IFSC Code: BARB0YAMDEL
District: North East Delhi
Branch: Yamuna Vihar,New Delhi
Address: B1/12A Yamuna Vihar New Delhi-110053
IFSC Code: BARB0VJVMAR
District: East Delhi
Branch: Vikas Marg
Address: No 8 Opp Preet Vihar New Rajdhani Enclave Vikas Marg Delhi 110092
IFSC Code: BARB0VJVIGY
District: East Delhi
Branch: Vigyan Vihar
Address: Plot No 109, Shreshta Vihar, Delhi-110092
IFSC Code: BARB0VJVAKU
District: South West Delhi
Branch: Vasant Kunj
Address: Bhat Nagar International School Delhi South West Delhi 110070
IFSC Code: BARB0XTBHOG
District: South Delhi
Branch: Bal Bharti Public School Extension Counter, New Delhi
Address: Bal Bharti Air Force Sch Ec 696, Bhogal Road , Bhogal, New Delhi 110014
IFSC Code: BARB0VJSAME
District: North West Delhi
Address: Main Road Sameypur North Delhi Delhi 110042
IFSC Code: BARB0VJRKPU
District: South West Delhi
Branch: R K Puram
Address: No L 92/3 Sector 9 Munirka Outer Ring Road Rk Puram South West Delhi 110067
IFSC Code: BARB0VJRADE
District: West Delhi
Branch: Raja Garden
Address: No 23 Nazafgarh Road Raja Garden West Delhi 110015
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is IFSC Code of Bank of Baroda
IFSC code full form is “Indian Financial System Code”. It is 11 digit alphanumeric code. This code is used by electronic payment system applications such as RTGS, NEFT and IMPS. The IFSC code for Bank of Baroda Saket branch, Delhi is BARB0SAKETX
- First four “BARB” shows the bank code.
- Fifth “0” is reserved for future use.
- Last six “SAKETX” shows the branch code.
Where can I find IFSC code
IFSC code can be found on your cheque leaf at the bottom line or printed on the first page of pass book written along with account number.
Can I find the IFSC code with my account number only?
One can’t find IFSC code with the help of account number directly. IFSC code is the combination of bank code and branch code however account number is a combination of branch identity and unique account number. It varies from 11 to 15 digits.
Is IFSC code also known as the bank code?
IFSC code and bank codes are different however the first four character of IFSC is the Bank code.
What is the difference between IFSC and MICR codes?
MICR full form is Magnetic Ink character recognition technology. This enables identification of the cheques and which in turn means faster processing. It is a 9-digit code;
- The first three digits represent the city (City Code).
- The next 3 digits represent the bank (Bank Code)
- The last 3 digits represent the branch (Branch Code)
- The MICR code is located on the bottom of a cheques beside cheque number..
IFSC ( Indian Financial System Code) is an 11 digit unique code of each bank branch, which facilitates payment through NEFT and RTGS. Basically, it helps in electronic fund transfer.
MICR code is printed on the bottom of cheque. The technology allows MICR reader to scan and read the information directly into a data collection device
All accounts of the same branch have one IFSC code?
If all the accounts belong to the same branch, IFSC code shall remain the same for all the accounts. This code is used to do transacting between account holders of different banks.
Bank of Baroda is a government bank or private bank?
Bank of Baroda is a government bank, as the government owns more than 50% shares in it.
It was nationalised in JULY 1969. BOB has become the third largest bank of India after merger with DENA BANK and VIJIYA BANK.
What are the online sources to search BOB IFSC Code?
Online there are many sources from where one can find IFSC code of Bank of Baroda. Given below are some useful links to search BOB IFSC code;
Dena Bank, Vijaya Bank merger into Bank of Baroda – What customer should know;
From 1st April 2019, Dena bank and Vijaya Bank merged into Bank of Baroda. Now Bank of Baroda is the third largest public sector bank in India. This merger enables customers of all three banks to have access to more ATMs, Number of Bank Branches and other services. Some of the changes that influence you as a Bank of Baroda client are as below;
ATMs & Branches
After merger the total number of Bank of Baroda branches are 9,500 and approximately 13,000 ATMs across India. 104 overseas branches of the Bank of Baroda are also available to customers of Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank.
Customers of all three banks can make use of the ATMs of any of the 3 banks. No ATM charges shall be imposed in such cases.
As per Bank of Baroda website announcement, Account number of Dena bank and Vijaya bank shall remain the same until any further announcement.
Cheque book of Dena bank and Vijaya bank shall remain the same until any further announcement.
IFSC code, branch code and other identifiers of Dena bank and Vijaya bank shall remain the same until any further announcement.
In case of a NEFT/RTGS transaction from Bank of Baroda to Dena Bank or Vijay Bank, and vice versa, no charges will not apply. The bank branch will refund the charges to your account.
Cash & Cheque Transactions
According to a communication by BoB, you are required to make cash and cheque deposits in branches of your parent bank only until any further announcement.