Pin Code of Goa All Districts - Goa has 262 Post Offices

What is Pincode ?

On August 15, 1972 India Post had introduced 6 digit Postal Index Number (PIN), known as Pin Code. 6 digit Pin Code indicates post office location. India has 9 PIN regions, in which 8 are for geographical location and the last one is for Army Postal Services. First digit of PIN indicates Region, first 2 digits indicates Circle or sub division, first 3 digits of PIN indicates District (Revenue / Shorting) and Last 3 digits of PIN indicates Post Office.

First digit of PIN

  • 1 - Northern Region
  • 2 - Northern Region
  • 3 - Western Region
  • 4 - Western Region
  • 5 - Southern Region
  • 6 - Southern Region
  • 7 - Eastern Region
  • 8 - Eastern Region
  • 9 - Army Postal Service (APS)
  • First 2 digits of PIN

  • 11 - Delhi Circle
  • 12 & 13 - Haryana Circle
  • From 14 to 16 - Punjab Circle
  • 17 - Himachal Pradesh Circle
  • 18 & 19 - Jammu & Kashmir Circle
  • From 20 to 28 - Uttar Pradesh & Uttaranchal Circle
  • From 30 to 34 - Rajasthan Circle
  • From 36 to 39 - Gujarat Circle
  • From 40 to 44 - Maharashtra Circle
  • From 45 to 49 - Madhya Pradesh & Chattisgarh Circle
  • From 50 to 53 - Andhra Pradesh Circle
  • From 56 to 59 - Karnataka Circle
  • From 60 to 64 - Tamil Nadu Circle
  • From 67 to 69 - Kerala Circle
  • From 70 to 74 - West Bengal Circle
  • From 75 to 77 - Orissa Circle
  • 78 - Assam Circle
  • 79 - North Eastern Circle
  • From 80 to 85 - Bihar & Jharkand Circle
  • From 90 to 99 - Army Postal Service (APS)