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A IDBI Bank Loan is a transaction where the lender gives money to the borrower, to be paid back with interest in EMI's.

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IDBI Bank Loan FAQs

  1. What are the interest rates for IDBI Bank Loans?
    Each bank will have different Interest rates. Interest rates will also vary depending on each individual’s eligibility criteria’s. Typically Interest rates start at 12% and can go up to 28%.

  2. How much money am I eligible for?
    You can borrow as much as you can repay. This in banking terms would mean a Loan that has an EMI that does not exceed 40% of your monthly take home income, where the EMIs for existing loans are also deducted.
    For self-employed applicants, profit is the benchmark that determines loan value. The longer the time frame for repaying the loan the lower the EMI and this also means you can opt for a larger loan amount. The loan amount you are eligible for is also dependent on other factors like the company you are employed with, the location of your residence and your credit history.

  3. Can I have a co-applicant for a IDBI Bank Loan?
    Yes, you can opt for a co-applicant. This can help you increase the loan amount you are eligible for as the income of the co-applicant is also taken into consideration.

  4. What is credit history? How does a financial institution check on my credit history?
    A credit history is basically a record of your past repayments of loans and credit card bills. Also, there is a central bank of data available with the Credit Bureau of India Limited (CIBIL), where data from all the banks on existing loans and their repayment patterns of their customers are accumulated. Before approving your loan a financial institution always checks with CIBIL on your loan repayment track record.

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    One of the easiest ways to do this is to compare online. Find your Loan at BankBazaar.com to gain instant access to the best quotes from various lenders.

  6. What does prepayment charge mean? Does it matter while comparing loans?
    A Loan is repaid to the lender within a fixed time frame, which is usually 1 to 5 years. In case you want to clear the loan payment earlier than the agreed time frame, the bank levies a prepayment penalty charge. This could be up to 5% of the outstanding loan amount but can vary according to the bank and the credit profile of the borrower. Make sure the interest saved by pre-paying exceeds the prepayment fee paid. This is one of the factors to keep in mind while comparing loans.

  7. What is the difference between a fixed interest rate and floating interest rate?
    A fixed interest rate remains constant throughout the loan tenure regardless of the market conditions whereas a floating interest rate can decrease or increase depending on market fluctuations. For instance, it increases when RBI hikes up short term interest rates. Banks usually quote the floating rate loans as their index rate (prime lending rate) plus or minus x%. Banks usually increase or decrease their prime lending rate when the RBI increases or decreases short term interest rates.

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IDBI Bank Loan Eligibility & Documentation

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IDBI Bank Loan Eligibility: You are eligible for a loan if you are:
  • Salaried individual
  • Self employed individual
  • Self employed professional like doctor, lawyer, etc.
  • Aged above 18 years
  • Have a good CIBIL credit score
  • Good repayment capacity with fixed & stable income source
  • Overall banks rating for the company you work for
  • Try our Personal Loan eligibility Calculator to check how much loan amount you are eligible for.

IDBI Bank Loan documentation: IDBI Bank loan documentation process is minimal and generally banks require the following document:
  • Identity proof (Pan card, Passport, etc.)
  • 3 to 6 months bank statement (if salaried then bank statement of your salary account)
  • Residence proof (rent agreement, property document, ration card, etc)
  • Salary Slips
  • In case of self-employed banks require balance sheets, profit & loss account, partnership deed & other documents etc.

IDBI Bank Loan Interest RatesUpdated on 06 February 2016

Details of IDBI Bank Loan

Personal Loan Interest Rate.(Monthly reducing balance)
14.25% to 49% fixed. Check Customized Interest Rates Now!
Processing Fees
1% to 5% of loan amount
Personal Loan Tenure
1 year to 5 years
Personal Loan Amount
Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. 20 lakhs
Pre-closure Charges
4% of pre-closed amount
Guarantor Requirement
No guarantor required

Details of Home Loan

Home Loan Interest Rate.(Monthly reducing balance)
10.5% to 14.25% floating. Check Customized Interest Rates Now!
Processing Fees
0.5% to 1% of loan amount
Home Loan Tenure
1 year to 20 years
Home Loan Amount Funded
Up to 85% of property value
Pre-payment Charges
0% to 2% of amount being prepaid
Pre-closure Charges
0% to 2% of amount being preclosed
Guarantor Requirement
No guarantor required

Details of Car Loan

Car Loan Interest Rate.(Monthly reducing balance)
10.50% to 14.25% floating. Check Customized Interest Rates Now!
Processing Fees
Up to Rs. 3,650
Car Loan Tenure
1 year to 5 years
Pre-closure Charges
3% to 6% of foreclosed amount
Car Loan Amount
Varies based on car model. Up to 100% financing for pre-approved customers.
Guarantor Requirement
No guarantor required

