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RTGS Vs. NEFT

Which is a Better Method of Transferring Funds?

Inter Bank Transfer is a special service that allows an individual to transfer funds electronically to accounts in other banks in India through the following two modes:

·         NEFT

·         RTGS

Description: Title: RTGS Vs NEFTLet us understand these two methods of fund transfer in detail so that we can decide which method you should use in what circumstance.

NEFT

The acronym “NEFT” stands for National Electronic Funds Transfer.  It is an online system for transferring funds from one financial institution to another within India usually the banks). The system was launched in November 2005, and was set to inherit every bank that was assigned to the SEFT (Special Electronic Funds Transfer System) clearing system. It was made mandatory by the RBI for all banks on the SEFT system to migrate to NEFT by mid December 2005. As such, SEFT was discontinued as of January 2006. The RBI welcomed banks that were full members of the RTGS to join the NEFT system.

RTGS

The acronym “RTGS” Stands For ‘Real Time Gross Settlement’.  RTGS is a funds transfer system where money is moved from one bank to another in ‘real-time’, and on gross basis. When using the banking method, RTGS is the fastest possible way to transfer money. ‘Real-time’ means that the payment transaction isn’t subject to any waiting period. The transaction will be completed as soon as the processing is done, and gross settlement means that the money transfer is completed on a one to one basis without clustering with another transaction. The transaction is treated as final and irrevocable as the money transfer occurs in the books of the RBI (Reserve Bank of India). This system is maintained by the RBI, and is available during working days for a given number of hours. Banks using RTGS need to have Core banking to be able to initiate RTGS

Minimum/Maximum amount for RTGS/NEFT transactions under Retail Internet Banking

Type

Minimum

Maximum

RTGS

Rs. 2 Lakh

No limit

NEFT

No Limit

No limit

Minimum/Maximum amount for RTGS/NEFT transactions under Corporate Internet Banking

Type

Minimum

Maximum

RTGS

Rs. 2 Lakh

No limit

NEFT

No Limit

No limit.

Time Schedule for RTGS & NEFT services

RTGS transactions will be sent to RBI based on the following schedule:

RBI Settlement Timings for RTGS Transactions

(other than Inter Bank Transactions)

Day

Start Time

End Time

Monday to Friday

09:00 hrs

16:30 hrs

Saturday

09:00 hrs

13:30 hrs

·         NEFT transactions will be sent to RBI based on the following schedule:

RBI Settlement Timings

Day

Start Time

End Time

Monday to Friday

09:00 hrs

19:00 hrs

Saturday

09:00 hrs

13:00 hrs

NEFT transactions are settled in batches based on the following timings:

·         Settlements on weekdays at hourly intervals from 9:00 hrs to 19:00 hrs

·         Settlements on Saturdays at hourly intervals from 9:00 hrs to 1:00 hrs.

Please note that all the above timings are based on Indian Standard Time (IST) only

Mandatory information for RTGS & NEFT payment

The Remitter has to provide the following details:

·         Amount to be remitted

·         Account no. to be credited

·         Name of the beneficiary bank

·         Name of the beneficiary customer

·         Sender to receiver information, if any

·         IFSC code of the receiving branch.

·         Mobile number of the remitter.

The amount will be credited to the account basing on the account number only. As such remitter has should be cautious on the account number while transferring the amounts in electronic mode

Difference between RTGS Vs. NEFT

The fundamental difference between RTGS and NEFT, is that while RTGS is based on gross settlement, NEFT is based on net-settlement. Gross settlement is where a transaction is completed on a one-to-one basis without bunching with other transactions. On the other hand a Deferred Net Basis (DNS), or net-settlement means that the transactions are completed in batches at specific times. Here, all transfers will be held up until a specific time. RTGS transactions are processed throughout the working hours of the system.

 RTGS transactions involve large amounts of cash, basically only funds above Rs 200,000 may be transferred using this system. For NEFT, any amount below Rs 200,000 may be transferred, and this system is generally for smaller value transactions involving smaller amounts of money.

RTGS processes in real-time (‘push’ transfer), while NEFT processes in cycles during the given working day. This causes a NEFT transaction that is initiated later than the last cycle to be completed the next day.

So if you want to transfer large sums of money real time RTGS is better but for small amounts where there is not much urgency NEFT is a Better Option. Usually RTGS costs more than NEFT Transactions.

