Bank Of India IFSC Code

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Bank Of India, Mumbai (main), Mumbai

IFSC: BKID0000001 Copy Copy
Branch :Mumbai (main)District :MumbaiState :Maharashtra
Address:70/80, Mahatma Gandhi Roadpost Box No.238,Phone:2672189

Bank Of India, Andheri (west), Mumbai

IFSC: BKID0000002 Copy Copy
Branch :Andheri (west)District :MumbaiState :Maharashtra
Address:Bank Of India Bldg., Ground Floor28, S. V. Road,Phone:26280229

Bank Of India, Mumbai Central, Mumbai

IFSC: BKID0000005 Copy Copy
Branch :Mumbai CentralDistrict :MumbaiState :Maharashtra
Address:Sahkti Sadan C Blkdr Dada Saheb BhadakaPhone:3098556

Bank Of India, Santacruz, Mumbai

IFSC: BKID0000040 Copy Copy
Branch :SantacruzDistrict :MumbaiState :Maharashtra
Address:Green Bungalow, S. V. Roadpost Box No. 6903,Phone:26498016

Bank Of India, Jamshedpur, Jamshedpur

IFSC: BKID0004500 Copy Copy
Branch :JamshedpurDistrict :JamshedpurState :Jharkhand
Address:Bistupurpost Box No. 36,Phone:6572731483

Making fund transfer online through various means such as NEFT, RTGS or IMPS is getting simpler and faster than before. In addition to information such as bank account number, the name of the bank and branch etc, an important piece of detail is the IFSC code. IFSC is the Indian Financial System

Making fund transfer online through various means such as NEFT, RTGS or IMPS is getting simpler and faster than before. In addition to information such as bank account number, the name of the bank and branch etc, an important piece of detail is the IFSC code. IFSC is the Indian Financial System Code that essentially is the unique identification of each bank branch in the country. Every branch of the same bank will have its own unique IFSC code. In order to standardise the code, every IFSC has been made an 11-digit alpha-numeric code. The first 4 digit represents the bank name, while the fifth digit is always a zero. The rest six digits represent the branch code and are numerical in nature. For example, If the IFSC of a bank branch is ICIC0000091 ( only for illustration), the first 4 digits will that be of the bank and the last six will be unique to the branch of the bank. To know the IFSC number, one may contact the bank branch or locate it on the cheque leaflet. IFSC code is also printed on the passbook of the account holders. The use of IFSC arises at the time of making an online fund transfer to a beneficiary or while receiving funds online from a remitter.

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