IFSC Validation API

With the IFSC Validation API, businesses can easily confirm bank and branch information using the IFSC. Enter the IFSC code into the API endpoint to retrieve the corresponding bank name, branch details, and other relevant data.

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Why IFSC Code Validation API?

IFSC Validation API plays a crucial role in confirming the accuracy and validity of bank and branch details before initiating any fund transfer. It ensures that the correct bank is identified and the branch receiving the funds is also correct. This validation process eliminates the chance of error and rejects invalid transactions, resulting in a smoother transition of funds.

Businesses can integrate IFSC Validation API into their existing system with ease. Deepvue IFSC Validation API can be integrated using RESTful web services. Once integrated, businesses can directly use the API to validate the IFSC code and retrieve bank and branch details in real time. Integrating IFSC Validation API into an existing system can enhance its functionality by facilitating a safe and secure transfer of funds.

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What is IFSC Validation?

IFSC validation is a crucial process that ensures the correct bank branch information is used for online money transfers and other financial transactions. With the rapid growth of online banking and transactions, IFSC validation has become a critical part of the customer journey in India.

Benefits of IFSC Validation

Minimizes Errors

By validating the IFSC code, users can ensure the funds are transferred to the correct bank branch. It minimizes the risk of errors due to typos, misspellings, or incorrect information.

Fast and Secure Transfers

The IFSC code helps in quick and efficient online money transfers through NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS modes of payment. Validating the IFSC code before initiating the transfer helps in secure and smooth transactions.

Hassle-free Refunds

In case of a transaction failure or any other issue with the fund transfer, it is easier to get a refund if the IFSC code is correct. Otherwise, getting the refund credited to the user's account may take a lot of time and effort.

Saves Time and Money

By validating, users can avoid wasting time and money on failed transactions due to incorrect IFSC codes. It can also prevent additional charges or penalties levied by the bank for such issues.

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How IFSC code verification API works?

Our RBI-based IFSC code API works in 3 simple steps.
1. Authenticate Request

To generate an access token, first obtain your client key and secret from our dashboard. Then, use them accordingly.

2. API Request

Make an API request using the access token and IFSC code for validation.

3. Receive JSON Response

You will receive a JSON response containing validated data recorded in the correct field from the banking database.

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Response fields returned for API request.

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What is Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) in Bank?

IFSC is a unique 11 digits long code and comprises a combination of alphabets and numbers used to identify bank branches in India for electronic or online money transfers. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) manages the IFSC system and assigns a unique code to each participating bank branch.

The main purpose of IFSC is to facilitate safe and streamlined transfers of funds between bank accounts. It helps identify a particular bank’s branch location and ensures that the money is credited to the correct account.

IFSC plays a crucial role in National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) and Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS). Both NEFT and RTGS require the use of IFSC to identify the branch location of the receiver.

Components of an IFSC

The components of an IFSC code can be broken down as follows:

1. Bank Code

The first 4 characters of the IFSC code represent the bank code. It identifies the bank that has been assigned the code. For instance, in the IFSC code SBIN0016682, "SBIN" represents the State Bank of India

2. 5th Character

The fifth character of the IFSC code is always "0," which has been reserved for future use by the RBI.

3. Alphabetic Characters

The sixth to eleventh characters of the IFSC code are alphabetic characters representing the branch.

4. Branch Identifier

The last six characters of the IFSC code identify the branch. This means that every branch of the same bank has a different IFSC code because each branch's last six characters will be unique.

5. Location Identifier

The IFSC code's alphabetic characters identify the bank branch's location. For example, "16682" in the IFSC code "SBIN0016682" represents the Mumbai location of the State Bank of India branch.

The IFSC code's components play a vital role in fund transfers. The bank code helps to identify the bank from which the money is being transferred, while the branch identifier helps to identify the branch within the bank where the recipient's account is held. Suppose any of the components of the IFSC code is wrong or omitted. In that case, the transfer may be delayed or even unsuccessful, resulting in the money being returned to the sender's account.

API Outcome

DeepvueTech’s IFSC API outcome is an efficient and reliable way to retrieve detailed information on a particular bank branch, such as the name of the bank , branch address, and contact details. 

Our API Outcome can be easily integrated into various online payment systems, providing a seamless payment experience for users. It is a crucial tool for financial institutions, and e-commerce platforms that rely on online fund transfers.


The IFSC validation API uses real-time updates from partner banks and the Reserve Bank of India to provide accurate information on newly opened, closed, or merged branches. This feature ensures that users can rely on the API to provide the most current information, giving them the confidence to transfer funds to the correct bank account.
With real-time data, the IFSC validation API can provide businesses with the information they need to make informed decisions about their financial transactions. The API's real-time data also enables businesses to quickly adapt to changes in the banking landscape, such as the opening or closing of branches, giving them greater control over their financial transactions.

Wide coverage

The wide coverage of IFSC codes across all public and private sector banks, including payment banks, ensures that customers have access to a vast network of branches and can make transactions from anywhere in the country.

Run Anywhere

Our API supports all platform, and businesses can easily implement IFSC code verification in their iOS or Android apps or use it on their web-based platforms. API works in real time, which enables businesses to stay on top of the latest changes and developments.

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FAQs about IFSC code validation API

The format of a valid IFSC code is: <bank code> + <branch code> + <location code>. The bank code is an alphabetic character that identifies the specific bank, the branch code is a numeric character that identifies the specific branch, and the location code is an alphanumeric character that uniquely identifies the location of the bank.

There are multiple ways to validate an IFSC code in Javascript. One of the best options is to utilise Deepvue’s IFSC Validation API. Our API allows developers to quickly and securely verify IFSC codes using real-time data with just a few lines of code. It provides an easy-to-use interface for validating a wide range of bank branches across India, making it ideal for web and mobile applications. It is also secure and reliable as it follows strict security protocols while providing real-time data.

You can use DeepvueTech’s IFSC Validation API to fetch bank data, branch name, and other key details such as address, contact number, and more directly into your application. It provides accurate, real-time results that can be easily integrated into any development environment.

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To find the Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) of the State Bank of India, you can do a few different things. First, you can visit the SBI website and search for your branch. Once you have found the branch, click it to get the IFSC code. Alternatively, you can use a service like Deepvue’s IFSC Validation API to quickly and easily fetch the IFSC code with just a few lines of code.

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