Indian Bank IFSC Code

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Indian Bank, A Erayamanagalam, Tiruchengodu

IFSC: IDIB000A162 Copy Copy
Branch :A ErayamanagalamDistrict :TiruchengoduState :Tamil Nadu
Address:5/110 A Kokkarayanpettai Main Roada Erayamangalam Posta Erayamangalamtiruchengode Taluk Namakkal Tamil Nadu-637210

Indian Bank, A S Rao Nagar, Khapra

IFSC: IDIB000A135 Copy Copy
Branch :A S Rao NagarDistrict :KhapraState :Andhra Pradesh
Address:No 1-241/2, Bhavani Nagar, Ecil, Kapra Hyderabad 500 062

Indian Bank, Abbigere, Peenya

IFSC: IDIB000A192 Copy Copy
Branch :AbbigereDistrict :PeenyaState :Karnataka
Address:No.6, Abbigere Main Road, Global Nandanam Apartments, Abbigere, Bangalore, Karnataka, Pin-560090Phone:9449864193

Indian Bank, Abhanpur, Abhanpur

IFSC: IDIB000A172 Copy Copy
Branch :AbhanpurDistrict :AbhanpurState :Chhattisgarh
Address:Nh-30, Near New Bus Stand, Dhamtari Road, Abhanpur, Raipur Dist, Chhattisgarh, Pin - 493661Phone:2774411

Indian Bank, Abhay Khand,indirapuram, Ghaziabad

IFSC: IDIB000A158 Copy Copy
Branch :Abhay Khand,indirapuramDistrict :GhaziabadState :Uttar Pradesh
Address:Mahaluxmi Square , C-1 Abhaykhand Ii Indirapuram 201010

Indian Bank, Abhiramapuram, Chennai

IFSC: IDIB000A092 Copy Copy
Branch :AbhiramapuramDistrict :ChennaiState :Tamil Nadu
Address:No. 63 C P Ramaswamy Road Abhiramapuram 600018

Indian Bank, Abivirutheeswaram, Kodavasal

IFSC: IDIB000A114 Copy Copy
Branch :AbivirutheeswaramDistrict :KodavasalState :Tamil Nadu
Address:West Street, Abiviritheeswaram Kodavasal Taluk Tiruvarur 613705

Indian Bank, Abohar, Abohar

IFSC: IDIB000A214 Copy Copy
Branch :AboharDistrict :AboharState :Punjab
Address:Opposite Fire Brigade Near Bus Stand AboharPhone:1634222800

Indian Bank, Abrama, Valsad, Valsad

IFSC: IDIB000A210 Copy Copy
Branch :Abrama, ValsadDistrict :ValsadState :Gujarat
Address:Indian Bank Valsad Dharamapuri Road Opp Pramukh Sannidhya AbramaPhone:2632226559


Indian Bank IFSC code: All you need to know

Indian Bank IFSC code is a unique 11-character alphanumeric code that helps in identifying specific branches of the bank. IFSC Code of Indian Bank is used by Indian Bank account holders to send/transfer money online through NEFT/RTGS/IMPS facilities. Indian Bank customers are also required to provide IFSC code of their Indian Bank branch. Indian Bank account holders can search Indian Bank IFSC code of their branch on


Indian Bank IFSC code: All you need to know

Indian Bank IFSC code is a unique 11-character alphanumeric code that helps in identifying specific branches of the bank. IFSC Code of Indian Bank is used by Indian Bank account holders to send/transfer money online through NEFT/RTGS/IMPS facilities. Indian Bank customers are also required to provide IFSC code of their Indian Bank branch. Indian Bank account holders can search Indian Bank IFSC code of their branch on this IFSC code search page of financialexpress.com. Here, you can search Indian Bank IFSC code by providing inputs like your state, city and branch on top of this page under "Indian Bank IFSC Code". On this page, you can also find IFSC code of some of the top search branches of Indian Bank. You can also find Indian Bank branch details and address with the help your IFSC code by using the 'Search IFSC Code by Bank' feature on this page.


The full form of IFSC is Indian Financial System Code. The Reserve Bank of India has assigned this unique code for each branch of Indian Bank. The IFSC code enables the electronic transfer of funds. Now Indian Bank customers can transfer funds online 24x7 throughout the year, as per RBI guidelines.  


Indian Bank IFSC Code for Online Transaction

Indian Bank IFSC code helps on making an online transaction. With the help of IFSC Code, you can send money to any account of the Indian Bank and also receive money from any account of Indian Bank. Indian Bank IFSC code is also required to send/transfer money through NEFT facility from a Indian Bank branch. There are certain limits on the amount that you can transact through Indian Bank account online. Hence, you must check the maximum and minimum limit on the amount for which you can make a transaction online. This information is available on the official website of the Indian Bank. 


 Indian Bank IFSC code is a must for online transactions. Suppose you have borrowed Rs 10,000 from a friend and want to return it using your net banking facility. To send the money, you need to first add your friend's details like account number, bank and branch name and address and IFSC code of your friend's bank branch. You can send money through net banking 24x7 to your friend, even if he/she doesn't have an account in Indian Bank. You will have to add your friend as a beneficiary with his bank account details on your bank's net banking portal. 


Indian Bank IFSC Code format

The first four characters of Indian Bank IFSC code denotes the bank names while the fifth character is zero. The remaining six characters of the IFSC code of Indian Bank are unique and assigned for each branch of the Indian Bank. Thus there are three components of Indian Bank IFSC code. 


1. Bank name denoted by first four characters of the Indian Bank IFSC code

2. Zero as the fifth character. Zero is used as the fifth character of the Indian Bank IFSC code is reserved for future use by the Reserve Bank of India. 

3. The last six characters show the unique Indian Bank branch code. No two branches of Indian Bank can have same IFSC codes.


How to find Indian Bank IFSC code

You can find the IFSC code of your Indian Bank branch on the cheque book issued by the Indian Bank. You can also find IFSC code of any branch of Indian Bank on Financial Express IFSC code page. 


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