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the akola district central cooperative bank raundala branch branch details


THE AKOLA DISTRICT CENTRAL COOPERATIVE BANK has a network of 113 branch(es) in India. Currently there are 113 branch(es) in MAHARASHTRA state. The details of RAUNDALA BRANCH in CHAUHATTA of AKOLA district in MAHARASHTRA state are shown below. There are 3 branch(es) in CHAUHATTA. You can contact the bank via its contact us page given in official website link given below. The bank has provided telephone number STD Code:724, 2415105 to contact the branch.

Bank THE AKOLA DISTRICT CENTRAL COOPERATIVE BANK
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Branch RAUNDALA BRANCH
Address THE AKOLA DIST. CENTRAL COOP. BANK LTD., BRANCH RAUNDALA, AT PO. DEVRI PHATA PARISAR, NEAR SWAMI VIVEKANAND CONVENT. TQ. AKOT DIST. AKOLA., 444101
City CHAUHATTA
District AKOLA
State MAHARASHTRA
Contact Numbers STD Code:724, 2415105

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Akola () is a municipal corporation and the third largest city in Vidarbha after Nagpur and Amravati and tenth largest city in Maharashtra. is located about 580 kilometres (360 mi) east of the state capital, Mumbai, and 250 kilometres (160 mi) west of the second capital, Nagpur. Akola is the administrative headquarters of the Akola district located in the Amravati division, and is governed by the Akola Municipal Corporation. Akola is located north-central of Maharashtra state, western India, on the banks of the Morna River. Although it is not considered a common tourist destination, Akola is an important city due to its history, culture, politics, and agriculture. It also has a prominent road and rail junction in the Tapti River valley that functions as a commercial trading center. Akola is an important educational center with several colleges affiliated with the Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University. The city is developing into a market center. The primary language spoken by the people of Akola is Marathi.


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https://www.akoladccbank.com


THE AKOLA DISTRICT CENTRAL COOPERATIVE BANK has following 68 branches in AKOLA district of MAHARASHTRA state.

Branch NameClick to View
RTGS-HO ADCC0000001
MARKET YARD BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000002
KAPAD BAZAR BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000003
SHRI RAJESHWAR BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000004
ZP BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000005
CIVIL LINES BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000006
MAHILA BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000007
SAH.MAH.DR.ANNASAHEB KORPE NGR BR-AKOLA ADCC0000008
DR.PDKV BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000009
DABKI ROAD BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000010
TUKARAM SQUARE BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000011
BORGAON MANJU BRANCH ADCC0000012
PALSO BADHE BRANCH ADCC0000013
MHAISANG BRANCH ADCC0000014
KANSHIVANI BRANCH ADCC0000015
GANDHIGRAM BRANCH ADCC0000016
CHIKHALGAON BRANCH ADCC0000017
DAHIHANDA BRANCH ADCC0000018
PATUR NANDAPUR BRANCH ADCC0000019
KURANKHED BRANCH ADCC0000020
GOREGAON KHURD BRANCH ADCC0000021
UMRI BRANCH ADCC0000022
KHADAKI-CHANDUR BRANCH ADCC0000023
RANPISE NAGAR BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000024
AAGAR BRANCH ADCC0000025
RATANLAL PLOTS BRANCH - AKOLA ADCC0000026
BARSHITAKLI BRANCH ADCC0000028
PINJAR BRANCH ADCC0000029
MAHAN BRANCH ADCC0000030
KANHERI SARAP BRANCH ADCC0000031
DHABA BRANCH ADCC0000032
AKOT MAIN BRANCH ADCC0000033
AKOT CITY BRANCH ADCC0000034
AKOT NARSING MANDIR BRANCH ADCC0000035
SAVARA BRANCH ADCC0000036
RAUNDALA BRANCH ADCC0000037
CHOHOTTA BAZAR BRANCH ADCC0000038
WARUL JAULKA BRANCH ADCC0000039
AKOLKHED BRANCH ADCC0000040
KUTASA BRANCH ADCC0000041
MUNDGAON BRANCH ADCC0000042
TELHARA MAIN BRANCH ADCC0000043
TELHARA CITY BRANCH ADCC0000044
HIWARKHED BRANCH ADCC0000045
DANAPUR BRANCH ADCC0000046
PATHARDI BRANCH ADCC0000047
BELKHED BRANCH ADCC0000048
AADSUL BRANCH ADCC0000049
ADGAON BUJRUK BRANCH ADCC0000050
BALAPUR BRANCH ADCC0000051
URAL BRANCH ADCC0000052
WADEGAON BRANCH ADCC0000053
NIMBA BRANCH ADCC0000054
PARAS BRANCH ADCC0000055
HATRUN BRANCH ADCC0000056
VYALA BRANCH ADCC0000057
PATUR BRANCH ADCC0000058
CHANNI BRANCH ADCC0000059
AALEGAON BRANCH ADCC0000060
VIWARA BABHULGAON BRANCH ADCC0000061
SASTI BRANCH ADCC0000062
MURTIJAPUR MAIN BRANCH ADCC0000064
MURTIJAPUR MARKET YARD BRANCH ADCC0000065
MURTIJAPUR CITY BRANCH ADCC0000066
MANA BRANCH ADCC0000067
KURUM BRANCH ADCC0000068
BORDI EXTENSION COUNTER ADCC0000110
HIWARKHED EXTENSION COUNTER ADCC0000114

There are additional 38 banks which have branches in AKOLA district of MAHARASHTRA state as detailed below:

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AKOLA JANATA COMMERCIAL COOPERATIVE BANKAKOLA
ALLAHABAD BANKAKOLA
ANDHRA BANKAKOLA
AU SMALL FINANCE BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
AXIS BANKAKOLA
BANK OF BARODAAKOLA
BANK OF INDIAAKOLA
BANK OF MAHARASHTRAAKOLA
CANARA BANKAKOLA
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIAAKOLA
CORPORATION BANKAKOLA
DCB BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
DENA BANKAKOLA
EQUITAS SMALL FINANCE BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
ESAF SMALL FINANCE BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
HDFC BANKAKOLA
ICICI BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
IDBI BANKAKOLA
INDIAN BANKAKOLA
INDUSIND BANKAKOLA
JANA SMALL FINANCE BANK LTDAKOLA
KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
MAHARASHTRA STATE COOPERATIVE BANKAKOLA
ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCEAKOLA
PUNJAB NATIONAL BANKAKOLA
SARASWAT COOPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDAKOLA
STATE BANK OF INDIAAKOLA
SYNDICATE BANKAKOLA
The Akola Urban Cooperative Bank LimitedAKOLA
The Malkapur Urban Co Operative Bank Ltd MalkapurAKOLA
The Pusad Urban Cooperative Bank Ltd PusadAKOLA
THE SHAMRAO VITHAL COOPERATIVE BANKAKOLA
TJSB SAHAKARI BANK LTDAKOLA
UCO BANKAKOLA
UNION BANK OF INDIAAKOLA
UTKARSH SMALL FINANCE BANKAKOLA
VIJAYA BANKAKOLA
YES BANKAKOLA