IFSC Code of State bank of India Dharmanagar Bazar Branch is SBIN0015806 which is located in Dharmanagar, North Tripura, Tripura along with that you will also find a contact number, address, Below table contains all details about SBI Dharmanagar Bazar branch.
SBI Dharmanagar Bazar Branch IFSC Code:SBIN0015806
SBI Dharmanagar Bazar Branch Detailed Informations
The below table contains SBI Dharmanagar Bazar information like IFSC Code, BSR Code, SWIFT Code, MICR Code, Address, State, District, Pin Code, Branch Contact Number/Phone Number, Email Id, Opening and Closing time.
|Branch Name||SBI Dharmanagar Bazar|
|Branch Contact Number/Phone Number||8730004021|
|Open and Close Timing||10 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday, Saturday 10 am to 2 pm|
|Do they have a locker facility?||Yes|
|Online Banking Website||https://www.onlinesbi.com/|
|Banking Apps||YONO SBI|
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What is IFSC Code?
IFSC Code or Indian Financial System Code is a unique 11 digit number contains numbers and alphabets. IFSC Code is used to transfer funds online using NEFT, IMPS, RTGS. The IFSC code is a unique code provided by the Reserve Bank of India. IFSC code is mandatory to do any online transactions in India.
Importance of IFSC Code
Its unique identification helps to identify a particular bank branch.
It helps to eliminate errors while transferring money online.
IFSC Code made RTGS, IMPS, NEFT transactions easier than before.
Format of IFSC Code
The first four characters represent the bank name and the fifth character is a ZERO, the last six characters are digits or numbers which represents the branch code.
|Bank Code||zero||Branch Code|
How to Know IFSC Code of SBI Dharmanagar Bazar?
Its simple, if you have a passbook of your account, you will find the IFSC code is printed on the passbook. If you don’t find it there you can search the IFSC code here on dainiksambad.
Use of IFSC Codes
One can use IFSC code to transfer money online using NEFT, IMPS, or RTGS. If you use online banking or banking apps for doing transactions, you must know your IFSC code to received money and to transfer money to others.