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Educational Loan Offers in Mumbai

Educational Loan Can Be Used For Many Purposes Like Below

Higher Studies

For IIMs, IITs and ISB

For PG Diploma

Foreign Education

To Join in B Pharmacy or M Pharmacy

To Join in B.Tech or M Tech

University Education

Domestic (Indian) Education

Education Loan Features

  • Age Limits – 17 -30 Years
  • Flexible Loan Tenure up to 7 Years.
  • Min Loan Starts From 3,00,000
  • Max Loan Up to 50,00,000
  • Compare And Analyze The Best Loan suitable For Your Needs
  • Expert Advise On Loan Documentation
  • Nil Charges For Pre-Closure Of Loan Amount*
  • Repayment Through ECS/Auto-Debits/PDC
  • Various EMI Calculators And Amortization Tables To Understand Your Loan Repayment Amount.
  • We Support Until The Loan Closure.

Documentation For Education Loan

  • Signed Application form
  • Two Passport Size Photos - Applicant and Co-Applicant
  • Photo ID - Applicant and Co-Applicant (Any one of the following)
  • Residence Proof - Applicant and Co-Applicant (Any one of the following)
  • Academic Documents of Student/div>
  • Proof Of Admission (If available)
  • Last 8 Months Bank Statements of Co-Applicant
  • Income Proof of Co-Applicant
  • Accepted Collateral documents
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Driving License
  • Voters ID
  • Employee ID
  • Photo ID issued by the Central Govt. or State Govt.
  • Bankers Verification/ Bank Passbook with photograph of account holder attested by bank
  • Passport With Address
  • Bank Statement With Address
  • Driver's License with Address
  • Utility Bill (Not older than 3 months))
  • Telephone Bill (Not older than 3 months)
  • Ration card
  • Latest LIC Premium Receipt (Not older than 3 months)
  • Leave and License Agreement supported with an address proof / utility bill in the name of the landlord
  • Voter's ID
  • Marks sheet/Certificate of 12th Exam
  • Marks sheet/Certificate of Subsequent Years of Education e.g. BE, BCom, BSc, etc.
  • Marks sheet of Any Entrance Exam Taken e.g. CAT, CET, etc. (If applicable)
  • GRE/GMAT/TOFEL/LETS, etc Mark sheets For US Applicant
  • Scholarship Documents (if applicable)
  • Printed Admission Letter From the Institute on its Letterhead With Institute's Address
  • I-20 Form for the USA Applicant (If any)
  • 8 Months Bank Statements of Co-Applicant (If more than one bank account, provide copies of all)
  • Note: Make sure to include the bank statements of the Bank Account where Salary or Business or Professional receipts are credited every month.
  • Latest 3 Salary Slips or Salary Certificate on Employer's Letterhead
  • Last 2 year's Form 16 from Employer or Last 2 Year's Income Tax Returns
  • Any Other Income Proof That is Not Reflected in the Above Documents
  • Last 2 Year's Income Tax Returns
  • Last 2 Year's Certified Financial Statements or Provisional Financial Statements
  • Proof Of Office (any one of the following, Lease Deed, Utility Bill, Title Deed, etc.)
  • Any Other Income Proof That is Not Reflected in the Above Documents
  • Property Title Deed
  • Registered Sale Agreement Along With Society Share Certificate
  • Original Registration receipt for the above agreement
  • Allotment Letter By Municipal Corporation / Authorized Govt, Commencement Certificate from Municipal Corporation/Council.
  • 15 years or 30 years of Title Search (Previous Chain of Sale Deed establishing title) of the property.
  • Any other document as prescribed by our empanelled lawyers or chartered engineers from time to time
  • Residential Flat
  • Residential House
  • Non-Agricultural Land
  • A Fixed Deposit

Educational Loan FAQs

Usually, middle-income group people apply for education loans. However, because of: Rapidly rising costs of education Income tax benefit under 80 E of IT act Students wanting to take their own financial responsibilities to preserve the parents savings build positive credit history Even affluent families are going for education loan

With such a young population and one of the largest pool of students coupled with rising cost of education is only fueling the demand of education loans in India

We believe that going forward the education finance will largely consists of: Self-finance – Using parents savings, liquid assets etc. Scholarships & grants – Though in India the availability is quite limited, for meritorious students this may form a good chunk of the entire cost Education Loans – Rising costs, to minimise financial burden on the aging parents and tax benefits are three major reasons why more and more students and families are opting for loans of education

Yes, they should avail loan even if they have money. The reasons are explained in earlier questions

About Educational Loans

Accepted Collateral and documentation

Educational Loans will be available for following students:

Indian students attending overseas colleges and

Indian students attending colleges in India

Educational Loan covers the following

All of the tuition fees as applicable for the college/University 

Up to 100% of other expenses including

Living and hostel expenses

Examination fees, 

Library/laboratory fees, 

Purchase of books / equipments/instruments/uniforms

Purchase of computers / laptops considered necessary for completion of the course. 