TABLE OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NEFT & RTGS

Criteria

NEFT

RTGS (Retail)

Settlement

Done in batches (Slower)

Real time (Faster)

Full Form

National Electronic Fund Transfer

Real Time Gross Settlement

Timings on Mon – Fri

8:00 am – 6:30 pm

9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Timings on Saturday

8:00 am – 12:30 pm

9:00 am – 1:30 pm

Minimum amount of money transfer limit

No Minimum

2 lacs

Maximum amount of money transfer limit

No Limit

No Limit

When does the Credit Happen in beneficiary account

Happens in the hourly batch Between Banks

Real time between Banks

Maximum Charges as per RBI

Upto 10,000 – Rs. 2.5
from 10,001 – 1 lac – Rs. 5
from 1 – 2 lacs – Rs. 15
Above 2 lacs – Rs. 25

Rs. 25-30 (Upto 2 – 5 lacs)
Rs. 50-55 (Above 5 lacs)
(Lower charges for first half of day)

Suitable for

Small Money Transfer

Large Money Transfer

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on

Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) System

Q1.      What is RTGS System?

Ans. The acronym 'RTGS' stands for Real Time Gross Settlement, which can be defined as the continuous (real-time) settlement of funds transfers individually on an order by order basis (without netting). 'Real Time' means the processing of instructions at the time they are received rather than at some later time; 'Gross Settlement' means the settlement of funds transfer instructions occurs individually (on an instruction by instruction basis). Considering that the funds settlement takes place in the books of the Reserve Bank of India, the payments are final and irrevocable.

Q2.      How RTGS is different from National Electronics Funds Transfer System (NEFT)?

Ans. NEFT is an electronic fund transfer system that operates on a Deferred Net Settlement (DNS) basis which settles transactions in batches. In DNS, the settlement takes place with all transactions received till the particular cut-off time. These transactions are netted (payable and receivables) in NEFT whereas in RTGS the transactions are settled individually. For example, currently, NEFT operates in hourly batches. [There are twelve settlements from 8 am to 7 pm on week days and six settlements from 8 am to 1 pm on Saturdays.] Any transaction initiated after a designated settlement time would have to wait till the next designated settlement time Contrary to this, in the RTGS transactions are processed continuously throughout the RTGS business hours.

Q3.      Is there any minimum / maximum amount stipulation for RTGS transactions?

Ans. The RTGS system is primarily meant for large value transactions. The minimum amount to be remitted through RTGS is ` 2 lakh. There is no upper ceiling for RTGS transactions.

Q4.      What is the time taken for effecting funds transfer from one account to another under RTGS?

Ans. Under normal circumstances the beneficiary branches are expected to receive the funds in real time as soon as funds are transferred by the remitting bank. The beneficiary bank has to credit the beneficiary's account within two hours of receiving the funds transfer message.

Q5.      Would the remitting customer receive an acknowledgement of money credited to the beneficiary's account?

Ans. The remitting bank receives a message from the Reserve Bank that money has been credited to the receiving bank. Based on this the remitting bank can advise the remitting customer through SMS that money has been credited to the receiving bank.

Q6.      Would the remitting customer get back the money if it is not credited to the beneficiary's account? When?

Ans. Yes. Funds, received by a RTGS member for the credit to a beneficiary customer’s account, will be returned to the originating RTGS member within two hours of the receipt of the payment at the PI of the recipient bank or before the end of the RTGS Business day, whichever is earlier, if it is not possible to credit the funds to the beneficiary customer’s account for any reason e.g. account does not exist, account frozen, etc. Once the money is received back by the remitting bank, the original debit entry in the customer's account is reversed.

Q7.      Till what time RTGS service window is available?

Ans. The RTGS service window for customer's transactions is available to banks from 9.00 hours to 16.30 hours on week days and from 9.00 hours to 14:00 hours on Saturdays for settlement at the RBI end. However, the timings that the banks follow may vary depending on the customer timings of the bank branches.

Q8.      What about Processing Charges / Service Charges for RTGS transactions?

Ans. With a view to rationalize the service charges levied by banks for offering funds transfer through RTGS system, a broad framework has been mandated as under:

(a) Inward transactions – Free, no charge to be levied.

(b) Outward transactions 2 lakh to 5 lakh not exceeding 30 per transaction;
Above 5 lakh – not exceeding 55 per transaction.

Q9.      What is the essential information that the remitting customer would have to furnish to a bank for the remittance to be effected?

