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Cuttack (Orissa) Cuttak branch details

The Cuttack (Orissa) Cuttak branch of Axis Bank is located at Aul House, Jayashree Plaza 34, Dolamondai Badambadi Square. The branch code is 91 and micr code is 751211102. Get information on this Axis Bank Cuttack (Orissa) branch address, contact and other codes below. We have tried to keep this as accurate and updated as possible, in case of any errors please contact us with the relevant information.

Bank branch details
Branch NameCuttack (Orissa)
Bank NameAxis Bank
StateOrissa
DistrictOrissa
CityCuttak
Branch Code91
Micr Code751211102
Ifsc CodeGet Axis Bank Ifsc Code Cuttack (Orissa)
AddressAul House, Jayashree Plaza 34, Dolamondai Badambadi Square
Bank WebsiteAxis Bank Website
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Other Axis Bank branches in Cuttak

Branch Branch Code Address
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Cuttack (Orissa)91Aul House, Jayashree Plaza 34, Dolamondai Badambadi Square
Nuapada (Nawapara811National Highway 217 At/Po, Dist. Nuapada (Nawapara) Orissa, Pin 766105

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Faq's

What is an ifsc code?
The IFSC code (also known as Indian Financial System Code) is a 11-digit unique code that identifies individual Indian bank branches. This code is used by the bank branches to participate in the two main electronic fund transfer systems created by the Reserve Bank of India i.e. NEFT and RTGS. Though some smaller bank branches yet dont have an IFSC code. The first four characters represent the participating bank, the fifth character is 0 and the remaining characters represent the individual bank branch.

What is micr code?
The MICR code (also know as Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) is a 9-digit code used by banks for automated cheque clearing. This code is printed on cheque leafs and used by micr reading machines to automatically scan the code. The first three digits represent the city code, the next three digits represent the bank code, and the last three digits represent the bank branch code.