Bank of India IFSC Code

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Bank of India New Delhi IFSC Code

Bank: Bank of India(BOI)

IFSC Code: BKID0006003

MICR Code: 110013006

Branch: Connaught Circus

District: New Delhi

State: Delhi

Address: Central Ringpost, Box No. 404, Connaught Circus, New Delhi

Bank of India Gurgaon IFSC Code

Bank: Bank of India(BOI)

IFSC Code: BKID0006701

MICR Code: 110013049

Branch: Gurgaon

District: Gurgaon

State: Haryana

Address: Old Railway Road, Gurgaon, Haryana

Bank of India Maharastra IFSC Code

Bank: Bank of India(BOI)

IFSC Code: BKID0001216

MICR Code: 402013508

Branch: Goregaon (Dist.raigad)

District: Goregaon (Dist Raigad)

State: Maharashtra

Address: Near S. T. Bus Standat & Post Goregaon, Dist Raigad

Bank of India West Bengal IFSC Code

Bank: Bank of India(BOI)

IFSC Code: BKID0004000

MICR Code: 700013011

Branch: Kolkata

District: Kolkata

State: West Bengal

Address: 23 A-B, Netaji Subash Road, Post Box No. 220, Kolkata, West Bengal


Bank of India, a leading nationalized bank in India, considers the safety of their customers as their first priority. With that in mind, the bank has adopted the use of the IFSC code.

Bank of India IFSC Code helps perform NEFT, RTGS or IMPS fund transfer smoothly. It is allocated by the Reserve Bank of India, without which, one cannot perform an electronic transfer of fund. As BOI has many branches within the country, the BOI IFSC code associated with every branch is different. For instance, BOI IFSC code for Gujarat, Kheda, Nadea branch is BKID0002800, while IFSC Code of Bar Muvada branch is BKID0002069. If anyone wants to transfer money from BOI Gujrat Nadea branch to Bar Muvada branch, he/she must know the IFSC code of the recipient branch, along with the beneficiary’s name and account number.

Bank of India IFSC Code is an 11-digit alpha-numeric code which is used transactions. The first four digits indicate the bank’s name, the fifth character is always ‘Zero’. The remaining six digits denote the location of the bank.

How does the IFSC Code Help?

The IFSC code, short for Indian Financial System Code, is a boon for banks and account holders alike. The concept was developed keeping in mind the need for security in transactions. The IFSC code is an eleven digit alphanumeric code. The first four digits represent the bank’s identification, the fifth is a number (usually 0), and the last six digits represent the branch of the bank.Each and every Bank of India branch has its own IFSC code which is printed on the checkbook for an easy reference.

A Unique Approach to Security

To make a NEFT or IMPS transaction, the IFSC code is needed. A person holding an account with the BOI should provide the IFSC code of his/her home branch from where they opened their account. The online banking portal of BOI has made the transaction process involving the IFSC code into a user-friendly one.

How to Search for Bank of India IFSC & MICR Codes for NEFT, RTGS & IMPS?

Searching for Bank of India IFSC Code and MICR Code is easy. If you have a bank account with Bank of India, then you can see the IFSC Code of your home branch printed on your chequebook. It is also mentioned on the front page of your passbook. You can use BOI IFSC code for any electronic transfer through RTGS, NEFT or IMPS at your ease. Likewise, you can find Bank of India MICR code printed on the passbook or at the bottom of the chequebook. In case you don’t have a passbook or chequebook, or both, use the drop-down menu at the top of this page and get Bank of India IFSC Code & MICR code for any branch of BOI across India.

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