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  • IFSC code For BANK OF INDIA

    IFSC code for BANK OF INDIA means Indian Financial System code provided by RBI to BANK OF INDIA. This code will provide information about bank and its branch so it could be easy to locate it. If a person has IFSC code of BANK OF INDIA he can easily know it is for which branch in whole country. This code is unique and used for transaction purpose.

    How to find BANK OF INDIA IFSC code?

    IFSC codes for BANK OF INDIA are easily available on this site. There is list of all States where BANK OF INDIA is situated. Person needs to select state, district, city and then branch of BANK OF INDIA in drop down menu to get Its IFSC code. If a person knows IFSC code of BANK OF INDIA then he can confirm by using option “Search by IFSC code” which is available upside on page.

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State wise list of all BANK OF INDIA - NEFT/RTGS (IFSC) enabled branches in Inida

In The following states, BANK OF INDIA has branch/branches. Select an individual state link to view the complete list of districts, where BANK OF INDIA has NEFT(IFSC) enabled branch/branches.
1.  ANDHRA PRADESH
2.  ASSAM
3.  BIHAR
4.  CHANDIGARH
5.  CHHATTISGARH
6.  DAMAN & DIU
7.  DELHI
8.  GOA
9.  GUJARAT
10.  HARYANA
11.  HIMACHAL PRADESH
12.  JAMMU & KASHMIR
13.  JHARKHAND
14.  KARNATAKA
15.  KERALA
16.  MADHYA PRADESH
17.  MAHARASHTRA
18.  MEGHALAYA
19.  ORISSA
20.  PONDICHERRY
21.  PUNJAB
22.  RAJASTHAN
23.  SIKKIM
24.  TAMIL NADU
25.  TRIPURA
26.  UTTAR PRADESH
27.  UTTARAKHAND
28.  WEST BENGAL

How BANK OF INDIA involves IFSC code for NEFT transaction?

BANK OF INDIA provides NEFT transaction service for which IFSC code is must. NEFT is National Electronic Fund Transfer Which transfer money online to any branch of any bank from BANK OF INDIA. NEFT transaction takes few hours to transfer money by BANK OF INDIA as settlement of transaction in NEFT done 11 times a day. IFSC code for NEFT transaction is required by BANK OF INDIA.

How BANK OF INDIA involves IFSC codes in RTGS transfer?

IFSC code for BANK OF INDIA gives information specifically about its branch. BANK OF INDIA RTGS is Real time gross settlement process which is an online transaction process. BANK OF INDIA requires IFSC code for RTGS process. RTGS is different from NEFT because it settles transaction individually not 11 times in batches. RTGS transfers money immediately in banking hours.

Here are IFSC codes for BANK OF INDIA

Here on this site IFSC code for BANK OF INDIA all branches in all states are available. We have taken these IFSC codes from RBI official site to confirm accuracy.

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