With the launching of “Digital India Week” by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India today on 01st July 2015, Department of Posts, J&K Circle is also celebrating the week in Srinagar Jammu, Udhampur, Ladakh, Baramulla and Rajouri Postal Divisions. In Srinagar the celebration started in Srinagar GPO Complex and will last for the week during which the prowess of Department of Posts will be depicted in terms of leading mail carrier across the state, serving the public in channelizing the small scale investments through financial inclusion, insurance facilitator, potential channel for catering the demands of growing e commerce business and integrating whole India under one establishment ie. India Post.
In important Post Offices including Srinagar GPO and Anantnag Head Post Office the Department of Posts hosted Jana Chetna Diwas in which Live streaming/TV broadcast of inaugural function of launching of digital week was shown to the staff. During the upcoming days of the “Digital India Week” the Department of Posts, J&K Circle will be organizing PLI melas, visit of School going children to Computerized Post Offices, linking of existing Saving Bank accounts, Savings certificates and PLI Policies with Aadhar Numbers and Mobile Numbers for availing customers the facilities of digital locker, holding of meeting with potential customers to educate them regarding futuristic preparedness of e commerce and redressal of public grievances.
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