IFSC Code Finder



IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. The 11-digit HDFC IFSC code is a special number used for all IMPS, NEFT and RTGS electronic fund transfers. The Indian Financial System, or IFSC, varies depending on the bank branch. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has created a key to speed up and eliminate errors in the fund transfer process. The HDFC IFSC code, for instance, is HDFC0000011 for the VASANT VIHAR and HDFC0000249 for the DWARKA SECTOR 5 branch. The IFSC codes for the VASANT VIHAR and DWARKA SECTOR 5 branches of the same bank differ, even though both are located in the same city, Delhi.

Before commencing any fund transfer transaction, all remitters should ensure they have the correct IFSC.

How to find the IFSC Code of HDFC Bank on the Wishfin website?

  • To find the IFSC code of HDFC bank on the Wishfin website, first select the Bank name (HDFC). bank) from the drop-down menu
  • Next, choose your respective state (for instance - Delhi)
  • Then select the city from the given options ( eg.-Delhi)
  • And lastly, choose the branch where you want to find the IFSC code. (e.g. Connaught Place)
  • Here is the IFSC code for the Connaught Place branch. Similarly, choosing the relevant alternatives may get any other IFSC code.


1- What is the format of IFSC codes?

There are 11 alpha-numeric characters in the IFSC code. The first four digits of the IFSC represent the bank's name, followed by a 0 (the 5th digit), and the final six digits represent the bank's branch.

2 - Can two HDFC bank branches have the same IFSC code?

The IFSC code for two HDFC bank branches cannot be the same.

3 - What are the consequences of entering an incorrect IFSC code during an electronic payment?

When the IFSC is wrong, the transaction is often cancelled since the details don't match. However, the online transaction would still go through if another client of the bank branch with the incorrectly provided IFSC has the same account number.

4 - Where can I find HDFC Bank MICR?

The HDFC Bank MICR is located at the bottom of your check, next to the check number (on the right-hand side).

5 - What is the HDFC Bank CIF Number?

A customer information file (CIF) is a unique 11-digit number that a bank issues to each customer that contains confidential information like KYC (Know Your Customer) details, bank details and other personal details such as name, birth date, age, etc. Customers with an HDFC Bank Savings/ Current Account can get the CIF number by checking their account statement, passbook, or chequebook. Customers can also find their CIF number on the first page of their cheque books.