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  • Established in 1911, Central bank was the first bank wholly managed and owned by Indians. In line with the guidelines from RBI, Central Bank has been playing an increasingly important role in promotion of agriculture, small scale industries as also medium and large industries. Providing loans for education has also been on the priority list [...]

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  • Fullerton India Credit Company Limited is a Non-Banking Financial Corporation (NBFC), which has started its operations in January 2007. With the network of 425 branches across the country, the company is catering to various retail demands of customers, including personal loans, vehicle loans and corporate loans, including business loans and SME loans. Interest Rates The [...]

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  • The education loans of IDBI Bank are aimed to fulfill the needs of deserving students for higher education. They can avail the loans for a variety of courses, getting complete financial backing for for regular graduate, post graduate and various other diploma courses as well. Interest Rates Amount Interest Rate Up to Rs 4 lakh [...]

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  • Indiabulls started in the middle of 1999 as a brokerage service house and moved towards online internet brokerage services in 2000. After launching its IPO, the company started its financing services with consumer loans. The company provides home loan with the USP of disbursing loans within 48 hours. Interest Rates Loan Amount Salaried Self Employed [...]

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  • Indian Bank, constituted in 1907, plays an important role in micro finance with its Micro Credit Kendras functioning in 44 rural/ semi-urban areas. The bank has been lending various retail loans including home, personal, education, etc. to a diversified customer base, with the help of 1,867 branches in India and presence in 70 countries. The [...]

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  • With the strong presence in all arenas of advances including personal, social, MSME, agriculture and corporate banking, it is a steadily growing bank in terms of branch network, business and various other parameters. Punjab National Bank, which started its operations in 1895, provides education loan under the loan name “Vidyalakshyapurti”. Its education loans are being [...]

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  • Reliance Commercial Finance, a member of the Reliance family, is one of the growing non-banking financial companies of India which offers various financing solutions such as vehicle loans, mortgage loans, loans against investments, SME loans, and microfinance lendings. Interest Rates Reliance provides home loans at the floating rate of 10.25%. Charges Charges^ Amount Loan Processing [...]

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  • Vijaya Bank became operational on 23 October 1931 and today, has about 1190 branches and 47 extension centres spread across all states of the country. The bank offers a wide variety of services including retail and corporate credit. The bank offers education loans at nil processing, pre-payment and documentation charges. Interest Rates The education loan [...]

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  • UCO Bank’s education loan scheme extends a helping hand to meritorious students for obtaining higher studies, including professional and technical education. With nearly 2,000 branches in Indian and two international financial centres, the bank is working hard towards its aim of becoming the most trusted, admired and sought-after financial institution.  Interest Rates Amount Interest Rate [...]

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  • The Star Educational Loan Scheme of Bank of India aims at fulfilling the financial needs of deserving/ meritorious students for higher education in India and abroad. The bank claims to lay emphasis on providing opportunity to every meritorious student on affordable terms and conditions. Let’s find out how affordable the rates of Bank of India are…

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