How to fill Indian overseas bank Deposit Slip Correctly

Indian Overseas Bank is one of the public sector bank  owned by the government of India. The head Office of this bank is situated in Chennai, India. Presently, the bank has 3400 branches in India. This Bank provides a wide range of services for the satisfaction of its customers like providing loans at affordable rate of interests. Issuing facility to withdraw by cheque  to the customers. The famous amongst other service is funds transfer under NEFT and RTGS. In this article we will cover the below listed topics. 

What is deposit Slip: Deposit slip or Bank pay in slip is a small piece of form that is filled by a bank customer in depositing money in his account. The form is equated into two parts Bank copy and customer copy. Now days bank are issuing green card to the customer to deposit money in his account thus making the system paperless. 

What are the charges of Depositing money in ones account: In actual there is no charge in depositing money in a concerned account. One can deposit to any number of time in  a particular account.

How to fill the deposit slip of Indian Overseas Bank

There are two part of a deposit slip one is customer copy which is at the extreme left (as shown in obove image) and the bank copy (which is at the extreme right). The customer need to fill both bank & Customer Copy,  the bank retains the bank copy and returns the customer copy as receipt to the customer after doing signature and putting bank seal on the customer copy.

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Entries to be filled in Deposit slip of Indian Overseas bank:

Bank Copy

Branch: Just write the name of the INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK branch where you are depositing your money

Credit A/C No.:  Just write your Saving or Current account number as stated in your pass book ( Note, please do check your account number twice before submitting the slip  to the cashier).

Date:  Just write the date on which you are filling the deposit slip to deposit money in your account( besides Account number coloumn).

Type of Account: Just Tick the type of account you are having whether SB/CA/RD/CC/TL/LOAN/CBS

खातेदार का नाम: Just write the your account name by which your are operating your account that is account name

 Rupees:   Just write the amount you are depositing in your account in words.

Rs. : Just write the amount in figure that you will be depositing in your account along with paisa.
Signature of depositor: Just put your signature in this coloumn ( Any signature)

Name and address:  Just write your name and your address in this coloumn.

Tel  No:  Just write your mobile number in which you wish to receive Bank deposit SMS Alert

Slip No. :                      Leave this Blank
Cashier/Clerk :            Leave this Blank
Authorises official :     Leave this Blank

Customer Copy:

Branch: Just write the name of the INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK branch where you are depositing your money

Date:  Just write the date on which you are filling the deposit slip to deposit money in your account( besides Account number coloumn).

A/C No.:  Just write your Saving or Current account number as stated in your pass book ( Note, please do check your account number twice before submitting the slip  to the cashier).

खातेदार का नाम: Just write the your name by which your are operating your account that is account name

Rs. : Just write the amount in figure that you will be depositing in your account.along with paisa.
Rupees:   Just write the amount you are depositing in your account in words.

Cashier/Clerk :           Leave this Blank
Authorises official :    Leave this Blank

Back side of Deposit Slip:

Denomination: In this coloumn Just the write the number of pieces of your currency whether it is in denomination of Rs 2000 note or Rs 500 note or Rs 100 note Just write number of pieces  that make your sum of money that you are depositing.

Note: Number of piece of a currency
Amount: Write the total amount you are deposting in your account
Paise: just write paise followed by amount.

Drawee Bank/Branch : Leave this coloumn Blank
Cheque No. : Leave this coloumn Blank

Thanks you have successfully filled the INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK Deposit slip

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