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Canara Bank educational loans

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Chairman of Canara Bank, Mr M.B.N. Rao, will be the chief guest at a special educational loan fair here on Friday. An official spokesman said that educational loans would be disbursed to over 500 students from various educational institutions on this occasion. Even prospective candidates seeking financial assistance may register their names at the venue.

In its capacity as official banker to the entrance examinations, Canara Bank offers provisional loan sanctions to all candidates appearing for counselling at all the three centres in the State, the spokesman added.

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