Ahmedabad is the largest city in the Indian state of Gujarat. This former capital of Gujarat is often referred to as "Amdavad" by the natives. It is the fifth populous Indian city which is rapidly growing in terms of business and technology. Ahmedabad is slowly emerging as an important industrial and economic hub in India. Gujarati is the commonly spoken language in this city. Gujaratis, being a business-oriented community, have always ensured that the city thrives on multiple lines of trade and commerce. The historic city of Ahmadabad or Old Ahmadabad has recently been declared as Indias first UNESCO World Heritage City. The old city, situated on the bucolic eastern side of the Sabarmati River, used to be girdled by a long wall which was 10km in length. The new city, with wider streets, many upcoming neighborhoods, offices, shopping complexes and several major universities, has emerged on the western side of the river. Ahmedabad witnesses a beautiful amalgamation of tradition and modernity in its landscape, architecture and lifestyle. In fact, the city can mesmerize tourists with its wealth of architecture ? there are centuries-old mosques and mausoleums as well as buildings of cutting-edge contemporary design. The city seems like a fascinating maze comprising of excellent museums, elegant restaurants, bustling street-food joints and the tranquil Sabarmati Ashram., situated on the banks of River Sabarmati in the state of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is the largest city in this west Indian state. This city used to be the capital of Gujarat earlier and the locals usually refer to it as ?Amdavad.? The rapidly developing city of Ahmedabad is the fifth most populous city in the country and the local people speak in Gujarati. Although most of the people of Ahmedabad hail from the business community, yet the IT sector is gradually flourishing in the city. The enterprising people of Ahmedabad have always encouraged and welcomed multi-dimensional growth in the city. Ahmedabad is no doubt becoming an essential economic and industrial hub in the country, and the city is attracting enthusiastic job-seekers from all over the country. The ?old city? of Ahmedabad, which is a UNESCO World Heritage City, is found on the eastern bank of the Sabarmati River, standing proudly in its rustic grandeur. The newer parts of Ahmedabad are gradually developing into a modern Indian city, with tall buildings, posh neighborhoods, wide streets, offices, universities and shopping complexes on the western bank of the Sabarmati. Quite close to the Great Indian Desert, the city experiences hot and arid weather throughout the year but nonetheless, it attracts crowds of tourists every year to explore the ancient mausoleums, museums and the famous Sabarmati Ashram while relishing the delectable Ahmedabadi street food.
the motto of the UCO Bank is "Honours your Trust." It was founded in 1943 in Kolkata. It is a major government-owned and commercial bank of India also known as the United Commercial Bank. Its total business was ? 4.55 lakh crore during FY 2013-14. It was ranked 1860 on Forbes Global 2000 List by 2014 data. According to the Brand Trust Report 2014, a study conducted by Trust Research Advisory, the Bank was ranked 294th among Indias most trusted brands. It was a difference of 796 ranks considering its previous position among Indias most trusted brands in the Brand Trust Report 2013. The bank has a regional presence of 3,078 branches and 2564 ATMs with a prospective growth in the number of offices as well as ATMs. The logo of UCO bank includes a pair of clasped hands covered by an octagonal structure. It has been colored blue since the organizations inception is to represent the national responsibility of the bank. The background of the logo is yellow from the beginning. The significant competitors of the bank have always been the State Bank of India, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda and the Bank of India. The economic liberalization may bring foreign banks, which could make the inter-bank competition intense for commercial and well-to-do retail customers.