If you have a deposit account in the Punjab National Bank of PNB and you wish to transfer funds to another bank’s account using the NEFT mode of transfer, you have two ways – online or at the bank. For the online option, just log into PNB netbanking or mobile banking, whereas for at-the-bank option, you need to fill the PNB NEFT form and submit the same at the branch to request the transfer.
Let’s know more about PNB NEFT form, how to download and the details required in the post below.
PNB NEFT Form – Download
To download PNB NEFT form, simply use the download button given below to get the PNB NEFT PDF form. Other way is to go to your PNB branch, stand in queue and get the form there. The former way is easier, right?
Suggested Read: PNB NEFT Charges
PNB NEFT Form Fill Up: Details Required
The below-mentioned details are to be filled before submitting the same for transfer of funds to another bank’s account via NEFT:
- PNB branch name
- Sender’s details (account details, name, contact details)
- Beneficiary’s details (name, bank and branch name, IFSC, account number, etc.)
- Amount to be transferred (in words and figures)
- Cheque number or note denominations (if transferring via cash)
- Date and signature of the sender
If you’re choosing to go the bank, please check the PNB bank timings beforehand, for obvious reasons. Also, we suggest you check the PNB Holiday List so that you don’t land up there with closed doors.
PNB NEFT Timings
Currently, PNB NEFT requests are taken up on an hourly basis. As per the bank’s website, there are 12 settlements in a day for NEFT requests from 8 in the morning till 7 in the evening (weekdays). On Saturdays, the PNB NEFT timings are from 8AM till 1PM only.
Also, check other bank’s NEFT Form in the below table:
PNB NEFT Form: FAQs
NEFT transaction is transfer of funds from your bank account to another bank’s account using the electronic mode, i.e. national electronic funds transfer of NEFT. PNB, like other scheduled commercial banks in India, provide this option to its customers. IT can be done online and at the branch, both.
If you’re a PNB customer and want to use NEFT but at the branch, you need to submit filled and signed PNB NEFT form.
Click here to download the PNB NEFT form or when you go to the bank, you’ll get it there too.
Unlike RTGS, which is done on a real-time, NEFT takes anywhere around 30 minutes to 2 hours. The same applies to PNB NEFT as well.
PNB NEFT online window is open 24×7. For at-the-bank PNB NEFT, please check the PNB timings.
Use the reference number or the transaction status number provided at the time of making the PNB NEFT transfer. If you’ve done it online, you must have got this number as SMS and email, both. If you did the transfer at the branch, check the acknowledgment slip.
Alternatively, you may ask the beneficiary to check their account balance for the receipt.
No. For netbanking or mobile banking, there is need for PNB NEFT form.
NEFT stands for National Electronic Fund Transfer.