IFSC Code

IFSC Code. Discover exact and error-free IFSC Code, MICR Code for all Government, Private as well as Foreign Banks in India. Here you can obtain 160+ Bank IFSC Codes accurately in a jiffy. Grasp all essential information of your Bank branch viz Bank IFSC Code, MICR code, Address, Phone number, Branch code easily in this page. Here is the Complete list of all Bank IFSC Codes for your easy and quick money transfer through NEFT and RTGS. We update IFSC Code all Bank new branches regularly. Here You can easily and quickly find all Bank IFSC Codes in India with enough info on all Bank branches.
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List of IFSC Code of All Banks in India

Abhyudaya Op Bank Ltd
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
Ahmedabad Mercantile Co-Op Bank
Airtel Payments Bank Limited
Akola Janata Commercial Cooperative Bank
Allahabad Bank
Almora Urban Co-operative Bank Ltd
Andhra Bank
Andhra Pragathi Grameena Bank
Apna Sahakari Bank Ltd
Australia And New Zealand Banking Group Ltd
AU Small Finance Bank
Axis Bank
Bandhan Bank
Bank Internasional Indonesia
Bank Of America
Bank Of Bahrain And Kuwait Bsc
Bank Of Baroda
Bank Of Ceylon
Bank Of India
Bank Of Maharashtra
The Bank Of Tokyo-mitsubishi Ufj
Barclays Bank PLC
Bassein Catholic Co-op Bank Ltd
Bharat Cooperative Bank Mumbai Ltd
Bnp Paribas
Canara Bank
Capital Small Finance Bank Ltd
Catholic Syrian Bank Ltd
Central Bank Of India
Ctbc Bank Co.ltd
Citi Bank
Citizen Credit Co-operative Bank Ltd
City Union Bank
Commonwealth Bank Of Australia
Corporation Bank
Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank
Credit Suisse Ag
Dbs Bank
Dcb Bank
Deogiri Nagari Sahakari Bank Ltd. Aurangabad
Dena Bank
DICGC Bank
Deutsche Bank
Dhanlaxmi Bank
Doha Bank Qsc
Dombivli Nagari Sahakari Bank Ltd
ESAF Small Finance Bank
Equitas Small Finance Bank Ltd
Exim Bank
Federal Bank Ltd
Fino Payments Bank
Firstrand Bank Ltd
GP Parsik Sahakari Bank
Gurgaon Gramin Bank Ltd
Hdfc Bank
Himachal Pradesh State Co-operative Bank Ltd
Hsbc Bank
Oman International Bank Saog
Icici Bank
Idbi Bank
Idfc Bank
Idukki District Co Operative Bank Ltd (idcb)
Indian Bank
Indian Overseas Bank
Indusind Bank Ltd
Icbc Bank
Industrial Bank Of Korea
Jalgaon Janata Sahkari Bank Ltd
Jk Bank
Janaseva Sahakari Bank (borivli) Ltd
Janaseva Sahakari Bank Ltd
Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd
Janakalyan Sahakari Bank Ltd
Jpmorgan Chase Bank
Kallappanna Awade Ichalkaranji Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd
Kalyan Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd
Kalupur Comm Coop Bank
Kapol Co-operative Bank Ltd
Karnataka Bank
Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank
KVB
Keb Hana Bank
Kerala Gramin Bank
Kotak Mahindra Bank
Laxmi Vilas Bank
Mahanagar Co-op Bank Ltd
Maharashtra Gramin Bank
MSC BANK
Mashreq Bank
Mizuho Bank Ltd
Nagar Urban Co-op Bank Ltd
National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD)
Nagpur Nagarik Sahakari Bank Ltd
National Australia Bank (nab)
New India Co-operative Bank Limited
Nkgsb Co-op Bank Ltd
North Malabar Gramin Bank
Nutan Nagarik Sahakari Bank Ltd
Oriental Bank Of Commerce
Paytm Bank
Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank
Prathama Bank
Prime Co-operative Bank Ltd
Punjab And Maharashtra Co-operative Bank Limited
Punjab And Sind Bank
PNB Bank
Rabobank
Rajgurunagar Sahakari Bank Ltd
Rajkot Nagarik Sahakari Bank Ltd
RBL Bank
Reserve Bank Of India
Sdc Bank Ltd
Samarth Sahakari Bank Ltd
Saraswat Bank
SBERBank
Sbm Bank
Shikshak Sahakari Bank Ltd
Shinhan Bank
Shivalik Mercantile Co-Operative Bank Ltd
Shri Chhatrapati Rajarshi Shahu Urban Co-op Bank Ltd
Societe Generale
Solapur Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd
South Indian Bank
Standard Chartered Bank
SBBJ Bank
SBH
SBI Bank
State Bank Of Mysore
State Bank Of Patiala
State Bank Of Travancore
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Surat National Co-op Bank Ltd
Suryoday Small Finance Bank Limited
Sutex Co-op Bank Ltd
Syndicate Bank
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited
TSCAB
Textile Traders Co-operative Bank Ltd
?a.p. Mahesh Co-operative Urban Bank Ltd
The Akola District Central Co-op Bank Ltd
The Andhra Pradesh State Coop Bank Ltd
Scotiabank
The Baramati Sahakari Bank Ltd
Cosmos Bank
The Delhi State Cooperative Bank Ltd
The Gadchiroli District Central Cooperative Bank Ltd
The Greater Bombay Co-operative Bank Ltd
The Gujarat State Co-operative Bank Ltd
The Hasti Co-operative Bank Ltd
The Jalgaon Peoples Co-operative Bank Limited
The Kangra Central Cooperative Bank Ltd
The Kangra Cooperative Bank Ltd
The Karad Urban Co-op Bank Ltd
The Karnataka State Co-operative Apex Bank Ltd
Kurmanchal Nagar Sahkari Bank
The Mehsana Urban Cooperative Bank Ltd
The Mumbai District Central Co-op Bank Ltd
The Municipal Co Operative Bank Ltd, Mumbai
Nainital Bank
Namco Bank
The Navnirman Co-operative Bank Limited
The Pandharpur Urban Co Op. Bank Ltd
The Rajasthan State Co-operative Bank Ltd
Rbs Nv
The Seva Vikas Co-operative Bank Ltd
Svc Co-operative Bank Ltd
Sindhudurg District Central Cooperative Bank Ltd
The Surat District Co Operative Bank Ltd
The Surat Peoples Co-op Bank Ltd
Tnsc Bank
Thane Bharat Sahakari Bank Ltd
The Thane District Central Co-op Bank Ltd
Tjsb Sahakari Bank Ltd
The Varachha Co-operative Bank Ltd
The Vishweshwar Sahakari Bank Ltd
West Bengal State Coop Bank
The Zoroastrian Co-operative Bank Ltd
Tgmc Bank
Uco Bank
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank
Union Bank Of India
United Bank Of India
Uob Bank
Utkarsh Small Finance Bank
Vasai Vikas Sahakari Bank
Vijaya Bank
Westpac Banking Corporation
Woori Bank
Yes Bank Ltd
Zila Sahkari Bank Ltd

