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Central Bank Of India has 4905 branches across 34 states in India. Maharashtra has highest number of 652 branches for Central Bank Of India, Uttar Pradesh has 618 branches while Madhya Pradesh has 517 branches. Andaman And Nicobar Island, Dadra And Nagar Haveli have least number of 1 branches. As this is a bank with hundreds of branches all over india, we may have missed a few from listing here. If that is the case, please let us know and we will try our best to update our database. We update our branch list every week.
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|Andaman And Nicobar Island (1)|
|Andhra Pradesh (224)|
|Arunachal Pradesh (8)|
|Dadra And Nagar Haveli (1)|
|Daman And Diu (2)|
|Himachal Pradesh (56)|
|Jammu And Kashmir (18)|
|Madhya Pradesh (517)|
|Tamil Nadu (222)|
|Uttar Pradesh (618)|
|West Bengal (341)|
India has two primary payment and settlement system i.e. Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) and the National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT), both depends on the IFSC Codes. The Indian Financial System Code or IFS Code or IFSC code is an 11-character alphanumeric code. The code is always 11 characters long, where the first four alphabetic characters are for bank name, the fifth character is always 0 and is reserved for future use and the last five characters are branch identifier for a given bank. Bank IFSC code facilitates electronic funds transfer. The bank which participates in RTGS or NEFT payment system can be identified through the unique IFSC Code.