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Bank Name: Axis Bank
Branch: Nps Trustee Bank
Business Hours: Monday to Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Mode Of Payment: Cash,Cheque,Demand Draft and Net banking
MICR Code: 400211088
IFSC Code: UTIB0NPS001
Bank Details: Axis Bank Nps Trustee Bank UTIB0NPS001
Location: Mumbai, Greater Bombay
City: Mumbai
District: Greater Bombay
State: Maharashtra
Pin Code: 400025
Country: India
Address: Ground floor, axis house,bombay dyeing mill compound,pandurang budhkar marg,worli, mumbai - 400 025

Note:- The working hours listed are generalized for all banks. Please take a note that the bank timings may vary from branch to branch. As per guidelines issued by Reserve Bank of India, banks will not be operational on 2nd and 4th Saturdays and all Sundays of a month.

You can search BSR Code of Axis Bank in Mumbai by using the search box or you can browse through the table for all the branches of Axis Bank.

Axis Bank BSR codes for Mumbai branches are provided along with the contact details and the addresses. You can use BSR codes along with the Axis Bank Ltd serial number and the date for filling the TDS/TCS returns report.

Axis Bank BSR code figures should be reported correctly and legibly. Overwriting of figures should be avoided. Only one code or figure should be recorded in a column against each account. Mumbai Axis Bank officials submits the return to the Head/Zonal/Regional Office. The head office of Axis Bank Ltd sends the branch wise TDS/TCS returns to the Department of Statistical Analysis and Computer Services of the Reserve Bank.

BSR fund transfer relates to bank credit. Each branch/office Mumbai of a Axis Bank Ltd is required to submit the report of TDS/TCS return to the Reserve bank of India as on 31st March. The bank credit required to be reported comprises cash credits, overdrafts, loans and inland bills purchased and discounted, foreign bills purchased and discounted.