WELCOME TO KADAPA DISTRICT COOPERATIVE CENTRAL BANK LTD
Smt M Jhansi Rani
Kadapa District Co-operative Central Bank(Kadapa DCCB) was Established in the year 1919 and started functioning on 10.02.1919 at Kadapa.Consequent to introduction of Single Window Credit Delivery System by the Govt. of A.P. in the year 1987, the erstwhile PADBs were merged in DCCBank Kadapa and on the principle of one Bank for one revenue district, The Kadapa District Co-operative Central Bank Ltd.,(Kadapa DCCB) started functioning as Head Quarters at Kadapa.
Kadapa Dccb offer various schemes in Recurring deposits services in wide range.
Kadapa Dccb offers various Non Agricultural products which are discussed
Kadapa Dccb offer various schemes in Current Deposits services in wide range.
Customers open a savings account at the bank and the bank pays you interest for that money.
Kadapa Dccb offer various schemes in Rate of Interest services in wide range.
Kadapa Dccb offer various schemes in Term deposits services in wide range.
The amount charged as a percentage of principal, by a lender to a borrower for using assets.
An account which is always catering for frequent deposits and withdrawals by cheque.
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Swayam Upadhi Mitra
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