Central Bank of India, which is a public sector bank, provides NEFT, RTGS, IMPS and UPI options for transfer of funds, both online and at the bank (wherever applicable). If you’re doing Central Bank of India NEFT transfer at the bank, you will be required to submit the Central Bank of India NEFT form.
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Central Bank of India NEFT Form: Details to be Filled
- Branch where form is to be submitted
- Applicant/remitter’s details (name, account type, account number, branch and IFSC)
- Beneficiary’s details (name & address, account type, account number, IFSC, bank and branch name and address; PAN might be required)
- Amount to be transferred, in words and figures both
- Cheque number or note denominations (whichever is applicable)
- Signature of the remitter after declaration
Central Bank of India NEFT: Limit
There is no minimum/ maximum limit for individual customers for Central Bank of India NEFT transfers. That said, for walk-in-Customers at the branch who wish to do the transfer in cash, the amount of NEFT cannot exceed Rs 50,000.
Central Bank of India NEFT: Charges
Below-mentioned are the NEFT charges for Central Bank of India when done at the branch:
- Up to Rs 10,000: Rs 2.50
- Above Rs 10,000 to Rs 1 lakh: Rs 5.00
- Above Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakhs: Rs 15.00
- Above Rs 2 lakhs: Rs 25.00
Central Bank of India NEFT: Timings
Customers can transfer funds via Central Bank of India NEFT mode 24×7 using digital channels of internet banking or mobile banking.
For at the bank Central Bank of India NEFT timings, please check the Central Bank of India timings.
Central Bank of India NEFT requests are taken hourly on Deferred Net Settlement [DNS] basis from 8.00 AM to 7.00 PM.
When should I use the NEFT form instead of online banking?
If your netbanking services are not active or there’s some network issue from either your end or the bank’s server, you might want to switch to the traditional mode and walk to your nearby CBI branch, submit a pre-filled and signed NEFT form and ensure that the transfer will be done in time. Also, make sure to collect the counterfoil, i.e. the acknowledgement slip before leaving the counter. This will be used in case the transfer hasn’t taken place within the stipulated time – to track the status of your NEFT request.
Also, check other bank’s NEFT Form in the below table:
Central Bank of India NEFT Form: FAQs
Central Bank of India NEFT form is required when you’re placing NEFT request at the branch.
Yes, it can be done using Central Bank of India NEFT form. I cannot be more than Rs 50,000. Also, PAN, ID proof and residence proof is to be attached (self-attested).
No. Central Bank of India NEFT is only needed when doing the transfer at the branch.
There are no limits set by the bank for NEFT transfers.
You can use the online methods of CBI netbanking or mobile banking and also choose to transfer money at the branch using the Central Bank of India NEFT Form. This form is to be submitted at the branch during the the bank’s timings.
Write your name, account type, A/c number, bank and branch name along with the beneficiary’s name, account type, account number, bank/branch name and other details such as the date, cheque number and bank note denominations (if and whichever applicable). After this, sign the form and get your counterfoil as acknowledgement.
Yes. Central Bank of India has a consolidated form for both types of fund transfers, i.e. NEFT and RTGS. Just tick the one you’re choosing as your mode and fill the form as usual.