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Corporation Bank New Delhi IFSC Code & MICR Code

Bank: Corporation Bank

IFSC Code: CORP0000141

MICR Code: 110017004

Branch: Connaught Circus

District: Delhi

State: Delhi

Address: M-41, Connaught Circus, New Delhi

Corporation Bank Karnataka IFSC Code & MICR Code

Bank: Corporation Bank

IFSC Code: CORP0000837

MICR Code: 560017071

Branch: Bangalore - Electronic City

District: Bangalore Urban

State: Karnataka

Address: V-4, 1st Floor, Keonics Main Road, Electronic City, Bangalore

Corporation Bank Maharastra IFSC Code & MICR Code

Bank: Corporation Bank

IFSC Code: CORP0000368

MICR Code: 400017009

Branch: Ghatkoper- Mumbai

District: Greater Bombay

State: Maharashtra

Address: Corporation Bank, Karni Road, Near Telephone Ex, Ghatkopar( West )

Corporation Bank West Bengal IFSC Code & MICR Code

Bank: Corporation Bank

IFSC Code: CORP0001447

MICR Code: 700017026

Branch: Kolkata Branch

District: Kolkata

State: West Bengal

Address: 3, Middleton Row, Kolkata, West Bengal

Corporation Bank IFSC Code: MICR Codes & Branch Addresses in India

Corporation Bank is a public sector bank which is also one of the oldest banks in the country. Its headquarter is in Mangalore, Karnataka. The Bank has about 2432 branches across 26 states and 5 union territories with more than 3000 ATMs spread across the country.

IFSC is an abbreviation for Indian Financial System Code. This eleven-digit code is a unique mix of alphabets and numbers that helps to recognize a bank branch at the time of transferring funds from one bank account to another. National Electronic Fund Transfer or NEFT, Real-Time Gross Settlement or RTGS and Immediate Payment Service or IMPS are the various modes of payment that uses an IFSC Code to transfer funds.

Every bank in India is given an IFSC Code by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The Corporation Bank IFSC Code consists of two parts – the bank code and the branch code. While the first few alphabets of the code denote the bank code, the last six digits stand for the branch code. The Corporation Bank IFSC Code begins with the letters CORP, which is same for all the branches of the Bank. However, the branch code differs from branch to branch.

About Corporation Bank

Corporation bank is a nationalized bank that has been providing financial services in the country for the last 113 years. Its corporate office is in Mangalore, Karnataka. It provides banking services to rural, semi-urban and urban areas. Recently, the bank was given three Aadhaar Excellence Awards by the UIDAI. It was also awarded as the Best Community Development Award at the National CSR Leadership Congress and Awards in 2018.

How to Search Corporation Bank IFSC Code and MICR Code Online?

The details on Corporation Bank IFSC Code and MICR Code is easily available online. The MICR Code stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition Code, which is a unique nine-digit code used to identify a bank branch at the time of the Electronic Clearing System (ECS). The Corporation Bank IFSC Code and MICR Code are available on the official website of the Bank. The information can also be accessed on the official website of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) if you search for Corporation Bank along with the branch name.

How to Search Corporation Bank IFSC Code and MICR Code Offline?

The Corporation Bank IFSC Code is mentioned in the cheque book and passbook provided by the bank. On every cheque leaf, the Corporation Bank IFSC Code is printed on the top and the MICR Code is printed at the bottom.

Corporation Bank IFSC Code

Information Required to Transfer Funds through Any Mode of Payment

To transfer funds from your Corporation Bank account to any other bank account through NEFT, RTGS or IMPS, you need to provide the following information:

  • Name of the Beneficiary
  • Name of Beneficiary’s Bank
  • Account Number of the Beneficiary
  • IFSC Code of the Beneficiary’s Bank
  • Amount to be transferred

How to Transfer Money through NEFT and RTGS Processes of the Corporation Bank?

National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT)

NEFT is an online method to transfer funds from one bank account to another. It has been introduced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to make transferring of funds easy and convenient. NEFT can be used to transfer funds within the same bank or between two different banks, provided the bank is NEFT enabled. The funds are transferred on the same day or by the next day as they are settled by the bank in hourly batches.

