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SBI e-Mudra: Get Rs. 50000 Instantly from SBI; Complete Details Inside

Abha Toppo
Abha Toppo
SBI e-Mudra Loans

The government launched Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana in 2015 to promote small enterprises in India. Under this scheme, non-corporate, non-farm and micro-enterprises can take business loans up to Rs. 10 Lakh. Mudra loans can be availed through any bank - commercial banks or non- banking finance institutions, rural banks and small banks.

State Bank of India, country’s largest bank also provides Mudra Loan to Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). You can avail SBI e-mudra loans to meet various business requirements like business expansion, modernization, purchasing machinery etc. Non-Corporate Small Business Segment that comprises of small manufacturing units, service sector units, vendors, shopkeepers, repair shops, artisans etc. through SBI Bank can take benefit of Mudra Loan.

If you have account in SBI then you can also apply for SBI Mudra loan upto Rs. 1 Lakh online via SBI e-Mudra website - https://emudra.sbi.co.in:8044/emudra

What are the benefits of SBI Mudra Loan?

Overdraft facility

You get an Overdraft facility with SBI Mudra Card. It is a card that provides cash credit services & also acts as debit card.

Processing fees

Banks do not take any processing fees for Mudra loan. If you don't have any collateral or security, these loans are collateral-free.

Lower Interest Rates

The Interest Rate on SBI Mudra Loans is determined as per RBI guidelines, hence are lower than regular business loans.

Purchasing inventory

State Bank of India Mudra Loan can be availed for business expansion, buying equipment etc. In addition, as part of the scheme, there is a separate provision for getting the inventory for expanding their business.

Special concession to women

Under Mahila Uddyami Yojana, the Centre encourages women to start their enterprises. Thus, they can avail SBI Mudra loan at discounted rate.

SBI e-mudra Interest Rate & Charges

Interest rate - Linked to MCLR that ranges between 8.40 percent to 12.35 percent

Processing fees - No fees for Shishu & Kishor and 0.5 percent of loan amount for Tarun

Pre-payment charges - 3 to 5 yrs including a moratorium of upto six months depending on the activity/ income generation

What is the Eligibility for Mudra Loan

The minimum age of the applicant should be 18 years & maximum age limit is 65 years.

Documents Needed for SBI e-Mudra

These are the documents that will require for SBI Shishu Mudra Loan

  • GST Registration certificate

  • SBI account details

  • Udyog Aadhar details

  • Shop and Establishment Certificate

Documents needed for SBI Kishore & Tarun Mudra Loan

  • Identity Proof like PAN, Voter ID, Aadhar Card, Passport etc.

  • Residence Proof like Utility bills, Passport, etc.

  • Bank Statements for last six months

  • Aadhar and proof of establishment for Business ID

  • Price Quotations for purchasing equipment / machinery

  • Balance Sheet statement of last two 2 years

  • Profit and Loss statement of last two 2 years

  • Passport size Photo of applicant

How to Apply for SBI e-Mudra Loan?

You can apply for SBI e-Mudra Loan Online as well as Offline. Follow the steps given below to apply for SBI e-Mudra Loan Online;

Step 1 – Go to SBI e-mudra website and click on 'Proceed'.

Step 2 – Then read the instructions given and click "Ok" button.

Step 3 - A new page will open wherein you will have to enter details like Mobile Number, SBI Account Number, Loan Amount & click on Proceed.

Step 4 – Fill in the application form and upload all necessary documents.

Step 5 – Now accept the terms & conditions with an e-sign. You will have to provide your Aadhaar number to provide consent for using Aadhaar for e-Sign.

Step 6 – At last enter the OTP that you will receive on the registered mobile number.

SBI e-mudra offline process

Go to your nearest SBI branch and meet the concerned official handling loans and finances. Tell him about your loan requirement and business proposal. He will give you e-Mudra application form. Just fill the form, attach necessary documents and submit it.

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