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Find IFSC, MICR Codes, Address, All Bank Branches in India

Last updated : 08-11-2020 Page views : 0

IFSC Code: On the below page you can find the Bank IFSC Code of every bank. IFSC Code can also been searching though search box provide on below page. You can also get Bank details through IFSC Code. Our website provides detailed information each and every Bank branch.

Its full form is the Indian Financial System Code. It is a unique 11-digit alpha-numeric code. It is used for online fund transfer through NEFT, IMPS and RTGS transactions. Generally, the IFSC code can be found on the cheque-book issued by the bank. It can also be found on the front(1st) page of the accountholder’s passbook. IFSC code of each bank branch has been assigned by the RBI (Reserve Bank of India). Account holders can easily find the IFSC code of their banks/branches on the RBI’s (Reserve Bank India) website. Internet Banking Transaction cannot be initiated without a valid Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) for Money Transfer using NEFT, IMPS, and RTGS.

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IFSC Code Pattern

In an IFSC – Indian Financial System Code, the first Four characters of IFSC code are alphabets which represent the bank. Therefore, the IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) of each and every branch of the same bank is starting with the same 4-alphabets. The fifth character is zero (0) which is known as Reserve Number.

The remaining six characters are numbers or digit that represent the branch code. It is the part that makes an IFSC code unique.

FAQs on IFSC code

  • What is an IFS code ?
    The full form is the Indian Financial System Code. It is a unique 11-digit alpha-numeric code. It is used for online fund transfer through NEFT, IMPS and RTGS transactions. Generally, the IFSC code can be found on the cheque-book issued by the bank.
  • What is MICR Code ?
    Its full form is magnetic ink character recognition. The paper-based documents in the banking database, it is an innovative technique to prove validity and reliability. In spite of the security of money, the transfer is concerned. we can find it on the checkbook. MICR is similar to the IFSC code.

    MICR is a code of highly advanced CRT (character recognition technology) to confirm cheques for withdrawals by banks. MICR technology is also used as other bank documents. The MICR code is placed below the cheque.

    This includes details such as bank branch code, bank account details, fill-up amount and cheque number with control indicator. The biggest advantage of MICR technology is that it is one of the same concepts as barcode because MICR can easily be read and honored by humans.

  • What is the use of IFSC code ?
    IFSC can be used by the Indian financial system to facilitate the online and electronic transfer. It is a bank’s IFSC code which actives it helps to bank customers with NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) and RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement).