Idbi Bank Bangalore Rural IFSC Code

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Idbi Bank Bangalore Rural list of IFSC Codes

Name Idbi Bank Ltd
Address No 1/5 (Old) Kaneshumari, No 46/201/202, Abbanakuppe Village, Ittamadu Gram Panchayath, Bidadi Hobli, Ramanagara Taluk, Ramanagara Dist 562109
State Karnataka
District Bangalore Rural
Branch Abbanakuppe
IFSC Code IBKL0001438
MICR Code
Contact No. 9740929161
Name Idbi Bank Ltd
Address Ground Floor, Sangeetha Complex, Banglore-Mysore Highway,Near Bidadi Police Station,Bidadi, Ramangaram District.Pin : 562109,Karnataka
State Karnataka
District Bangalore Rural
Branch Bidadi
IFSC Code IBKL0000437
MICR Code 560259012
Contact No.
Name Idbi Bank Ltd
Address 1St Floor ,S L N Complexopp : R T O Checkpostdevanahallibangalore Ruralkarnataka562 110
State Karnataka
District Bangalore Rural
Branch Devanahalli
IFSC Code IBKL0000212
MICR Code 560259007
Contact No.
Name Idbi Bank Ltd
Address "Annapooreneshwari Complex" #3902B/6516B, Budhikere Road (Near Bus Stand), Kankpura-562117
State Karnataka
District Bangalore Rural
Branch Kanakpura
IFSC Code IBKL0000919
MICR Code 560259019
Contact No.
Name Idbi Bank Ltd
Address Nandgudi Hobli, Hosakote Taluk
State Karnataka
District Bangalore Rural
Branch Shivanapura
IFSC Code IBKL0001436
MICR Code 560259026
Contact No. 9620274154
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How to find Idbi Bank Bangalore Rural NEFT, RTGS and IMPS codes?

Idbi Bank Bangalore Rural NEFT, RTGS and IMPS codes can be found in the table provided. These codes are same as IFSC codes and have to be used for the purpose of net banking. This type of transfer is of three types-. As already said these are conducted online, with NEFT being carried out in the batches and NEFT or RTGS or IMPSRTGS separately. On the other hand IMPS is a mobile transfer service which works 24X7. These modes of money transfers can be used to make bill payments, insurance payments, fund transfer and online purchases.

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Idbi Bank IFSC codes in Bangalore Rural

Idbi Bank IFSC codes in Bangalore Rural are used to transfer funds between two branches of the bank. The IFSC codes of Idbi Bank in Bangalore Rural serve as the unique identity of every branch in Bangalore Rural for the purpose of NEFT or RTGS or IMPS. Therefore, each branch of Idbi Bank in Bangalore Rural possess it unique IFSC code. The list of IFSC Codes of Idbi Bank in Bangalore Rural, are provided by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), and customers may note, only RBI approved branches of a bank can offer net-banking facility to customers.

How to find Idbi Bank IFSC codes in Bangalore Rural?

The IFSC codes of the branches of Idbi Bank in Bangalore Rural can be found in the table provided, along with the address and phone number of the branch. To make it easy, just select the city from the dropdown list or simply click on the link for the cities mentioned on the right side of the table. Idbi Bank IFSC codes in Bangalore Rural can be located here.

How to look for Idbi Bank IFSC codes in Bangalore Rural?

The IFSC codes for the branches of Idbi Bank in Bangalore Rural in Karnataka state can be obtained by using the search box or just by browsing through the table; alternately, you can also use the control options provided at the bottom of the table.

What is meant by RTGS transfer?

The full form of RTGS is Real Time Gross Settlement, as the continuous (real-time) settlement of funds transfers individually on an order by order basis (without netting). To transfer funds using RTGS, you need to provide the IFSC code of the recipient branch to identify it. It should be noted that all branches do not have IFSC code. Learn more about RTGS.

What is IFSC IMPS transfer?

'IMPS' is Immediate Payment Service and is commonly called Interbank Mobile Payment Service. Here also, IFSC code of the recipient bank has to be provided to conduct the money transfer operation at any time in 24 hours. This service is provided by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), an organization that regulates retail payments in India. Get more information about IMPS.