Indian Bank IFSC Code

List of Indian Bank IFSC Code, MICR Code and Addresses of all Branches in India

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Indian Bank New Delhi IFSC Code

Bank: Indian Bank

IFSC Code: IDIB000N044

MICR Code: 110019010

Branch: Nehru Place

District: New Delhi

State: Delhi

Address: 47/48 Pragathi House, Nehru Place

Indian Bank Gurgaon IFSC Code

Bank: Indian Bank

IFSC Code: IDIB000G026

MICR Code: 110019025

Branch: Gurgaon

District: Gurgaon

State: Haryana

Address: Gurdwara Road Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001

Indian Bank Maharastra IFSC Code

Bank: Indian Bank

IFSC Code: IDIB000A023

MICR Code: 400019002

Branch: Andheri

District: Greater Mumbai

State: Maharashtra

Address: 11/12, Madhav Nagar, S V Road, Andheri (West)

Indian Bank West Bengal IFSC Code

Bank: Indian Bank

IFSC Code: IDIB000A011

MICR Code: 700019002

Branch: Alipore Road

District: Kolkata

State: West Bengal

Address: 22/1, Alipore Road, Vandana Apartment

IFSC Code of Indian Bank

Indian Bank IFSC Codes

Indian Bank IFSC Code is used to provide internet banking facilities to Indian Bank account holders. IFSC code facilitates easy electronic transfer of money. IFSC is the short form of Indian Financial System Code, which is given by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to all banks operating in the country.  

You can find the 11-digit Indian Bank IFSC Code on the leaves of your Indian bank’s chequebook, passbook and/or on their website. IFSC helps in uniquely demarcating the bank branches across India while transferring money through NEFT and RTGS. The IFS code for each branch of Indian bank will be different. The IFSC code of the branch on Khandsa Road (Gurgaon) is IDIB000K192 and the IFSC code of the branch in Wazirpur (Gurgaon) is IDIB000W015.

About Indian Bank

Set up in 1907, Indian bank is a public-sector holding with its headquarters in Chennai and its branches across Singapore and Colombo. In 1969, the Government of India took ownership of this state-owned bank. Indian Bank has two subsidiaries, namely - Indian Bank Housing Ltd. and Indian Bank Merchant Banking Services Ltd.

To find an IFSC on Indian Bank’s Website, you need to follow simple steps using the IFSC Code Finder tool -

  1. Select your bank
  2. Name of the State in which the bank branch is situated
  3. District Name
  4. Area of Bank Branch

Minimum and maximum RTGS and NEFT transaction limit applicable per day is given below:

 

NEFT

RTGS

Minimum

No limit for CBS customers

2 lakh

Maximum

Up to Rs, 50,000 for non-customers

10 lakh

Indian Bank NEFT/RTGS Charges for Retail Customers

Amount

NEFT

RTGS

Up to Rs. 10,000-Rs. 1,00,000

Rs. 2.50+ GST

Rs. 1.25+GST (per 1000)

Above 1,00,000-2,00,000

Rs. 15+GST

NA

Above Rs. 2,00,000- up to 5,00,000

Rs. 25+GST

Rs. 25+GST

Above Rs. 5,00,000- up to 10,00,000

Rs. 25+GST

Rs. 50+GST

 Banking Hours of Indian Bank for NEFT/RTGS Transaction

RTGS

Days

Customer Transaction

Inter-bank Transaction

Monday-Friday

8 AM-4.30 PM

8 AM-7.45 PM

Saturday

8 AM-2 PM

8 AM-3 PM

NEFT

Customer Transaction Only

Monday-Friday

8 AM-7 PM

Saturday

8 AM-1 PM

Using IFSC for NEFT Transfer

NEFT is commonly used to electronically transfer money from one bank account to another. It saves you the hassle of going to the bank and submitting a cheque. You simply need to enter the IFSC code of the bank branch of the beneficiary (any branch within India) and enter the amount of sum you want to transfer. However, the money is transferred to the beneficiary’s account in batches and not instantly.    

Using Indian Bank IFSC Code for RTGS Transfer

RTGS, or Real Time Gross Settlement, offers instant settlement of the transferred funds into the beneficiary’s account (in any Indian bank). As soon as the funds are transferred, the recipient bank receives a notification. The funds have to be credited to the beneficiary’s account within half an hour. To initiate the transaction, you need to provide the IFSC of the bank.  

Using IFSC for IMPS Transfer

Interbank Mobile Payment Services, or IMPS, is a transaction which is done electronically between two banks while using the mobile number of the recipient. The fund is transferred immediately and the transaction can performed anytime and anywhere, even on holidays.


Latest Indian Bank News

Indian Bank launches IndPay mobile app

In a move to empower its customers, Indian Bank has recently launched IndPay mobile app. The app can be used anytime and anywhere on Android, iOS and Windows operating system.

It will allow customers to operate their Indian bank account on the go, in a hassle-free manner. They can get their queries resolved, receive mini-statements, and transfer money using the IndPay mobile app. The customers will be able to easily transfer a maximum amount of Rs. 50,000 in a day.

The Indian Bank is likely to introduce many more digital initiatives in the near future. All the existing Indian Bank customers will be able to access the application, whereas the new customers will need to make a request to their specific bank branch before they can use the app.

To download the Indpay App, send “IndMobile” from your phone to the mobile banking service number of Indian Bank, and you will receive the link to the app in a message.

With the help of the link, you can easily download the app. You can also go to their site http://www.indianbank.in/Indpay.php and download the app from there.

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