Ans. The remitting customer has to furnish the following information to a bank for initiating a RTGS remittance:

1.    Amount to be remitted

2.    Remitting customer’s account number which is to be debited

3.    Name of the beneficiary bank and branch

4.    Name of the beneficiary customer

5.    Account number of the beneficiary customer

6.    Sender to receiver information, if any

7.    The IFSC Number of the receiving branch

Q10.    How would one know the IFSC code of the receiving branch?

Ans. The beneficiary customer can obtain the IFSC code from his bank branch. The IFSC code is also available on the cheque leaf. The list of IFSCs is also available on the RBI website (http://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/RTGS/DOCs/RTGEB0112.xls). This code number and bank branch details can be communicated by the beneficiary to the remitting customer.

Q11.    Do all bank branches in India provide RTGS service?

Ans. No. All the bank branches in India are not RTGS enabled. Presently, there are more than 100000 RTGS enabled bank branches. The list of such branches is available on RBI website at: http://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/RTGS/DOCs/RTGEB0112.xls

Q12.    Is there any way that a remitting customer can track the remittance transaction?

Ans. It would depend on the arrangement between the remitting customer and the remitting bank. Some banks with internet banking facility provide this service. Once the funds are credited to the account of the beneficiary bank, the remitting customer gets a confirmation from his bank either by an e-mail or SMS. Customer may also contact RTGS / NEFT Customer Facilitation Centres of the banks, for tracking a transaction.

Q13.    Whom do I can contact, in case of non-credit or delay in credit to the beneficiary account?

Ans. Contact your bank / branch. If the issue is not resolved satisfactorily, complaint may be lodged to the Customer Service Department of RBI at -

The Chief General Manager
Reserve Bank of India
Customer Service Department
1st Floor, Amar Building, Fort
Mumbai – 400 001
Or send 
email

Q14.    How can a remitting customer know whether the bank branch of the beneficiary accepts remittance through RTGS?

Ans. For a funds transfer to go through RTGS, both the sending bank branch and the receiving bank branch would have to be RTGS enabled. The lists are readily available at all RTGS enabled branches. Besides, the information is available at RBI website (http://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/RTGS/DOCs/RTGEB0112.xls). Considering that more than 100000 branches at more than 20,000 cities / towns / taluka places are covered under the RTGS system, getting this information would not be difficult.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on

National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) System

Q.1.     What is NEFT System?

Ans. National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) system is a nation wide funds transfer system to facilitate transfer of funds from any bank branch to any other bank branch.

Q.2.     Are all bank branches in the system part of the funds transfer network?

Ans. No. As on January 31, 2007, 18500 branches of 53 banks are participating. Steps are being taken to widen the coverage both in terms of banks and branches.

Q.3.     Whether the system is centre specific or has any geographical restriction?

Ans. No, there is no restriction in the number of centres or of any geographical area. The system uses the concept of centralised accounting system and the bank's account that are sending or receiving the funds transfer instructions, gets operated at one centre, viz, Mumbai only. The individual branches participating in NEFT could be located anywhere across the country, as detailed in the list provided on RBI website.

Q.4.     What is the funds availability schedule for the beneficiary?

Ans. The beneficiary gets the credit on the same Day or the next Day depending on the time of settlement.

Q.5.     How does the NEFT system operate?

Ans. Step-1: The remitter fills in the NEFT Application form giving the particulars of the beneficiary (bank-branch, beneficiary's name, account type and account number) and authorises the branch to remit the specified amount to the beneficiary by raising a debit to the remitter's account. (This can also be done by using net banking services offered by some of the banks)

Step-2: The remitting branch prepares a Structured Financial Messaging Solution (SFMS) message and sends it to its Service Centre for NEFT.

Step-3: The Service Centre forwards the same to the local RBI (National Clearing Cell, Mumbai) to be included for the next available settlement. Presently, NEFT is settled in six batches at 0930, 1030, 1200, 1300, 1500 and 1600 hours on weekdays and 0930, 1030 and 1200 hours on Saturdays

Step-4: The RBI at the clearing centre sorts the transactions bank-wise and prepares accounting entries of net debit or credit for passing on to the banks participating in the system. Thereafter, bank-wise remittance messages are transmitted to banks.

Step-5: The receiving banks process the remittance messages received from RBI and affect the credit to the beneficiaries' accounts.

