How to find IFSC Code? Select Your Bank Then click State Then District and Then Branch To See IFSC Code & Other Details.
The IFSC Code stands for Indian Financial System Code that is used for online money transactions in India. Basically, IFSC is a 11 digit code combined with alpha numerical characters. These are assigned by RBI to identify every branch seperately. Every online fund transfer must need IFSC code and its regularly being used in the form of National Electronic Fund Transfer(NEFT), Real Time Gross Setttlement(RTGS) and Centralised Funds Management System (CFMS) as well.
IfscCodeRBI.com provides IFSC codes and MICR codes for all branches of over 150 banks in India. However, if you digging more deeper into specific bank like SBI, then the dedicated website Sbiifsccode.co.in is what you need.
India has over 160 banks including public sector, private sector and govt undertaking. Altogetger these banks has over 1 Lakh branhes in India. Every year Indian banking sector offers huge volume of jobs ranging from peon to officer.
The MICR full form is Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. Its basically a printing technology used to print alpha-numeric characters. This Code is printed on the cheques and is used in cheque processing, whenever bank gets an order.
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