Addressing a function on the occasion, Haque said the international parcel tracking service is to meet the cross-border requirements of e-commerce sector. "This service has many special features like affordable price, track and trace, volume discounts, pickup facility and compensation for loss or damages," he said.
Haque launched the eIPO in the denomination of Rs10, 20, 50 and 100. People can avail it from India Post website www.indiapost.gov.in as per their convenience. The payment will be made through debit card, credit card or internet banking.
"The purpose of World Post Day is to create awareness about the role of the postal sector in everyday life of people and businesses and its contribution to the country's social and economic development. Even with the advent of technologies, our post offices still serve larger population of the world," said Haque.
Postmaster general (Bihar circle) Anil Kumar said, "The weeklong celebrations will highlight the various value-added services launched by the postal department in the recent past, including several customer-centric products. Banking day (Oct 10) will be the theme of the first day of the programme whereas insurance day, stamp collection day, business development day, mail day and customer grievance redressal day will be organized accordingly."
Kumar further said, "Three crore people in Bihar are associated with our banking service."
Source : https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/
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