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Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank

Here is the IFSC & MICR Codes of Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank, DHUNDHIYAWADI, BANASKANTHA, GUJARAT. Also get the latest address, contact number of Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank, DHUNDHIYAWADI.

Branch
DHUNDHIYAWADI
Address
1ST FLOOR,RACHANA BUILDING,OPP.JILLA PANCHAYAT,PALANPUR-385001 DIST,BANASKANTHA,GUJARAT
Contact
+917573031013
Bank Code
TBMC
MICR
385802004
IFSC Code
TBMC0001003

Frequently asked questions

What's the IFSC Code of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank?

The IFSC Code of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank is TBMC0001003.

What's the Address of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank?

The Address of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank is 1ST FLOOR,RACHANA BUILDING,OPP.JILLA PANCHAYAT,PALANPUR-385001 DIST,BANASKANTHA,GUJARAT.

What's the MICR Code of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank?

The MICR Code of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank is 385802004.

What's the Contact of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank?

The Contact of DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank is +917573031013.

What's the District DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank falls under?

The District DHUNDHIYAWADI, Banaskantha Mercantile Co-operative Bank falls under is PALANPUR.

Definition

What is IFSC Code

IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. It is a unique 11-character code assigned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to identify every bank branch participating in the NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer) system in India.

The IFSC code is used to facilitate electronic money transfers between banks in India. It is used to identify the sender and receiver bank branches, ensuring that the money is credited to the correct account. The IFSC code is made up of three parts:

  • The first four characters represent the bank code, identifying the bank that the branch belongs to.
  • The fifth character is always a zero, reserved for future use.
  • The last six characters represent the branch code, identifying the specific branch of the bank.

For example, the IFSC code for the State Bank of India's Mumbai Fort branch is SBIN0000300. In this code, "SBIN" is the bank code for State Bank of India, "0" is a reserved character, and "000300" is the branch code for the Mumbai Fort branch.

IFSC codes are used in many types of electronic transactions, including NEFT, RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement), and IMPS (Immediate Payment Service).