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A Pin Code /Postal Index Number is a code /cryptogram in the post office numbers or post code system, which is assigned to each area in the country. It is primarily used by India Post, the code involves 6 numbers and it is used in Indian Postal Administration and in India pin code is also known as a zip code or postal code.
In India Pin Code system was started in the year 1972 on 15th of August by Mr Shriram .B. Velankar. The main motto of the system was to make physical arrangement and delivery of mail/posts simple, and to lessen the confusion of wrong addresses, diverse languages used by the community, identical names of the places.
The 3 numbers of the PIN shows a particular geographical area called as a sorting district that is located at the chief post office of the largest city and it I known as the Sorting Office. A region/state may contain 1 or more sorting districts based on the volume of mails/posts handled.
2 digits at the last shows the delivery point in the sorting district starting from 01 it can be HO/GPO. The amount of the delivery office is administered sequentially with big numbers assigned to newer delivery points/offices. If the amount of mails/posts administered at a delivery point is large a new delivery point is set up and the nest obtainable PIN is assigned. 2 delivery offices located one beside the other will only have 1st 4 numbers in common.
Essentially each and every PIN code is followed to one delivery post office that gets all mails that has to be distributed to 1 or more offices in its area sharing similar code. The delivery point can be a GPO General Post Office/ HO Head Office/ SO Sub Office that are chiefly located in urban areas. The posts/mails collected from the delivery offices for a separate PIN or to one of the main sub offices or divisional offices to get the same PIN. Branch Office BO are located in rural areas and have less postal services.
In India there are 9 PIN territories containing of 1 functional (for Army) and 8 for regional zones. 6 number Pincode shows unusual things like 1st number shows the region/territory, 2nd the sub-region, 3rd the arrangement district within the region and the last 3 numbers are assigned to individual post offices.
Indian Union Territories and States are enclosed in 9 PIN zones.
The 9 PIN zones are as below
1. Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Nagar Haveli, Himachal Pradesh.
2. Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh
3. Dadra, Gujarat. Rajasthan, Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu
4. Goa, Chattisgarh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh
5. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana
6. Pondicherry, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Lakshadweep
7. Odisha, West Bengal, Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya.
8. Bihar, Jharkhand
9. FPO (Field Post Office) and APO (Army Post Office)
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