1. In 1950, when the Madras Presidency became Madras State, the literacy rate was slightly higher than the national average of 18 percent.
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4. In 1921, the Bank of Madras Presidency merged with the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Bengal to form the Imperial Bank of India.
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