Loan Articles

  • How Does Personal Loan compare to other loans!!!
    A personal loan is by nature an unsecured credit that is provided to an individual based on his personal capability of repayment. The process is extremely simple and fast provided that the requisite documents are in order when applying for the loan.
  • Know Your Personal Loan!
    The ease and simplicity associated with the personal loan along with no restrictions on the end usage makes it extremely popular option to raise funds when there is an urgent need. There are many doubts in the minds of applicants regarding the post disbursal procedure involved in a personal loan
  • Personal Loan criteria for the self employed
    One should opt for a personal loan only when all other means of availing funds have been exhausted and the need is pressing and situational. Taking a personal loan when the need is not justifiable or other means are available creates tremendous amount financial complications at a later stage.
  • How to calculate your loan eligibility!
    Most people who buy a home through a home loan are often left with little cash to carry out any further improvements in the house as per their requirements. Some opt for personal loans in order to make good this requirement.
  • Home loan document checklist for self employed!
    Every financial institution which deals in home loans has a specified set of requirements which are to be met by a borrower. When a borrower is found to be eligible for the loan, only then he is granted the amount applied for.
  • How to select your home loan lender?
    Getting a home loan approval can be a long and tiresome process especially if you are a self-employed professional or business owner. This is because many banks doubt business men for job continuity, as they are free to quit their jobs at any time. 
  • How to get a car loan faster!
    Getting a car loan is not supposed to be a Herculean task where the customer runs from pillar to post trying to negotiate a good deal and securing approval of the financing company.
  • Luxury car loans in India!
    The key to pushing up sales in this segment lies in creating unbeatable financing schemes that will lure the prospective customer from mid segment to luxury cars.
  • What is the application process for a car loan?!
    Applying for a car loan is relatively simpler as compared to a home loan primarily because the amount involved is less and the documents needed are much simpler to obtain.
  • Banks are in a better position to vet foreign universities
    The end of 2014 witnessed a large number of students being deported from US universities. The reasons are unclear, but the common factor is that the universities were low profile such as NorthWestern Polytechnic University and Silicon Valley University. This also happen in 2011, where 6,500 Indian students were deported from Australia despite many of them being enrolled in accredited universities. These events result in shock, stress and a huge loss of money. To try to avoid such circumstances, Indian Bank Association has a list of 1,100 institutions that are accredited and pre-vetted. The list is not rigid but helps when seeking admission into a good college and while trying to get an educational loan. Also, check the employability after your course and the general placement record of your university. The type of degree chosen, the level of the course, and the specialisation also play an important role. If you choose to fund your studies abroad with an educational loan, banks will check applicable guidelines of a country and the immigration laws. Banks are also up to date on accredited universities as well as accreditation agencies. Each case is evaluated separately and you have a better chance of going abroad without much of the hassle.
  • Bhubaneshwar sees many new Universities and Reforms on Education Loan
    With the beginning of a brand new paradigm in higher education with introduction of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) at the undergraduate level, the year 2015 would be remembered as a year of new universities. The Bhubaneswar government also upgraded three erstwhile colleges to universities - Gangadhar Meher University, Rama Devi Women's University and Khallikote Cluster University. The Odisha State Open University and VSS Institute of Medical Sciences (VIMSAR) also became functional with an upgraded status this year. Indian Institute of Management (IIM) at Sambalpur became operational this year and the Centre has also promised to establish Indian Institute of Science Education and Research by this year. The government has also recruited a significant number of faculty members for universities and offered liberal funding for their infrastructure upgradation. One of the biggest milestones in higher education in 2015 was that all universities and 32 autonomous colleges in the state introduced CBCS. Introduction of three-month short-term spoken English course for undergraduate students in over 25 state colleges to prepare job-ready student workforce is also one major milestone this year. The Odisha State Interest Subvention Scheme (OSISS) offers subsidy in education loan interest by 4 per cent for boys and six per cent by girls. This has encouraged students from the economically weaker sections to pursue professional and higher education.
  • Enlarging the access to Higher Education through Education Loans
