Indian Financial System Code, popularly known as IFSC code, is an 11-digit alphanumeric code that helps identify the individual bank branches. IFSC code is used to transfer funds online for NEFT, IMPS, and RTGS transactions. First four digit characters represent the bank, followed by a zero (0), and the last 6 characters, usually number, represent the bank branch.
Customer can find IFSC code on their bank’s cheque leaves, passbooks, bank statement and other banking documents.
Unique branch identification: Through an IFSC code, the particular branches of source and destination banks can be identified.
Useful for electronic transfer: It is used for online fund transfer like NEFT, RTGS & IMPS, and helps eliminate errors.
This helps customers search for IFSC code of any branch of any bank across the country.
The Surat District Co-operative Bank Ltd. was registered on 7 June 909 as The Surat District Co-operative (Urban) Union Ltd. In the year 9, it had undertaken banking activities in absolute terms and in 9 The Surat District Co-operative (Urban) union was converted into The Surat District Co-operative Bank Ltd. The bank extended work to the entire Surat District, which had Talukas and a vast working area with geographical variation.
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