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Century Textiles organises workshop on cashless payments
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Dec '16
Courtesy: Century Textiles
Courtesy: Century Textiles
In continuation of its initiative in 2011 at their Bharuch plant, Century Textiles & Industries Ltd has organised a workshop to empower workers at its Jhagadia unit to make cashless transactions. The ‘Digital India Workshop – Cashless Transaction’ is being organised from December 13-17 in collaboration with State Bank of India and HDFC Bank.
 
“This workshop is to empower workers to make cashless transactions using electronic devices and channels. It is a first of its kind organised in the Indian textile industry,” a statement said.
 
In 2011, Century Textiles had taken an initiative under which it got bank accounts opened for its workers and since then their wages are being deposited in their individual account.
 
“To take this initiative step ahead, we will train and educate each and every workman and staff for cashless transactions with the help of our bankers. Within six months, all the 1,500 workmen and 230 staff will be tech savvy and will do cashless transactions,” Century Textiles president RK Dalmia said. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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