News Karnataka
Wednesday, April 24 2024
Trending On Web

Bill Gates’ inspiring encounter with digital banking in India

Bill Gates Meeting Indian Digital Banker
Photo Credit :

Bill Gates, one of the co-founders of Microsoft, embarked on a week-long trip to India in March. During his visit, he engaged in meetings with a diverse group of individuals, including politicians, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and social activists.

Following his journey, Gates has been disseminating personal stories, videos, and images related to his experiences in India through various online platforms, including his own websites.

Recently, he took to LinkedIn to share a photograph of an exceptional woman along with a description that reads, “During my trip to India, I had the privilege of meeting a true catalyst for change: Kusuma, an inspiring young woman making remarkable contributions in her local postal department.”

Gates extended his admiration to Kusuma K, who serves as the branch postmaster at the India Post Payments Bank in Bangalore.

Commending the advancements in digital banking within India, he remarked, “India has taken a lead in establishing a robust digital public infrastructure to promote comprehensive financial progress. This framework enables branch postmasters like Kusuma to utilize smartphones and biometric technology, providing banking services to people all across India.”

“Hearteningly, she isn’t just offering integrated financial services; she’s delivering hope and economic empowerment to her community.”

Additionally, Gates shared a link to a video in which Kusuma K, the branch postmaster, delves deeper into the impact of digital banking within her community. In the video, she expresses her pride in fulfilling this significant responsibility.

According to information from the Gates Foundation, the India Post Payments Bank caters to 70 million people and is continuously expanding its digital banking services, encompassing activities such as cash transactions, remittances, and utility payments. India has emerged as a pioneer in developing a digital public infrastructure, which facilitates both the public sector and businesses to provide a spectrum of secure, paperless, and cashless services accessible from any corner of the country. This initiative ensures that people can engage in digital banking without sacrificing their daily wages, thereby enhancing their long-term savings.

Share this:
MANY DROPS MAKE AN OCEAN
Support NewsKarnataka's quality independent journalism with a small contribution.

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
Nktv
Nktv Live

To get the latest news on WhatsApp