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ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
ANDHRA PRADESH CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
ARUNACHAL PRADESH CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
ASSAM CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
BIHAR CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
CHANDIGARH CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
DAMAN AND DIU CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
DELHI CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
GOA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
GUJARAT CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
HARYANA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
HIMACHAL PRADESH CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
JAMMU AND KASHMIR CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
JHARKHAND CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
KARNATAKA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
KERALA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
MADHYA PRADESH CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
MAHARASHTRA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
MANIPUR CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
MEGHALAYA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
MIZORAM CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
NAGALAND CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
ODISHA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
PUDUCHERRY CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
PUNJAB CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
RAJASTHAN CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
SIKKIM CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
TAMIL NADU CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
TELANGANA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
TRIPURA CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
UTTAR PRADESH CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
UTTARAKHAND CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code
WEST BENGAL CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Bank IFSC Code


What is Bank IFSC Code

Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) - Bank IFSC Code is used for electronic payment applications. The types of Electronic Pamynets are

1. RTGS - Real Time Gross Settlement
2. NEFT - National Electronic Funds Transfer
3. IMPS - Immediate Payment Service, an interbank electronic instant mobile money transfer service
4. CFMS - Centralised Funds Management System or CFMS

These types are developed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and RBI is allocating the Bank IFSC Code for each bank branch. The Bank IFSC Code Code has 11 characters 'Alpha Numeric' in nature. The First four characters in the Bank IFSC Code represent bank, fifth character is default '0' left for future use and last six characters represent bank branch.

What is MICR Code

Magnetic Ink Character Recognition Code is printed on cheque book to facilitate the processing of cheques.







What Is Bank IFSC Code?

The Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) is an 11 digit alphanumeric code. Bank IFSC Code is a unique arrangement of digits and letters which represents a bank's particular branch (CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA). This code is used in Electronic Funds Transfer Systems.

In this page you can see the CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA bank's All district All branch Bank IFSC Code.