Sunday, August 26, 2012

Pincode


Pincode

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Pin Code adds wings to your mail and it completes your Address

Postal Index Number (PIN) or PIN Code is a 6 digit code of Post Office numbering used by India
Post. The PIN was introduced on August 15, 1972. There are 9 PIN regions in the country. The first
8 are geographical regions and the digit 9 is reserved for the Army Postal Service.
BulletThe first digit indicates one of the regions.
BulletThe first 2 digits together indicate the sub region or one of the postal circles.
BulletThe first 3 digits together indicate a sorting / revenue district.
BulletThe last 3 digits refer to the delivery Post Office.

The first digit of PIN indicates as below:
First DigitRegionStates Covered
1
NorthernDelhi, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir
2
NorthernUttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal
3
WesternRajasthan and Gujarat
4
WesternMaharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh
5
SouthernAndhra Pradesh and Karnataka
6
SouthernKerala and Tamil Nadu
7
EasternWest Bengal, Orissa and North Eastern
8
EasternBihar and Jharkand
9
APSArmy Postal Service

The first 2 digits of PIN indicates as below:
First 2 Digits of PIN Circle
11
Delhi
12 and 13
Haryana
14 to 16
Punjab
17
Himachal Pradesh
18 to 19
Jammu & Kashmir
20 to 28
Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal
30 to 34
Rajasthan
36 to 39
Gujarat
40 to 44
Maharashtra
45 to 49
Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh
50 to 53
Andhra Pradesh
56 to 59
Karnataka
60 to 64
Tamil Nadu
67 to 69
Kerala
70 to 74
West Bengal
75 to 77
Orissa
78
Assam
79
North Eastern
80 to 85
Bihar and Jharkand
90 to 99
Army Postal Service (APS)




 
 
















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