Tuesday, 12 February 2019

(NEFT) National Electronic Funds Transfer | What is NEFT

What is NEFT

Many of you would have used NEFT to send money before, but do you have the right information about what is NEFT ? Because the rules of the bank are changing day by day, it is very important to have updated information in all these subjects. Since online banking or internet banking has come, people have gone to banks in a way since they are now sitting at home and doing all their work. This does not hurt much of their time and they work smoothly.
What is NEFT ?
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National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) is an Indian system of electronic transfer of money from one bank or bank branch to another.

Banks or their branches supporting this transaction have to participate in the NEFT network. An updated list of NEFT-enabled banks and branches can be found on the website of Reserve Bank of India (RBI).


The transfer of money from the customer who sent it to the beneficiary's account is usually on the same day. Fund settlement or withdrawal is done in batches as per RBI guidelines. Any amount can be transferred using NEFT, this is usually the best method for retail remittance. Customers with internet banking accounts can use the NEFT facility to transfer funds across the country on their own. Moving through any bank branch (which is NEFT-enabled) and relevant instructions for such transfer - either through bank accounts or by payment of cash, the funds can be transferred through the customer through NEFT. The transfer of funds in Nepal using NEFT is also subject to the limit.

In order to dispatch through NEFT, the transferable customer should be the IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) of that branch branch, where the beneficiary account is located. IFSC is an alphanumeric 11-digit code that acts as a unique address for a particular branch. Customers must input the beneficiary's account number and name as well as the name to be transferred to the bank.

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