About Oscb


The Odisha State Cooperative Bank (OSCB) is one of the Scheduled State Cooperative Banks incorporated under the Orissa Cooperative Societies Act on 2nd April, 1948. Since its inception, the Bank has been playing a pivotal role in transforming the agrarian economy of the State by catering to the credit requirement of the farm families. ....



Mission



Our Corporate Mission is to become a strong and competitive Bank offering innovative financial products and services and to lead a rejuvenated Short Term Cooperative Credit Structure to better serve the people of Odisha.



Retail Banking


Housing Loan

The Bank provides loans for construction of new houses, acquisition of...

Vehicle Finance

The Bank provides financial accommodation for purchase of only new vehicles...

Loans Against Gold Ornaments

Loans are available for consumption and other purposes against pledge...













What's New

Dr. Damodar Rout has taken over the Cooperation and Excise Department as the Cabinet Minister. This is for the second time, Dr. Rout has become the Minister of Cooperation in the State.

E-News Letter






 Dr. Damodar Rout      
 Hon'ble Minister,
 Cooperation & Excise


 Shri Manoj Ahuja,I.A.S.,
 Principal Secretary.,
 Cooperation Department


Latest News

  • The OSCB bagged Best Performance Award from the National Federation of State Cooperative Banks (NAFSCOB) for the year 2012-13 for its Overall Performance Excellence in all parameters. The award was given on 20.07.2014 at Ahmedabad in the concluding session of the National Seminar organized by the Federation. The Management-in-charge of the Bank, Sri Bishnupada Sethi, IAS and Sri Tusharkanti Panda, Managing Director were also felicitated by the Federation for contributing to the overall performance of the Bank.

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Important Update

  • The Core Banking Solution (CBS) Project of OSCB and DCCBs has been successfully implemented by connecting 355 units to the Core Banking Data Management Centre in the premises of the Odisha State Cooperative Bank.



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