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  • Waiver of Processing, Documentation & Other charges applicable on Housing Loan "Apna Ashiana" and Vehicle Loan "Suhana Safar" upto 30.06.2017.new

  • Bank has opened its 134th Branch at Nagina. new

  • Bank has opened its 133rd Branch at Bhurarani – Rudrapur. new

  • Bank has opened its 132nd Branch at Sohna Road - Gurugram. new

  • Notice- Extension of last date for submission of Applications for Recruitment of Specialist Officers(Notification dated October 15, 2016)new

  • MOU signed between Nainital Bank & India First Life Insurancenew

  • Bank has opened its specialized Loan Processing Centre "Naini Loan Point" at Lucknow, New Delhi, Dehradun and Haldwani.new

  • Application for converting existing saving account to PMJDY( Basic Saving Bank Deposit ) Account. – Click here for download

  • Bank conferred with Excellence Award for excellent performance under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna(PMJDY).

  • Notice for the customers regarding CTS-2010 Standard Cheque Forms. Click here…

134 Branches - 100% CBS/RTGS/NEFT Enabled
Naini Swabhiman
Financial Inclusion :

Financial inclusion broadens the resource base of the financial system by developing a culture of savings among large segment of rural population and plays its own role in the process of economic development. Further, by bringing low income groups within the perimeter of formal banking sector; financial inclusion protects their financial wealth and other resources in exigent circumstances. Financial inclusion also mitigates the exploitation of vulnerable sections by the usurious money lenders by facilitating easy access to formal credit.

Naini Swabhiman :

Swabhiman is path-breaking initiative by Govt. of India and bank to cover the economic distance between rural and urban India. It promises to bring basic banking services to all unbanked villages in the country. The Swabhiman movement facilitate opening of bank accounts, provide need based credit, remittance facilities and help to promote financial literacy in rural India using various models and technologies including branchless banking models through Business correspondents.

Features :
  • Basic banking services to unbanked villages/rural area.

  • The movement facilitates opening of banks accounts, provide need-based credit and remittance facilities besides helping in promoting financial literacy in rural India.

  • The programme is aimed at increasing the demand for credit among the millions of small and marginal farmers and rural artisans who will benefit by having access to banking facilities.

  • This financial inclusion campaign aims at providing branchless banking services through the use of technology