What are the Transactions where IFSC Code is used?

Reserve Bank of India came up with the concept of assigning IFSC code for banks across India to facilitate number of Online transactions. In the current day scenario, most of the fund transfers, bill payments, etc are made online as it benefits both the customers and the bank with reduced paper works. The online transactions that require IFSC code are
  • NEFT - National Electronic Funds Transfer
  • RTGS - Real Time Gross Settlement
  • IMPS - Immediate Payment Service
For any kind of Net banking or online transactions mentioned above, IFSC code is mandatory as it directs the funds to the specific bank to which the transactions are done. Apart from fund transfer, IFSC Code is also used for Income Tax Return (ITR) filing. Along with the account number and bank name, IFSC Code is needed to be entered in the ITR form as the tax refunds are credited only to the account details specified.

Where all IFSC Code is found?

As the account number is assigned for the account holder of a bank and each account holder has a specific account number, IFSC code is the code assigned for a bank which differentiates one bank from other and each bank has a specific IFSC code. Apart from the Online uses of the IFSC code that came into use in recent years due to increased Online transactions, banks have been using IFSC code from very early stage from the introduction of IFSC Code. IFSC Code is the identity of a particular bank branch and the cheque book and passbook issued by a particular bank branch will have the IFSC Code of that bank being denoted in both the cheque book and the pass book.

How to get IFSC Code of a Bank from Fresherslive?

