How to find IFSC Code? Select Your Bank First, then click State then District and then Branch To See IFSC Code & Other Details.
The IFSC Code full form is Indian Financial System Code which is used for online fund transfers in India. In fact, IFSC code is a 11 digit code that contains alpha numeric characters. These IFSC Codes are given by RBI to identify each branch of a bank uniquely. Every online money transaction must use IFSC code in the form of National Electronic Fund Transfer(NEFT), Real Time Gross Settlement(RTGS) and Centralized Funds Management System (CFMS).
MyIfscCodes.com provides free access to IFSC codes, MICR codes, branch codes for all banks in India.
The MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. Its a special printing technology used to print alpha-numeric characters that are used on cheques. These Codes are used in cheque processing, by all the banks in India.
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