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Names of Audit Firms approved for appointment as Statutory Central Auditors in 25 Public Sector Banks for the year 2013-14

Sr.No
Auditors appointed for 2013-14
  
1.
Allahabad Bank, Kolkata
1
M/s N K Bhargava & Co., New Delhi
2
M/s Raghu Nath Rai & Co., New Delhi
3
M/s Khandelwal  Kakani & Co., Indore
4
M/s Batliboi & Purohit , Mumbai
5
M/s Sarath & Associates, Hyderabad

2.
Andhra Bank, Hyderabad
1
M/s Umamaheswara Rao & Co., Hyderabad
2
M/s R Subramanian and  Company , Chennai
3
M/s Patro & Co., Bhubaneshwar
4
M/s C R Sagdeo & Co., Nagpur
5
M/s  Nag & Associates, Dankuni

3.
Bank of Baroda, Mumbai
1
M/s S K Mittal & Co., New Delhi
3
M/s Ray & Ray, Kolkata 
4
M/s N B S & Co, Mumbai
5
M/s Laxminiwas Neeth & Co., Hyderabad
5
M/s K A S G & Co, Dhanbad
6
M/s Khandelwal Jain & Co., Mumbai

4.
Bank of India, Mumbai
1
M/s S R B & Associates, Bhubaneshwar
2
M/s Isaac & Suresh, Thiruvananthapuram
3
M/s M M  Nissim & Co., Mumbai
4
M/s  J P Kapur & Uberai, New Delhi
5
M/s D Singh & Co., New Delhi
6
M/s A N D R O S & Co., New Delhi

5.
Bank of Maharashtra, Pune
1
M/s Kirtane & Pandit , Pune
2
M/s J C Bhalla & Co, New  Delhi
3
M/s G Basu & Co, Kolkata
4
M/s Singh Ray Mishra & Co, Bhubaneshwar

6.
Canara Bank , Bangalore
1
M/s Loonker & Co., Mumbai
2
M/s P Chopra & Co., Karnal
3
M/s A R Das & Associates, Kolkata
4
M/s S C Vasudeva & Co., New Delhi
5
M/s Vinay Kumar & Co., Allahabad
6
M/s Ford Rhodes Parks & Co., Mumbai

7.
Central Bank of India, Mumbai
1
M/s Kumar Chopra & Associates, New Delhi
2
M/s P K Subramaniam & Co, Raichur
3
M/s Doogar & Associates, New Delhi
4
M/s N Sarkar & Co., Kolkata
5
M/s N Chaudhuri & Co., Kolkata
6
M/s B N Misra & Co., Bhubaneshwar

8.
Corporation Bank, Mangalore
1
M/s Suresh Chandra & Associates, New Delhi
2
M/s B K Ramadhyani & Co., Bangalore
3
M/s Nripendra & Co., Kanpur
4
M/s G M J & Co., Mumbai
5
Manohar Chowdhry & Associates, Chennai

9.
Dena Bank, Mumbai
1
M/s S N Dhawan & Co, New Delhi
2
M/s S C Ajmera & Co., Udaipur
3
M/s Anand & Ponnappan, Chennai
4
M/s  A P A S & Co., Raipur

10.
Indian Bank,Chennai
1
M/s Sharp & Tannan, Mumbai
2
M/s Bhattacharya  Das & Co, Kolkata
3
M/s Deoki Bijay & Co, Kolkata
4
M/s  S P Puri & Co., New Delhi
5
M/s C K Prusty & Associates, Bhubaneshwar

11.
Indian Overseas Bank, Chennai
1
M/s Badari Madhusudhan & Srinivasan, Bangalore 
2
M/s B Thiagarajan & Co, Chennai 
3
M/s Sankar & Moorthy, Thiruvananthapuram
4
M/s P R Mehra & Co, New Delhi
5
M/s Dass Khanna & Co, Ludhiana

12.
Oriental Bank of Commerce, New Delhi
1
M/s Jain Kapila Associates, New Delhi
2
M/s P L Tandon & Co., Kanpur
3
M/s Shah & Taparia, Mumbai
4
M/s Bansal R Kumar & Associates, New Delhi
5
M/s R S Sipayya & Co., New Delhi

