Taking a step forward to materialize the dream of cashless economy, Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC), in association with Yes Bank, has launched cashless payment system at its Citizen Facilitation Centres (CFC). The centres will be handled by Yes Bank and its program partner EasyPay. Yes Bank, which is the fifth largest private bank in India, will ensure that all the G2C services will be digitized. Services request and subsequent delivery process will also be digitized at the corporation. The bank has also announced its plan to roll out a common city payment card for the city. Further,
The project was launched in the presence of Ranjana Bhansi and Prathamesh Gite the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Nashik. Municipal Commissioner Abhishek Krishna was also present during the launch.
Yes Bank has deployed sufficient manpower and POS terminals at the CFC. As many as 45 services will deliver through these centres. These services will also be available online.
Municipal Commissioner, Abhishek Krishna expressed his happiness and commented that the move was the first step to make Nashik a true smart and digitized city.
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