BANK OF INDIA has branches in 2 District of SIKKIM State
SIKKIM BANK OF INDIA IFSC Code, RTGS, NEFT and IMPS codes?
The IFSC code
is often referred to as RTGS code
since it is used to transfer money using RTGS
is not the same
as the branch code
(Indian Financial System Code
) consists of eleven
characters and is used to identify the bank and its branch.
The Bank IFSC code can be used both by its RTGS and NEFT
fund transfer systems. IFSC stands for Indian Financial
System Code. The Payment System Software like RTGS,
CFMS, and NEFT developed by its Reserve Bank of India
utilize these codes. The code includes 11 Characters -
First 4 figures represent the entity, the Fifth position
has defaulted with a 0 for future usage, and the Last 6
character refers to the branch individuality.
BANK OF INDIA SIKKIM IFSC code can be used for online money transfer systems like RTGS, NEFT, and IMPS. IFSC or Indian Financial System Code
is a unique identification number that is used to identify each branch of a BANK OF INDIA The code is used by all the Indian banks that participate in the NEFT, RTGS, IMPS payment settlement systems. BANK OF INDIA has many branches in SIKKIM but it is very difficult to visit the bank each time.
consists of eleven digit code
which comprises of first four
letters like 'AAAA', the fifth digit is 0 followed by the last 6 digits which
represent the specific BANK OF INDIA branch code
. Here's an example, the IFSC code
BANK OF INDIA branch
at 11, Ganesh House, MG Road,
SIKKIM (Only Test), is AAAA0007587.
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