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IFSC Code is a Indian Financial System Code, which has 11 character unique code to identify every bank branch through out India. This code is used by electronic payment system applications such as RTGS, National Electronic Fund Transfer and CFMS. First four alphabet characters represents the Bank, next character is 0(zero), this is reserved for future use and the branch code is the last six characters.

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1. Bank Name / Branch Name 2. Bank IFSC Code 3. Bank MICR Code 4. Bank Branch Location / City Name 5. Bank Address 6. Bank Contact Phone number of the Branch

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IFSC MICR Codes for Follwing Banks

Find IFSC codes for Axis Bank, IFSC Codes for SBI ( State bank of India), IFSC Codes for HDFC Bank, IFSC code for ICICI Bank, IFSC Code for Kotak Bank, IFSC code for Bank of Baroda, IFSC code for Bank of India, IFC code for Canara Bank, IFS code for RBL Bank, IFSC code for IndusInd Bank, IFSC code for Amdhra Bank.

IFSC Codes in India

IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) is a 11-character alphanumeric code used in India to uniquely identify bank branches involved in electronic funds transfer. It is primarily used for online fund transfers such as NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS. Here's a brief overview:

  1. IFSC codes consist of 11 characters, including both letters and numbers.
  2. The first four characters represent the bank, called the bank code.
  3. The fifth character is always "0" and reserved for future use.
  4. The last six characters uniquely identify the specific branch.
  5. IFSC codes are used for domestic and international financial transactions.
  6. They are crucial for secure and accurate online fund transfers.
  7. Each bank branch has its distinct IFSC code.
  8. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) assigns IFSC codes to banks.
  9. IFSC codes simplify electronic payments by ensuring the correct routing of funds.
  10. IFSC codes have streamlined India's digital banking and payment systems, making transactions more efficient and secure.