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Changed the way of working in banks, now these 4 facilities will be available, know everything here

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Facilities have been limited to protect the employees of banks located in the Corona zone from infection. With this, the working hours of banks have been reduced to 4 hours in many states.

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If you have any work in the bank, then first know what facilities you will get in the banks. Due to increasing cases of COVID-19 infection in the country, the way of functioning in banks has changed. Facilities have been limited to protect the employees of banks located in the Corona zone from infection. With this, the working hours of banks in many states have been reduced to 4 hours. Banks will open in Uttar Pradesh from 10 am to 2 pm from today till 15 May. Banks will be closed at 4 pm.

SLBS (UP), an institution of banks, has directed to reduce working hours and cut staff in its circular. It has been clearly stated in the circular that if any other orders are issued by the central, state government or district administration in view of the situation, then they will be considered at the top.

These facilities will be available in banks

Due to change in functioning in banks, now customers will get less and less services. Customers will get cash deposit, cash withdrawal, check clearing, government transactions only in banks.

Only 50 percent of the staff will be called in the bank at a time, while the rest of the people will work from home.

All the work related to ATM, Security, Data Operation, Cyber ​​Security, Currency Chest, Clearing House, Bank Treasury will continue as usual in the bank.

Explain that in the first phase of lockdown last year, SBI banned services like account opening, cash withdrawal, passbook printing and currency exchange.

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