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NDB’s Pancha Mama visits Katana Pre-school


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Every parent aspires to give their children the best in life – be it their education, values and morals or a plan for their future, to ensure their children are geared to succeed in life. The National Development Bank PLC thus introduced its minor savings account along with ‘Pancha Mama’ to instil the joy of saving in young children.

With this in mind, NDB’s Pancha Mama visited the Little Bird Pre-School where a special program which combined education with entertainment was conducted. ‘Pancha Mama’ – a famous character from the children’s show ‘Tikiri Peya’ spent the day with the children, teaching them the joys of saving with fun games and activities.

The event was a massive success in terms of spreading the need to save and the Principal and the parents requested ‘Pancha Mama’ to return to the school annually.

NDB offers various savings accounts to specifically suit a parent’s need and to instil a habit of saving in their children. NDB continuously strives to instil the joy of saving in the young generation. NDB minor Savings Accounts are specifically designed to cater to each parent’s unique needs while making savings more rewarding and exciting for the children at the same time.

The salient feature of the NDB Children’s Savings is the fun of receiving valuable gifts for the children whilst the account balance grows with a comprehensive savings plan. It is carefully designed in a way that the savings will prosper and reward the children and will also be entitled to substantial benefits for important milestones they achieve along the way.

Meanwhile, the bank has specifically designed ‘NDB Shilpa’ as a versatile solution to help build the dreams of the aspiring younger generation of the country. Shilpa is not merely a children’s savings account, but a comprehensive financial proposition that provides for a child’s education throughout his/her childhood while instilling the good habit of saving in them. 

NDB remains dedicated to bringing its customers one step closer to accomplishing their lifelong ambitions and uplifting their standards of living through the range of services that is accessible through its growing branch network. Further details on NDB’s many products can be obtained from its 24 hour Call Centre, by calling 011 2448888 or by visiting NDB Bank’s website on www.ndbbank.com.


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