Using the IFSC code, find out a bank's branch information.
Do you need to know which bank an IFSC code belongs to? To make sure the IFSC code is correct before sending an NEFT or RTGS payment to a bank account, use the Search by IFSC code function.
The 11-digit character that appears frequently on cheque leaves from your bank or other bank-sponsored materials is known as the IFSC or Indian Financial System Code. You can identify the IFSC and MICR codes on a bank check
The first four digits of the IFSC represent the name of the bank, followed by a 0 (the fifth digit), and the final six represent the branch of the bank. The IFSC code is also located on the top of a check leaf next to the bank account number.
If you are looking for a way to search by IFSC code, there are a few different options that you can use. One option is to use the Reserve Bank of India's website. Another option is to use a website that specializes in providing IFSC codes.