The country’s largest private bank HDFC has launched a new service. Through this, the benefit of banking services will be extended to rural entrepreneurs.
HDFC Bank launched new service
The country’s largest private bank HDFC Bank (HDFC Bank) has given special gifts to customers. The bank has launched chatbot ‘Ava’ to expand its reach to every village and town in the country and to provide financial help to rural entrepreneurs. This service has been introduced by HDFC Bank and Common Services Centers (CSC) on its digital service portal. This partnership will help in providing financial services to 1.5 lakh rural level entrepreneurs.
Through Ava, rural level entrepreneurs will learn about HDFC Bank’s products and services. This service will be available 24 hours. Through this program, entrepreneurs will be able to improve their business by learning about account opening, loan lead creation and product details. At present 1,27,348 village level entrepreneurs are availing HDFC Bank related services, out of which 15,791 are business correspondents who serve customers from banking outlets in 685 districts in India.
Business correspondent will help
Through the ava program, business correspondents will help rural citizens in taking home loans, car loans, two-wheeler loans, tractor loans, etc. Apart from this, if a person wants to open a current account, savings account or cumulative and fixed deposit account, then help will also be given in that.
Trying to connect more people with banking services
The objective of starting this new service on behalf of HDFC Bank is to connect more and more people to banking services. In this regard, Smita Bhagat, Group Head, Government and Institutional Business (GIB) and Startups of HDFC Bank, said, “This campaign will help to reduce the gap between rural and urban India. Internet penetration is less in rural areas. In such a situation, we will help entrepreneurs at the village level to learn about banking services and help others to grow their business.
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