Bank IFSC Code and MICR Code Search for All Banks in India

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How to find IFSC code?

IFSC Code can be found easily without facing any difficulty. You just need to provide the right information in the tool which determines the IFSC code of your desired bank. You can find the IFSC Code of any branch using this versatile tool. The tool has following fields-

1) Select Bank - Enter the name of your bank in this category.
2) Select State- Enter the state in which the bank is situated.
3) Select District - Enter the district in which the bank is located.
4) Select Branch- Enter the branch of the bank.
Keep in mind that all the information you have entered should be accurate otherwise you will be unable to get the right IFSC Code.

What is IFSC code and what is its full form?

The full form of IFSC code is Indian Financial System Code.

The IFSC code is a set of eleven characters assigned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which helps to uniquely identify the branch of every bank. The first four characters of IFSC Code represent the bank. The next character is zero (0) that is reserved for the future use and the remaining six characters are the code of the branch.

Online money transfer and payments can be easily carried out using this code. RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement), NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) and CFMS are some payment application systems which use this code.

What is MICR code and what is its full form?

The full form of MICR Code is Magnetic Ink Character Recognition.

It is a 9 digit code which is printed at the bottom of a cheque. MICR Code is also important in order to carry online transactions. Every branch of a bank has its own MICR Code. The first three digits of MICR Code represent the city (City Code). They are aligned with the PIN code we use for postal addresses in India. The next 3 digits represent the bank (Bank Code) and the last 3 digits represent the branch (Branch Code).