STATE BANK OF INDIA IFSC Code, All Branch Address, Phone, IFSC CODE, MICR CODE:-
|wdt_ID||BANK||IFSC Code||Branch Name||District||State||Address||Contact No.||MICR Code||CITY2|
|1||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRVCGB||JHARKHAND RAJYA GRAMIN BANK||DUMKA||JHARKHAND||Rajendra Place, 5, Main Road, Near Over Bridge, Ranchi, JHARKHAND Pin- 834001||2202120||NA||Ranchi|
|2||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRUTGB||UTTARANCHAL GRAMIN BANK||DEHRADUN||UTTARAKHAND||UGB HEAD OFFICE,18 NEW ROAD, DEHRADUN PIN CODE 248001||0||NA||DEHRADUN|
|3||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRUKGB||UTKAL GRAMYA BANK RRB||BOLANGIR||ODISHA||AT. RUGUDIPADA CHHAK, PO-BOLANGIR, DIST-BOLANGIR, PIN-767001||0||NA||BOLANGIR|
|4||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRSRGB||SAURASHTRA GRAMIN BANK||RAJKOT||GUJARAT||S.J.PALACE, GOPALNAGAR, DHEBARBHAI ROAD,RAJKOT-360002||0||NA||RAJKOT|
|5||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRPUGB||PURVANCHAL GRAMIN BANK||GORAKHPUR||UTTAR PRADESH||HEAD OFFICE, MOHADDIPUR, GORAKHPUR||0||NA||GORAKHPUR|
|6||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRNLGB||NAGALAND RURAL BANK RRB||KOHIMA||NAGALAND||OPP. WAR CEMETERY,KOHIMA TOWN, P.O. KOHIMA. PIN 797 001||0||NA||KOHIMA|
|7||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRMIGB||MIZORAM RURAL BANK RRB||AIZAWL||MIZORAM||MIZORAM RURAL BANK, HEAD OFFICE B 5, BABU TILLA, ZARKAWT, P.B.NO.160, AIZAWL796007, MIZORAM||0||NA||ZARKAWT|
|8||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRMEGB||MEGHALAYA RURAL BANK RRB||EAST KHASI HILLS||MEGHALAYA||HEAD OFFICE, M.T.C BUILDING, 2ND FLOOR, POLICE BAZAR, SHILLONG793001||0||793620002||SHILLONG|
|9||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRMBGB||MADHYA BHARAT GRAMIN BANK||SAGAR||MADHYA PRADESH||HEAD OFFICE, PODDAR COLONY, IN FORNT OF POLY. COLLAGE, TILLI ROAD, SAGAR M.P. PIN 470001||0||NA||SAGAR|
|10||STATE BANK OF INDIA||SBIN0RRELGB||ELLAQUAI DEHATI BANK RRB||SRINAGAR||JAMMU AND KASHMIR||SIR SYED MARKET, WAZIR BAGH SRINAGAR KASHMIR, PIN CODE 190008||0||NA||SRINAGAR|
|IFSC Code||Branch Name||District||State|
State Bank of India IFSC Code
State Bank of India IFSC Code is an 11 alphanumeric code that is used to identify a bank branch for electronic transactions like NEFT, RTGS & IMPS. Is alphanumeric code is different for each bank branch of every bank? For example, the SBI Bank IFSC code for the Palam Dabri Mor branch is SBIN0011564 while for the Tagore garden branch the code is SBIN0011563. In the 11 digit code, the first four letters ‘SBIN’ (State Bank of India). The next character ‘0’ is for future reference while the remaining six letters describe the specific branch code of the said bank. It should be mentioned that IFSC Code (Indian Financial System Code) requires individuals to transfer funds through internet banking with options like NEFT, RTGS, IMPS. For seamless fund transfer, it is mandatory to cite the correct IFSC code.
SBI recently revised IFSC codes of some of its branches after a merger deal that it got into, as part of which it joined hands with 5 associate banks and 1 other bank. As part of this process the bank updated the IFSC Code (Indian financial system code) of around 1300 branches on the whole. The new IFSC codes can be found here by entering the bank, branch name and other details in the search window. The Indian Financial System Code, abbreviated IFSC, is composed of both an important letter and a number. This set of characters is mandatory for fund transfer from one bank account to another bank. It is very important to get the correct IFSC from the payee. This code has been assigned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to all banks in India to streamline the fund transfer process.
Here, we have compiled the IFSC codes of a couple of branches of the State Bank of India in Delhi. An individual can find it in the table listed below:
Mode of payment
Open Hours(Monday to Saturday)
Cash, Cheque, Demand Draft and Net Banking
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
State Bank of India Palam Dabri Mor
Cash, Cheque, Demand Draft and Net Banking
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
State Bank of India Tagore Garden
How to Search for SBI IFSC Bank Code and MICR Code?
If a person is looking for IFSC and MICR code of State Bank of India, he can print it on the checkbook provided by the bank. It can also be found on the official website of SBI, but also on some third-party financial websites and other financial comparison website portals. Anyifsc.in is a comparative website that provides State Bank of India IFSC Code. On the main page of the bank market, you go to the bottom of the page called ‘Bank IFSC Code’. Click on the link and you will be taken to another page, in which 4 search tabs will appear. You must enter the particular state you are looking for, the district and the particular branch whose IFSC code you are looking for. Once you enter the details, the site will display not only the IFSC code for the particular branch but also the MICR code, address and contact number for the branch. MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition and is used to verify the originality of paper documents, in particular, to simplify the process involved in its processing and extraction.
How to Transfer Money using SBI Bank NEFT and RTGS Processes?
SBI provides many tools to make worry-free and secure fund transactions not only to other SBI bank branches but also to any other bank branch in the country. Customers can easily use NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS for this purpose.
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):
State Bank of India (SBI) has introduced e-Monis National Electronic Fund Transfer, an electronic fund transfer facility that allows easy, hassle-free, and convenient money transfer. There is no maximum transaction limit for NEFT transactions done at the branch. However, for net banking transactions, the daily limit has been fixed at Rs 1 and a maximum of Rs 10 lakh. For NEFT transfers done online or at the branch, the bank follows a set period of time.
Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS):
RTGS or real-time gross settlement is another quick method of money transfer, where the transfer is done in real-time. RTGS transactions have rapid settlement cycles with the absence of inter-bank or clearing settlement issues. Also, these transactions are not limited to the geographical boundaries of India. There is no transaction limit for transactions done through the branch.
Immediate Payment Service (IMPS):
IMPS (Intermediate Payment Service) is another SWIFT bank-to-bank electronic fund transfer service offered by SBI. With IMPS, customers can send or receive money not only on weekdays but also on Sundays and bank holidays. Through IMPS transfer, as the name suggests, the money is deposited in the receiver’s account within minutes.