IFSC or Indian financial system codes are unique alphanumeric codes that are used to identify the branch location of Indian banks. This unique 11 digit code called IFSC is used in multiple payment systems in the country. These codes are assigned to each bank by the Reserve bank of India a.k.a the RBI. IFSC finds its use in money transfer procedures where the IFSC code of the receiver and their account number will be required.
The IFSC codes are uniquely formatted with a structure. The first four characters represent the bank’s name. For instance, the state bank of India will have IFSC codes starting from SBI and ICICI banks will have their IFSC codes starting from ICICI. The fifth digit will be always a “0”. The rest of the 6 characters represent the bank branch also known as the bank branch identifier.
Finding the IFSC code is really simple. It requires certain basic information of the customer that includes your bank and your branch. Use the drag and drop list to find your bank and branch and get access to your IFSC code easily.
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