BK Sinha, a banker to the core, who is leading retired life happily in Ranchi, capital city of Jharkhand

Call him a super banker. BK Sinha,who retired as the Chief Manager of Bank of India, has travelled a long way as a banker, according to a study by JharkhandStateNews.com.

A B.Sc(Agriculture)from Ranchi Agricultural College,Ranchi,Sinha started his professional journey as a banker when he joined  Chatra Branch of the Bank of India way back in 1982.

A rather self-effacing modest person, he remained closely aligned and focussed on fulfilling various objectives of the bank intending to make the banking more widespread among the common masses and also develop literacy and awareness among them.

He held various important positions within the bank in his long professional journey. To name a few, he was Lead District Manager at Maoist infested Lohardaga and Giridih,OSD in Finance Department,Government of Jharkhand,Resource Person, Security Exchange Board of India,Ranchi,Co-ordinator -RBI,NABARD,HUDCO,SEBI and as the Branch Manager of BoI in another Maoist infested Khunti.

BK Sinha also had rather rare privilege of attending International Training on Rural Development nominated by Central Government through State government.As Chief Manager he was on State Level Bankers Committee.

Sinha , a banker to the core, in the process of his professional journey,received a series of awards and commendation certificates from various quarters recognising his contribution in this field.

For instance,he received second prize for number of CD Accounts opened,commendation letter from the bank for excellent performance in selling SVD Life Policies,commendation letter from the District Administration for contribution in Mega Loan Camp as a part of the Prime Minister's Scheme.He was also commended for being declared the best branch manager of Bank of India  in Jharkhand  and being the third on all India basis for a
particular year 2002.

To-day BK Sinha leads a happy retired life reflecting back on his banking career with satisfaction towards which he did his own bit with utmost sincerity.


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