Metpally Pin code is 504251, Adilabad, TELANGANA

Metpally Pincode is 504251. Metpally is located in district Adilabad, TELANGANA.

The Pincode of Metpally is 504251. Metpally comes under Adilabad district. PIN Code is also known as Zip Code or Postal Code. The office of 504251 Pin Code is located in Metpally, Luxettipet taluk, Adilabad district, TELANGANA state. The postal region of Metpally is Hyderabad region & postal division is Adilabad. Telephone: NA.

More details of Metpally pin code are given below:

Office TypeB.O
Delivery StatusDelivery

About Metpally

Metpally is situated in the northern part of Telangana, within the Adilabad district. It is surrounded by other towns and villages in the district. Metpally is well-connected by road networks. The town has good connectivity to nearby cities and towns via state highways and local roads. Public transportation such as buses and private vehicles are the primary modes of commuting within the town and to neighboring areas. The economy of Metpally is primarily dependent on agriculture, with the cultivation of crops such as paddy, cotton, and soybean being common in the region. The town may also have small-scale industries and businesses contributing to local employment and economic growth. Metpally Pin code is 504251.

About Pincode:

A Postal Index Number or PIN or PIN code is a code in the post office numbering or post code system used by India Post, the Indian postal administration. The code is six digits long. First digit reflects region, second the sub-region, third the sorting district, and last three represent the post office code. India has nine PIN zones.

Types of post offices

H.O, S.O, and B.O are different types of post offices in the Indian postal system. Here’s a brief description of each:

  • H.O stands for Head Post Office. H.Os are the largest and most comprehensive post offices.
  • S.O stands for Sub Post Office. S.Os are smaller than H.Os but still offer a wide range of postal services.
  • B.O stands for Branch Post Office. B.Os are the smallest post offices and provide basic postal services to people living in remote areas.