The IFSC Code or the Indian Financial System Code is 11 digit alpha numeric numbers among which the first four characters united identify the respective bank. The next four characters are control characters and the last three digits are the identification of the bank branch. The OFSC codes are printed on the cheque leaves. This code is used for electronic money transfer and eliminates any chances of confusion in the same or in different cities.
The MICR code which is also known as magnetic ink character recognition technology is used for the purpose of checking important documents and cheques to ensure security and avoid crimes. The MICR is used by the retailers to lessen their exposure to cheque fraud. Corporations and government offices use this technology to fasten the sorting of documents.
Below given are some of the IFSC and MICR codes of SBI bank:
KOLKATTA MAIN BRANCH SBIN0000001 / 700002021 AGARTALA SBIN0000002 / 799002002 AKBARPUR(AMBEDKAR NAGAR ) SBIN0000003 / 224002001 ALIPORE SBIN0000004 / 700002002 ALIPUR DUARS SBIN0000005 / 736002005 Allahabad Main Branch SBIN0000006 / 211002002 ANGUL SBIN0000007 / 759002001 ARARIA SBIN0000009 / 854002102 ARRAH SBIN0000010 / 802002020 ASANSOL SBIN0000011 / 713002100 ASKA SBIN0000012 / 761002010 AURANGABAD SBIN0000013 / 824002002 BAHRAICH SBIN0000015 / 271002035 BALASORE SBIN0000016 / 756002001 BALLIA SBIN0000017 / 277002002 BALLYGUNGE SBIN0000018 / 700002010 BALRAMPUR SBIN0000019 / 271002028 BALURGHAT SBIN0000020 / 733002102 BANDA SBIN0000021 / 210002016 BANKURA SBIN0000022 / 722002002 BARABONKI SBIN0000023 / 225002001 BARASAT SBIN0000024 / 700002184 BARGARH SBIN0000025 / 768002013 BARH SBIN0000026 / 803002102 BARIPADA SBIN0000027 / 757002001 BARPETA SBIN0000028 / 781002102 BARRACKPORE SBIN0000029 / 700002214 BASIRHAT SBIN0000030 / 743002101