Find IFSC Code, MICR Code and Bank Branch Code in India. You can look up for list of banks and those IFSC Codes and bank details can be found with IFSC code vise versa IFSC can be with bank name. Search for MICR code of a branch, 175k+ IFSC code are made available with categorized based on bank, state, district, city and branch.

How to search IFSC / MICR Codes ?

IFSC branch code are searchable from the below drop down list. First you need to select your bank from the following drop down list after that select your state, then select your district, then city and finally select the branch of your bank to know the IFSC Code.

Search IFSC Codes of all banks in India!

You can search through 1,75,000 IFSC Codes of 263 Banks in India! Here it is easy for you to find respective bank and it's branch information which updated by adding IFSC codes of banks as they are provided by RBI.


How can I find IFSC code for a Bank?
The easiest way to Find IFSC Code for Banks in India is to start by the Bank you are looking for. You can further filter list of IFSC Codes by State, District and City. Or you may directly key in first few characters of Branch Name, Locality or address. You can also try our FAST search to find Codes by Branch, Address or Locality. You can also Search by IFSC Code. If you already know IFSC code you want to know branch details of respective ifsc code, simply click on Search by IFSC code enter the ifsc code and then click on submit button.

What is IFSC code?
IFSC is a short of Indian Financial System Code which is an alphanumeric code that facilitates electronic funds transfer in India. A unique Code identifies particular branch of a participating bank in the two main Payment and settlement systems in India: namely RTGS and NEFT which are used to route the messages to the destination banks/branches on payment settlement.

Format of IFSC code:
Indian Financial System Code consist of 11-characters with the 1st four alphabetic characters representing the bank name, and the last six characters (Numaric or Alphabetic) representing the branch. The fifth character is 0 (zero) and reserved for future use.

How to use IFSC Code in NEFT & RTGS fund transfer?
To make payment online through fund transfer from one bank to another bank or same bank different branch, the IFSC Code is required. We know that IFSC is printed on bank cheques.

Online payment throgh e-banking:
Now-a-days, the world became a small village due to internet. We can buy/purchase things/items from different parts of the world like if we are from India we can buy Apple Iphone from US through online shopping and you can make payment also online. IFSC is used for online banking. Online mode of payments such as insurance premium payments, Mobile bill payments, Electricity bills, Water bills, Bus tickes, Train ticket and flight ticket booking, online shopping payment, loan emi payments, stock exchange online Share/equity/commodities Trading a/c Fund Transfer, purchasing mutual funds, bonds, buying digital gold, paytm transactions. domain renewals, purchasing cloths online like myntra, Flipkart, amazon, jabong where you need to add IFSC at the time when you wish to refund money to your bank account.
IFSC Code Home is here providing information all about IFSC Codes, MICR codes, Banks and their branch details such as branch address, branch ifsc code or micr code and branch contact number so you can find info about a bank branch at one place. In India, there are 170+ banks present which includes private banks, nationised banks, public banks, schedule banks, gramina banks and co-operative banks etc. The major banks in India as follow SBI, Punjab National Bank, ICICI Bank,Bank of Baroda, Axis Bank, HDFC,Bank of India and Union Bank of India and Canara bank etc.