As number of transactions are done in Online, users check for IFSC Code in Online. So, we at FreshersLive offer the users to check and get the IFSC Code of different banks across India in Online. IFSC Code of almost all the banks and its branches of public, private and foreign banks across India are updated here at FreshersLive and candidates can check IFSC code of any bank branch in India with our IFSC Code checker. The process is very simple with few selections from the dropdowns. Follow the simple steps below to get the IFSC code if a particular bank branch.
  • IFSC code checker will just require four inputs from the user’s side to be selected from the dropdown options provided.
  • The first drop down list will be the Bank name, Select the bank for which you require the IFSC Code.
  • The second drop down is State Name, Select the state in which the particular bank branch is located.
  • The third drop down is City Name, Select the city in which the particular bank branch is located.
  • The fourth drop down is the Branch name i.e. specific location of the branch in the city. Select the branch name where the bank is located.
  • Then click "Get IFSC Code"
  • A page with all details of that particular bank branch will be displayed. Users can make use of the information displayed for their use.

What are the Information provided in the FreshersLive IFSC Code Verified page?

FreshersLive IFSC Code page provides the customer with number of information related to a bank branch apart from the IFSC Code alone. Users checking for IFSC Code can cross check a number of information of the bank branch, so apart from IFSC Code one can also get other information in Online from our page and be benefited. Other Information about the bank branch that can be found in the IFSC Code verified page are
  • Bank Name
  • Branch Name
  • IFSC Code
  • MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition Technology)
  • Address of the bank branch
  • Contact Number
  • City Name
  • District Name
  • State Name
Apart from the details of that particular branch being displayed in the IFSC Code verified page, a list of IFSC Code, Branch and City on other branches of that particular bank will also be listed below for the user’s reference. Users can click on the IFSC Code which will redirect to the details of that particular bank branch.

Why FreshersLive for IFSC Code Checking?

If someone is checking for IFSC Code, there are chances where they end up getting no relevant information even after giving the proper information. Also a person can't be carrying around his/her cheque book or bank pass book everywhere they go. That is the reason we at FreshersLive offer the users to get the exact information on details related to IFSC Code. FreshersLive keeps the data updated on everyday bases and any changes in bank details are instantly changed. The information on IFSC Code can be obtained in just few clicks and within a fraction of seconds, also the details provided on IFSC Code are accurate and genuine. It is much time saving as the information of any IFSC Code is readily available.

What is an MICR Code?

At FreshersLive, users can also get information on MICR Code (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) which is the code used in processing of cheques. MICR code is a 9-digit code and can be found at the bottom of a cheque as MICR code is solely for the cheque processing and other document process. MICR code is printed at the bottom of the cheque using Magnetic Ink Character Recognition Technology. The first three digit of code represents the city code, three digits in the middle represent the bank code and last 3 digit represents the branch code. The code is specifically to identify a bank and its branch that are into Electronic Clearing System. Electronic clearing system is mostly for clearing of cheque electronically which is a much faster than documents.

What are the information available in FreshersLive IFSC code page?

Bank IFSC Code of FreshersLive gives the users a wide range of information one is looking for. Information on IFSC code, MICR code, Address and contact details of any bank across India can be checked in the page. Apart from specific information, the main page will give the list of all banks i.e. public, private and foreign banks across India; the interlinks of a bank will redirect to a page where entire list of different branches of that bank will be given. Users can check the IFSC code of a particular bank branch by giving the necessary information. Additional to these information, a list titled “Top Bank IFSC Code” will have the top banks listed, from which candidates can select the bank of their need. FreshersLive IFSC Code will give all information a user needs without much difficulty.

Why is an IFSC Code needed?

IFSC Code stands for Indian Financial System Code, a code with 11-digit character code used in any transactions related to the Bank and is specially designed for bank transactions across India and each bank has a specific IFSC Code and there are also banks which doesn’t have the same. IFSC Code is used for unique identification of specific Bank branch which is connected with RBI related transfer of funds and transactions. The usage of Code has become prominent in these days with most of the transactions happening in Online. Any transactions in or out of a bank is performed with the IFSC code and is mainly used in three types of online transactions i.e. RTGS, NEFT, and IMPS.

How is the IFSC Code designed?

IFSC Code is the series of numeric and alphanumeric combinations that is alloted for each bank for the purpose of both Online and Offline transactions to a particular branch of a bank. IFSC code is unique for every single bank and is a 11-digit code that will facilitate transaction of funds and other banking related processes. When a certain code is designed the characters assigned i.e. the number and alphabets of that code has specific denotations. Likewise, IFSC Code also has specific representation for its series of number and alphabets assigned. IFSC Code developed by Reserve Bank of India is divided into three sections as listed below
  • First four alphabetic characters representing Bank Name
  • Fifth character is 0 (zero) and reserved for any further use.
  • Last Six characters are mostly numeric but can also be alphanumeric, which represents the Bank Code.

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