The SBI RTGS / NEFT Application Form is used to transfer money from one bank to another via RTGS or NEFT. RTGS is only possible for transactions totaling Rs. 2 lakh or more. By using NEFT, any amount may be transmitted. While NEFT stands for National Electronic Fund Transfer, RTGS stands for Real Time Gross Settlement. While NEFT transfers money in different slots, RTGS funds are transferred in real time.
SBI Bank RTGS Form
One must fill out the RTGS Form SBI in order to send money using RTGS. The State Bank of India RTGS / NEFT Form is available here in PDF format. In light of this, you can access this form directly by clicking the following link:
SBI Bank NEFT Form
- Click Here Available to Download SBI RTGS/NEFT Form in PDF Format English
- Click Here Available to Download State Bank of india RTGS/NEFT Form in PDF Format Hindi
You must complete this form and hand it in to the bank’s counter in order to use the RTGS/NEFT service. In the RTGS/NEFT Form, you must also fill out information about the beneficiary, such as the beneficiary’s account number, bank’s IFSC code, name, and account number.