Current Accounts

Current Account rules 

1) Who can open a Current Account

(i) Any person competent to contract and satisfactorily introduced to the Bank may open an account in his/her own name. He/She may not open more than one such account. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons and may be made payable to :

(a) any one or more of them. 
(b) any one or more of the survivors. 
(c) either or anyone or more of them or the survivors jointly, or survivor. 
(d) 'former or survivor' or 'latter or survivor', subject to the condition that the second (first in the case of latter or survivor) named accountholder will be entitled to the balance lying in the account only on the death of the former (latter in the case of latter or survivor) accountholder.

(ii) Accounts can be opened for sole proprietorship firms, partnership firms, private limited and public limited companies, Joint Hindu families, trusts, clubs, associates etc. satisfactorily introduced to the Bank and on fulfilling laid down procedures and tendering required credentials.

(iii) Accounts can be opened by minors of 14 years and above, if able to read and write, in their sole names.

2) How to open a Current Account

(i) Application to open an account must be made in Bank's prescribed account opening form. All signatories are required to come in person to the bank to sign the account opening form. Required credentials depending upon the type of constitution of the prospective accountholder are to be submitted to the bank.

(ii) Each applicant will be required to sign a declaration to the effect that he has read and accepted Current Account Rules. A copy of the rules is displayed on the Notice Board.

(iii) A recent passport size photograph of every accountholder, proprietor / partners / Directors of the company / office-bearers / trustees and other officials authorized to operate upon the account, is required to be given to the bank.

(iv) The account is to be introduced by an existing current/cash credit accountholder having minimum six months old satisfactorily & actively conducted KYC Complied account with the Bank.

3) Pass Book / Statement of Account

(i) Computer generated statement of account showing a record of all sums paid in and all cheques drawn is issued to each accountholder on monthly basis. On a statement of account being received by a customer the entries therein should be carefully examined and error or omission should immediately be brought to the notice of the Bank, otherwise rendering of the statement of the Account to the customer will be treated as settlement of the account and an acknowledgement of its correctness to date. The Bank will not be responsible for any loss arising from the negligence of customer in taking above precautions.

(ii) It should be understood that although entries may have been made to the credit of an account and such entries initialled by an officer in the pass book, should such entries be made up of cheques which have to be collected, the amount they represent is not available for drawing, until the proceeds have been realized by the Bank.

4) Credits

Minimum Balance-: Rs.2000/- for Individual as well as for non individual.

(i) Current accounts may be opened by Individual as well as for non individual with minimum initial deposits of Rs 2000/- irrespective of Area

(ii) All payments made in the account should be accompanied by a paying-in-slip, which is supplied free of charge to customers.


(ii) Keep the cheque book under lock and key.

(iii) Fill in the body of cheque before delivery.

(iv) Fill in the amount in words, as near as possible, to the words "Rupees" and the amount in figures, as near as possible, to "Rs.".

(v) The writing of cheque should be clear and distinct and cheques must be drawn in such a way as to prevent any alteration or addition after issue.

(vi) The amount in cheques must be stated both in words and figures.

(vii) Alterations made in cheques must be authenticated by the drawers full signature, otherwise the cheques will not be paid.

(viii) Payments of cheques on which the signature does not exactly correspond with that on record at the Bank will be refused.

(ix) The Bank has a right to ask for proper identification of the presenter for making cash payments of cheques.

(x) Cheques post-dated i.e. bearing a date subsequent to the date of presentation will not be paid. Cheques bearing date over three months prior to the date of presentation will be refused payment.

(xi) Constituents are requested to cross all cheques intended for collection before depositing them into their accounts.

(xii) The Bank will register instructions from the drawer of a cheque to stop the payment.

(xiii) Issue of cheques without sufficient funds in the account may attract penalty under Section 138 of N.I.Act.

(xiv) Cheques must not be issued without providing funds in the account. If, cheques are presented without sufficient funds to meet them, payment will be refused and the cheque returned. Repeated disregard of these instructions will entail the summarily closing of the account.

(xv) Account can be overdrawn only after previous arrangement with the Bank. In no case, overdrawing would be allowed in the accounts of minors.

(xvi) To safeguard cheques from being collected by unauthorized persons, cheque payable to a firm or a limited company even though "Bearer" may not be accepted for credit of a personal account, unless it is specifically endorsed by the payee in favour of the individual collecting it. If the individual collecting the cheque is a partner of the payee firm or a director of the company, then the endorsement on behalf of the payee must be by the hand of a partner or director other than the partner or director collecting it.

6) Interest

No interest is payable on credit balance in current account

7) Standing Instructions

Bank accepts Standing Instructions from accountholders for periodic remittances.

8) Closing of an Account

(i) The accountholder must give in writing his/her intention to close the account. In case of partnership firm and joint account, the letter of request should be signed by all the partners and all the accountholders, respectively. In case of limited companies, a board resolution authorizing closure of the account is required.

(ii) The unused cheque leaves, Debit Cards, if any, in the possession of the depositor should be returned to the Bank.

(iii) Latest statement of account should also be presented.

(iv) Bank shall recover  the  charge  if  account  closed within a year.

9) Signature of the Depositor

(i) Every accountholder will be required to give specimen of his/her signature for record in the presence of an authorized officer of the Bank at the time of opening of the account.

(ii) All withdrawal instructions, cheques and letters to the Bank must be signed strictly in accordance with the specimen signature recorded at the branch.

10) Nomination Facility

The individual accountholder/s and Sole Proprietorship concern will have the facility to make, vary or change nominations.

11) Service Charges

For presently applicable Service charges  please visit our service charges l

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