South Indian Bank chakan MICR codes are given in the table alongside. Details including address and contact numbers are also provided. From South Indian Bank MICR codes list for chakan, one can further search by branch name specified in the table. You can find MICR codes for all South Indian Bank chakan branches.
South Indian Bank MICR code is a character recognition technology used by banks in the processing of cheques. South Indian Bank MICR code for chakan branches includes document type indicator, bank code, cheque number, etc. This code is printed in either of the two fonts E-138 and CMC-7 using a magnetic ink or toner, usually containing iron oxide. The MICR code for South Indian Bank branches in chakan, is used to identify the bank branch to which the cheque belongs. It is used by RBI for clearance of cheques.
In manual clearing of cheques, there is a possibility of many errors and a long delay is involved. The characters of MICR code for a South Indian Bank chakan branch, sprinted 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. Thus MICR code for South Indian Bank chakan branches speeds up the processing of cheque as it reduces manual effort of sorting. Use of South Indian Bank MICR codes for chakan branches, makes the characters readable even if there are other marks and stamps on it. This makes the system almost error proof!