History of pandiyan grama bank?
The Pandiyan Grama Bank in Tamil Nadu, India, is a schedule public sector bank. It was founded at Sattur on March 9, 1977. It was shifted to Virudunagar in 1993. It helps to finance the agricultural and non agricultural sectors of rural India.
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pandyan grama bank recruitment . Pandyan grama bank is a regional rural bank. it has many plan to develop their bank in this upcoming year.... so on the basis of that they …are going to recruit around 50 candidates in the posting of officer grade and clerk posts shortly..... It stays in 7 place out of 172RRBs.
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Already out and interview over; people are waiting for appointment order; by this week end i.e., by 7th July 2008
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Pandyan Grama Bank prides itself on being one of the best regionalrural banks in all of India. To finance farm and nonfarm sectorsand other employment generation programs, is …the motto.
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Citibank was founded in the year 1812 as "City Bank of New York" and was owned and managed by "Moses Taylor" one of the giants of the business world in the 19 th century. In …1863 the bank joined the US's new national banking system and became "National City Bank of New York". By 1868 it was considered one of the largest banks in USA. Following its merger with First National Bank in 1955, the bank changed its name to The First National City Bank of New York and then shortened it to First National City Bank in 1962. In 1976 the bank was renamed to Citibank, N.A, the name with which it is referred to even today. Currently Citibank is the third largest bank in USA with more than 1400 branches across USA.
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Cheran Pandiyan was created in 1991.