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FROM THE CHAIR-Devidayal Electronics and Wires Limited

the year under review. One or more centres are proposed to be added in 1973, according to the emerging needs. In conformity with the decision of the Official Languages Implementation Committee of the Department of Banking, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, the Bank has initiated steps for ensuring progressive use of Hindi in its day-to-day business in Hindi speaking areas. The standard forms and stationery like the account opening forms, rules relating to various types of accounts, pass books, cheque books, pay-in-slips, loan application forms, security documents and other publicity literature, are printed in Hindi for use of the Bank's customers and the public at the branches located in Hindi speaking areas. A Hindi Cell is being established in the Bank for promoting use of Hindi in the office circulars, administrative orders and FROM THE CHAIR reports, press reports etc. issued by the Bank. It is also proposed to organise in-service training programmes for teaching Hindi to the Bank's employees. During the year under review, the Bank was deprived of the services of two members of its first Board of Directors. Shri H. M. Trivedi resigned in April 1972, upon his election as a Member of the Council of States (Rajya Sabha) in Parliament. In August 1972, Shri P. K. Kaul, Joint Secretary, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, also ceased to be a member of the first Board and in his place Shri M. Dandapani, Director, Department of Banking, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, joined the Board with effect from 1st September, 1972. The Board recorded its sincere appreciation of the very valuable services rendered by Shri H. M. Trivedi and Shri P. K. Kaul as mem bers of the Bank's first Board of Directors during the first formative post- nationalisation years.

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