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SBI Bank Timings and Services

SBI Bank timings and servicesSBI is one of the most popular banks in India. It has a wide network of branches all across the country. With a variety of services, the bank endeavours to provide a smooth banking experience to the customers. The services provided by SBI are saving and current accounts, credit and debit cards, loan facilities, investment options, etc. It provides both offline and online banking portals and sets specific timings for all the services. It’s good to know the timings so that we can plan our schedules effectively. So, let’s see the SBI bank timings for different services.

SBI bank timings on Weekdays

From Monday to Friday, the bank opens at 9 am and closes at 3:30 pm. Customers can visit the bank during these working hours and get their work done.

SBI bank timings on Saturday and Sunday

On the second and fourth Saturdays, the bank is closed. On the first, third and fifth Saturdays, the bank remains open from 9 am to 3:30 pm. On all Sundays, the bank is closed.

SBI lunchtime

SBI sets a lunchtime but there is no interruption in their service. The staff go for lunch at different times to make sure that the needs of the customers are met without interruption.

Apart from these timings, some days might be a holiday. So, check out this bank holiday list too.

Date Day Holiday
Jan 1 Monday New Year’s Day
Jan 15 Monday Makara Sankranti
Jan 17 Wednesday Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
Jan 23 Tuesday Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti
Jan 26 Friday Republic Day
Mar 8 Friday Maha Shivaratri
Mar 25 Monday Holi
Mar 29 Friday Good Friday
Apr 9 Tuesday Ugadi
Apr 10 Wednesday Idul Fitr
Apr 14 Sunday Dr Ambedkar Jayanti
Apr 17 Wednesday Ram Navami
Apr 21 Sunday Mahavir Jayanti
May 1 Wednesday May Day
May 10 Friday Maharshi Parasuram Jayanti
May 23 Thursday Buddha Purnima
Jun 17 Monday Bakrid / Eid al Adha
Jul 17 Wednesday Muharram
Aug 15 Thursday Independence Day
Aug 19 Monday Raksha Bandhan
Aug 26 Monday Janmashtami
Sep 7 Saturday Ganesh Chaturthi
Sep 16 Monday Eid e Milad
Oct 2 Wednesday Gandhi Jayanti
Oct 10 Thursday Maha Saptami
Oct 11 Friday Maha Ashtami
Oct 13 Sunday Vijaya Dashami
Oct 17 Thursday Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti
Oct 31 Thursday Deepavali
Nov 1 Friday Diwali
Nov 2 Saturday Deepavali Holiday
Nov 3 Sunday Bhai Dooj
Nov 15 Friday Guru Nanak Jayanti
Dec 25 Wednesday Christmas Day

If you don’t have time to visit the bank but want to carry out some banking activities like fund transfer or balance check, you can do it online. All the banks have introduced their mobile banking apps such as SBI YONO by SBI, m Bandhan by Bandhan bank, Canara ai1 by Canara Bank, IndOASIS by Indian bank, etc. So, it’s much like you have your bank in your pocket. Let’s see how we can perform some of the banking activities.

Balance check through Mobile banking apps

  • First, you need to download and install the mobile app of your bank available in your app store.
  • Set it up by linking your bank account to the app. You can link more than one account with the app. To link your bank account, you have to enter your account details and your debit card details.
  • After the account is linked with the app, go to the “account summary” option.
  • Tap on it and now, you will see your current account balance on the device screen.

Balance check through phone call

You can check your account balance by just calling the bank’s account balance check number.

  • Get the balance check number of your bank and call it from your registered mobile number and wait for the call to be disconnected automatically.
  • Shortly after the call, you will get your mini statement on your number in the form of an SMS containing the last 5-10 transactions and the current balance in your account.

If your number is not registered with the bank yet, register it by following the steps below:

  • For online registration, you have to go to the official website of your bank.
  • Then, in the profile section see if there is an option for “update mobile number”. Select that.
  • Then, the next step is to enter the mobile number you wish to update. Enter all the other required details such as your account number, name, address, etc.
  • Then, your mobile number will be registered with an Indian overseas bank.
  • If you want to do it offline, you need to go to a nearby bank branch.
  • Request the staff for a mobile number registration form.
  • Enter all the required information such as your personal details, account details and the mobile number you wish to register.
  • Then, submit it along with some identity proof documents. These documents can be your Aadhaar card/driving licence/any other government-issued identity card. The bank staff will verify the form and your mobile number will be registered with the bank.

Balance check through SMS banking

 You can also check your account balance by just sending a text to their balance check number. There are certain code words for each bank. Find out that code, compose a message and send it to 84240 22122. Then, the bank will send you a reply text containing the last 5-10 transactions and the current balance in your account.

Balance check through Internet banking

  • If you are already registered for Internet banking, go to the official website of your Bank and log into your account using the user ID and password that you created.
  • Click on “account summary” and there you will see your current balance in your account. You can also get a bank statement through Internet banking by selecting a longer timeframe.

You can also perform other banking activities through the Internet banking portal.

Registration for Internet banking

Open the browser on your device and go to the official website of your bank. There will be an option for registration under the ‘Online Banking’ or ‘Login’ section. You have to enter some details like account number, card details, personal information, and the bank will send an OTP (One Time Password) to your registered mobile number for verification. After entering all those, set up a user ID and password. A strong password is suggested, it will be a combination of alphabets, numbers, and special characters for. After registration, you can log in to your account using the newly created credentials. Most of the time the bank prompts users to set a security question and its answer to enable two-factor authentication or link a registered device for extra security. Set something familiar to you as security questions and answers lest you should forget or get confused with it later. This is to help you recover your password.

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