KATHMANDU: Kumari Bank has provided educational materials to Shree Bhairav Navdeep Higher Secondary School in Palpa.
The bank provided some computers and laptops to the school so that learning could continue through online medium even in the adverse situation created by the coronavirus outbreak.
During a brief ceremony at the bank’s head office in Tangal, the bank’s Chief Operating Officer Ram Chandra Khanal handed over the educational materials to the school’s representative Honorary Lieutenant General Yadav Bahadur Rayamajhi.
The purpose of the assistance is to support the capacity building and development of the children without any hindrance in the daily educational activities, the bank said in a statement.
The bank has been serving its customers through its 203-branch network, 138 ATMs, 13 extension counters and 21 branchless banking units across the country.
The bank has committed to providing more service-oriented and effective services in various sectors under its corporate social responsibility in the coming days.