Awareness campaign on ‘Digital Transaction’ launched

 

Newspoint Bureau

Udhampur, January 7

 

The Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India has launched an intensive Public awareness Campaign in J&K State with its first programme at ITI, Udhampur.  The main aim and objective of the day long programme was to raise awareness among the masses, especially the youth, about various aspects and benefits of Digital Transactions post-demonetisation of high denomination currency notes. The programme was organized in close coordination with State Bank of India and Technical Education department.

Pawan Sharma from State Bank of India who acted as Resource person delivered a key note address on the subject and provided elaborate information and awareness about various means of carrying out Digital Transactions. Various applications related to the transactions through Mobile banking were also demonstrated and highlighted.

Manish Shiva Zole, Assistant Director from Directorate of Field Publicity, Government of India, New Delhi also interacted with audience and strongly advocated that mode of digital transactions is going to play a vital role in curbing tax evasion, black money, anti-social activities and proxy war against India.

Speaking on this occasion, Gurnam Singh, In-charge, Field Publicity Office, Udhampur highlighted the importance of digital transactions and stressed upon the audience to shoulder their responsibilities in spreading the awareness and information of Digital Transactions.

Ajay Kumar, Superintendent, ITI, Udhampur who presided over the function thanked the DFP for organising this special programme at ITI, Udhampur.  He also informed about the various aspects of Digital Transactions.

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