The city of Rourkela is a planned city located in the northern part of the Indian state of Odisha. Rourkela is often referred to as Ispat Nagar and sometimes as the Steel City of Odisha. Rourkela has one of the largest steel plants of SAIL, which is also known as Rourkela Steel Plant. The city has been selected to be further developed into a smart city in the third phase of the Smart Cities Mission. The city celebrates Rourkela Day on 3rd March every year. The name of Rourkela originates from the native tribal language of Sadri. It is an amalgam of two words - "rour" means "our" and "Kela" means "village" which adds up to "Our Village." The city is situated in the Sundergarh district of Odisha. The Rourkela Township is segregated into two townships known as Steel Township and Civil Township. The Steel Township comprises of the Residential quarters of Rourkela Steel Plant and the other part is known as the Civil Township. The steel plants drive the economy of Rourkela and most of the residents are employed in the Steel industry. With several places of tourist attraction nearby, reputed educational institutions like the NIT Rourkela and all the modern amenities needed for a comfortable living, this thriving city is a great place to settle in.
The KBL is a scheduled commercial banking company headquartered in Mangaluru, Karnataka, India. The tagline of the Karnataka bank is "Your Family Bank Across India".The Karnataka Bank Limited had received the Sun and NDTV Green IT Award in August 2008.The Sun Microsystems and NDTV awarded the Karnataka bank for admiration of its green policies and usage of earth-friendly technology like solar power. For the year 2010-11, the bank had achieved the Best Bank Award for "Managing IT Risk" under small bank category, instituted by IDRBT. Shri Anand Sinha, former deputy governor, RBI, and chairman of IDRBT gave the award to Shri P. Jayarama Bhat, Managing Director of the Karnataka Bank on 4 August 2011 in front of Shri B. Sambamurthy, Director of IDRBT. The Karnataka Bank Limited signed an MOU in the year 2000 with Infosys Technologies for developing a core banking solution called Finacle. The bank had a network of over 221 branches as of 31 March 2004. The main objective of the bank is "Anytime/Anywhere banking." The Karnataka bank signed a pact with Corporation Bank for sharing its ATMs. The bank introduced the Moneyplant card that enables its customers to withdraw money from their bank accounts anywhere.