Postal Training centre, Darbhanga started functioning in Bela Palace from 12th July 1966.
The palace was constructed in 1934 by Maharajadhiraj Kameshwar Singh for his younger brother Raja Bahadur Visheshwar Singh.
The palace and the surrounding land measuring about 65 acres were purchased from him by the then P&T Department.
This is one of the six Postal training centers of India.
PTC Darbhanga caters to the training needs of Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa and West Bengal circles. Induction training for PA,SA,PM(Grade-1) and IPOs are imparted here.
Special training for Marketing executives and orientation course for trainers of WCTC are also organized.
Apart from this refresher courses for PA,SA, and IP/ASP are also conducted here as per the target allotted by Directorate.
Under the IT Modernization project, End user and User champion training are imparted for Finacle and Mc camish by Infosys personnel.