India Post online banking facilities have now been officially opened, making life easier for several savings account holders throughout India. Most of the jobs can now be done online like in the case of other private or public sector banks. The online banking portal of the Post Office is https://ebanking.indiapost.gov.in/. With the unveiling of the online services of the India Post savings bank, you can easily operate your NSC (National Saving Certificates) and PPF (Public Provident Fund) and also term deposit accounts with ease.
The accounts that can be managed online include savings accounts, PPF accounts, RD (Recurring Deposit) accounts, NSC (National Saving Certificate) accounts, Term Deposit accounts, loan on PPF, recurring deposit half-withdrawal and TDS (tax deducted at source). Customers can easily manage payees and initiate transfers of funds within DoP and embark on PPF withdrawal too. They can view scheduled transactions along with PPF contribution/loan repayment. They can view recurring/standing instructions and operate RD deposits. They can easily view all transactions along with RD half withdrawal repayment and incomplete transactions.
The general facilities on offer include the ability to make service requests and inquiries along with mails. You can easily get the request form for Post Office Savings Bank Internet Banking from ebanking.indiapost.gov.in and this will have to be filled up by the account holder. Post Office savings account holders can easily submit their online banking application forms as well. The DoP online banking facilities were launched recently by Union Minister Manoj Sinha. Post Office Saving Scheme rates of interest are periodically fixed by the Central Government.