IFSC Code SBIN0003133
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
Branch KALSI
Phone number 0
Branch Code 003133 (Last 6 Characters of the IFSC Code)
Payment Mode Cash, Cheque, Demand Draft and Net banking

STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI Branch IFSC Code, Contact Number and other details:

STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI Branch is located in DEHRADUN, UTTARAKHAND. Its IFSC Code is SBIN0003133. Branch code is the last six digit of the IFSC Code - 003133. Use this address to visit the branch - KALSI GATE, DISTT DEHRADUN, UTTARANCHAL 248158. You can also contact on 0. Bank Timings: Monday to Friday: 10 AM to 4 PM, Saturday - 10 AM to 4 PM (Except 2nd and 4th Saturday).

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what is ifsc code

Understanding IFSC Code
The IFSC code’s full form is Indian Financial System Code. It is an alphanumeric unique digital code of 11 characters. The first four characters are the initials of the bank, which is followed by 0 “zero” and then by the branch IFSC code.

This code is very important while making online transactions like NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS as it represents the branch of the bank. You cannot do any transaction without an IFSC code. You need to have a valid IFSC code to initiate a transaction. If a wrong or invalid IFSC code is used, then the transaction will not be initiated.

Let us understand how IFSC code is used and how to search for it. Let use STATE BANK OF INDIA as an example explains it.

Some Features of STATE BANK OF INDIA IFSC Code

IFSC is used to identify a specific branch of STATE BANK OF INDIA in a unique way. Due to IFSC being unique, it eliminates the errors that could occur during the process of transferring the funds. It is mandatory for all the electronic mode of payments like NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS.


what is ifsc code

IFSC code is used to transfer funds through electronic modes of fund transfer such as NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS. These modes help the customers of STATE BANK OF INDIA to transfer the funds from STATE BANK OF INDIA to another Bank without any difficulty.

The chances of error are very low with electronic transfers because of the unique IFSC code, which is necessary at the time of transfers. The IFSC code: SBIN0003133 is used to identify the STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI where the online transactions are taking place through NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS. We will further discuss how to search for the IFSC code in different ways.


The NEFT’s full form is the National Electronic Funds Transfer. It is an electronic mode to transfer funds, which is acceptable nation-wide. The funds transferred through NEFT are initiated in batches. It is not initiated during non-banking hours or holidays. If any transaction has taken place during the non-banking period, then the initiation will take place only on the next working day. For example, if the transaction has been done on Thursday night, the transaction will be initiated by the bank on Friday, when the bank opens. You will need the IFSC code of the beneficiary bank to do transaction through NEFT.



The RTGS’s full form is the Real Time Gross Settlement, which is another electronic mode to transfer funds. RTGS is done on a real-time basis. RTGS is used for a transaction with a higher value. For all RTGS transactions, an IFSC code is required. Even though it is on a real-time basis, RTGS is initiated only during banking hours and not during non-banking hours or holidays. RTGS is not possible without an IFSC code of the beneficiary.



Immediate Payment Service or IMPS is another form of automatic mode to transfer funds. It is instant and is not limited to banking hours or holidays or weekends. The transfers can be done 24/7. Customers can also transfer funds by using the mobile number and Mobile Money Identifier (MMID) or using their beneficiary’s account number and IFSC code.

When using the MMID, IFSC code is not required. However, there is a limit to the transaction amount while transferring the funds through MMID. This limit depends on bank to bank. But, the limit to transfer funds is much higher when done with IFSC code.

This system was provided by the National Payments Corporation of India (NCI). It is an organisation that operates all retail payments and settlement in the country.

The IFSC code of the STATE BANK OF INDIA can be looked up in the cheque leaf on the top left corner after the branch’s address. The IFSC code can also be found on the STATE BANK OF INDIA’s statement on the top right corner of the statement or the first page of the bank’s passbook. Apart these, it can also be searched online on the bank’s official website or other banking websites.


The STATE BANK OF INDIA’s official website provides all the STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI Branch IFSC Code Detail. There are also other websites that provide the IFSC code of KALSI STATE BANK OF INDIA. Searching for information on STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI IFSC code is very simple. You need to follow the following steps.

The result will give you the STATE BANK OF INDIA IFSC code KALSI along with Branch contact number, STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI phone number, STATE BANK OF INDIA detail, and Bank address

It is not always possible that you may know the branch of the beneficiary account. Probably you got just the city name where the bank is located. In such a case, you can still search for the IFSC code. Any account number generated by a bank starts with the IFSC code of the bank.

It means that the numeric characters in the IFSC of a bank’s branch are also the first 5 characters of the bank’s account number.

The search criteria remain the same for searching the IFSC code in a city. For example, in case you want to search KALSI STATE BANK OF INDIA IFSC Code, then we have to follow the following steps.

This will give you the result that you are looking for and more. The search will give details of all the branches in that city. The list could be exhaustive or small depending on the city you are looking for. The list would include the following:

This search will give you an extensive list of the branches across the city. However, if the search is done for a particular branch then the result will be for just that branch. The information provided by these websites is always updated.

STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI Branch Contact Number (Phone Number)

Bank Customer Care

While searching for the details of STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI branch’s details, you will also find the phone number of the branch. The phone may or may not be of the branch itself. Some websites provide a direct number of the branch, and some provide the customer care number of STATE BANK OF INDIA. To find the branch’s number it is better to visit the official website of the bank.


You will notice on the search results that there are also the bank’s branch address details have been provided. The address provided is not always precise. It may be just the area where it is located. However, the address provided is accurate.

Remittance Service and Mode Of Payments In STATE BANK OF INDIA

The remittance service means what online services are provided by the bank in that particular branch. These services are NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS. Branches in small districts usually just provide NEFT services. The reason for this is that due to small population the city has limited transactions and the transaction are not of very high value.

Mode of payments means that the bank is accepting payments or settlements through cash, cheque, demand draft, and/or net banking. The branch that has a net banking facility will also have NEFT services.


The bank details provided in the results are the name of the bank, branch or city, and the IFSC code of the branch. For example, if it is STATE BANK OF INDIA, then the details will STATE BANK OF INDIA KALSI IFSC code.

Working Hours of STATE BANK OF INDIA

The working hours of the STATE BANK OF INDIA are Monday-Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month the bank is closed.

Verifying the IFSC codes before transferring the funds is very important. The transaction will not be initiated in case of incorrect or invalid code.

The importance of having an IFSC code is that it makes the bank to track the transaction made in a branch easily and smoothly. RBI also keeps track of all the transactions made within the country for all the Indian banks.