The Pincode system came into function on 15 august 1972 in India. Pincode stands for Postal Index Number code, also known as zip code or area postal code. This Pincode is introduced to simplify the manual sorting and eliminate confusion during the delivery of mails.
The Pincode contains six-digit, and each digit consists of a specific indication. The first digit of the Pincode indicates the zone. For example: if the first digit is 1 or 2, then it indicates the north zone, 3 and 4 indicates the west zone, 5 and 6 indicates the south, 7 and 8 indicate the east zone, and finally 9 indicates the army postal service and field post office of both state and union territories.
The second digit of the pin indicates the sub-zone, the third digit indicates the sorting district, and the final three digits indicate the sorted region's post office.
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The Badmal Pincode is 768202, which comes under the postal region of Sambalpur region. Sundargarh division is the postal division of this Pincode, where it indicates the Badmal post office. The office type is a BO where the delivery status is delivery. It is an updated list where the district of Badmal is Jharsuguda which comes under the state of Odisha.
The first digit, 7 represents the state of the region of Odisha. The second digit 6 denotes the Sambalpur region. The third-digit 8 indicates the district Jharsuguda and 202 denotes the particular post office name Badmal . You can easily find all the Pincodes and details about Pincode just by entering the area name or Pincode.
1. Which district does Badmal belong to?
2. Whether this Pincode search available only for Odisha?
No, you can find the Pincodes for all over India.
3. What region does Badmal belong to?
4. What is the postal division of Badmal?
5. Can I get the map location of Badmal?
Yes, you can get it by clicking here.