Account view / Statement

OnlineSBI can generate an account statement for a date range for any of your accounts. The statement includes transaction details, opening, closing and accumulated balance in the account.

Fund Transfer

You can now avail a bouquet of funds transfer services through Internet banking

A Web based platform which:

  1. Transfer funds within your own and other accounts held in State Bank of India, other bank accounts and State Bank Group accounts.
  2. Pay your utility bills online using Merchant Payment Limit.
  3. Pay any VISA credit card bill. (Available in Saral).
  4. Donate to Religious and Charitable Institutions.

To learn more about there services please view,

  1. NEFT/RTGS FAQ
  2. State Bank Group Transfer FAQ
Demand Draft / Bankerís Cheque request

OnlineSBI enables customers to issue Demand Drafts / Bankerís Cheque online. Customer has the option to collect the DD/BC from branch or give his mandate to dispatch the DD/BC by courier to the beneficiary directly.

Utility Bill Payment

Bill Payment

To view the categories of Billers that are available for payment using OnlineSBI please Click here

Utility Bill Payment

A simple and convenient service for receiving and paying your bills online. You will have to register your biller through OnlineSBI and make payments from the next billing cycle.

Benefits of Online Bill payments,

  1. No more late payments
  2. No more queues
  3. No more hassles of depositing cheques

For Vyapaar and Vistaar Corporates bill payments can also be made using Merchant Payment Limits.

Benefits of Merchant Payment Limits,

  1. No need to wait for the next billing cycle to pay bills.
  2. Secured way to make payment as Maker and Checker will be involved in the process.
  3. Government taxes can also be paid.
Bulk transaction through file upload

To facilitate bulk transactions, OnlineSBI provides for upload of files containing following financial and non financial transactions:

  1. Inter and Intra Bank fund transfers- Example Salary Payments, Vendor Payments, etc.
  2. Request for issue of demand drafts
  3. Tax payments- CBDT and CBEC
  4. Direct debit whereby suppliers debit the account of the dealers
  5. Beneficiary- addition and deletion
  6. Billers registration
  7. Top up of pre paid cards
  8. Automation of file uploads from customer ERP to INB System is also possible.

This is applicable to Corporates availing Vyapaar and Vistaar facilities.

Direct and Indirect tax payment

Direct Taxes (OLTAS)

OnlineSBI provides the facility to pay direct taxes online which includes payment of TDS, Income Tax, Corporation Tax, Security Transactions Tax, Hotel Receipts Tax, Estate Duty, Interest Tax, Wealth Tax, Expenditure Tax, Gift Tax, Cash Transaction Tax and Fringe Benefits Tax. As a tax payer, you need to have a bank account enabled for net banking facility with transaction rights in anyone of our branches.

To pay Direct Tax through the internet:

  1. Click the Direct Taxes (OLTAS) link. You are displayed Tax Information Network webpage of Income Tax Department.
  2. Click the challan No. applicable.
  3. Enter the PAN, name, address, assessment year, major head, minor head, type of payment etc.
  4. Select State Bank of India from the Bank name list.
  5. You will be redirected to the OnlineSBI login page.
  6. Enter your Internet Banking user ID and password. If your credentials are valid, you can proceed to select the account from which you wish to pay tax.
  7. Enter the tax amount and submit the page.
  8. You are displayed a confirmation page indicating the status of the transaction.
  9. The transaction will be pending for authorization. Contact the authorizer for the debit account to authorize and complete the transaction(not applicable for Saral). On completion of successful transaction, the challan will be available in the ‘Query by Account’ or ‘Query by Echeque’ link under ‘Reports’ tab.

Indirect Taxes (CBEC)

OnlineSBI provides the facility to pay Indirect taxes online. As a tax payer, you need to have a bank account enabled for net banking facility with transaction rights in anyone of our branches. Please find below the procedure for making the payment.

