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Industrial Credit And Investment Corporation Of India list of BSR Codes

BSR Code: 6390002
Bank Name: Icici Bank Ltd
Link BSR Code: 0
Nodal BSR Code: 0
City: Mumabi
District: Mumbai Suburban
State: Maharashtra
Pin Code: 400051
Address: Icici Towers Bkc,Bandra(E), Mumbai, P.O.Bandra (E),
BSR Code: 6390003
Bank Name: Icici Bank Ltd
Link BSR Code: 6390005
Nodal BSR Code: 6390005
City: Chennai
District: Chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
Pin Code: 600018
Address: No.459/1 Anna Salai Road Teynampet Teyna Mpet
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BSR Code for ICICI

ICICI BSR code can be used when filling TDS/TCS returns. BSR code is used in challan details and deductee details. BSR codes for ICICI 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 Industrial Credit And Investment Corporation Of India have BSR codes and hence, some branches might not provide this facility.

How to find ICICI BSR codes?

We have facilitated an easy search, you can choose a particular state, district or city and you will get all the required information for BSR codes of all ICICI branches. The ICICI Bank BSR code list is given in the table alongside. You can find the codes for Industrial Credit And Investment Corporation Of India branches in India. The table consists of other information about the branch like address and contact details.

How did ICICI BSR code come into existence?

ICICI 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.