All Banks and Bank Branches in India - IFSC Code List

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Here you can find IFSC Codes, MICR Codes, Banking codes, BSR code, Swift code, Address, Contact information.

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Find IFSC Code / MICR Code using the Lists below First select your bank from the following drop-down list then select your state and district and finally select the branch of your bank to find IFSC Code. If you need to change any search term please use brown colored icon near the drop-down menu. Some names may be confusing to select because some names are misspelled with or without space. If you have trouble with this method please use the menu or search. You must know what these codes mean so that fraudulent activities concerning your account can be avoided. Here you can find ● IFSC Codes ● MICR Codes ● Banking codes ● BSR code ● Swift code ● Address ● Contact information All Banks and Bank Branches in India - IFSC Code List ● Ahmednagar Merchants Co-Op Bank ● Airtel Payments Bank ● Akola District Central Co-Operative Bank ● Akola Janata Commercial Cooperative Bank ● Allahabad Bank ● Almora Urban Co-Operative Bank Ltd ● State Bank of India IFSC Code ● Punjab National Bank IFSC Code ● Bank of Baroda IFSC Code ● Bank of India IFSC Code ● Bank Of America Bank IFSC Code

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● Bank Of Bahrain And Kuwait Bank IFSC Code ● Bank Of Ceylon IFSC Code ● Ambarnath Jaihind Coop Bank ● Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank ● Andhra Pragathi Grameena Bank ● Apna Sahakari Bank Ltd ● Au Small Finance Bank Limited ● Australia And New Zealand Banking Group Limited ● State Bank of Travancore IFSC Code ● State Bank of Hyderabad IFSC Code ● Oriental Bank of Commerce IFSC Code ● Dbs Bank Ltd IFSC Code ● Bassein Catholic Co-Op Bank Ltd Bank IFSC Code ● Bhagini Nivedita Sahakari Bank IFSC Code ● Bharatiya Mahila Bank Limited Bank IFSC Code ● BNP Paribas Bank IFSC Code ● Bandhan Bank Limited Bank IFSC Code IFSC Code: What is IFSC code IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. IFSC Code is usually seen on your passbook and cheque books. It is a unique 11 digit code that is specific to each branch of each bank in India. Who issues IFSC Code Reserve Bank of India What is the Use of IFSC Code IFSC code is used for secured online fund transfers like RTGS Real-Time Gross Settlement NEFT National Electronic Fund Transfer and IMPS Immediate Payment Service. What does IFSC Code denote ● First four digits denote the bank ● It is then followed by zero ● Last six digits denote the bank branch

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MICR Code: What is MICR Code MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition MICR. It is usually seen on passbooks and the bottom of the cheque leaf. It is a unique 9 digit code Who issues MICR Code Reserve Bank Of India What is the use of MICR Code It is used for safe online fund transfers. Since it is magnetically inked it is machine-readable which means the transactions are highly secure in nature. What does MICR Code denote ● The first three digits denote the city ● Middle three digits denote the bank ● Last three digits denote the branch RTGS: What is RTGS RTGS stands for Real-Time Gross Settlement. It is an internet banking electronic fund transfer facility Who manages RTGS Reserve Bank of India What is the use of RTGS Its real-time Fund are credited into the beneficiary’s account in less than 30 minutes When do you use RTGS RTGS transactions are used for the transfer of large sums of money which are usually above 2 lacs. The charges are nil since it is a centralised system managed by Reserve Bank of India

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What do you require for RTGS transactions You need beneficiary’s ● Name ● Bank name ● IFSC code ● Bank account number. In order to make transactions through RTGS both the banks where the remitter and the beneficiary have their account should contain RTGS facility NEFT: What is NEFT NEFT stands for National Electronic Funds Transfer. It is a type of online transfer system which are mainly branch settled. Who manages NEFT Reserve Bank of India What is the use of NEFT Online fund transfer with an upper limit of Rs. 50000 Funds get credited into the beneficiary’s account within 2 days. When do you use NEFT NEFT is used when real-time fund transfer is not necessary and when online service is redundant since NEFT can be done through banking at the bank branch What do you require for NEFT transactions You need beneficiary’s ● Name ● Bank name ● IFSC code ● Bank account number. In order to make transactions through NEFT both the banks where the remitter and the beneficiary have their account should contain NEFT facility.

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