Latest OBC Deposit slip PDF after merger with PNB

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Latest OBC Deposit Slip PDF

If you are finding for OBC deposit slip for cash and cheque then you are at right place. We are providing OBC Bank Cheque Deposit slip PDF for the customer who wanted to deposit cheque. We also published Guideline for how to fill OBC deposit Slip?

The Oriental Bank of Commerce ┬ámerged into Punjab National Bank. The customer of Oriental Bank of Commerce can use Punjab National bank’s service. Below is link to download PDF of OBC Deposit slip. Click on The link to Download your PDF

Download Latest Oriental Bank of Commerce Bank Deposit Slip (PNB)

Click here to Download OBC Cheque Deposit Slip PDF (OLD)

Bank : OBC Bank

Type : PDF

Information Update on : 14 feb 2021

Useful for : Cash and Cheque deposit

Customer : Punjab National bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce OBC

Note : Punjab National bank, OBC Bank, OBC were amalgamated on 1 April 2020. So customer of three Bank’s can use PNB deposit slip. i.e. Pay in Slip

If you are customer of Oriental Bank of Commerce , then for RTGS form click here. Our website Insuregrams also published article related to OBC Bank net banking, you can access by clicking it here. If you want to see preview of OBC deposit slip pdf then below image is attached.

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Oriental Bank of Commerce Cash Deposit Slip

The OBC Bank provide deposit slip for multiple purpose. You can use slip for Cash deposits and also cheque deposit facility. Below is link for Oriental Bank of Commerce cash deposit Slip PDF.

Download Latest Oriental Bank Deposit Slip (PNB)

Click here to Download OBC Cash Deposit Slip PDF

The pay in slip is also called as deposit slip. The Pay in slip used for cash and cheque deposits. Download from link to use it.

OBC deposit slip

OBC Deposit Slip

if you are filling first time OBC Bank’s deposit Slip then you can read our guideline on How to fill OBC Bank cheque or Cash deposit Slip.

How to fill Oriental Bank of Commerce Cash and Cheque Deposit slip?

Fill Customer Copy part of OBC Deposit Slip

The first part in OBC Bank cheque and cash deposit form is for customer copy. When you submit deposit slip then they will return this part to customer.
You need to write date, Branch Name. Now enter your account number and account type in next row.
In next section write details about cash notes / cheque details like cheque number. At last write amount in word.

Fill Bank’s deposit slip Part

The next part in OBC deposit slip is for Bank.
In this part enter date, Branch, Branch Name, account holder name.
In next row enter account number and account type.
In next row write Bank & Branch related information, city, cheque number (if any), Denomination, and total amount. At last sign your signature again.

Complete form and submit to Bank

Now fill the remaining details like telephone number, Pan Number if amount is more than Rs 50000. Purpose of Payment. After completion, submit the form to deposit counter in Oriental Bank of Commerce.

Conclusion

The OBC was merged with PNB Bank. So you can use PNB Deposit slip if you want. The OBC deposit slip use for cheque and cash deposit. As we shown the form is really simple to fill. if you need to learn how to fill deposit slip then read our guideline. If you like our article or any information you want then comment down. We will reply as soon as possible.

What is cash deposit charge in Oriental Bank of Commerce?

After OBC Bank’s merger the amalgamated Bank decided cash deposit charges. The Oriental Bank of Commerce will charge zero / NIL for cash deposits up to Rs 2 Lakhs. After free cash deposits limit, OBC Bank will charge Rs 1 per Rs 1000 or part thereof with a minimum of Rs 15 per transaction. The charge is exclusive of Tax.

What is cash deposit charge for Current account customer in Oriental Bank of Commerce?

The Oriental Bank of Commerce give free cash deposits limit of Rs 2 Lakhs in current account. After free limit OBC Bank charge Rs 1 per 1000 Rs deposited or part thereof with a minimum of Rs 25 per transaction. The charge is exclusive of Tax.