What is IFSC and its uses?
Indian Financial System Code
IFSC code is a unique code for each bank branch, which is of eleven(11) digits in length. First 4 digit signifies bank short code and next 7 digit identified as branch code. IFSC a powerful code which is used to transfer/transact money online by national electronic fund transfer (NEFT) or by Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) without any hassles and papers. IFSC is mandatory for any of online transactions making india a digitally superpower
About IFSC and MICR codes in this site
IFSC abrreviated as "Indian Financial System Code" and MICR abbreviated as "Magnetic Ink Character Recognition"
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