IFSC Code, MICR Code and Branch Code of all NEFT enabled bank Branches in India

List of IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all bank branches in India. Find verified IFSC codes quickly to use for NEFT, RTGS & IMPS transactions.

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What is IFSC Code?

IFSC code is also compulsory for fund transfers initiated by way of banking.   For more information the IFSC code of this certain credit division, you are ready to look it up on the internet.   This 11-digit code can also be printed in the cheque leaf that is issued using the nervous house bank branch.                                                      

It is actually really only a 11-digit alpha numeric code that is useful for NEFT, RTGS and also IMPS fund transfers.    Every code may be an special individual and will assist in the identification of this certain bank branch.    As an Example, the SBI IFSC code of the SBI Lender branch in Indiranagar is now SBIN0003301.  

Indian Financial System Code, most termed as IFSC, is an 11-digit alphanumeric character that is used to transfer money online using digital services such as NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer), IMPS (Immediate Payment Service) or RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement). The first portion of the eleven-character IFSC code is composed of four letters representing the bank, the next character (fifth) is zero reserved for future use, and the last 6 characters are the identification code of the branch. IFSC can be found on the chequebook provided by the banks or on the front page of the bank account holder's passbook.

In case you are using netbanking to transfer money, it is mandatory for the IFSC to be entered to initiate the transfer. Unless there is merger, banks do not modify or change the IFSC code.

Features of IFSC Code

  • Online money transfer using IFSC,NEFT,IMPS,SMS
  • Helps uniquely identify a specific bank branch
  • Helps eliminate the errors in the funds transfer process
  • It remains unique across country