India`s Government Sector Bank that is State Bank of India (SBI) has changed the unique identifying codes of its 1,300 branches. This change was done after the merger of five associate banks with state Bank of India (SBI).In this change the names and Indian Financial System Codes (IFSC) of associated branches are changed.
What is IFSC Code?
The IFSC is an 11-digit alpha-numeric code is used to uniquely identify all bank branches participating in any Reserve Bank of India regulated funds transfer system. The IFSC code is required to transfer money from one account to another using RTGS, NEFT or IMPS methods.
A customer can find out your bank IFSC code and other details you can go to the SBI Branch Locator web page
Full List of Changed Bank Names and IFSC Codes of SBI:
CLICK @ RATIONALISED_BRANCHES_WITH_IFSC