    The Government is planning to offer schematic interventions that will subsequently overcome economic and social disadvantages to make higher education available for all. The Central Government is aiming to implement the Central Sector Plan Scheme named “Scheme on Interest Subsidy on Educational Loans" which aims to provide professional higher education for students from economically backward sections of the society. This scheme will offer full interest subsidy during the moratorium period of duration of the course plus a year. This loan scheme can be availed by students whose parent’s/guardian's’ annual income is not more than Rs.4.5 lakhs. Towards this, Rs.5501.36 crores have been released to National Scheduled Tribes Finance & Development Corporation (NSTFDC), National Safai Karmacharis Finance & Development Corporation (NSKFDC), National Scheduled Castes Finance & Development Corporation (NSCFDC) and Banks. Another education loan scheme aims at students from Jammu and Kashmir having a parental annual income of not more than six lakhs. The main aim of these education loan schemes introduced by the Central Government and the UGC is to offer education for all, especially professional higher education.
  • Lok Adalat in Trichy benefits education loan borrowers
    Education loan borrowers have benefitted in a huge manner through the Mega National Lok Adalat held in Trichy, recently. Around 35,334 cases were settled by the Lok Adalat, for a value of Rs. 23.35 crore. This included 980 non-performing assets cases, worth Rs.7.78 crore, 626 vehicle accident cases worth Rs.13.31 crore, 99 cheque bouncing cases worth Rs.51.08 lakh and 352 civil disputes worth Rs.99.21 lakh. Additionally, 31,625 traffic violation cases were also settled for Rs. 24.83 lakh. The Lok Adalat facilitated the settlement of education loans with special concessions. For example, a student had taken an education loan for Rs. 1.05 lakh from the Mannachanallur branch of Bank of Baroda. The Lok Adalat got in touch with the bank and reduced the loan repayment amount to Rs. 65,000
  • Save Tax on Education Loan for Overseas Studies
    The Pune Income-tax Appellate Tribunal has stipulated that education loan borrowers can now avail tax savings on the education loan availed for studying overseas. According to Section 80E of the IT Act, parents of students who have availed an education loan to study abroad are eligible to claim tax deduction on the interest paid towards the loan. Another condition mandatory for being eligible for this scheme is that the student must have passed his/her SSE or equivalent educational qualification from a recognized institution in India before opting for higher education abroad
  • Towards bringing up the performance of education loan sector
    Increasing trepidations over the non-performing assets (NPAs) in the education loan file, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Mr. Raghuram Rajan emphasized the significance of creating a flexible and smooth loan settlement structure. Even though government and RBI have directed banks to not ask for security for loans up to INR 4 lacs, the non-performance level is making the banks demand collateral. Giving a speech at the Delhi Economics Conclave, Rajan reiterated that banks are seeking possibilities of offering different ways of loan repayment to students, taking their course, work and CTC into consideration. He believes that the Aadhar and other related info would help banks to modify and inculcate that flexibility in settling the loan. These agreements must be designed in such a way as to automatically give a moratorium period to students who do not procure jobs immediately after course completion.
  • About easing education loan procedure
    Members of the National Students Union of India (NSUI) organized a protest last week, forcing the government to take up steps to eradicate the troubles in the way of education loan approvals for students. Talking at the meet, NSUI State Convener, C G Madhusudan, had reiterated that banks cannot demand any kind of security or guarantee to sanction loan up to INR 4 lacs by the banks for students from poor financial background, eager to pursue higher studies or professional courses. Even the disbursement of interest and principal settlement can be deferred till the course is completed. The recommendations had been distributed based on the model education loan plan set by the Indian Banks’ Association. Bank representatives were adjourning the procedure and clearing the requests, citing that they need some security for loans not exceeding this sum. Representatives of NSUI K. Chethan, H.S. Balaji and D.L. Srijith partook in the event
  • Education loan decisions up to RBI & IBA – Kerala High Court
    A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court declared that it is up to the Indian Bankers Association, RBI and the central government to make a call on the minimum scores required, for students belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, in qualifying exams to be eligible for education loans. The Bench comprised of Chief Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice A.M. Shafique. It was when disposing a writ petition filed by a few SC/ ST students following rejection of their loan application to the State Bank of Travancore (SBT). According to the earlier given procedures, the minimum score needed to make you eligible for applying was 50 percent. But the bank maintained that it is 60 percent as per the recent amendment by IBA. And the court ruled the case in the bank’s favour.
  • Parents of Education Loans to Protest against Loan Recovery Firm
    Parents who comprise of the educational loan borrowers who have defaulted on their loans plan on staging a protest against Reliance Asset Reconstruction Company (R-ARC). The situation has risen because Reliance Asset Reconstruction Company (R-ARC) bought over Rs. 130 crore bad debts from the State Bank of Travancore for Rs. 63 crore. A large number of educational loans are given to nursing students in Kerala and these borrowers have also happen to be a majority of the defaulters. 8,568 borrowers have defaulted on their loans and this is due to the fact that they are unemployed, poor or earning very low salaries. The Indian Nurses’ Parents Association plans on protesting against R-ARC and to put a stop to its planned ‘coercive’ efforts for loan recovery. The protest targets to cancel the deal.

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