Welcome to our comprehensive list of RBI approved Indian Bank IFSC codes. This list includes all of the Indian banks that have been approved by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and includes their respective IFSC codes.Search IFSC
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What is IFSC code?
IFSC code, or Indian Financial System Code, is an 11-digit alphanumeric code that is used to identify a specific bank branch in India. The code is used for electronic fund transfer such as RTGS, NEFT, and IMPS.Read More
What is NEFT and how to send money?
Many of you may have used NEFT before sending money, but do you have the right information about what NEFT is? Since the rules of the bank change from day to day, it is very important to have updated information on all these issues. Ever since online banking or internet banking came, people have gone to banks in some way, now they do all their work sitting at home. This does not waste much of their time and they work without problems. There are three main methods of online fund transfer namely NEFT, RTGS and IMPS. Today we will get detailed information about NEFT. So if we talk about NEFT, it is one of those people who send money online, through which we can easily send or receive money online from one account to another. So today I thought why not you too get complete information about what NEFT is, how it works and what are our benefits. Then without delay let's start and know what NEFT is... Read More
Indian Financial System Code (IFSC). It is used for electronic payment applications like Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT), Immediate Payment Service, an interbank electronic instant mobile money transfer service (IMPS), and Centralised Funds Management System (CFMS) developed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Code has eleven characters "Alpha Numeric" in nature. First four characters represent bank, fifth character is default "0" left for future use and last six characters represent branch.
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