Corporation Bank provides NEFT services at all the branches providing core banking services. An account holder of the Bank can send money via NEFT using mobile banking, internet banking and by visiting the bank branch. Moreover, Corporation Bank also allows transferring of funds through ATMs for a maximum amount of INR 15,000. In case the funds have to be transferred to a bank account in Corporation Bank, the sender will require the Corporation Bank IFSC Code of the recipient’s branch.

If you have an account in Corporation Bank, you can send a maximum amount of INR 5 lakh per day via NEFT.

Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS)

RTGS is an online fund transfer mode that allows sending money from one bank account to another on a real-time basis. It is regulated by the Reserve bank of India (RBI) and can be used by the bank branch with access to RTGS services. It allows the account holders to transfer funds within the same branch or to a different bank. The funds are transferred within 30 minutes as per the directive of the RBI and thus, is a faster fund transfer method than NEFT.

All the core banking branches of Corporation Bank provides RTGS facility to its customers. Bank customers can transfer funds via mobile banking, internet banking as well as by physically visiting a branch. To receive funds in a Corporation Bank account, the account holder will have to provide the Corporation Bank IFSC Code to the sender.

The RTGS facility can be availed to transfer funds amounting to a minimum of INR 2 lakh to a maximum of INR 5 lakh.

Immediate Payment Service (IMPS)

IMPS is an online mode of transferring funds that send money to the receiver’s bank account immediately. It is an instant payment mode that can be accessed via mobile banking and can be availed 24x7. Moreover, IMPS also allows the account holder to transfer funds on public holidays and national holidays.

Corporation Bank allows the transfer of funds via IMPS mode between Person-to-Person (P2P), Person-to-Account (P2A), Person-to-Merchant (P2M) and Merchant-to-Person (M2P). The transfer can be made by entering the beneficiary’s mobile number or account number along with the MMID (Mobile Money Identifier) or IFSC Code. However, a maximum amount of INR 50,000 can be transferred using IMPS.

Corporation Bank NEFT Fees and Charges

NEFT Timings

  • Between 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • From Mondays to Saturday (except second and fourth Saturday)

RTGS Requisition Timings

  • Between 8.00 am to 4.30 pm
  • From Mondays to Saturdays (except second and fourth Saturday)

RTGS Timings for Processing at RBI

  • From 8.00 am to 8:00 pm
  • From Mondays to Saturdays (except second and fourth Saturday)

Charges for NEFT/ RTGS/ IMPS (Through Cheque) Excluding GST are:

There are no charges for initiating inward NEFT transactions. No fee has to be paid if the payee account holder is making an NEFT transaction via mobile banking or net banking. In case an NEFT or RTGS transaction is initiated through cheque by visiting a Corporation Bank, the following charges have to be paid:

 Service Transaction Limit (INR) Charges (INR)
NEFT (outward)   Via Cheque Via ATM
Upto 10,000 2.5 5
10,001 to 1,00,000 5
1,00,001 to 2,00,000 15
More than 2,00,000 25
RTGS (outward)   Up to 3:30 pm Post 3:30 pm
2,00,000 to 5,00,000 25 30
More than 5,00,000 50 55
IMPS   Via Cheque Via Internet Banking Via Mobile Banking
10 5 Zero

Corporation Bank - FAQs

Q.1 In case the IMPS transaction does not get completed, will I get my money back?

Yes. In case your IMPS transaction does not get completed, the debited amount will be reversed back to your account immediately. In case of any discrepancy, you can send an email to Corporation Bank.

Q.2 How to get MMID?

In order to get an MMID or Mobile Money Identifier, you need to be registered for SMS banking. You will have to fill up an application form for IMPS and submit it to the base branch. The Bank will send you SMS mentioning your MMID.

Q.3 Can I use the same MMID for multiple bank accounts?

No. In case a person has more than one bank account, a separate MMID will be allotted for each account.

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