Find IFSC Code of BANK OF INDIA, GIRIDIH

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Find IFSC Code of BANK OF INDIA, GIRIDIH



List of IFSC Code of BANK OF INDIA, GIRIDIH

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1AHILYAPURAT & POST AHILYAPURDISTRICT GIRIDIH,
2ALKAPURI CHOWKNEAR CARMEL SCHOOL, GIRIDIHPACHAMBA MAIN ROAD ALKAPURI, DIST. GIRIDIH
3AMO GIRIDIHLDM OFFICE COURT ROAD GIRIDIH
4ATKAG. T. ROADAT & POST ATKA, DIST. GIRIDIH
5BADDIHAAT & P.O.BADDIHAVIA RAJDHANWAR, BLOCK JUMUA, DIST. GIRIDIH
6BAGODARAT & POST BAGODARBAGODAR, DISTT GIRIDIH
7BARWADIHIST FLOOR MARUTHI TOWERTUNDI ROAD
8BEKOBEKO BRANCH VILL BEKO BASTI P O BEKO THANA BAGODAR GIRIDIH PIN 825322
9BENGABADAT & POST BENGABADDISTT GIRIDIH, JHARKHAND
10CHATROAT & POST CHATRODISTRICT GIRIDIH,
11CHOTKI KHARAGDIHAP. O. CHOTKI KHARAGDIHAVIA BENGABAD,
12DANDIDIHAT PO DANDIDIH DIST GIRIDIH JH PIN CODE 815301
13DEORIAT & PO DEORI DISTT. GIRIDIH
14DORANDAAT & POST DORANDAVIA RAJDHANWAR, DISTRICT GIRIDIH,
15DWARPAHARIP. O. DWARPAHARIDISTRICT GIRIDIH,
16GANDEYAT & PO GANDEYDISTT GIRIDIH
17GAWANVILL & POST GAWANDIST. GIRIDIH,
18GHORTHAMBAP. O. ARKHANGOVIA DOMCHACH BAZAR, DIST GIRIDIH
19GIRIDIHKATCHERY ROAD, GIRIDIHDIST. GIRIDIH,
20HIRODIHAT HIRODIHP. O. KISGO,
21ISRI BAZARISRI BAZARDISTRICT GIRIDIH,
22JAMTARA DUMRIAT PO JAMTARA DUMRI PS DUMRI DIST GIRIDIH JHARKHAND PIN CODE 825106
23JAMUAAT & POST JAMUADISTT GIRIDIH, JHARKHAND
24JARMUNEBANARSI COMPLEX JARMUNE 1ST FLOOR HARIHARDHAM RD JARMUNE BAGODAR GIRIDIH PIN CODE 825322
25KALYANDIHAT KALYANDIH, POST PACHAMBAKALYANDIH
26KENDUAVILLAGE KORADIH GANGAPURP. O. ORKHAR,
27KOLDIHAGIRIDIH DUMRI ROAD AT PO KOLDIHA 815301
28LDM OFFICE GIRIDIHLDM OFFICE GIRIDIHBOKARO ZO
29MAHESH MUNDAVILL. & POST MAHESH MUNDABLOCK - GANDEY, RAILWAY STATION, DIST GIRIDIH
30MAKDIHAAT & VILL.MAKDIHA, POST KHARAGDIHABLOCK DEORI, DISTRICT GIRIDIH,
31MIRZAGANJMAIN ROADMIRZAGANJ, DIST GIRIDIH
32NIMIAGHATVILLAGE NIMIAGHATVIA ISRI BAZAR, DIST GIRIDIH
33PARASNATHAT MADHUBHANPARASNATH,
34PARSANVILL. PARSANP.O. KHIJARSOTA, DIST GIRIDIH
35PESHAMVILL.& P.O.PESHAM, BLOCK BIRNIVIA PACHAMBA, DIST. GIRIDIH,
36PHULCHIAT & POST PHULCHIBLOCK GANDEY, DIST GIRIDIH
37PIRTANDDUMRI-GIRIDIH ROADAT & POST PIRTAND, DIST GIRIDIH
38RAJDHANWARRAJDHANWARDISTRICT GIRIDIH,
39REMBAP. O. REMBADISTRICT GIRIDIH,
40SIHODIHAT & PO - SIHODIH
41SURIYAAT & POST SURIYADISTRICT GIRIDIH,
42TISRIAT & P.O. TISRIBLCOK TISRI, DIST GIRIDIH

Here You can find the IFSC Code & MICR for Banks in India. If you do online transaction then you have to use the IFSC code. IFSC used to identify a participating bank branch in the NEFT SFMS message. IFSC code is required for bank account holders to transfer funds online or to send money online from their account to another person's account. In short, we can say that this code is a small address of a bank branch. So let's understand what is the IFSC code?

What Is the Meaning of IFSC Code?

An eleven character code is used to identify any bank branch. This code is called IFSC code. IFSC is an abbreviation of the Indian Financial System Code Which is the unique code of each Bank Branch. What we call IFSC code in short. This is an alpha-numeric code of 11 digits. This helps in finding the details of all bank branches in India. RBI can easily identify any branch in India because of the IFSC code. This code has been given to every bank branch which facilitates the NEFT Transaction system. This system is designed for domestic use only in India.

The Reserve Bank of India has created the NEFT network. IFSC codes are covered under it. Which helps in sending money through RTGS, IMPS or NEFT. IFSC Codes are used by no.of banking institutions in India to carry out RTGS and NEFT transfers. IFSC India Codes are also used for streamlining and identifying monetary transactions between different bank branches and accounts. For these listed bank branches that are participating in NEFT or RTGS, you can check the IFSC Codes.

How to use IFSC Code

IFSC code of bank and branch is required to fund transfer from any bank to other bank. This method used for transfer payment for insurance, expense, purchase, mobile bills payment, bus, flight ticket booking, online shoppings and many more.

What Can You Use the IFSC Code For?

BANK OF INDIA IFSC code is used for online fund transfer transactions via Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT), Immediate Payment Service, an interbank electronic instant mobile money transfer service (IMPS). The main motive of the IFSC is to make internet banking simple and safe.

National Electronic Fund Transfer is known as NEFT. NEFT is a popular Online Fund Transfer System. Using NEFT you can transfer money from one bank or bank branch to another.

Real Time Gross Settlement is known as RTGS. RTGS is used for settling financial transactions through online. To initiate RTGS payment you need to enter the IFSC code of the selected Bank Branch. By using RTGS method you can make payments in a simplified manner. Hence you can easily find your IFSC code for any of the Banks, Bank Branches in India.

Methods of transferring money using BANK OF INDIA IFSC Code

Payment Service NEFT RTGS IMPS UPI
Full Form National Electronic Fund Transfer Real Time Gross Settlement Immediate Payment System Unified Payments Interface
Process Transfer funds in just two hours Instant Instant Instant
Transfer Limit Re.1 to No limit Rs.2 lakh to No limit Re.1 to Rs.2 lakh Rs 1 Lakh or 10 Transactions (calculated on 24 Hours basis)
Operational Timings Available 24*7, 365 days Monday to Saturday (Except 2nd and 4th Saturday and bank holidays) - 7:00 AM to 5:00PM Available 24*7, 365 days Available 24*7, 365 days
Inward Transaction Charges No charges No charges Decided by individual member banks and PPIs No charges