Customers can make fund transfer through three different ways i.e. IMPS, RTGS and NEFT through Mobile Banking, Net Banking and Branch. Although, RTGS is one of the unique ways to transfer funds if you wish for big volume transactions. In this regard, Punjab National Bank offers RTGS facility for its customers. Customers are required to fill-in PNB RTGS form to process the transaction.
How to fill PNB RTGS Form?
An applicant can fill the PNB RTGS form easily if all the details are entered correctly. For this, it is important to check the requirement mentioned in the form carefully. Customers can fill the form either by visiting the branch or by downloading PNB RTGS form PDF online. You can download the PNB RTGS form by clicking below-
Customers are required to enter the details carefully in order to avoid any mistake while processing the transaction. Below given are some of the details that customers should take care off while filling the details.
- Amount to be remitted
- The account number to be debited
- Name of the beneficiary bank and branch
- The IFSC number of the receiving branch
- Name of the beneficiary customer
- Account number of the beneficiary customer
- Sender to receiver information, if any
PNB RTGS Charges
Given below are the deatiled lists of PNB RTGS Charges:
REAL TIME GROSS SETTLEMENT SYSTEM (RTGS)
From IBS/ MBS
Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh
Rs. 24.50 + GST
Rs. 24.00 + GST
Above Rs. 5 lakh
Rs. 49.50 + GST
Rs. 49.00 + GST
Visit the following links to know more about RTGS Form of different Bank’s:
PNB RTGS Form: FAQs
PNB allows a minimum of Rs. 2 lakhs with no upper limit on RTGS transactions.
Yes. With the RBI mandate initiated on 14th Dec, 2020, RTGS is available 24x7x365.
Unique Transaction Reference (UTR) number is a 22-character code used to uniquely identify a transaction in RTGS system.
Yes. PNB RTGS transactions is 100% safe and secure to perform the transaction.