State Bank of India or SBI, country’s largest lender by assets, enables internet banking users to access a number of banking facilities. SBI customers can access their account balance information, facilitate a fund transfer, apply for a new cheque book and debit cards under this service. The lender also allows its internet banking subscribers to set up a fixed deposit (FD) and recurring deposit (RD) accounts via internet banking. To register for online services, users can download the registration form from the SBI net banking website – onlinesbi.com.
SBI bank branches provides the subscriber with a “Pre Printed Kit (PPF)”, which contains details such as username and password. These details are required for logging into the portal for the first time after registration. It is mandatory for the user to change the username and password during the first session, according to SBI’s website. In case user forgets his password, they can reset it.
Step 1: Click on “Forget Login Password” on the SBI’s internet banking login screen
Step 2: User will be redirected to another screen where he is required to enter the details like username, account number, country, mobile number, date of birth followed by the captcha shown on the screen
Step 3: Click on ‘Submit’
Sep 4: User will receive an OTP (on-time password) on the registered mobile number, which he is supposed to enter in the required field. A new page will open where he can create a new password
Users can also create login password using ATM card details or by using SBI’s internet banking profile password. Profile password is used within the portal for doing vital operations like adding and deleting beneficiaries, changing payment limits, updating personal information etc.