To pay Indirect Tax online:

  1. Click the Indirect Taxes (CBEC) link. Tax Information Network webpage of CBEC will be displayed.
  2. Enter your 15 digit Assessee Code allotted by CBEC.
  3. Select appropriate Accounting code/s.
  4. Select State Bank of India as your Bank for payment.
  5. You are displayed the OnlineSBI login page.
  6. Enter your username and password to login.
  7. OnlineSBI displays your details received from CBEC site.
  8. Select the account from which you wish to pay tax.
  9. Enter the amount of tax for all the chosen minor heads.
  10. Enter the remarks for the transaction and confirm the transaction.
  11. You are displayed a confirmation page indicating the status of the transaction.
  12. The transaction will be pending for authorization. Contact the authorizer for the debit account to authorize and complete the transaction(not applicable for Saral). On completion of successful transaction, the challan will be available in the ‘Query by Account’ or ‘Query by Echeque’ link under ‘Reports’ tab.

Indirect Taxes (Customs)

To pay Indirect Taxes (Customs) through the internet:

  1. Click the Indirect Taxes (Customs) link. Customs e-payment Gateway will be displayed.
  2. Select e-payment under services.
  3. Provide your Import-Export code or your login credentials given by ICEGATE.
  4. Select e-payment.
  5. You are displayed the list of your unpaid challans.
  6. Click on Pay against the challan you want to pay.
  7. Select State Bank of India for payment.
  8. You will be redirected to the OnlineSBI login page.
  9. Enter your Internet Banking user ID and password. If your credentials are valid, you can proceed to select the account from which you wish to pay tax.
  10. You will be provided a link to print the e-receipt for this payment on successful processing of your transaction.
  11. You will be redirected to ICEGATE site. If payment was successfully made for the challan, it will not appear in the list of pending challans in the ICEGATE site.
  12. If you find the challan in the list of pending challans even after successfully making the payment, please click on ‘Verify link’ appearing against the challan. System will update the status and challan will disappear from the list of pending challans. You can safely repeat this if the issue is not resolved.
  13. You can also generate e-receipt subsequently from ‘Status Enquiry’ link under ‘Enquiries’ tab of OnlineSBI.
Direct Debit
  1. Direct debit is a facility given to Corporates (Suppliers) having Vistaar facility and supplying goods to their Dealers (Dealers need not be availing INB facility) whereby the Corporate (Supplier) can directly debit the accounts of their dealers maintained at SBI branches at different locations.
  2. In this facility the Supplier and the Bank will enter in to a bipartite agreement, based on which, the Dealer will provide a mandate to the supplier for debiting his account up to a specific limit.
  3. Example: Company 'A' (Supplier) is supplying petrol to his dealer 'B' (Dealer) The conventional method: 'B' approaches his bank and takes a demand draft then fills up the requisition form and sends it to 'A'. 'A' then deposits the DD in his bank and after realization of the DD, supplies petrol.
  4. In respect of "SBI Direct Debit" the flow will be as under:
  5. 'B' places the order for petrol; online/over telephone/by fax (Any mode). 'A' raises debit to the Dealer's account through OnlineSBI. Upon confirmation of the credit, 'A' supplies petrol to 'B'. This is also referred to as the 'Pull method of e-collection'.
MIS reports

MIS can be downloaded by Corporate through their interface. The default MIS contains the data uploaded by corporate customer with SBI Reference No. and transaction status. If customer needs MIS in a different format then they have to advise INB department their format and accordingly the 'Reverse File Configuration' is done from the back office. MIS can be posted directly to the Corporate URL in the XML format. MIS can also be sent to the Corporates server through Secured File Transfer Protocol using SFTP client

Host to Host integration

If customers have ERP system, ERP systems have inbuilt security features. To transfer the file from ERP system to OnlineSBI system in a secure manner, we provide the following facilities:

  1. Up-load of encrypted file: Customer can use their own encryption logic for encrypting the file or else SBI can provide the same. We support both symmetric and asymmetric (Digital Certificates) type of encryptions.
  2. Automation of file uploads from customer ERP to SBI SFTP Server: Seamless file transfer between Corporates ERP system and SBI's server will be done through Secured File Transfer Protocol using SFTP client. SBI will install SFTP client in the gateway server of the Corporate. Corporate can set scheduler to set the frequency of 'push' and 'pull' of the files to and from SBI server.
  3. There is inbuilt encryption facility in SAP. If customers are using SAP ERP system then they can upload SAP encrypted file to OnlineSBI system without using other key for encryption. OnlineSBI system can process SAP encrypted file.
Demat View facility

Corporate Internet Banking enables you to view your Corporate Demat account online. You can view the account details, and generate the following statements online.

  1. Statement of holding
  2. Statement of transactions
  3. Statement of billing