Travel fare restricted to one economy class return ticket between India and the country of study, if applicable

Eligibility

Borrower must be an Indian citizen and must be 18 years of age or older

Co-borrower(s) must be an Indian citizen

Co-borrower(s) must have a bank account in any bank in India 

Confirmed admission in to the colleges before Educational Loan disbursement

Borrower and Co-borrower(s) must meet Banks/Financial Institution credit and underwriting norms as applicable from time to time.

Guarantor/Co-borrower Requirements

Borrower must be an Indian citizen and must be 18 years of age or older

It is mandatory to bring in an earning co-borrower(s) based in India to support the Education Loan application.

It is mandatory to bring in an earning co-borrower(s) based in India to support the Education Loan application.

Guarantor/Co-borrower(s) may be any of the following relatives, viz Father / Mother / Brother / Sister(married) /Spouse, where such co-borrower's income would be considered in determining the loan eligibility. And property related to: Father-in-law; Mother-in-law; Sister-in-law; Brother-in-law; Maternal or Paternal Uncle or Aunt, Grandparents also can be accepted.

Guarantor/Co-borrower's liability is co extensive with the Student; 

Guarantor/Co-borrower(s) to provide documentary proof to establish their relationship with the student, to the satisfaction of Bank/Financial Institution;

Loan Amount

Borrower must be an Indian citizen and must be 18 years of age or older

Minimum Loan Amount: Rs. 1,00,000 – Rs. 30,00,000

Rate Of Interest

Rate of interest will be floating rate of Interest, generally linked with the base rate of the banks, Present Scenario the Rate of Interest will be 11.5% to 15.0%.

Rate of Interest vary on account of a number of factors such as student's academic background, employability of the selected course from a selected college and country of study, financial strength of the co-borrower, loan repayment capability, credit history, collateral offered or not.

Loan Disbursement

The loan amount will be disbursed in Indian Rupees

The loan will be disbursed in India in Indian Rupees which can be converted to foreign currency for payment of university fees by the student wherever required.

Bank/Financial Institution disburses the tuition fee to the educational institute either directly or through an authorized servicer.

The tuition fee will be disbursed in installment as per the requirement of the specific educational institute.

Repayments of the loan to be made by the borrower in Indian rupees only.

Loan Re-payment Terms

Loan interest re-payment will start immediately after disbursement of the first installment of the loan.

Tenure of an education loan consists of:Duration of Study + free look Period after the Study + Repayment tenor

Maximum tenure up to 10 years

The loan tenure is however, subject to the factors such as the repayment capacity of the customer/s, future prospects of the course, age of the co-applicant, etc. and further subject to credit and underwriting norms as applicable from time to time.

Monthly repayment amount will be deducted from the bank account of the borrower/co-borrower using Electronic Clearing System (ECS).

Problems (at) Educational Loans

The amount of margin money required cannot be raised by the student.

Students who want to study abroad may need to take a loan that is more than the value of the collateral put up.

Income level of the guarantor is too low or the guarantor doesn't have credible Credit Score record.

It is difficult to prove that the college the applicant is going to is a valid college.

Applicant's documents are not in order.

If a student is studying abroad, there are a lot of formalities to be fulfilled and the student may not have accounted for the time that will be consumed.

ApnaLoanBazaar will help you to complete all the formalities with in a smooth manner to avail the Educational loan.

In today's scenario a lot of banks are apprehensive about funding studies abroad. The costs are huge and there is little guarantee that the applicant can get a job there after his/her course is over. You also have to take into account that the number of fake institutions abroad are rising and duping gullible students.

There is no one in the applicant's close family who has a credit score history.