Q.6.     How is this NEFT System an improvement over the existing RBI-EFT System?

Ans. The RBI-EFT system is confined to the 15 centres where RBI is providing the facility, whereas there is no such restriction in NEFT as it is based on the centralised concept. The detailed list of branches of various banks participating in NEFT system is available on our website. The system also uses the state-of-the-art technology for the communication, security etc, and thereby offers better customer service.

Q.7.     How is it different from RTGS and EFT?

Ans. NEFT is an electronic payment system to transfer funds from any part of country to any other part of the country and works on net settlement basis, unlike RTGS that works on gross settlement basis. While EFT is restricted to the fifteen centers (only where RBI offices are located), NEFT is a nation-wide electronic fund transfer system.

Q.8.     Any limit on the amount of individual transaction?

Ans. There is no value limit for individual transactions.

Q.9.     What about Processing Charges/Service Charges

Ans. While RBI has waived the processing charges till March 31, 2008, levy of service charges by banks is left to the discretion of the respective banks. The bank-wise details of charges levied are available on the RBI website.

Q.10.   How will I know which are the branches participating in the NEFT?

Ans. RBI publishes the list of bank branches participating in the NEFT on its website i.e. www.rbi.org.in.

Q.11.   What is IFS Code (IFSC)? How it is different from MICR code?

Ans. Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) is an alpha numeric code designed to uniquely identify the bank-branches in India. This is 11 digit code with first 4 characters representing the banks code, the next character reserved as control character (Presently 0 appears in the fifth position) and remaining 6 characters to identify the branch. The MICR code has 9 digits to identify the bank-branch. 

Q.12.   How will I know, what is the IFS Code of my bank-branch?

Ans. RBI had since advised all the banks to print IFSC on cheques leaves issued to their customers. You may also contact your bank-branch and get the IFS Code of that branch.

Q.13.   Whom I can contact, in case of non-credit or delay in credit to the beneficiary account?

Ans. Contact your bank/branch. If the issue is not resolved satisfactorily, the Customer Service Department of RBI may be contacted on cgmcsd@rbi.org.in or write to:

 

The Chief General Manager,

Reserve Bank of India,

Customer Service Department,

1st Floor, Amar Building, Fort,

Mumbai-400001

Q.14.   Is it necessary to have a bank account to originate the NEFT transaction?

Ans. Yes, NEFT is an account to account funds transfer system.

Q.15.   Is it necessary that the beneficiary should have an account at the destination bank-branch?

Ans. Yes, NEFT is an account to account funds transfer system.

Q.16.   Can I receive foreign remittances through NEFT?

Ans. This system can be used only for remitting Indian Rupee among the participating banks within the country.

Q.17.   Can I send remittances abroad using the NEFT?

Ans. No

Q.18.   Can I originate a transaction to receive funds from another account?

Ans. No

Q.19.   Can I send/receive funds from/to NRI accounts?

Ans. Yes, subject to applicability of provisions of FEMA

Q.20.   Would the remitting customer receive an acknowledgement of money having been credited to the beneficiary's account?

Ans. Acknowledgement is generated for the customer at his branch informing him that his remittance is received by the beneficiary. However the mode of communication would depend on the facility provided by bank / branch.

Q.21.   Would the remitting customer get back the money if it is not credited to the beneficiary’s account?

Ans. Yes, the remitting customer gets back the money if it is not credited to the beneficiary account.

Q.22.   Till what time NEFT service window is available?

Ans. There are six settlements at 0930, 1030, 1200, 1300, 1500 and 1600 hours on weekdays and 0930, 1030 and 1200 hours on Saturdays.

Q.23.   What is the essential information that the remitting customer would have to furnish for the remittance to be effected?

Ans. The essential information that the remitting customer has to furnish is:

·         Beneficiary details such as beneficiary name and account number

·         Name and IFSC of the beneficiary bank branch.

Q.24.   Is there any way a remitting customer can track the remittance transaction?

Ans. The remitting customer can track the remitting transaction through the remitting branch only, as the remitting branch is informed about the status of the remitted transactions.

Precautions when using NEFT and RTGS Transfer Systems

An electronic funds transfer (EFT) is generally considered both secure and safe since they have built-in security features. However, since they are often coursed through different communication mechanisms, it is also important to understand what precautions you need to take to stay safe.

