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Catholic Syrian Bank (CSB) IFSC Code:

If you’re looking for a safe and secure way to send money to an account within India, the NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer) and Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) services provided by Catholic Syrian Bank would be the choices for you. Started by the Reserve Bank of India to ease the money transfer process, the NEFT and RTGS services are a quick and efficient means to send money across the country. In order to send money online using these services, you would have to input the IFSC (Indian Financial Services Code) Code of the receiving party’s bank branch. This IFSC Code is a unique number assigned to every bank branch within the NEFT network. Assigned by RBI, these IFSC codes help them to monitor online transactions. The IFSC code is a particular bank branch’s identification and is used to aid in the identification of the origin as well as the destination bank branches involved in a particular transaction.

The IFSC code is 11 characters long and made up of both numbers as well as alphabets. The name of the bank makes up the first four characters, while the fifth character is a zero that is left blank for use in the future. The six characters remaining make up the particular bank branch’s code. Catholic Syrian Bank has a number of branches spread across the country, and these have accordingly been assigned IFSC codes. The IFSC code for the Kaloor bank branch located in the city of Kochi, in Ernakulam district in the state of Kerala is CSBK0000112. Here, CSBK identifies the branch as being a Catholic Syrian Bank branch. The fifth character is “0” and “000112” identifies it as the particular branch located in Kaloor.

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If you’re unsure of the IFSC code for a particular bank branch, you needn’t worry since all that information is just a few mouse clicks away. You can find the IFSC code on the bank’s website. Banks print the IFSC code of the branch on the cheque leaves issued by the branch in question. Another quick way to access IFSC codes is through a website like BankBazaar, which gives you IFSC codes for all bank branches across India. Just go to the homepage and scroll to the bottom, where you will find a “Bank IFSC” tab. Click on it and type in the name of the bank on the page that appears. Once you have done so, another page will open up, where you will have to input information such as the branch name, the city, district and state from drop down menus. On entering this information, the IFSC and MICR codes will be displayed on the screen.

Online money transfers are now a secure and speedy way to send money from one bank account to another within India courtesy the NEFT and RTGS services. The services are the quickest ways to send funds through a secure medium, ensuring the funds reach the intended recipient on time. Given below are the ways you can avail these services.

NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer):

The Catholic Syrian Bank offers NEFT services to its customers from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. This service is available from Monday to Saturday, excluding the second and fourth Saturdays. NEFT transactions would be credited to the recipient’s bank account in 11 hourly batches over the course of the day, from 9:00 am-7:00 pm. Any transaction request received after that time, or on public holidays, would be processed on the next business day. NEFT transactions have no upper or lower limit, and fund transfer requests can be made online or by visiting a bank branch. Catholic Syrian Bank charges a fixed amount for providing this service, the details of which are given below:

  • For amounts up to Rs. 10, 000/- , the bank charges Rs. 2.50 for each transaction.
  • For amounts between Rs. 10, 001/- and Rs. 1, 00, 000/-, the bank charges Rs. 5 for each transaction.
  • For amounts between Rs. 1, 00, 001/- and Rs. 2, 00, 000/-, the bank charges Rs. 15 for each transaction.
  • For amounts of Rs. 2, 00, 001/- and above, the bank charges Rs. 25 for each transaction.

RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement):

Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) can be used to send funds wirelessly across the country using the fastest money transfer medium in India. RTGS transfers take place on a real time basis, meaning the money is released as soon as the transaction is processed. Each request is a separate transaction, so once a request is made, it is considered final and cannot be taken back. There is no cap on RTGS transaction amounts, but the minimum amount has to be Rs. 2 lakh.

RTGS services are available Monday-Saturday from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. This service is not available on second and fourth Saturdays in a month. For any requests made after the timings mentioned or those made on holidays, the bank would process them on the next business day.

Catholic Syrian Bank has fixed charges it levies for this service, which are given below:




9:00 am-12:00 pm

12:01-3:30 pm

Rs. 2,00, 000-Rs. 5, 00, 000

Rs. 25/-

Rs. 26/-

Rs. 5, 00, 001 and above

Rs. 50/-

Rs. 51/-

The Catholic Syrian Bank is a private sector bank founded in 1920 in Kerala. Its headquarters are in Thrissur, Kerala and it is one of the oldest banks in India. Originally concentrating on operations within Kerala only, it soon expanded its reach and now has 431 branches across the country, along with 236 ATM’s. The bank provides financial services like loans, deposits and commercial banking services to its customers. The bank aims to provide quality banking services to everyone, with many of its branches located in semi-urban and rural areas.

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    C.V.R. Rajendran will be the new Managing Director and CEO of the Catholic Syrian Bank for a period of three years. His appointment to the position was approved by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Currently, C.V.R. Rajendran is appointed as the CEO of Association of Mutual Fund of India. C.V.R. Rajendran comes with a lot of experience in the banking market, he was the Chairman and Managing Director of Andhra Bank and was Executive Director of Bank of Maharashtra. He is expected to help the bank in its third party and wealth distribution plans.

    18th November 2016

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