Now it’s time for deaf and dumb students to go cashless
Vadodara, Jan 19 (ANI): One of the schools in Vadodara is teaching their deaf and dumb students to go cashless. During a seminar, they took a special class for these children and taught them about the cashless system. According to the orgainsers, these students are the future of our country and so they should know about the new banking systems. Even children enjoyed the session and promised that they will use the cashless system as it is not only beneficial for them but for the country. Asst. General Manager of Bank of Baroda SS Shekhawat said that the students have shown interest in the event. He added that they will organise such programmes on a large scale so that more and more people can be helped. On 8 November, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation exercise India has ever seen by abruptly withdrawing Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes from public use in a bid to clamp down on black money, fake currency menace, terror funding and corruption.