Bank Of Maharashtra bsr code

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Mahabank list of BSR Codes

BSR Code
Bank Name Bank Of Maharashtra
Link BSR Code 231471
Nodal BSR Code 231471
Address Karol Bagh Branch 5/36,W.E.A.
City New Delhi
District Delhi
State New Delhi
Pin Code 110005
BSR Code
Bank Name Bank Of Maharashtra
Link BSR Code 231471
Nodal BSR Code 231471
Address 45/47 Mumbai Samachar Marg Fort
City Mumbai
District Mumbai
State Maharashtra
Pin Code 400023
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BSR Code for Bank Of Maharashtra

Bank Of Maharashtra BSR code can be used when filling TDS/TCS returns. BSR code is used in challan details and deductee details. BSR codes for Maharashtra Bank are provided by RBI. The BSR has two parts, Part A of the return relates to accounts with individual credit limits of over Rs.2,00,000. In Part B of the BSR-1 return, account-wise information is not required. It calls for consolidated information on the occupation-wise totals of accounts with individual credit limits of Rs.2,00,000 and less. Please NOTE that not all branches of Mahabank have BSR codes and hence, some branches might not provide this facility.

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How did Bank Of Maharashtra BSR code come into existence?

Maharashtra Bank BSR code system was introduced in December 1972 following the recommendation of the “committee on banking statistics” under the chairmanship of Shri A. Raman, director, credit planning cell, Reserve Bank of India, adapting from the former data reporting system called Uniform Balance Book (UBB).In the revision of March 2002, an activity coding system in BSR was introduced for bringing uniformity in the classification system for comparability of the data, nationally as well as internationally.