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IOB Barpeta IFSC Code, Indian Overseas Bank, Assam MICR Codes, Address, Details of all Nearest Branches

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IFSC Code of Indian Overseas Bank

Find IFSC Code of all branches of Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) in Barpeta District (Assam, India) with MICR Code, Branch Code, Address, Contact, Phone Number details. IFSC Code is used to transfer funds online for NEFT, IMPS and RTGS transactions.

Assam District List where Indian Overseas Bank has branches

Barpeta Nagaon
Pathsala

Indian Overseas Bank Other Names

IOB
Indian Overseas Bank

Indian Overseas Bank IFSC Code Search Query

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Barpeta Indian Overseas Bank IFSC Code Assam
Indian Overseas Bank IFSC Code
Indian Overseas Bank Barpeta Assam Branches Details Like IFSC, MICR Codes, Address for NEFT, RTGS, ECS Transactions

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IFSC, MICR Code of Banks Under RBI

WebConte Provide IFSC Code, MICR Code of all banks under RBI (Reserve Bank of India) Regulation with Branch Address, Phone Number, City, District and State Names. It is used for electronic payment applications like Payment and settlement systems in India: the Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) and Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) systems. -- Structure of IFSC Code --
⇒ First four characters represent bank
⇒ Fifth character is default 0
⇒ Last six characters represent branch
-- Structure of MICR Code --
⇒ First three characters represent city code
⇒ Fourth character represent bank code
⇒ Last three characters represent branch code