Expert Advice

Best Practices for Educational Loan

Pay interest of Educational loansince from the availing of loan from Bank/Financial Institution.
Otherwise, once you graduate that interest will begin to accumulate interest as well, which is called compound interest. 
Try to get the collateral backed loan, which will cost you lesser Rate of Interest and Easy process of loan.
Try to get financial aid from the colleges to meet your educational needs, this will help you to reduce the Educational loan burden on you to further extent.
After you graduate, take the opportunity to pay down the principle of your loans while you're in a position to pay. Typically, loans are on deferment for six months after your graduation. This is so you have time to find a job.

Things not to do for Educational Loan

Don't rely on your parents to repay out a loan.
Some Banks give you more money than what you owe in tuition. These are called refunds. Don't take out loans that are in excess of your tuition. 
Try to meet other college costs by using your savings or setting up a payment plan.
Loans that provide refunds can only cause temptation. 
If you do get a refund, don't spend it. This money is supposed to be used for meal plans, supplies or books. When you receive that check, don't be foolish and use it on personal things. 
Don't assume that everything in your paperwork is what it should be. Make sure to read over all forms you receive. Most promissory notes explain what you must pay back and when you must begin to pay it. Be sure that you agree to all terms before signing anything! 
7. Don't take too much time off of school. If you choose to take a semester off, you'll be fine, but if you take off more than that, banks will begin to send you bills for your loans.

Basics of Educational Loans

There are three factors that you need to understand before applying for a Educational loan: Margin, Collateral and Repayments.

1) Margin:

Margin is the minimum amount that you have to pay as fees.

Margins vary from 5% to 20% depending on the loan taken and whether the educational institution is in India or abroad.
2) Collateral:
Generally banks will ask for collateral security for all educational loans valued above Rs. 10.0 lakhs, however for the less than Rs. 10.0 Lakhs, banks obtains necessary personal guarantees from the parents or blood relatives or any collateral as per bank comfort. Collateral will be inform of Residential or commercial upto 100% of the coverage of educational loans.
3) Repayment:

Repayment will generally starts from the six months from the completion of course, it can be vary from 6 months to 12 months as per the course discretion.

Simple interest is charged on the loan until the course ends. This interest (including holiday period interest) is added to the principal amount and the EMI is fixed. After six months, interest is charged on a reducing rate.

Banks may provide a 1% concession if the interest is serviced (paid) during the study and holiday period. In case you can service the interest, ask for the concession.

Caution: Repayment of Educational Loans

Your education loan is often the first liability of your credit history with the Bank. Do not default on your education loan. Defaulting on your education loan will make a worse impact on your Credit Score, it is difficult for you to repair your credit history after defaults the Educational Loan. Defaulting shows that you have failed the first credit test that you have been availed. Students, who have taken loans without any collateral, may assume that simply relocating from the address they have submitted to the bank means that they can get away from not paying their loan. This is not true.

When you take a loan, the bank submits your details to a credit bureau such as CIBIL and that's when you are entered into credit records. Your credit report has your name, address, and all your credit history (any credit cards you have owned, a personal loan you have taken and so forth).

Once you are registered with any of the four credit bureaus: CIBIL (you don't have to register, the banks will do that. You don't have a choice), all your details will be available to any banks from the credit bureau.

Try and service your interest during the study and holiday period. This may mean getting a part-time job. It may not be possible if you are studying in India but abroad it can be done.

If you can't make a payment on your own, borrow from family and friends. We cannot stress on how important it is that you don't default on your education loan.

If you get a job before the holiday period is over, service the interest. Start paying the loan only once you have been confirmed.

Do not make use of the entire duration of the loan period to pay off your loan. It suggests that you take too much time to pay off your debt. If you have a 7 year period, try and pay it off in 5 years.

About Mumbai

Mumbai, which was previously known as Bombay is a major metropolitan city of India. It is the state capital of Maharashtra . Mumbai city is known as the business capital of India, it being the country's principal financial and communications centre. The city has the largest and the busiest port handling India's foreign trade and a major Interntional airport. India's largest Stock Exchange which ranks as the third largest in the world, is situated in Mumbai. Here, trading of stocks is carried out in billions of rupees everyday.

Historic All India Congress Committee session was started on 7th of August 1942 at Gowala Tank Maidan. Mahatma Gandhi gave 'Quit India' call at this session. British arrested the Indian leaders soon afterwards but the momentum of the Quit India movement could not be stopped and led to the final withdrawal of the British on 15 August 1947.After independence, the state of Bombay was split into Maharashtra and Gujarat states in 1960 on linguistic basis, while the former retaining Bombay city as its capital.

