ICICI Bank Ltd, India's largest private sector bank, organised 20 Coin Exchange Melas at its various branches in Kolkata in June 2014. The melas took place in line with the guidelines of the Reserve Bank of India.
These melas took place at its branches at Salt Lake Sector- 2, Nager Bazar, Bhawanipur, Alipore, Hazra, New Alipore, Kalyani, Nabadwip, Bolpur, Tarakeswar, Purulia, Ballygunge, Brabourne Road, Kasba, Kalikapur, Santoshpur, Southern Avenue, Moulali, Howrah and Chandannagar.
The Bank periodically organises Coin Exchange Melas to offer a free facility for exchanging acceptable soiled and mutilated currency notes with coins to the general public. Anyone, including those who are not customers of the Bank, can avail of this facility.
These events saw participation of more than 500 customers, where the branches exchanged coins worth nearly Rs. 7 lacs in the denomination of Rs.10, Rs.5, Rs.2 and Re.1.
ICICI Bank has over 3,753 branches and extension counters and 11,315 ATMs spread across the country (at March 31, 2014). It has over 150 branches in Kolkata, along with two, available round the clock, Touch Banking branches in Kolkata.
The Bank services its large customer base through a multi-channel delivery network of branches, ATMs, call center, internet banking and Facebook banking.