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IFSC Codes By Popular Banks

Syndicate Bank New Delhi IFSC Code

Bank: Syndicate Bank

IFSC Code: SYNB0009004

MICR Code: 110025010

Branch: Cnnaught Circus Super Bazar

District: New Delhi

State: Delhi

Address: F-40 , Connaught Place, New Delhi

Syndicate Bank Gurgaon IFSC Code

Bank: Syndicate Bank

IFSC Code: SYNB0008245

MICR Code: 110025177

Branch: DLF Gurgaon

District: Gurgaon

State: Haryana

Address: A-209, Supermart-1, DLF Phase-IV, Gurgaon

Syndicate Bank Maharastra IFSC Code

Bank: Syndicate Bank

IFSC Code: SYNB0005094

MICR Code: 400025097

Branch: Lokhandwala Andheri

District: Mumbai

State: Maharashtra

Address: Maurya Opp Infinity Hall Link Road

Syndicate Bank West Bengal IFSC Code

Bank: Syndicate Bank

IFSC Code: SYNB0009594

MICR Code: 700025002

Branch: Kolkata Alipore

District: Kolkata

State: West Bengal

Address: 8-B, Alipore Road, Kolkatta, West Bengal

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

RBI has assigned IFSC Code to all the Syndicate Bank branches in order to facilitate smooth online transactions. With this code, RBI can monitor different transactions to/from various bank branches.

Just like all the other banks, Syndicate Bank IFSC Code is also an 11-digit numeric code that comprises of both numbers and alphabets. Syndicate Bank IFSC Code for all the bank branches is unique (to avoid any ambiguity). For transferring funds to any of the Syndicate bank’s account you would need to provide the specific Syndicate bank IFSC Code of that branch. It will ensure that the funds are easily and safely transferred to the beneficiary’s bank branch.

E.g. Syndicate Bank IFSC Code for CHANAKYA PURI Branch in New Delhi is “SYNB0009124”.

About Syndicate Bank

India's own and one of the oldest banks is the Syndicate Bank, formerly known as Canara Industrial and Banking Syndicate Limited. The bank is spread across India, extending its services to thousands of customers.

There is no growth without innovation. And that innovation is brought about by the Syndicate Bank through its online banking concept. The bank's net banking process is simple, user-friendly and highly secure. It uses all the latest security provisions like the use of OTP (One Time Password), iPin (Internet Pin) and the IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) to stabilize and secure the transactions done by a customer in his account through Net Banking.

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

Simply enter the bank’s full name and branch name to find the IFSC code and MICR code online. Syndicate Bank IFSC Code for all the branches is easily available online on the RBI’s website and also on the bank’s site. Nowadays, it is also available on third-party websites.

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

If you hold an account in the Syndicate Bank then you look for MICR codes and Syndicate Bank IFSC code on your passbook and cheque book.

Syndicate Bank IFSC Code

Information Required to Transfer Funds through Any Mode of Payment

Using the Syndicate Bank IFSC Code, the funds can be transferred online by following the steps listed below:

  1. Log in to your Syndicate bank net banking account
  2. Select the ‘transfer’ tab
  3. Select ‘Transfer to Other Banks’ Option
  4. Enter the payee’s account details
  5. Now, easily transfer the money

How to Transfer Money through Syndicate Bank NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS processes?

You can transfer money electronically from one bank account to another in a fastest and secure manner. Almost every Syndicate bank branch is NEFT enable and most of the branches support RTGS and IMPS. Therefore, you can transfer funds with ease without the hassle of visiting a bank branch.

Syndicate Bank NEFT

All the Syndicate Bank account holders can send money to all the NEFT-enabled bank branched in India. Currently, it is one of the fastest, authenticated, and simple electronic fund transfer mechanism. Money can be sent to anyone and anywhere in India using the IFSC code. To send money to a Syndicate bank branch you would need to provide the specific Syndicate Bank IFSC code and the same applies to other banks.

For all the NEFT transaction, the remitter needs to provide the account details of the beneficiary, including the IFSC code. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) manages all the RBI transactions. For a successful NEFT transaction, one must have access to internet banking username and password.

NEFT from Syndicate Bank to Other Bank

  1. Visit the official website of the bank
  2. Log in with your internet banking username and password
  3. Select the Payment option
  4. Click on NEFT
  5. Submit the payee details, payment details, and any other details.
  6. Cross verify the details
  7. Click on the ‘Confirm’ option
  8. Enter the ‘Submit’ button

Adding a Beneficiary for NEFT Transactions

  • Visit the official website of the bank
  • Log in with your internet banking username and password
  • Select ‘Add Beneficiary’ Option
  • Enter the beneficiary details like name of the payee, payee’s account number, bank and branch details, and IFSC code
  • Cross verify the details
  • Click on the ‘Add’ option

Syndicate Bank RTGS

RTGS is an acronym for real-time gross settlements. It is suitable for online transactions above INR 2 lakhs. It is an instant and fastest mode of electronic funds transfer. The money can be sent to a registered payee/beneficiary but for that, you need to initiate an RTGS payment request by submitting and filling the Syndicate Bank’s RTGS form.

Syndicate Bank IMPS

Syndicate Bank facilitates IMPS (Intermediate Payment System) to transfer funds from one bank account to another instantaneously. Even a small amount of money can be transferred by entering the IFSC code and the account number in your mobile app or internet.

Syndicate Bank NEFT Fees and Charges

As per the RBI guidelines and the bank’s policy, currently, the bank charges Rs.5 for each transaction up to Rs.1.00 lakh. The request for NEFT funds transfer is processed on the next working day.

The Beneficiary’s account will be credited in a maximum of 2 working days from the time of the transaction request.

All the transactions post 6.00 PM on working days and after 3.00 PM on Saturdays will be processed on the next working day.

Syndicate Bank IFSC Code - FAQs

Q1. What are the benefits of Syndicate Bank IFSC Code?

Ans: The remitter can look for IFS code online and will derive the bank and the branch name, branch address, and other details. The benefits of Syndicate Bank IFSC code in online transactions are:

  • Internet banking transactions
  • Instant money transfer
  • Secured transactions
  • Easy transfer of money through NEFT/RTGS/IMPS
  • Paperless money transfer
  • Quick validation and settlement

Q2. Do I need Syndicate Bank IFSC code while transferring funds?

Ans: Yes, you would require Syndicate bank IFSC code while transferring funds from one bank account to another. It is mandatory to provide the IFSC code of the recipient’s branch.

Q3. What are the benefits of IMPS Funds Transfer?

Ans: The main benefits of IMPS fund transfers are given below:

  • Easy and time-saving
  • Instant fund transfer
  • 24*7 transaction facility
  • The payee and the sender get debit and credit updates
  • Safe and secure transaction

Q4. Where can I look for Syndicate bank IFSC code for a Specific Branch?

Ans: Syndicate Bank’s IFSC code is written on the cheque book and is also available online on the bank’s site/RBI website/Policy Bazaar’s website.

Q5. Can Syndicate bank IFSC code of two Bank branches be the same?

Ans: No, Syndicate bank IFSC code is different for all the branches. It is a unique code and every branch has its own Syndicate Bank IFSC Code.

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