Awareness in Rural areas about Cashless economy

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HUBALLI based Boredbees Tech Solutions India Pvt Ltd have taken an unique initiative further to recent announcements made by our honorable Prime Minister . This initiative will be divided under 2 phases. Under phase 1 they will be adopting 10 villages in north Karnataka to educate and provide awareness about basic online banking, Mobile wallets (advantages and how to use e cash) , sms banking and encourage them to use these facilities and technologies .

aab-thumb-featuredFurther to banning or Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes people are forced to stand in long queues spending large time even for small transactions. This awareness drive will take rural people in this region to reach a faster and easy lifestyle. Demo on internet banking and mobile banking will be given to individuals.

IT awareness month is a tradition at Boredbees Tech Solutions where we update general public about latest IT Trends said Mr Anand G Naik Managing Director Boredbees Tech Solutions.

They have requested retired bank employees and commerce students to volunteer to this initiative and have received great response for the same. Volunteers will visit each village and reach people there with the help of local residents and officials. Around 50 volunteers and Boredbees staffs will actively take roll in this initiative.

Video and audio tutorials will be used to interact with the residence. All the interactions will be in local languages. This initiative will support various government champions like Digital India, Make in India etc.

First phase will start from 22nd November 2016 and cover 10 villages around Hubli , Dharwad and Gadag . Second phase will start from 1st December and will have a 100 villages across north Karnataka and detail report and analytics will be documented .

Villages that will be covered in Belagavi – Yaradal, Aneguddi, Bennur, Godachi, Hosakeri, Kittur, Bailhongal(Rural), Belawadi, Channapur, Devalapur, Jamalur, Kallur, M.K.Hubli, Sangolli, Tegur.

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