Precautions:

·         Ignore emails supposedly coming from your bank, from PayPal or from you credit card service provider informing you that your account with them has been compromised. Usually, this also comes with an official-looking request and forms to fill up wherein you will provide all your personal information. The standard procedure observed in cases where such information is needed is to submit them directly at the secured website or at the bank itself.

·         Avoid downloading freebies like software applications since this is how malware or spyware gets attached to your PC. Spyware can extract information from your computer without your knowing it and can surreptitiously relay your info to the author of the spyware.

·         In case your credit cards, debit cards or ATM cards have been stolen, report the matter immediately to the credit company or to your depository bank to block all future transactions.

·         Make it a point to review your credit reports periodically if you frequently or regularly make purchases via online stores. Particularly if your credit purchases are your most common electronic transactions. Report any unauthorized transactions or cash advances immediately to the credit reporting bureau and to your credit card service provider.

·         Install additional security software if necessary. Some protection features may include those that can detect and block unusual activities going on in your PC.

·         Keep yourself up to date with the latest trends on how cybercrimes are carried out and know the precautionary measures to take.

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Comments..


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12-May-2014

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04-Jul-2014

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11-Jul-2014

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19-Jan-2014

The information is good but at one place the limit has not been revised for RTGS "" RTGS transactions involve large amounts of cash, basically only funds above Rs 100,000 may be transferred using this system. For NEFT, any amount below Rs 100,000 may be transferred, and this system is generally for smaller value transactions involving smaller amounts of money."" The limit is Rs2 Lakh instead of Rs1Lakh

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19-May-2014

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15-Mar-2014

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25-Apr-2014

RTGS transactions involve large amounts of cash, basically only funds above Rs. 2,00,000 may be transferred using this system in this statement you are mentioned Rs. 1,00,000 and I have one doubt what is minimum amount transfer in NEFT any amount or minimum 50,000 give me reply

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19-Jul-2014

there are dispute about Difference between RTGS Vs. NEFT minimum amount given Rs 100000 and Rs 200000. please clear it.

SISHUTOSH PANIGRAHI
21-Jul-2014

Pls also clarify whether NEFT remittances are possible using an outstation Bank Cheque from a non-Home branch. SBI customer using SBI cheque of one city can remit from SBI of another city? This will be useful. All your information are immensely helpful for customers.

SISHUTOSH PANIGRAHI
21-Jul-2014

Pls also clarify whether NEFT remittances are possible using an outstation Bank Cheque from a non-Home branch. SBI customer using SBI cheque of one city can remit from SBI of another city? This will be useful. All your information are immensely helpful for customers.

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29-Jul-2015

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02-Sep-2015

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04-Sep-2015

Thanks for giving clear information about NEFT & RTGS.

svhydrauliks
13-Aug-2014

The beneficiary Name and Account No. is mandatory. If the they do not match, Then what is the state of transaction in RTGS & NEFT

SRIVIDHYA.R
22-Aug-2014

The above details are Excellent . and only one thing for NEFT will be below 2,00,000/- and RTGS will more than 2,00,000/- has be revised. so pls update the mandatory details above statement.

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22-Sep-2014

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09-Oct-2014

Sir , all the information are very valuable. I am a SBI customer but now a days I am facing problem in transferring fund through RTGS. Actually I am very far from my home branch, and when I visited in near by non home branch they directly refused me and told that it is only possible if that is my home branch and suggested that make transfer your account here. Pl help me by your valuable guidance.

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23-Dec-2014

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18-Mar-2015

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Thanks for information about RTGS&NEFT

sitaram
08-Jul-2016

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Manavalan
14-Sep-2017

useful information

HUKAMARAM PARIHAR
22-Sep-2017

Thanks for information about RTGS & NEFT

Bikky Agarwal
29-Feb-2016

Excellent Information

Anupam RAJ
20-Dec-2016

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SUSHIL CHAURASIYA
25-Mar-2016

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21-Sep-2016

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23-Nov-2016

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rishant kumar
18-Jan-2017

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Mohammad Shahzad
30-Dec-2016

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08-Dec-2016

GOOD INFORMATION OF NEFT & RTGS

AJAY KUMAWAT
30-Nov-2016

good

DEEPAK SEHGAL
30-Sep-2016

The difference has been clarified in a crystal clear method. No more confusion.

SHARAD GARAD
24-Aug-2016

Excellent

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24-Aug-2016

Very good & useful information

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24-Aug-2016

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04-Nov-2016

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10-Nov-2016

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