Axis Bank Tamil Nadu MICR CODE

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MICR Code: 600211002
Bank: Axis Bank
Business Hours:
Mode Of Payment: Cash,Cheque,Demand Draft and Net banking
Branch: Chennai
Contact: 600004
Bank Details: Axis Bank Chennai UTIB0000006
Location: Chennai, Chennai
City: Chennai
District: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Pincode: 600001
Country: IN
Address: 82 Dr Radhakrishnan Salai Mylapore, Chennai
MICR Code: 600211003
Bank: Axis Bank
Business Hours:
Mode Of Payment: Cash,Cheque,Demand Draft and Net banking
Branch: T Nagar
Contact: 600017
Bank Details: Axis Bank T Nagar UTIB0000014
Location: Chennai, Chennai
City: Chennai
District: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Pincode: 600017
Country: IN
Address: 79, G N Chetty Road T. Nagar
MICR Code: 600211004
Bank: Axis Bank
Business Hours:
Mode Of Payment: Cash,Cheque,Demand Draft and Net banking
Branch: Anna Nagar Chennai
Contact: 600102
Bank Details: Axis Bank Anna Nagar Chennai UTIB0000016
Location: Chennai, Chennai
City: Chennai
District: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Pincode: 600040
Country: IN
Address: F 33, Ii Nd Avenue, Anna Nagar East,
MICR Code: 600211005
Bank: Axis Bank
Business Hours:
Mode Of Payment: Cash,Cheque,Demand Draft and Net banking
Branch: Ramapuram Chennai
Contact: 600089
Bank Details: Axis Bank Ramapuram Chennai UTIB0000074
Location: Chennai, Chennai
City: Chennai
District: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Pincode: 600089
Country: IN
Address: 149 1c/1d, Mount Poonamalle Road Ramapuram
MICR Code: 600211006
Bank: Axis Bank
Business Hours:
Mode Of Payment: Cash,Cheque,Demand Draft and Net banking
Branch: Adyar
Contact: 600041
Bank Details: Axis Bank Adyar UTIB0000082
Location: Chennai, Chennai
City: Chennai
District: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Pincode: 600020
Country: IN
Address: No 18, M.G Road,Near Adyar Bus Depot Shastri Nagar.
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Note: The working hours listed are generalized for all banks. Please take a note that the bank timings may vary from branch to branch. As per guidelines issued by Reserve Bank of India, banks will not be operational on 2nd and 4th Saturdays and all Sundays of a month.

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How to find MICR codes for Axis Bank in Tamil Nadu?

MICR codes for Axis Bank in Tamil Nadu are given in the table alongside. Address, contact numbers and other details are also provided along with the MICR code. Narrow down your search either by selecting any particular district from the drop down list or by selecting the district from Axis Bank MICR codes list given on the right side. One can find MICR codes for all Axis Bank branches in Tamil Nadu here.

Axis Bank MICR code in Tamil Nadu

Axis Bank MICR code in Tamil Nadu state is a standard 9 digit code printed on cheques using a special type of ink. This ink or toner is magnetic and contains iron oxide. Axis Bank MICR number includes the document type indicator, bank code, cheque number, etc. This code is used to identify bank and account information to which the cheque belongs. The main purpose of Axis Bank MICR code for Tamil Nadu branches is to make clearance process of cheques faster and without errors.

Why is Axis Bank MICR code for Tamil Nadu branches used for clearing of cheques?

The Axis Bank MICR code for Tamil Nadu branches allows the cheque information to be read automatically by passing it before an MICR reader. Each character produces a specific pattern which can be easily identified. Axis Bank Tamil Nadu MICR code uses typically either of these two fonts E-138 and CMC-7. The MICR technology makes the characters legible even if they are obscured by stamps and signatures. This code is used By RBI (Reserve bank Of India) in clearing process to identify the branch and bank. The principal purpose of Axis Bank MICR code for Tamil Nadu branches is to print accounting and routing information on cheques and other documents in a machine readable format in order to speed up the clearing process.

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