How to find IFSC Code? Select Your Bank Then State Then District Then Branch To See IFSC Code & Other Details.
The full form of IFSC Code is Indian Financial System Code used for online bank transactions in India as mentioned in IfscCodeRBI.com. IFSC code is a 11 digit code combined with alpha numerical characters assigned by RBI to identify every branch of a Bank uniquely. So, for all online fund transfers/payments of a bank require it's IFSC code and it will be used in the form of NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer), RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) and CFMS (Centralised Funds Management System). SBI ifsc code is no exception for this, SBI too uses similar format, dedicated SBI sites like Sbiifsccode may provide you upto date ifsc codes and other codes.
The SWIFT is short form for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication and BIC is Bank Identifier Code. This is also known as BIC code or SWIFT-BIC code. And it is mainly used for internationall money transfer. It was approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) under ISO 9362.
If you want to double check SWIFT / BIC Codes or IFSC codes of any bank, you can find more accurate IFSC & SWIFT/BIC Codes at Bankswiftifsccode
The MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition: A printing technology used to print alpha-numeric details. MICR Code is printed on cheques and this code is used in cheque processing.
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