Central Bank Of India branch details in West Bengal
Last Updated 24th Oct 16
Central Bank Of India has 352 branches in West Bengal spread over 19 districts of Alipurduar, Bankura, Bardhaman, Birbhum, Coochbehar, Dakshin Dinajpur, Darjeeling, East Midnapore, Hooghly, Howrah, Jalpaiguri, Kolkata, Malda, Murshidabad, Nadia, North 24 Parganas, Purulia, Siliguri, South 24 Parganas, Uttar Dinajpur, West Medinipur.
Kolkata district, with 66 branches has the largest number of Central Bank Of India branches in West Bengal followed by Jalpaiguri district with 44 branches and Coochbehar district with 36.
District wise distribution of Central Bank Of India branches in West Bengal is as below. To find branch address, phone, IFSC code, MICR code of the branch that you are looking for, click on the district where the branch is located.
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01st Aug 16 Central Bank of India reduces MCLR by 0.05 percent
Central Bank of India has reduced its Marginal Cost Lending Rate (MCLR) by 0.05 percent or 5 basis points across maturities. This has reduced its one-year MCLR to 9.35 percent, from the current rate of 9.4 percent . The month MCLR is reduced to 9.3 percent and 3 month MCLR is reduced to 9.25 percent. Overnight MCLR has been reduced to 8.9 percent , while 1 month MCLR has remained same at 9.2 percent. The new MCLR is effective from August 1,2016.
This rate cut of the bank will lead to lower interest rates on home loan, car loan, personal loan, etc, for loans taken under floating rate schemes. However, borrowers who have taken a loan at fixed rate, will not be benefitted by this reduction.