The SWIFT is short form for Society for Worldwide Inter bank Financial Telecommunication and BIC is Bank Identifier Code. This is also known as BIC code or SWIFT-BIC code. And it is mainly used for international money transfer. It was approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) under ISO 9362.
If you want to double check SWIFT / BIC Codes or IFSC codes of any bank, you can find more accurate IFSC and SWIFT Codes at ifsccodebyrbi.com
How to Locate a Bank in India?
banks-swiftcodes.com offers great deal of banks information to its users. The search UI is very easy to navigate and can locate any branch details in India. The meta data of banks include from IFSC code to MICR code to Branch code to complaints unlike SbiIfscCode where it provides SBI ifsc codes and MICR codes, etc. Choose your bank from the drop down menu given below, then select your state, then select district then branch, thats it, you will be getting all details of that branch. If you want to cross check the ifsc code do it here.
The IFSC is short for Indian Financial System Code used for online bank transactions in India. The IFSC code is a 11 digit code combined with alpha numerical characters assigned by RBI to identify bank branches. So, for all online money transfers of a bank require its IFSC code and it will be used in the form of NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer), RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) and CFMS (Centralised Funds Management System).