The gigantic reverse migration of laborers from cities to the villages, in the initial weeks of the lockdown imposed due to the COVID pandemic, once again highlighted the disproportionate concentration of economic opportunities in the country’s urban areas. Lakhs of migrant workers had to return to native towns and villages, with no source of income in view and the need to carve out a new life for themselves and their families.



The Hindu Business Line writes about BANKIT in their story on "BANKIT strengthening its agents-network aggressively". BANKIT's COO and Executive Director, Mr. Amit Nigam said the company brought within its fold 4,000-5,000 banking agents/ business correspondents every month, the last couple of months.
Please read the complete article here: https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/money-and-banking/bankit-strengthening-its-agents-network-aggressively/article32444424.ece#







BW Disrupt website featured BANKIT in a top five startups for developing banking framework at the grassroot level using technology through a chain of local kirana shops, retail stores and other merchants. 

Read more at : http://bwdisrupt.businessworld.in/article/The-Backbone-Of-The-Retailers-5-Startups-Transforming-The-Way-Kirana-Stores-Operate-With-The-Infusion-Of-Technology/11-07-2020-296243/ 






BANKIT's Executive Director & COO Mr. Amit Nigam spoke to the Economic Times on "Migrant Workers turn towards banking for employments". He said that "Under this banner, shop owners are not asked by local area authorities to shut shops as our services come under essential" Such inquiries "more than doubled in April"


BANKIT's Executive Director & COO Mr. Amit Nigam spoke to the Economic Times on "Migrant Workers turn towards banking for employments". He said that "Under this banner, shop owners are not asked by local area authorities to shut shops as our services come under essential" Such inquiries "more than doubled in April"









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