Amãna Bank initiates Grade 5 scholarship reward programme

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Amãna Bank has taken the initiative to encourage and reward the academic achievements of its children’s savings account holders who are sitting the forthcoming Grade Five scholarship examinations.
Account holders who score above the cut-off mark will be rewarded with Rs.5,000 while an additional Rs.10,000 would be rewarded to the account holders who secure the highest rank from a particular district and Rs.25,000 if they are among the top three ranked students in the island. Customers holding a children’s savings account prior to sitting the examination will be eligible for this reward scheme.
In addition to this scheme, the bank conducted scholarship seminars for Grade Five students throughout multiple locations. These seminars were facilitated by renowned educators to help school children excel in the upcoming scholarship examination. 
Commenting on this initiative, Amãna Bank’s VP Retail Banking and Marketing Siddeeque Akbar said, “We strongly believe that encouraging and rewarding academic performance is important aspect in motivating the children to reach 
great heights.”

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