CHARTER OF DEMANDS FOR 11TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT Wage Revision 2017

CHARTER OF DEMANDS FOR 11TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT ON REVISION OF WAGES AND SERVICE CONDITIONS: By

BANK EMPLOYEES FEDERATION OF INDIA(BEFI).

CHARTER OF DEMANDS FOR 11TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT Wage Revision 2017

01. BASIC PAY

· Revision of Basic Pay w.e.f. 1-11-2017 by the merger of Special Allowance (7.75%of B.Pay) along with D.A. payable on Basic Pay and Special Allowance at the average index for the quarter July-September 2017.

· Construction of revised pay scales by loading thereafter at 20% to clerical staff and 25% to subordinate staff.

· Fitment on stage to stage basis

Stagnation Increments:

· Stagnation increments once in 2 years without any ceiling for both clerical and subordinate staff.
· Stagnation increment/s to be given in all cases of reversion from officer to clerical cadre and clerical to sub staff cadre

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Fee Excess DRS Charges, How to Avoid Fee Excess DRS Charges in SBI

we have already discussed Fee Excess DRS Charges in  SBI. In this post, we are going to write how to avoid FEE Excess DRS charges in SBI.

First of all kindly note that once the amount has been debited with having remarks FEE Excess DRS Charges then it’s non-refundable as at the time of account opening you have signed and accepted all the terms and conditions of sbi including their value added services i.e. vas charges.

If you Perform 4 debit transaction in your SBI Parent branch then its totally free but for that, you have to maintain minimum average quarterly balance.if you are making the debit transaction more than 4 times from your home branch or over 40 debit transaction from your internet banking then the bank will charge FEE Excess DRS charges from your account on basis of transaction performed by you. And also kindly note that this amount is non-refundable amount.

Also, note that if you are not performing your transaction from your parent branch then once you have crossed 20 debit transaction through internet banking or debit card bank will again charge FEE Excess DRS Charge from your bank account. And FEE Excess DRS charge amount can be high or low it depends upon the number of transactions made by you in that respective month. So by maintaining average quarterly balance in SBI we can minimise or avoid the fee excess charges. Or just open saving account in any other nationalised banks. DRS full form is, sbi drs full from.

Excess DRS charges are Rs 6 per transactions on each online transactions.

Rs 0-1000 => 20 online transactions
Rs 1000-25000 => 40 online transactions
Rs 25000 and above => Unlimited

Per excess transactions chargeable @Rs 6 per online transaction and @Rs 23 per atm transaction

Kindly also check this post how sbi is calculating DRS Charges

What Is Excess DRS Charges in State Bank Of India

Also by having a current account, we can avoid fee excess drs charges in SBI. For More Details feel free to comment here or call State Bank Of India 24×7 call centre number 18004253800 (Toll-Free) or Contact your parent branch.

Balance Enquiry Mini Statement Missed Calls Banking Number for All Banks

In This post, we are going to share the balance enquiry, mini statement toll-free numbers of all nationalised banks. The missed call banking service generally requires one-time activation from your number. To get the service activated your number should be linked to your account in bank records. In case not just go online or visit your branch and update your number. However, some banks do not require any activation.

As of now, most banks provide two services – balance enquiry and mini statement though Missed Call.

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Sbi Minimum Balance Charges, All You Need to Know (Effective from 1st April)

SBI New Rules, SBI Minimum Balance Charges, RBI Rtgs Charges All You Need to Know: Authorities of State Bank of India (SBI) has also formulated the SBI New Rules From April 2017 after a gap of five years. State Bank of India will be implementing the changes they announced a month back.

Authorities of State Bank of India(SBI) has also formulated the SBI New Rules From April 2017 after a gap of five years.

SBI account holders are advised to have a glance at theFrom April 2017, Service Charges Minimum Balance, ATM Fee from here To Be Implemented From April 1st onwards to be on the safe side.

Unlimited SBI ATM use without any charges, If you maintain 25000/- in your SBI savings account.

Unlimited SBI & OTHER BANK ATM use without any charges If you maintain 100000/- in your SBI savings account.

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How Do Bank Works Know about CRR SLR REPO RATE

In this Post, i am going to share how  do Bank works actually.  After going through this post one Can really understand about CRR, SLR, REPO RATE, REVERSE REPO RATE

Son: I have heard recently that Mr Urjit Patel has reduced Repo Rate by 50 basis points and everyone is saying that this is good for the market. Loan EMI may also come down. What is this rate cut means actually? I want to understand this.
Dad: To understand this you first need to know, how does a bank function. How Do Bank Works.
Son: Why?
Dad: Because all these are inter-related. Tell me – what does a bank do?
Son: Bank takes money from depositors and gives the loan to earn interest. That way they keep everyone happy and make a profit also.
Dad: Correct, but there are more to it. Let me explain this in a very simplistic way. The bank needs money. Bank can get money from depositors like you and me and also from RBI. But the bank also needs to pay certain interest to us and also to RBI.
Son: Ok.
Dad: Let us try to understand first – what happens when we deposit, say, Rs. 100 with a bank.
Son: I know that. Bank gives that Rs. 100 to someone who needs a loan.
Dad: No, it is not that simple. Remember, though the bank can earn interest by giving away loans, but it is also very risky. There are many cases of loan defaults. This way banks can put all our money into high-risk areas. It has to be protected.
Son: How?
Dad: Ok, RBI has made it mandatory that upon receiving, say, Rs. 100 – banks first have to deposit Rs. 4 with RBI. RBI keeps this Rs. 4 in its current a/c and hence banks do not receive any interest on this money. This is known as Cash Reserve Ratio or CRR, which is currently at 4%.
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