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To get the up-to-date Indian Financial System Codes (IFSC) for Indian Banks operating under the Reserve Bank of India’s National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) guidelines, go to http://www.rbi.org.in/scripts/neft.aspx and click on “List of NEFT enabled bank branches.” It’s an 8 MB Microsoft Excel file.
Tip: There are about 43,000 rows in this file! Luckily, there’s an easy way to find the IFSC for your particular Bank and Branch. Here’s how.
- Open the file in Microsoft Excel.
- On the Data menu select Filter and then AutoFilter.
- This will change the cells in the first row into drop-down boxes. You can now easily filter the data by selecting your particular Bank and Branch in cells A1 and D1.
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