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What is a MICR Code?
MICR means Magnetic Ink Character Recognition which is a character-recognition technology used mainly by the banking industry to ease the processing and clearance of cheques and other documents. MICR code has 9 digits and is printed on cheques to facilitate and expedite clearance in banking system. Format of MICR is as follow, first three digits are City Code, second three digits are bank code and last three are branch code

Example: MICR -396002068
City - 396 , Bank - 002, Branch - 068

Literally MICR has got to nerves to many folks out there where they have come up some weird names! But MICR in fact means – Magnetic Ink Character Recognition! 

Have you ever wondered how would the numbers printed on the bottom of the cheque leaves be crucial to clear the cheques? Never right?! So let us have a quick ride through the mysterious MICR... 

MICR’s worth:
Other uses:

MICR is also put into use when the Employer gives a large chunk of salary at one go or when you file the Income Tax Returns.

Spot the MICR - Magnetic Ink Character Recognition:
The Digits and the Mysteries Unravelled:

So with this knowledge even a lay person can comprehend the techniques used by the Banks. So be happy the next time you are about to receive those bundles of money!!!

Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) technology was for the first time introduced in India in the late eighties at the four major metropolitan cities of Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Calcutta. These centres were set up and are managed by the Reserve Bank of India.Read more

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