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IFSC Code of ALLAHABAD BANK - MADHUBANI Branch, MADHUBANI, BIHAR

  • Bank:ALLAHABAD BANK

    State:BIHAR

    City:MADHUBANI

    District:MADHUBANI

    Branch:MADHUBANI

    Telephone No. / Mobile No.:222289

    Locality Address:BATA CHOWK, MADHUBANI PIN-847211

    IFSC Code :ALLA0211055

    MICR Code :847010055

    Website Address:



  • Bank:ALLAHABAD BANK

    State:BIHAR

    City:MADHUBANI

    District:MADHUBANI

    Branch:MADHUBANI GHAT

    Telephone No. / Mobile No.:9162559406

    Locality Address:AT PO- MADHUBANI GHAT, MAIN ROAD, NEAR PANITANKI, P.S.- MUFASSIL, MOTIHARI (DIST. EAST CHAMPARAN) BIHAR, PIN- 845401

    IFSC Code :ALLA0213242

    MICR Code :845010505

    Website Address:



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    What is a IFSC Code / IFS Code?

    IFSC Code is the short form of Indian Financial System Code. IFSC Codes system has been developed by Reserve Bank of India in order to facilitate transfer payements within banks in India. IFSC Codes are also known as IFS Codes. IFSC Codes or IFS Codes are required for the Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) and the National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) systems. IFSC Codes uniquely identifies each bank branch participating in the online Payment and settlements in India.

    IFSC Code is formed of 11 characters in following system:

    • First four characters in the IFSC Code from left depicts bank code. In the case of ALLAHABAD BANK the first four characters from left ALLA indicates that it is ALLAHABAD BANK.
    • 5th Character from left in the IFSC code has been reserved for future use and till then has to be 0
    • 6th to 11th Characters from left in the IFSC Code has to be assigned to the branches of the bank located in India. In the case of MADHUBANI GHAT of ALLAHABAD BANK last 6 characters 213242 has been assigned to MADHUBANI GHAT located in the city of MADHUBANI at address :AT PO- MADHUBANI GHAT, MAIN ROAD, NEAR PANITANKI, P.S.- MUFASSIL, MOTIHARI (DIST. EAST CHAMPARAN) BIHAR, PIN- 845401.
    • Note: Many Banks print IFSC Codes on the cheque Books issued to their customers. Banks also publish their branches IFSC Codes on their websites. You can cross check the IFSC Codes published on this site before using them to be sure that you are using correct IFSC Codes for transferring payments.