Punjab National Bank, India’s largest Public Sector Bank, celebrated the International Women’s Day. Senior representatives of PNB Prerna, an association of wives of the senior officials and senior lady officials of the Bank, felicitated women achievers from different walks of life. Dr Jayanti Mehta, President, PNB Prerna, along with other senior members of the association, including Vice-Presidents L Vijitha, Meera Devi, and Madhu Nagpal, encouraged a packed house of female employees at the Bank’s head office in Dwarka to take inspiration from these successful women and carve their own niche. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSpeaking at the event, Dr Jayanti Mehta, President, PNB Prerna, said, “Women’s Day is a reminder of women’s contribution in the world, and I feel proud to be sharing this day with such inspiring women. I feel we must encourage the women who have broken the proverbial glass ceiling in all spheres taken the baton forward. Be it sports, leadership or artists, Indian women have made the country proud. And, female employees at PNB should take inspiration from them, and create their own paths of success.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveWomen coming from different fields including Ipsita Behera, Artist and lawyer; Vankadarath Saritha, India’s First Female DTC Bus Driver; Dr Jyoti Nanda, Counselor; Deepa Goyal, Educationalist; Lakshmi Sharan Singh, Child Rights Activist; Sulochana Mehar, Educationalist; and Entrepreneurs like Rajinikant Verma, Shashi, and Sapna Sharma were felicitated at the event, which had an attendance of over 250 people. PNB Prerna is a nine-year-old arm of the PNB, which aims to strengthen the ties of the Bank with the society and works toward fulfilling the bank’s corporate social responsibility. This association PNB Women Welfare Association (PNBWWA) was formally formed in 2010 with the motive to carry out the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitments of Punjab National Bank.