IFSC Bank Code

IFSC Banks

Corporation Bank


Bank of Baroda

Axis Bank


Indian Bank

Canara Bank


Andhra Bank

Punjab National Bank

Syndicate Bank

Bank of Maharastra


UCO Bank

United Bank of India

Indian Overseas

A.P. Mahesh Co-operative Urban Bank

Abhyudaya Co-operative Bank

Ahmedabad Mercantile Bank

Ahmednagar Merchant Bank

Airtel Payments Bank

Ajara Urban Co-operative Bank

Bandhan Bank

Bank of Nova Scotia

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

Baramati Sahakari Bank

Barclays Bank

BNP Paribas Bank

Citizen Credit Bank

Darussalam Urban Bank

Deutsche Bank

DMK Jaoli Bank

Emirates NBD Bank

Durgapur Steel Peoples Bank

Doha Bank

Fincare Small Finance Bank

FirstRand Bank

Greater Bombay Bank

Haryana State Bank

Hasti Bank

Idukki District Bank

India Post Payments Bank

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

Industrial Bank of Korea

J.P. Morgan Chase Bank

Jio Payments Bank

Kangra Bank

KEB Hana Bank

Kookmin Bank

Mashreq Bank

Mizuho Corporate Bank


National Bank of Abu Dhabi

NSDL Payments Bank

Paytm Payments Bank

PT Bank Maybank Indonesia

Qatar National Bank


Rajkot Sahakari Bank

Samarth Sahakari Bank

Sant Sopankaka Bank

Seva Vikas Bank


Shikshak Sahakari Bank

Shinhan Bank

Societe Generale Bank

Smriti Bank


Textile Traders Bank

The Banaskantha Mercantile Cooperative Bank

Woori Bank

Nawanagar Bank

Udaipur Urban Bank

Vasai Janata Sahakari Bank

ANZ Bank


Bhagini Nivedita Bank


Bank of Ceylon

Coastal Bank

Chinatrust Bank

Bank of America

Arvind Sahakari Bank

BBK Bank

Exim Bank

Varachha Bank


The Punjab State Cooperative Bank

Malad Sahakari Bank

Kolhapur Urban Bank

Akola Urban Bank

Thane Bharat Bank


The Chennai Central Cooperative Bank

The Chennai Central Cooperative Bank

The Tamilnadu Industrial Cooperative Bank

The Coimbatore District Central Cooperative Bank

The Cuddalore District Central Cooperative Bank

The Dharmapuri District Central Cooperative Bank

The Dindigul Central Cooperative Bank

Features of IFS Code

  • Smooth online funds transfer: IFSC enables convenient and hassle-free transfer of funds from one bank account to another. The use of IFSC is mandatory in facilitating all the electronic or online transfer of funds via NEFT, RTGS or IMPS
  • Monitoring transactions: IFSC is used by the RBI to keep a regular track of all the banking transactions, thereby minimising the possible chances of any discrepancy in the fund transfer process
  • Unique identification: IFSC helps in the unique identification of all banks and their respective branches, hence helping customers to avoid any possible errors
  • Eliminating Errors: IFSC helps users to carry out the fund transfer process securely, hence eliminating the possible chances of any fraudulent activity in the online funds transfer process

IFSC Code Format

The format of IFSC code contains 11 characters and is a combination of 3 essential components:

  • The first 4 characters represent the bank code
  • The 5th character is a ‘0’
  • The remaining 6 characters signify a specific branch code