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India Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in India. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
2451 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK FARRUKHABAD (NEHRU ROAD FARRUKHABAD) PUNBINBBFNR
2452 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GANDHIDHAM (GANDHIDHAM) PUNBINBBGDA
2453 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GHAZIABAD (CHANDERNAGAR GHAZIABAD) PUNBINBBGCN
2454 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GHAZIABAD (MID CORPORATE BRANCH) PUNBINBBMGZ
2455 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GHAZIABAD (MOHAN NAGAR GHAZIABAD ROAD) PUNBINBBGMN
2456 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GHAZIABAD (NAVYUG MARKET) PUNBINBBGNM
2457 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GUNTUR (STATION ROAD GUNTUR) PUNBINBBGSR
2458 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GURUGRAM PUNBINBBGGA
2459 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GURUGRAM (LARGE CORPORATE BRANCH) PUNBINBBGMC
2460 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK GURUGRAM (UDYOG VIHAR) PUNBINBBGUV
2461 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HALDIA HALDIA PETRO CHEMICAL COMPLEX, PUNBINBBHLD
2462 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HARDWAR (AHMEDPUR HARDWAR) PUNBINBBHAP
2463 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HISSAR (HISSAR BRANCH) PUNBINBBHIS
2464 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HISSAR (MCB, MODEL TOWN, HISAR) PUNBINBBHMB
2465 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HOWRAH (G.T. ROAQD, LILUAH, HOWRAH) PUNBINBBCLL
2466 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HYDERABAD (BANK STREET BRANCH) PUNBINBBHBS
2467 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HYDERABAD (HI-TECH CITY HYDERABAD) PUNBINBBHHC
2468 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK HYDERABAD (MID CORPORATE BRANCH ) PUNBINBBHMC
2469 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK INDORE (MANORMAGANJ) PUNBINBBMGI
2470 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK INDORE (SIYAGANJ BRANCH) PUNBINBBISG
2471 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK ITARSI (ITARSI) PUNBINBBITR
2472 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JABALPUR (JABALPUR CANTT, SADAR BAZAR) PUNBINBBJPB
2473 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAGADHARI (KHERA BAZAR BRANCH) PUNBINBBJKB
2474 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAIPUR (BAPU NAGAR JAIPUR) PUNBINBBBNJ
2475 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAIPUR (INTERNATIONAL BANKING BRANCH) PUNBINBBJMI
2476 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAIPUR (JAIPUR, SITAPURA IND. AREA) PUNBINBBJSI
2477 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAIPUR (MI ROAD JAIPUR) PUNBINBBJMR
2478 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAIPUR (RAJA PARK JAIPUR) PUNBINBBJRP
2479 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAIPUR (SSI BRANCH) PUNBINBBVKI
2480 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JALANDHAR (BASTI NAU JALANDHAR) PUNBINBBJBN
2481 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JALANDHAR (IND AREA JALANDHAR) PUNBINBBJIA
2482 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JALANDHAR (INTERNATIONAL BANKING BRANCH) PUNBINBBJCL
2483 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JALANDHAR (MCB JALANDHAR) PUNBINBBJMC
2484 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAMMU (SHALIMAR ROAD BRANCH) PUNBINBBJTS
2485 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAMNAGAR (JAMNAGAR) PUNBINBBJJB
2486 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JAMSHEDPUR JAMSHEDPUR, DISTT. SINGBHOOMI PUNBINBBJSH
2487 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JHANSI (JOKHAN BAGH, JHANSI) PUNBINBBJBJ
2488 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JODHPUR (CHOPASANI ROAD BRANCH) PUNBINBBJCA
2489 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JODHPUR (MGH JODHPUR) PUNBINBBMGH
2490 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JODHPUR (PAL ROAD, JODHPUR) PUNBINBBGOP
2491 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK JODHPUR (RATNADA COLONY JODHPUR) PUNBINBBJRC
2492 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KAITHAL (MAIN BRANCH,AMBALA ROAD, KAITHAL) PUNBINBBARK
2493 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KANDLA (FREE TRADE ZONE) PUNBINBBKFZ
2494 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KANPUR (KANPUR NEW CHEKARI) PUNBINBBKNC
2495 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KANPUR (MALL ROAD BRANCH) PUNBINBBCKH
2496 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KARIMGANJ (KARIMGANJ) PUNBINBBKRG
2497 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KARNAL (G T ROAD BRANCH) PUNBINBBKCB
2498 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KARNAL (NISSING, KARNAL DT) PUNBINBBNIS
2499 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KASHIPUR KASHIPUR PUNBINBBKAS
2500 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK KOLKATA (BRABOURNE ROAD BRANCH) PUNBINBBCBR


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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The registrations of SWIFT Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium. SWIFT is the registered trademark of S.W.I.F.T. SCRL with a registered address at Avenue Adèle 1, B-1310 La Hulpe, Belgium.