Mysore city is officially named as Mysuru. It is the third among the largest cities in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It is located at the foothills of the Chamundi hills and has an enormous historical and cultural background. The rule of different dynasties dominates its history which reflects through the various palaces and other landmarks in the city. The city lies close to the state capital Bangalore and provides an investment option for companies, away from the hustle and bustle of the capital city. Tourism, Sandalwood products and textiles drive the economy of the city. Mysore silk sarees are favorite among Indian women. The city has seen a lot of development in recent days with the rise of the software sector when Infosys set up a huge campus in Mysore. Other MNCs like Larsen & Toubro Infotech and Excelsoft Technologies followed suit. Mysore hosts many central government organizations such as RBI Paper Printing Press, RBI Note printing Press and several others that provide a considerable employment opportunity to the residents. Mysore has many educational institutions which nurture the talent of the youth and shape them up for the various industries in the city. Few of the esteemed institutes in Mysore are the University of Mysore, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Mysore medical college, etc. The city is a haven for tourism with splendid attractions such as the Mysore Palace, Nagarhole national park, Mysore zoo, Chamundeshwari temple, St. Philomenas church, etc.
The government owns Punjab & Sind Bank, and it is based in New Delhi. Its 623 offices are in Punjab state out of 1554 branches spread all over India. On 24 June 1908, the Punjab & Sind Bank was founded by Sir Sunder Singh, MajithaBhai Vir Singh, and Sardar Tarlochan Singh. The Government of India nationalized the Punjab National Bank on 15 April 1980 along with other six banks in the second wave of nationalizations. The first nationalization had been in 1969 when the government nationalized the top 14 banks. The Punjab & Sind Bank established a branch in London in the 1960s. In 1991 the London branch was acquired by the Bank of Baroda at the order of the Reserve Bank of India due to Punjab & Sinds involvement in the Sethia fraud in 1987. The Punjab & Sind has shown growth of over 40% year on year since 2004, and its IPO was put over the top by more than 50 times recently. In business, the bank crossed a mark of Rs 1 lac crore. The Punjab & Sind Bank sponsored a regional rural bank known as Sutlej Gramin Bank. The products of Punjab and Sind bank includes Debit Card, ATM, Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, SMS Banking, BHIM, UPI, POS Machine, AADHAR PAY, BHARAT QR