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BSR Code IDBI Bank Andhra PradeshBSR Code IDBI Bank Arunachal Pradesh
BSR Code IDBI Bank AssamBSR Code IDBI Bank Bihar
BSR Code IDBI Bank ChandigarhBSR Code IDBI Bank Chhattisgarh
BSR Code IDBI Bank Dadra & Nagar HaveliBSR Code IDBI Bank Daman & Diu
BSR Code IDBI Bank DelhiBSR Code IDBI Bank Goa
BSR Code IDBI Bank GujaratBSR Code IDBI Bank Haryana
BSR Code IDBI Bank Himachal PradeshBSR Code IDBI Bank Jammu & Kashmir
BSR Code IDBI Bank JharkhandBSR Code IDBI Bank Karnataka
BSR Code IDBI Bank KeralaBSR Code IDBI Bank Madhya Pradesh
BSR Code IDBI Bank MaharashtraBSR Code IDBI Bank Meghalaya
BSR Code IDBI Bank MizoramBSR Code IDBI Bank Nagaland
BSR Code IDBI Bank OdishaBSR Code IDBI Bank Pondicherry
BSR Code IDBI Bank PunjabBSR Code IDBI Bank Rajasthan
BSR Code IDBI Bank SikkimBSR Code IDBI Bank Tamil Nadu
BSR Code IDBI Bank TelanganaBSR Code IDBI Bank Tripura
BSR Code IDBI Bank Uttar PradeshBSR Code IDBI Bank Uttarakhand
BSR Code IDBI Bank West Bengal

What is CIN ?

Challan Identification Number (CIN) has three parts Bank Branch Name 7 digit BSR code of the bank branch Date of Deposit (DD/MM/YY) of tax Serial Number of Challan CIN is stamped on the acknowledgement receipt to uniquely identify the tax payment. CIN has to be quoted in the return of income as a proof of payment. CIN is also to be quoted in any further enquiry. Therefore, you must ensure that CIN (comprising the above three parts) is stamped on the Challan by the bank. If not, immediately contact the bank manager and insist on CIN. The Reserve Bank of India has already passed an order dated April 1, 2004 making it compulsory for all tax collecting branches of banks to use a rubber stamp acknowledgement that carries CIN. A separate CIN is given for each challan deposited. If the Bank Manager is unable to resolve the issue, you should address your grievance to the Bank's Regional Manager and the Regional Office of Reserve Bank of India for redressal.

Technical words
  • NEFT
  • RTGS

What is BIC

Bank Identifier Code (BIC), SWIFT codes and Routing Code are basically the same.


International banks Routing Code, SWIFT codes & Bank Identifier Code (BIC)are basically the same.

What is IDBI Bank BSR Code ?

Basic Statistical Return (BSR) 7 digit code with first three digits identifying the bank and remaining four digits identifying the branch allotted by RBI to that bank branches. . This BSR code is unique for each branch of a bank. When filling Income Tax TDS/TCS returns BSR code is used in challan details and deductee details.

Where is BSR code used?

BSR code is used in challan identification number (CIN) which also comprises of the date of deposit and the challan serial number in 5 digits. . CIN will be unique for each challan it will be used for identifying the challan in the Online Tax Accounting System (OLATS). BSR codes will be helpful for a pensioner to get their pension, the Bank A/C No. along with the bank BSR code can be used by the pensioners to get their pension.

What is OLTAS?

Income Tax Department's initiative to receive information and maintain records of tax paid through banks through online upload of challan details is named as OLTAS (Online Tax Accounting System). The collecting bank branch will put a rubber stamp on the challan and its counterfoil indicating the CIN. It will be unique for each challan throughout the country and will be used for identifying the challan in the OLTAS