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    State Bank of India (SBI) IFSC Code:

    The transformation from barter system to electronic money transaction hasn’t been a smooth one. It has certainly revolutionized the way people transfer money. To this effect, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has introduced three modes of fund transfer. They are National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT), Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) and Immediate Payment Service (IMPS). Every one of these portals utilize IFSC (Indian Financial system Code) to enable swift and safe transactions from one bank to the other. Serving a multitude of functions, it mainly helps to distinguish the sender and receiver bank in the event of a transaction. And all the banks are allotted an IFSC Code by RBI.

    SBI IFSC Code

    The IFSC is an 11-digit alpha-numeric code which is allocated to each bank branch contributing in the NEFT network. It entails three parts - first four characters identify the bank name, fifth character is always 0 (keeping in mind the future expansion) and the last six characters denote the branch address.

    Given below is an example of an SBI IFSC code:

    The SBI IFSC code for the Church Street branch (in Bangalore) is ‘SBIN0007987.’, wherein the first four characters, ‘SBIN’, stand for the name of the bank, the fifth character is always zero for future use and the final six characters specify the exact branch address.

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    How to Search for SBI Bank IFSC and MICR Codes?

    If you are searching for the IFSC code of your home branch, you can find that printed on your cheque book, provided to you by the bank. If you’re looking for an IFSC code or MICR Code of SBI branch, you can easily find them online, not only on the official website of SBI, but also some third party financial websites and other fiscal comparison website portals.

    BankBazaar is one such comparison website that provides information on the IFSC codes for SBI Bank. On the BankBazaar main page, go to the bottom of the page you can find the link titled ‘Bank IFSC Code’. Click on the link and you will be taken to another page which shows 4 drop down menus. You have to select the particular bank that you’re looking for, the state, district and the particular branch whose IFSC code you’re looking for. Once you have selected your options, the site will display not only the IFSC code for the particular branch but also the MICR code, address and contact number for the branch.

    SBI offers numerous means to make worry free and safe fund transactions, not only to other SBI Bank branches but also to any other bank branch in the country. Clients can conveniently make use of NEFT, RTGS and IMPS for this purpose.

    National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):

    SBI introduces e-Monies National Electronic Funds Transfer, an electronic fund transfer facility which allows for easy, hassle free and convenient money transfer. NEFT transactions done at the branch do not have any maximum transaction limit. However, for net banking transactions, the daily limit has been fixed from Rs 1 and up to Rs 10 lakh. For NEFT transfers done online or at the branch, the bank follows a set schedule of timings.

    Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS):

    RTGS or Real Time Gross Settlement is another quick method of money transfer where the transfers are done in real time. RTGS transactions have faster settlement cycles with the absence of inter-bank or clearing house settlement issues. Also, these transactions are not limited to the geographical boundaries of India. There are no transaction limits for transaction done via the branch.

    Immediate Payment Service (IMPS):

    IMPS (Immediate Payment Service) is another swift bank-to-bank electronic fund transfer service, offered by SBI. With IMPS, customers can easily send or receive funds, not only on weekdays but Sundays and bank holidays as well. As the name suggests, via IMPS transfers, the money gets credited to the receiver’s account within minutes.

    The lowest and uppermost sum for RTGS / NEFT transactions under Retail Internet Banking:

    Type

    Minimum

    Maximum

    RTGS

    INR 2 lacs

    INR 5 lacs

    NEFT

    No Minimum

    INR 5 lacs


    The lowest and uppermost sum for RTGS / NEFT transactions under Corporate Internet Banking:

    Minimum / Maximum amount for RTGS / NEFT transactions under Corporate Internet Banking

    Type

    Minimum

    Maximum

    RTGS

    INR 2 lacs

    INR 50 lacs for Vyapaar (trade) and

    INR 500 crores for Vistaar

    NEFT

    No Minimum

    INR 50 lacs for Vyapaar (trade) and

    INR 500 crores for Vistaar


    RTGS/ NEFT/ ECS Fees & CHARGES

    S. No.

    Items

    Transaction Slab

    Charges

    1.

    NEFT

    Up to INR 10,000

    INR .2.50

    Up to INR 1 lakh

    INR 5

    Between INR 1 lakh & INR 2 lacs

    INR 15

    More than INR 1 lakh

    INR 25


    RTGS Customer Transactions:

    Time of settlement at the RBI

    Transaction Slab

    Charges

    From

    To

    09.00 Hours

    12.00 Hours

    Between INR 2 lacs & INR 5 lacs

    INR 25

    More than INR 5 lacs

    INR 51

    Post 12.00 Hours

    15.30 Hours

    Between INR 2 lacs & INR 5 lacs

    INR 26

    More than INR 5 lacs

    INR 52

    Post 15.30 Hours

    16.30 Hours (Monday to Friday)

    Between INR 2 lacs & INR 5 lacs

    INR 31

    More than INR 5 lacs

    INR 56


    RTGS Inter-Bank Transactions:

    Time of settlement at the RBI

    Transaction Slab

    Charges

    From

    To

    09.00 Hours

    12.00 Hours

    Between INR 2 lacs & INR 5 lacs

    INR 25

    More than INR 5 lacs

    INR 51

    Post 12.00 Hours

    15.30 Hours

    Between INR 2 lacs & INR 5 lacs

    INR 26

    More than INR 5 lacs

    INR 52

    Post 15.30 Hours

    16.30 Hours (Monday to Friday)

    Between INR 2 lacs & INR 5 lacs

    INR 31

    More than INR 5 lacs

    INR 56


    Information Required for Funds Transfer using any Payment Mode:

    While making a NEFT or RTGS transaction with State Bank of India, customers need to provide the below information:

    • Remittance Amount
    • SBI Bank customer’s account number
    • Beneficiary’s bank name
    • Beneficiary’s name
    • Beneficiary’s Account number
    • Sender to receiver information
    • IFSC code of the beneficiary’s bank branch

    As a premier financial institution, State Bank of India was originally established in 1808 as ‘Bank of Calcutta’. State Bank of India is an Indian international, Public Sector investment and banking service organization. It is a state-owned establishment and is headquartered in India’s city of dreams, Mumbai. As per the statistics appraised by December 2013, its assets amounted to over USD 388 billion and 17,000 offices peppered across the country. It also has 190 overseas branches and is the biggest finance services firm in India. It is now ranked among the top three banks in India along with ICICI, Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda. SBI offers a wide spectrum of banking services and products comprising of personal banking, agricultural banking, NRI services, international banking and corporate services to a diverse clientele.

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      25th May 2017

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