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Daijiworld News Network - Mangalore (VM)
Mangalore, Feb 14: Corporation Bank launched e-payment facility for remittance of Central Excise duty by assesses on Monday February 14. The function was organised at the head office.

Ministry of Finance, department of Revenue, Central Board of Excise and Customs, principal chief controller of accounts V N Kaila was the chief guest. The meeting was presided over by Corporation Bank chairman and managing director V K Chopra and was also participated by executive director K L Gopalakrishna and general manager T M Lakshmikanthan.

Kaila, who launched the e-payment facility highlighted the conveniences of the e-mode of payment and lauded the bank for its techno-savvy efforts and for being a customer-friendly organisation.

Corporation Bank is one of the very few banks offering this facility to the Central Excise assesses. The customers of authorised core branches can avail this facility by logging on to the website of the bank (, invoke online payment facility and fill up the challan and authorize the entry.

Chopra said that the bank will leave no stone unturned in its efforts in efficient conduct of government business and that the bank would strive to meet the expectation of the Central Board of Excise and Customs in this regard.


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