13.
Punjab & Sind Bank, New Delhi
1
M/s R M Lall & Co., Lucknow
2
M/s O P Tulsyan & Co., New Delhi
3
M/s B K Shroff & Co., Kolkata
4
M/s R Kothari & Co., Kolkata
 
14.
Punjab National  Bank, New Delhi
1
M/s Borkar & Muzumdar, Mumbai
2
M/s G S Madhava Rao & Co., Hyderabad
3
M/s Phillipos & Co, Bangalore
4
M/s K N Gutgutia & Co, Kolkata
5
M/s C V K & Associates, Mumbai
6
M/s Ramesh Kapoor & Co, Srinagar

15.
Syndicate Bank
1
M/s Chandiok & Guliani, New Delhi
2
M/s J N Sharma & Co, Kanpur
3
M/s Ramanlal G Shah & Co, Ahmedabad
4
M/s Sambhu N De & Co, Kolkata
5
M/s K N Goyal & Co, New Delhi
 
16.
UCO Bank, Kolkata
1
M/s SBA  Associates, Kolkata
2
M/s Ved & Co, Ghaziabad
3
M/s Dass Gupta & Assocites,  New Delhi
4
M/s Gupta Sharma & Associates, Jammu
5
M/s A Kayes & Co., Kolkata
 
17.
Union Bank of India, Mumbai
1
M/s Price Patt & Co., Chennai
2
M/s  S G C O & Co., Mumbai
3
M/s Jindal & Co., New Delhi
4
M/s Shah Gupta & Co., Mumbai
5
M/s V Rohatgi & Co., Ranchi
6
M/s J Gupta & Co., Kolkata
  
18.
United Bank of India, Kolkata
1
M/s Dinesh Mehta & Co, New Delhi
2
M/s Ramamoorthy (N) & Co., Hyderabad
3
M/s S P M R & Associates., New Delhi
4
M/s P C Bindal & Co., Jammu      

19.
Vijaya Bank, Bangalore
1
M/s Mukund M Chitale & Co., Mumbai
2
M/s Karra & Co., Chennai
3
M/s N C Mittal & Co., New Delhi
4
M/s K P M C & Associates, Ghaziabad

20.
State Bank of India
1
M/s Singhi & Co, Kolkata
2
M/s SCM Associates, Bhubaneshwar
3
M/s S N Nanda & Co, New Delhi
4
M/s Prakash & Santosh , Kanpur
5
M/s K B Sharma & Co, Jammu
6
M/s ADD & Associates, Kolkata
7
M/s V P Aditya & Co, Kanpur
8
M/s S Venkatram & Co, Chennai
9
M/s S Jaykishan, Kolkata
10
M/s T R Chadha & Co, New Delhi
11
M/s Dhamija Sukhija & Co, Srinagar
12
M/s Sriramamurthy & Co, Visakhapatnam
13
M/s S R R K Sharma Assocaites, Bangalore
14
M/s Mehra Goel & Co., New Delhi

21.
State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Jaipur
1
M/s Agarwal Anil & Co, New Delhi
2
M/s M K Aggarwal & Co, New Delhi
3
M/s Chaturvedi & Co, Kolkata
4
M/s Uberai Sood & Kapoor, New Delhi
5
M/s P S D & Associates, Jaipur
 
22.
State Bank of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
1
M/s Rao & Narayan, Hyderabad
2
M/s S Mann & Co, New Delhi
3
M/s Elias George & Co, Kochi
4
M/s Khanna & Annadhanam, New Delhi
5
M/s Sharma Goel & Co, New Delhi
6
M/s SRI Associates, Kolkata

23.
State Bank of Mysore, Bangalore
1
M/s B L Ajmera & Co., Jaipur
2
M/s M K P S & Associates. Bhubaneshwar
3
M/s Maharaj N R Suresh and Co., Chennai
4
M/s Bubber Jindal & Co, New Delhi

24.
State Bank of Patiala, Patiala
1
M/s Abhijit Dutta & Associates, Kolkata 
2
M/s Rawla & Co, New Delhi
3
M/s Sreedhar Suresh & Rajagopalan, Chennai
4
M/s Patel Mohan Ramesh & Co, Bangalore

25.
State Bank of Travancore, Thiruvananthapuram
1
M/s G K Rao & Co, Hyderabad
2
M/s Abraham & Jose, Thrissur
3
M/s R G N Price & Co Chennai
4
M/s Kumar Vijay Gupta & Co., New Delhi

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