JAMMU,OCT 10:He also handed over PMSBY claim amounting to Rs 2 lakh to the nominee, Sugandhi during the event. Financial literacy center, J&K Grameen Bank on Tuesday organized “Going Digital-Financial Literacy” camp at its branch office, Bahu Fort Jammu.As per the release, the camp was intended to spread the knowledge regarding various financial products and the recent technological innovations in banking sector. JKGB regional manager Jammu, RK Narang was the chief guest on the occasion and spoke at length about the ongoing JKGB festival bonanza-2018 with a special offer of rebate in rate of interest and no processing charges on car, consumer durable goods and two wheeler loans. He also handed over PMSBY claim amounting to Rs 2 lakh to the nominee, Sugandhi during the event.Bahu Fort branch head Mukesh Sagotra in his address said that the latest developments in PMJDY like the overdraft amount raised to Rs 10000 and the age limit to open a PMJDY account is also increased to 65 years and there will be no condition for overdraft up to Rs 2000 plus the accidental insurance cover for new Rupay card holders has been raised from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakh for the new PMJDY accounts opened after August 28 this year. JKGB financial literacy centre incharge Vipan Gupta informed the masses about the benefits of social security schemes namely Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY), Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) and Atal Pension Yojana (APY).Atul Sharma, manager-IT and Shilpa Gupta, associate executive-IT enlightened the participants about new technologies available in the bank such as multiple uses of bank cheques, use of POS Machine, RuPay Debit card, KCC RuPay Debit Card, Net Banking, Mobile Banking Services, Adhaar based transactions etc.At the end, Mukesh Sagotra, branch head, Bahu Fort presented the vote of thanks.