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South Indian Bank, Rajapalayam, Rajapalaiyam IFSC Code

SIBL0000710 IFSC Code
IFSC Code (used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
MICR Code
Bank South Indian Bank
Branch Rajapalayam
Address 454 C D, Thenkasi Road, Opp Chitra Hospital, Rajapalayam, Virudhunagar
Contact Nimesh Thomas, Ph : 022 22611209, 22658977

NEFT Contact Number 022-22611209
NEFT FAX 022-22614749
City Rajapalaiyam
District Virudhunagar
State Tamil Nadu
website www.southindianbank.com
Net Banking http://www.southindianbank.com/
Operating From 22/03/2012
Type of Bank Private sector Bank
Working Hours Weekdays (Mon - Fri) : 10 AM - 4 PM Weekend (Sat) : 10 AM - 1 PM

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South Indian Bank bank Rajapalayam branch, is located in the city of Rajapalaiyam, which is in district in the state of . The complete address is given below:

454 C D, Thenkasi Road, Opp Chitra Hospital, Rajapalayam, Virudhunagar

To know more about various facilities and services offered by South Indian Bank Rajapalayam branch, contact at Nimesh Thomas, Ph : 022 22611209, 22658977, ,

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