Hdfc Bank Branches Kolkata

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List of branches in Kolkata

Hdfc Bank has 61 branches spread across Kolkata. Some of the top areas are Rajarhat, Chowringhee Road, Hill Cart Road, Kolkata - Baguihati, Kolkata - G C Avenue, Kolkata - New Alipore, Kolkata - Shyambazar, Salt Lake Sector-3, Belghoria, Dum Dum, Jodhpur Park Branch, Kolkata - Barrackpore, Kolkata - Lake Town, Kolkata - Raghunathpur, Kolkata - U N Brahmachari Street, Tobacco House, C R Avenue, Garia - Kolkata, Kestopur Branch and Kolkata - Central Plaza.

Top areas in Kolkata

Area Branch Code City
Rajarhat1162Kolkata
Chowringhee Road1219Kolkata
Hill Cart Road1239Kolkata
Kolkata - Baguihati515Kolkata
Kolkata - G C Avenue382Kolkata
Kolkata - New Alipore40Kolkata
Kolkata - Shyambazar174Kolkata
Salt Lake Sector-31128Kolkata
Belghoria1925Kolkata
Dum Dum1929Kolkata
Jodhpur Park Branch2675Kolkata
Kolkata - Barrackpore712Kolkata
Kolkata - Lake Town349Kolkata
Kolkata - Raghunathpur28Kolkata
Kolkata - U N Brahmachari Street105Kolkata
Tobacco House1355Kolkata
C R Avenue1924Kolkata
Garia - Kolkata466Kolkata
Kestopur Branch2492Kolkata
Kolkata - Central Plaza14Kolkata

All areas in Kolkata with Hdfc Bank branches

Bank name City Area Get info
Hdfc BankKolkataBehala - KolkataBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataBelghoriaBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataBudge BudgeBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataC I T Road Scheme Vi MBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataC R AvenueBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataCamac StreetBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataChowringhee RoadBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataCollege StreetBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataDalhousieBranch details
Hdfc BankKolkataDum DumBranch details

Source of data

We have sourced the database from Reserve Bank of India website as of Jan 2013, hence this database is accurate and valid. In case there are some discrepancies do email us at contact[at]allindiacodes[dot]com

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.