You can find BOI NEFT, RTGS and IMPS codes in the table alongside. Bank Of India NEFT, RTGS and IMPS code is same as IFSC code and used in net banking. For carrying out these transactions we need account details like account number, holder’s name as per bank records, type of account and IFSC code. Money can be transferred using any of the three techniques i.e. IMPS, NEFT and RTGS. This Bank Of India IFSC code for branch can be used for various online fund transfers.
Bank Of India IFSC code is an 11 digit code used in online fund transfers. This IFSC code contains 4 Characters that represent BOI, 5th character is reserved for future use and the last 6 characters represent the branch code. BOI has many branches all over the country and physical cheques cannot be transferred anywhere across the country to transfer funds hence internet banking is preferred. The IFSC code is used to identify the Bank Of India participating in online transactions via RTGS, IMPS and NEFT systems. You can find the IFSC code for Bank Of India in the table alongside
Bank Of India IFSC code is given on the right side. We have also provided the details like address and contact numbers of of BOI with IFSC code. To further simplify your search we have provided a search box, wherein you can type the first four letters of any branch of BOI that you require. You can find the IFSC code for Bank Of India here along with other details for your online fund transfer. These codes are used for online fund transfer which will simplify your work and save a lot of time.