Bhubaneshwar| HDFC Bank Limited will organise Digital Literacy camps in 100 different colleges in Odisha as part of its initiative to educate more than 15,000 college students on the benefits of going cashless by conducting transactions through digital mode.
During the drive, HDFC Bank officials will demonstrate through a presentation, the various transactions that can be easily, quickly, and safely conducted through NetBanking, Mobile Banking, USSD, PoS, and apps such as HDFC Bank's Mobile app, UPI, and PayZapp, said Debashis Senapati, Zonal Head - Odisha, HDFC Bank in a statement today.
The awareness programme will also cover best practices, tips, and tricks to be followed while conducting transactions through the digital channels, it said.
In Odisha, HDFC Bank has a Payment Gateway partnership with over 25 government and educational institutions, where residents can pay taxes, fees, utility bills and donations, among other things using any debit and credit card.
HDFC Bank is happy to reach out to college students in Odisha. College students are quick learners. If educated on how to transact using digital channels, they can adapt quickly and also teach several others, thus helping people of Odisha #GoDigital, said Senapati, the statement said.
HDFC Bank has a suite of products to help customers #GoDigital. Customers can use PayZapp, Mobile Banking app, NetBanking, Missed Call Mobile Recharge, and Phone Banking, among others.
This is in addition to the Bank's 'Missed Call Mobile Recharge' offering, which allows customers and their family to recharge mobile by giving just a missed call.
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