IIT-H gets a new pin code following inauguration of sub-post office – Times of India

By | July 8, 2021


Hyderabad: The Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (IIT-H) got a new pin code – 502284 – after the Indian postal department inaugurated a sub-post office within IIT-H premises on Thursday.

On behalf of the postal department, Telangana circle – Sangareddy division with its two head post offices, 43 sub-post offices, and 253 branch post offices serving the whole Sangareddy district (27 mandals, 647 villages) and part of Medak district (Narsapur, Kowdipally, Alladurg, Regode, Shankarmapet-A mandals).

Now, a new post office at the staff towers-1, IIT-H will cater to the faculty, staff, and students of IIT-H. It will provide delivery mails which are received from various places of India as well as other countries. It will cater to all basic postal, banking, and insurance requirements of the residents.

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Besides these, it will also provide unique facilities such as Aadhar enabled payments system (AEPS is a payment service that allows a bank customer to use Aadhaar as his/her identity to access his/her Aadhaar enabled bank account and perform basic banking transactions like balance inquiry, cash withdrawal, remittances through a Business Correspondent) through IPPB micro-ATM.

The sub-post office was inaugurated by Prof BS Murty, director, IIT-H and S Rajendra Kumar, CPMG, Telangana circle, in the presence of Dr. PVS Reddy, PMG, Hyderabad headquarters region, and commodore Manohar Nambiar (retd.), registrar, IIT-H.





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