ITPL PINCODE | WHITEFIELD , KARNATAKA – POST OFFICE details
|Contact Address:||WHITEFIELD (Sub Office), Bangalore, KARNATAKA, INDIA (IN), PIN CODE- 560066|
|Post Office Name:||WHITEFIELD|
|Post Office type:||Sub Office|
|Related Sub-Office (S.O.):||NA|
|Related Head Office (H.O.):||H.A.L II Stage H.O|
|Postal Taluk:||Bangalore South|
|Postal Division:||Bangalore East|
|Postal Region:||Bangalore HQ|
India has a total of 29 states, with more than 720 districts spread across the country, comprising of more than 6 lakh Villages, 8200 cities and towns, making Indian Postal services one of the world’s biggest and prominent mailing service, with a huge widespread network of 1,56,000+ Post Offices across the Nation.
These Post offices has been allotted a unique PIN code to ensure convenience and smooth functioning of the network.
The word PIN in PIN code stands for Postal Index Number. It is also known as area postal code or zip code and is six digits long. The aim of the system was to make manual sorting and delivery of letters easy by avoiding confusion over an incorrect address and similar names of areas.
The first digit of the PIN code indicates the region, the second digit dictates the Sub-region, and the third combined with the first two indicates the sorting district within that zone. The fourth digit of the PIN code represents the route on which the delivery office is located in the district. The last two digit indicates the post offices.