State wise list of Nagar Urban Co Operative Bank IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
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IFSC code, an 11 digit alphanumeric code, is to be used by individuals in order to transfer funds from their bank account to a recipient account via Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) or National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT). MICR is a 9 digit code that is used to identify bank branches while clearing cheques. Reserve Bank of India assigns IFSC codes to branches of a bank so as to identify them and eliminate any cause for error while making a fund transfer. In order to transfer funds through RTGS and NEFT in Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank, you have to give the IFSC code of the bank branch and also obtain INFINET membership. The detailed list of the IFSC codes of the branches of Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank is provided on the Bank website.
Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank branches support National Electronics Fund Transfer (NEFT) and RTGS. In order to make a successful remittance via NEFT and Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) the IFSC Code of the concerned bank branch has to be provided at the time of transfer. IFSC stands for ‘Indian Financial System Code’. This alpha numeric code is used for the purpose of identifying the branch of the bank and MICR Code is used to identify the bank branch where the cheque belongs. MICR code is recognized through the use of a magnetic reader at the time of cheque clearance and is then sorted automatically.
Example: The IFSC Code of Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank head office in Takli Manur branch, Pathardi, Ahmednagar in Maharashtra, is NUCB0000145.
The beneficiary can get the applicable IFSC code directly from his/her bank branch and provide the same to the remitting customer. The IFSC code is also available on the bank’s website and on the cheque leaf. The official website of RBI also gives a detailed list of IFSC codes. BankBazaar also provides a detailed list of IFSC codes of various banks in India. All you have to do is visit BankBazaar website and search for Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank IFSC code by clicking on the “Bank IFSC Code” tab which you will find at the bottom of the main page. Select the appropriate details on the menu, such as-
Upon providing these details, you will get the IFSC code of the Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank branch you are looking for. You can also find information on the branch address, contact details, MICR code, branch code, etc. on the results page.
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):
Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank customers can transfer any amount of money via NEFT mode to a recipient account in another bank. In order to avail this service, the customer has to provide the details of the recipient such as his/her name and account number as well as the name and IFSC code of the recipient bank branch. National Electronic Funds Transfer is an electronic fund transfer system that works on a DNS (Deferred Net Settlement) basis that settles remittances in batches. In this process, the settlement is done once all transactions are received by the cut-off time. In NEFT, such transactions are settled together and in RTGS the remittances are individually settled. At present NEFT transactions in Nagar Urban Co-Operative Bank Limited works in hourly batches, from 8 am to 7 pm from Monday to Friday and on Saturdays from 8 am to 1 pm.
The charges on NEFT transactions are:
Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS):
If you wish to send a large sum of money to a beneficiary instantly, 'Real Time Gross Settlement' aka RTGS is the best mode of transfer. These remittances are made in real time and will not have any waiting period. Thus, transferring money through RTGS is a simple and quick process. The charges levied on RTGS money transfers are as follows:
Fund transfer requests made through the mode of RTGS can be done in the following timings - 9am to 3.00pm on weekdays and on Saturdays from 9am to 12.30 pm. On Sundays and during bank holidays RTGS transactions are not available.
Individuals have to provide the following details to before transferring funds through NEFT/RTGS:
Nagar Urban Bank is a Scheduled Co-operative Bank located in Maharashtra, India. It has a total of 48 branches and makes a net profit of Rs. 8.10 crores. This bank offers various deposit schemes, loan schemes and other financial services to its customers. The Bank also offers NEFT and RTGS services. For a NEFT Transaction the timings are 8 am to 7 pm from Monday to Friday and on Saturdays, the NEFT transaction timings are from 8 am to 1 pm.
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