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Central Bank Of India, Hesaraghatta, Hesaraghatta IFSC Code

CBIN0280853 IFSC Code
IFSC Code (used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
MICR Code 560016024
Bank Central Bank Of India
Branch Hesaraghatta
Address P.O. Hesaraghatta,Dist Bangalore,Karnataka 560088.
Contact Sri Alikhan
080 28466325
NEFT Contact Number 022-22612008
NEFT FAX 022-22626861
City Hesaraghatta
District Bangalore Urban
State Karnataka
Net Banking
Operating From 18/02/2010
Type of Bank Nationalised Bank
Working Hours Weekdays (Mon - Fri) : 10 AM - 4 PM Weekend (Sat) : 10 AM - 1 PM

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Central Bank Of India bank Hesaraghatta branch, is located in the city of Hesaraghatta, which is in district in the state of . The complete address is given below:

P.O. Hesaraghatta,Dist Bangalore,Karnataka 560088.

To know more about various facilities and services offered by Central Bank Of India Hesaraghatta branch, contact at Sri Alikhan, 080 28466325,

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Central Bank Of India is one of the leading bank in India. Central Bank Of India offers net banking and online facility to all of its customers. To avail these facilities login to Central Bank Of India website at central bank of india

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