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IFSC Code List of all banks in India is given below. Click for more information about the bank and its services. To find details of other banks, use the form below.
What is IFSC Code?
IFSC Code (Indian Financial System Code?)
It is a 11-digit alphanumeric code that is used for NEFT, RTGS and IMPS fund transfers. IFSC CODE of all banks are assigned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Each code is a unique one and helps in the identification of a specific bank branch.
The first four digits of the IFSC code represents the name of the bank, while the fifth digit is always "zero" (0), which is reserved for future use. The last 6 digits denote the name of the specific bank branch. For example, the Central Bank of India IFSC code of the CBI bank branch in Krantichowk is CBIN0280679.
IFSC code is mandatory for fund transfers initiated through net banking. To know the IFSC code of a particular bank branch, you can look it up online. This 11-digit code is also printed on the cheque leaf that is issued by the concerned home bank branch.
How to Use IFSC Code Finder?
How to Use IFSC Code Finder Tool?
In order to use this IFSC code finder tools you need to understand the field layout first. There are four fields to choose from, first is Bank, second is state, third one is district and last one is branch name.
So, First you need to choose the name of the Bank for which you are searching, then in the next dropdown box select the state name where your bank is situated then select the district of the state where the bank is and in the last drop down choose your desired branch name of that bank. Then this search tool will fetch the date and give you the IFSC details of that branch.
IFSC Code FAQ and Trivia
What IFSC means?
IFSC means Indian Financial System Code consists of 11 alphanumeric code used for NEFT and RTGS.
What is NEFT and RTGS?
NEFT means National Electronic Funds Transfer and fullform of RTGS is Real Time Gross settlement.
How can I write IFSC Code?
IFSC consists of 11 alphanumeric code where the first four alphabets represent the Bank name, the fifth character is always 0 (ZERO) and the last six numbers represent the branch code.
Which is faster NEFT and RTGS?
RTGS is the faster way to transfer money then NEFT.