State Bank of India is one of the largest public sector banks held in India. It primarily deals in loans and advances, deposits, accounts, SBI Net Banking and so on. In addition to this, SBI also deals in RTGS, IMPS and NEFT for fund transfers. Customers are required to fill the SBI RTGS Form to proceed with RTGS transactions. As per the RBI mandate, RTGS payment service is available 24x7x365.
How to fill SBI RTGS Form?
Customers are required to fill-in the details very carefully in order to avoid any payment delays. For this, check the details required and enter the details thoroughly. Filling the SBI RTGS form is simple and easy and does not require any frills while filling the form. Customers can either fill the form online or offline. For this, you need to download the SBI RTGS form by clicking below-
Details you will require to Fill SBI RTGS Form
- Amount to be remitted
- Remitting customer’s account number which is to be debited
- Name of the beneficiary bank
- Name of the beneficiary
- Account number of the beneficiary
- Sender to receiver information (if any)
- IFSC code of the destination bank branch
SBI RTGS Charges
According to RBI, no charges will be applied on RTGS transfers initiated online via internet banking and/or mobile banking apps.
|RTGS Transaction||Charges at the Bank|
|Rs. 2 lakhs to Rs. 5 lakh||Rs. 20.00 + GST|
|Above Rs. 5 lakh||Rs. 40.00 + GST|
Visit the following links to know more about RTGS Form of different Bank’s:
SBI RTGS Form: FAQs
Customers can transfer minimum amount of Rs. 2 lakhs through SBI RTGS.
SBI RTGS is now available 24×7×365 days (except between 11:50 PM and 00:30 AM). However, if you wish to process RTGS by visiting the bank, you need to check for SBI Bank timings to process RTGS.
Yes. SBI RTGS transfer is absolutely safe and secure to proceed with the transaction.
No. RTGS services can be only availed in India with RTGS-enabled banks.
The RTGS stands for Real Time Gross Settlement.