Find Branch Details/Address/MICR Code By IFSC Code.
Enter 11 character of IFSC CODE
IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code.
An IFSC code is an alphanumeric code specific to the branch of a bank. It is a unique identification number that is a pre-requisite in wire transfer.
SBI IFSC codes are used in RTGS, NEFT and IMPS transfers, without which these transfers are impossible.The RBI provides these codes to the banks.
SBI has many branches across the nation. The IFSC code of each of these branches is unique and varied. For instance, the IFSC code of a Bangalore branch will be different from that of a Mumbai one.
SBI IFSC codes consist of eleven letters, which includes both numbers and letters. The first four letters ‘SBIN’ denote the bank.Then there is a zero in the middle, which is set aside for future use. The last six letters uniquely identify the branch.
It is important to know the IFSC code of your branch. It is easy to find it out too. Most cheque books contain the code for your convenience. The bank’s website and many other dedicated websites contain the IFSC code listing.
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