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Search Bank Branches Details by IFSC Code

Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) is used for electronic money across multiple bank in India

Last Updated 17th Oct 2017
  • IFSC code is a unique alphanumeric code consisting of 11 characters that identifies each bank branch in India
  • Bank name is identified by the first four alphabetic characters of the 11 digit IFSC code
  • Branch is identified by the last six characters (may be numeric or alphabetic). The 0 between the bank code and the branch code is reserved for future use
  • RBI uses the IFSC code for effecting electronic money transfer between accounts at different branches of banks on the NEFT and RTGS platforms

As an IFSC code is unique for each branch, one can easily search branch details such as branch name, address, city, district and state based on the IFSC code.

 Ifsc Code

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