BSR CODES

BSR Code is issued by the Reserve Bank of India to all Indian banks. It consists of seven digits code with first three digits identifying the bank and remaining four digits identifying the branch. BSR is used while filling the TDS and TCS (Tax reduction at source and Tax collected at source) returns. It helps the bank to keep record of every online payment done for tax and this record helps the income tax department to receive the information about the payments through banks. It is not used in payment systems but mainly finds use in tax receipts at banks end and at Government’s end.

List of Banks for Search of  BSR Code

Axis Bank : BSR Code

Allahabad Bank : BSR Code

Andhra Bank : BSR Code

Bank Of Baroda : BSR Code

Bank of India : BSR Code

Bank Of Maharashtra : BSR Code

Canara Bank : BSR Code

Central Bank of India : BSR Code

Corporation Bank : BSR Code

Dena Bank : BSR Code

HDFC Bank : BSR Code

ICICI Bank : BSR Code

IDBI Bank : BSR Code

Indian Bank : BSR Code

Indian Overseas Bank : BSR Code

Oriental Bank of Commerce : BSR Code

Punjab And Sindh Bank : BSR Code

Punjab National Bank : BSR Code

State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur : BSR Code

State Bank Of Hyderabad : BSR Code

State Bank of India : BSR Code

State Bank of Mysore : BSR Code

State Bank of Patiala : BSR Code

State Bank of Travancore : BSR Code

Syndicate Bank : BSR Code

Union Bank Of India : BSR Code

United Bank Of India : BSR Code

United Commercial Bank : BSR Code

Vijaya Bank : BSR Code