State Bank of India is definitely the largest bank in India. When you open a bank account in SBI, you can also opt to get SBI cheque book. A lot of people might be knowing the procedure to fill SBI Cheque but those who don’t know how to fill SBI Cheque can continue reading this article. In this article, not only we will tell you how to fill a SBI cheque but we will also tell you how to fill SBI cheque deposit slip. Before we proceed with the article, make sure you that you already applied for SBI Cheque Book and have it with you. Those who are looking to fill SBI Cheque deposit form or slip must make sure that they have the slip with them.
In this Article we will tell you :
- How to fill SBI Cheque Leaf ?
- How to fill a SBI Cheque Deposit Slip ?
How to fill SBI Cheque ?
Now if you already have you SBI Cheque Book with you, you must know that you basically need 3 main types of Cheques. Just follow the step by step procedure for filling of SBI Cheque or to Write a Cheque in SBI :
How to fill SBI Self Cheque ?
An SBI Self Cheque is a type of cheque on which Self or Yourself or Account Holder’s Name is written by the account holder. This type of cheque can be used only by the Account Holder for receiving funds from his account. Self Cheque can be used as an alternative to a Debit card to withdraw cash directly from Bank Branch.
How to fill SBI Cheque Sample (Self Cheque)
How to fill SBI Account Payee Cheque ?
An SBI Account Payee Cheque is the one in which you draw two parallel lines on the left corner of the cheque and also write “Account Payee” in between those two parallel lines. A lot of people also write “A/C payee” instead of “Account Payee”, which is also acceptable. Whenever you cross a cheque and write “Account Payee” on it, the amount can only be transferred to the account of the person whose name is written over the Cheque, and it is not possible to encash it at a branch counter.
How to fill SBI Cheque Sample (Account Payee Cheque)
How to fill SBI Cancelled Cheque ?
An SBI Cancelled Cheque is a type of cheque in which you cross it and write the the word “Cancelled” on it. Apart from this, nothing else needs to be written on the cheque. Once the cheque is crossed and the word cancelled is written on it, no person can use or misuse this cheque. This type of cheque is mostly used to provide the account number, cheque number and MICR code to the concerned person or company.
How to fill SBI Cheque Sample (Cancelled Cheque)
Cancelled Cheques can be used for various purposes including :
- KYC for different types of investments such as mutual funds, stock investments, etc.
- ECS – Electronic clearance service (ECS).
- In order to complete EMI assignment process for different types of loans like home loans, car loans, education loans etc. the bank or the company will ask for a cancelled cheque.
- Withdrawal of EPF
- Insurance policy
- Demat account
How to fill SBI Cheque Deposit Slip ?
In order to fill SBI Cheque deposit form or slip, please keep the slip ready in front of you and follow the steps given below :
1) Visit your nearest SBI Branch and Collect the Cheque Deposit Slip. This Cheque Deposit Slip is printed on both sides. Both front as well as back side of this Cheque Deposit Slip is divided into two parts i.e., depositor’s copy and bank’s copy.
2) In order to fill SBI Cheque Deposit Form, we will first start with the front side and depositor’s copy :
Date : Write the date on which you are depositing the Cheque
Branch Name : Mostly the Branch Name is already printed on the slip. If not, please write the Name of the SBI Branch from which you are depositing the Cheque
Type of Account : Select the type of Account by striking through all other options except from which you need. For Example :- If you are depositing a cheque to a Savings Account, you can cross out all options and keep the SB option.
Account Number : Write the Account Number in which the Cheque is to be deposited.
Account Holder’s Name : Write the Full Name of the Account Holder in whose account the Cheque is to be deposited. You need to write the name where you see is written For the Credit of the Bank Account of ……
Amount : Fill in the Amount in Digits(Example : 20,000) in front of the space you see for Cash Deposit in the Account and repeat the same amount in front of the space you see for Total Deposit.
Rupees(in Words) : Write the Amount you filled in digits in words here. Example : Twenty Thousand Only
3) Now, we will have a look at the front side of Bank’s Copy :
- Repeat all the details like Date, Branch Name, Type of Account, Account Number, Account Holder’s Name, Amount, Rupees(in words) exactly as you filled in Depositor’s copy.
- Mobile No. : Mention your Mobile number in the space provided.
- Pan No. : Mention your PAN number in the space provided.
- Branch : Mention the Name of the Branch where the Account Holder has his Account.
- Signature of Depositor : Put your Signature in the Space Provided.
4) Now turn the deposit slip and enter the following Details of the Cheque on both Depositor’s and Bank’s copy :
NOTE : As an example we are taking the details of the Cheque as follows :
- Drawn on Bank : ICICI Bank
- Branch : Karol Bagh, New Delhi
- Cheque No. : 312121
- Date : 01.05.2018
Drawn on Bank : Write the Name of the Bank from which the Cheque in issued.
Branch : Write the Name of the Branch from which the Cheque is issued.
Cheque No. : Write the Cheque Number. You can find this 6 digit number at the bottom of the cheque within inverted commas. Example : “616541”
Date : Write the Date on which the Cheque is issued.
Amount : Write the Amount of which Cheque is issued.
Once you have the cheque and completely filled up cheque deposit slip, you can pin them up together and deposit it at the cash counter or at the Cheque Drop Box. If you are submitting at the cash counter, the cashier will stamp both depositor’s and bank’s copy and will give you the Depositor’s copy. If you are submitting in the drop box, you need to keep the depositor’s copy yourself and pin up the Cheque and the Bank’s Copy of the Deposit Slip and put it in the drop box.
Note : If the Cheque is from SBI only, it will be credited in your Bank Account within 1-2 working days. If the Cheque is issued by any other Bank, it may take 3-4 working days to get credited in your Bank Account.
Final Words :
After reading this Article, hope you know how to fill up SBI Cheque Book leaf or how to fill State Bank of India Cheque Book leaf. This helps you in filling up SBI Multi city Cheque as well as normal ones. Along with the procedure of SBI Cheque fill up, we also told you how to fill SBI Cheque Deposit slip or form which also doesn’t take more than 2-3 minutes.
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