J&K Bank Chairman and CEO, Parvez Ahmed, along with his management team celebrated 72nd Independence Day at Jammu with the inmate children at Balgran – A Charitable Home for Destitute Children. On the occasion the chairman announced that J&K Bank will support professional education of the underprivileged students of J&K.
President Bari Brahmana Industrial Association, Lalit Mahajan, was also present on the occasion along with President Balgran Charitable Trust, AK Khajuria, Patrons of Balgran A K Arora, Dr K L Gupta, Ms Santosh Magotra, administrative team of Balgran, prominent citizens and members of the Rotary Club.
On the occasion, the flag hoisting by the Chairman was followed by the mesmerizing cultural performances of the children which enthralled the audience, a bank spokesperson said.
"I am very happy to learn about the academic achievements of the children of Balgran. It is the collective effort of the passionate teachers, administration and dedicated children who recognise and appreciate the value of having been given access to quality education. It is a proud moment for us as a bank to have been a part of this great journey and we remain committed to playing an active role towards the education of underprivileged children in our state," said J&K Bank Chairman and CEO, Parvez Ahmed while speaking on the occasion.
Addressing the audience, Chairman further said, “The idea of celebrating 72nd Independence Day here at Balgran accompanied by the management team is a token of acknowledgment that if we have to prosper as an institution, we cannot do so in isolation. We utilise the resources of the society to earn and it is an obligation on our part to support the aspirational journey of youth especially the underprivileged children who are future citizens.