Kota is a south-eastern city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It lies on the banks of River Chambal. It is the 3rd most populous city in Rajasthan and also the administrative headquarters of Kota district divided into 60 wards. This city is also known as the Education City of India as it is a major coaching hub for competitive examination preparations offered by plentiful engineering and medical coaching institutes located in the city. The city also hosts mainstream educational institutions and universities. The Rajasthan Technical University, University of Kota, Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University, Indian Institute of Information Technology Kota and University Engineering College further justify its name as the Education City of India. Kota is often referred to as the Industrial city of Rajasthan. Its main economic source is manufacturing industries like chemical, cotton and oilseed milling, textile weaving, engineering, distilling and dairy. Kota is known for its metal handicrafts. Crops like cotton, millet, wheat, coriander and oilseeds are cultivated in and around the city. Kota also has some amazing places to visit. The Chambal Garden, Kota Zoological Park, Seven Wonders Park, Chatra Vilas Garden, Kishore Sagar Lake, Agamgarh Gurudwara Sahib, Jag Mandir, Godavari Dham Temple, Rangbari Balaji Temple, Garadia Mahadev Temple, etc. are frequented by the natives as well as tourists.
The Andhra bank was registered on 20 November 1923 and began business on 28 November 1923. In 1956, the idea of linguistic division of States was promoted, and consequently, Hyderabad became the capital of Andhra Pradesh. Subsequently, the registered office of the bank was moved to Andhra Bank Buildings, Sultan Bazar, Hyderabad. In April 1980, the Andhra Bank became a wholly owned Government bank after getting nationalized in the second wave of nationalization of commercial banks. The bank joined with Bharat Lakshmi Bank and further strengthened its position in Andhra Pradesh in 1964. IndiaFirst Company is a merger between two of the public sector banks of India ? Bank of Baroda (44%) and Andhra Bank (30%), along with 26 % share of UKs financial and investment company Legal & General. It was established in November 2009 and has its base in Mumba. It is the first life insurance company to be sent for ISO certification within seven months of its incorporation. The internet banking was introduced by the Andhra Bank to enable its customers to avail railway ticket booking facility online through the separate gateway. The bank had received the best banking technology award by IDRBT, Hyderabad for maximum use of IT in the semi-urban and rural areas.