Following the Prime Minister and the Nation’s call for a cashless society, PositiveShift launched ‘Let’s Go Cashless Village’ campaign on Sunday in a village called “Chitkul in Sangareddy District, Telangana.
Kick-starting the campaign in Chitkul Vijay ketan Mitra, Founder & CEO, PositiveShift International said “We want to cover at least 3 Villages to cover 3000 people over next 20 days.”
Explaining their strategy to accomplish the campaign goals PositiveShift CEO, Vijay said “We plan to leverage proven methodologies that we use for our training programs. For this campaign we have developed Role plays, Physical demonstrations and word of mouth sessions. We want to offer real experience to as many villagers possible by demonstrating real transactions through USSD and UPI methods.”
The purpose of our mission is to spread awareness on cashless mode of transactions by demonstrating debit and credit cards and swipe machines. This is part of PositiveShift CSR activity to spread awareness about cashless transaction will help the country’s economy in the long run. PositiveShift is a respected Training partner of Skill Development India, partner to NSDC.
We are ready to Partner with any other Organisation to do similar campaigns with our modules/ content.
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We are also targeting youngsters and elderly members of many villages in Sangareddy district to educate them about the “easy and convenient” process of cashless transactions and raise awareness about Cards (Debit, Credit, Rupay), eWallet services, USSD, UPI and other ways that Govt has implemented to help rural population to go cashless. “The ‘Cashless Village’ is a model venture that can be taken up as CSR activity by any Corporate, we are keen to work with eligible partner who can share our vision towards this transformation”.
PositiveShift (PS) (www.positiveshift.in) is a Learning Consulting organisation that specialises in Online Learning, Skill & Talent Development to bring dramatic, observable, permanent change in one’s thoughts and behaviors.