The Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) is a 11 digit code for identifying the bank and branch in which an account is held. The ifsc code is used for inter bank fund transfer in India including NEFT and RTGS. The ifsc number may also be frequently referred to as "neft code" or "rtgs code". For more information on ifsc code, refer this FAQ.
Total listing: 185 banks and more than 140000 branches in our database. Ifsc code database last updated on May 12, 2017 (RBI neft list as on May 10, 2017).
Disclaimer: IFSC data on this site is taken from websites of RBI and participating banks, however, it could include technical or other mistakes, inaccuracies or typographical errors. Users are requested to confirm with the respective bank before using the information provided.