Jamalpur, a part of Munger-Jamalpur twin cities, is situated in the Indian state of Bihar. The name Jamalpur is an amalgam of two words - Jamal which means beautiful and pur which means town. True to its name, Jamalpur is indeed a beautiful town with a scenic landscape and peaceful environment. It is situated 8 kilometers from its twin city of Munger. There are more than 1 lakh residents in this city and they speak in a variety of languages such as Maithili, Hindi, Angika, Bhojpuri, Bengali and Urdu. Jamalpur is recognized for the Jamalpur Locomotive Workshop. It provides employment opportunities to more than 25000 people at its training institution known as The Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. The town, as well as the railway institute, was established in 1862 during the British Raj. Apart from the railway workshop, the economy of the city is also driven by a foundry, metallurgical lab facilities and machine tool facilities. "Kali Pahar" atop Jamalpur Hill, is a paleolithic site where quartzine from the Early and Middle Stone Ages was found.
The DCB bank provides products to individuals, businesses, and corporates across the country. In 2017, it was awarded as the best small bank. It has its presence in 19 states and 3 Union Territories across India. The DCB bank has its NRI customer base from 100 countries across the world. The NRI banking division of DCB bank provides lucrative fixed deposit interest rates across the country. The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development is the promoter of the DCB bank with a 15% stake. The RBI issued the commercial bank license to the bank on 31st May 1995. The products and services of the DCB bank consist of loans for corporates, small and mid enterprises to loans for the individual needs such as vehicle loan, home loan, gold loan. The bank also provides loans related to Agriculture banking which includes tractor loan, dairy and farm loans, etc. The savings accounts of DCB bank provide attractive values like cash back options and personalized account numbers. As of 2018, the bank has made a presence of 323 branches. The RBI granted the scheduled bank license to DCB Bank in May 1995. The name of the DCB Bank was changed to DCB Bank Ltd with regulatory approval in January 2014.