To find physical address, location, contact/phone number, routing number, SWIFT code, service hours of a branch of Bangladesh Krishi Bank nearby you in Mymensingh; Chechua Bazar Branch would be your best choice which is located at Chechua, Muktagachha, Mymensingh is close to your location.
|Bangladesh Krishi Bank|
|Chechua Bazar Branch|
|Chechua, Muktagachha, Mymensingh|
|Sunday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm|
Monday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
|Sunday – Thursday (Except Holidays)|
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About Bangladesh Krishi Bank
Bangladesh Krishi Bank is a fully government-owned bank in Bangladesh founded in 1973. The primary purpose of the bank is to provide services to farmers and the agricultural industry.
Providing loan facilities for achieving self-sufficiency in food production and strengthening the rural economy.
Besides reaching banking facilities to the people’s doorsteps, giving agricultural, SME, and agro-based industrial loans for achieving self-sufficiency in food production and elimination of poverty.
- Allocation of loans in the crop, fisheries, livestock’s, agricultural tools, crops stocking and marketing, poverty elimination, agro-based industries and CC and SME sector.
- Offering of various deposit schemes including Current, Savings, SND and term deposits.
- Selling of various government’s ‘Sanchayapatra’ and purchase and sale of prize bonds.
- Delivering remittances received from expatriates working abroad to their Dear ones rapidly.
- Distribution of allowances to freedom fighters, the old, the widow, the distressed divorcees, the poor disabled; disbursement of scholarship money under the government’s social security program, and pension payment for the retired members of the armed forces.
- Payment of government bills for collecting paddy, rice, and other food; collecting taxes for land development and other utility services.