Andhra Bank MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) code is a machine readable code used for processing and clearance of cheques. Andhra Bank MICR code for Cggb Nalanda Extension Counter is a 9 digit code, in which first 3 digit represents the city code, next 3 digit to bank code and later 3 digit to branch code. 0 is the MICR code of Andhra Bank for Cggb Nalanda Extension Counter branch. MICR code for Cggb Nalanda Extension Counter branch includes document type indicator, bank code, cheque number, etc. When a cheque goes for clearing, this code is read by a magnetic reader and then automatically sorted. MICR code for Andhra Bank Cggb Nalanda Extension Counter is presented in the table alongside.
The MICR code 0 is used in RBI cheque clearing process to identify the branch Cggb Nalanda Extension Counter and Andhra Bank bank for clearing processes. The MICR characters, which are printed using magnetic ink, are passed before a MICR reader. Initially the ink gets magnetized and when it is read, each character produces a unique waveform which can be easily identified. MICR code of Andhra Bank is typically in either of these two font’s: E-138 and CMC-7.