Bank of Baroda IFSC Codes Surat, Gujarat

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Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Surat
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Ambheti
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Amroli
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Anaval
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Areth
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Baleshwar
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Bandharpada
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Olpad
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Bardoli
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mor(bhagwa)
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Bhimpore
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Bodhan
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Damka
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Dihen
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Dolvan
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Dumas
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Navagam
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Utran
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Karchelia
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Hajira
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Haldharu
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Haripura
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Ichhapore
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Jhankhavav
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kalakava
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kamrej
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kanza
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mota Varachha
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kavas
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kim
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kosamba
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kukarmunda
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Kundiyana
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Lajpore
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Madhi
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mahuva
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mandvi
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Masma
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mora
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mosali
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mota
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Chalthan
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Mulad
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Sachin
Bank of Baroda IFSC Code Sunvali

*Working hours vary. Banks are shut on 2nd and 4th Saturdays and all Sundays of the month.

IFSC code is allotted by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to all banks and its branches. The IFSC code of a bank can be commonly found on a bank account passbook, cheque leaf issued by the bank or on the RBI website. Any kind of fund transfer through a bank requires a valid IFSC. The different types of fund transfers are NEFT, RTGS and IMPS.