Places To Be Visited In Mumbai

Gateway of India

    Mumbai's most recognized monument, the Gateway of India, was constructed to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to the city. It's also a popular place to start exploring Mumbai. These days the atmosphere around the monument resembles a circus at times, with numerous vendors peddling everything from balloons to Indian tea.

Heritage Buildings

    Mumbai has some captivating heritage buildings where you can marvel over staggering examples of intricate colonial architecture. Some of the best are the Gothic looking Prince of Wales Museumin the Kala Ghoda art precinct, Victoria Terminus (CST) railway station, the Bombay High Court and the buildings of Horniman Circle in the Fort area. The feature of Horniman Circle is its huge gardens, which provide a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. Also have a wander past the historic 18th century homes in Khotachiwadi village.

Haji Ali

    The imposing Haji Ali is both a mosque and tomb. It was built in 1431 by wealthy Muslim merchant and Sufi saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who was inspired to change the course of his life after going to Mecca. It also contains his body. Situated in the middle of the ocean, Haji Ali is only accessible during low tide from a narrow, 500 yard long walkway.

Caves and National Park

    In contrast to its millions of inhabitants and sprawling development, Mumbai surprisingly also has a national parklocated within its limits and the many ancient Buddhist caves, which have been hand carved into volcanic rock there. More caves, dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva, can also be found on Elephanta Island.

Juhu and Marine Drive Chowpatty Beaches

    The Juhu Beach in Mumbai is one of the most famous Indian beaches.It is located approximately 18 km from the city center and is a desired location for most film shootings.

Kala Ghoda Art Precinct

    Kala Ghoda, meaning "Black Horse" in reference to a statue that was once located there, is Mumbai's cultural center. This crescent-shaped stretch is home to Mumbai's best art galleries and museums. It's also filled with cultural spaces, including some wonderful pavement galleries.

Total Number Of Branches In Mumbai (2316)

STATE BANK OF INDIA (337 Branches)UNION BANK OF INDIA (168 Branches)SARASWAT CO-OP BANK LTD (154 Branches)THE SHAMRAO VITHAL CO-OP BANK (114 Branches)BANK OF MAHARASHTRA (103 Branches)PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK (91 Branches)YES BANK (89 Branches)SYNDICATE BANK (73 Branches)ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE (68 Branches)VIJAYA BANK (61 Branches)KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD (58 Branches)ABHYUDAYA CO-OP BANK LTD (57 Branches)BHARAT CO-OP BANK MUMBAI LTD (55 Branches)UCO BANK (51 Branches)ALLAHABAD BANK (46 Branches)ANDHRA BANK (42 Branches)PUNJAB & MAHARSHTRA CO-OP BANK (34 Branches)STATE BANK OF HYDERABAD (33 Branches)HDFC BANK (30 Branches)FEDERAL BANK (29 Branches)BANDHAN BANK LTD (29 Branches)IDBI BANK (28 Branches)INDUSIND BANK (28 Branches)STATE BANK OF PATIALA (26 Branches)UNITED BANK OF INDIA (24 Branches)AXIS BANK (24 Branches)ICICI BANK LTD (22 Branches)THE MUNICIPAL CO-OP BANK LTD (22 Branches)STATE BANK OF TRAVANCORE (21 Branches)STATE BANK OF MYSORE (21 Branches)PUNJAB & SIND BANK (19 Branches)TJSB SAHAKARI BANK LTD (19 Branches)RBL BANK LTD (18 Branches)STANDARD CHARTERED BANK (18 Branches)STATE BANK OF BIKANER & JAIPUR (17 Branches)SOUTH INDIAN BANK (17 Branches)LAKSHMI VILAS BANK (16 Branches)KAPOL CO-OP BANK LTD (15 Branches)CANARA BANK (15 Branches)JAMMU & KASHMIR BANK LTD (13 Branches)THE ZOROASTRIAN CO-OP BANK LTD (13 Branches)NKGSB CO-OP BANK LTD (12 Branches)APNA SAHAKARI BANK LTD (12 Branches)CORPORATION BANK (10 Branches)TAMILNAD MERCANTILE BANK LTD (10 Branches)CITIZEN CREDIT CO-OP BANK LTD (9 Branches)BANK OF BARODA (9 Branches)G P PARSIK BANK (8 Branches)MAHANAGAR CO-OP BANK (7 Branches)STATE BANK OF INDIA (6 Branches)DENA BANK (6 Branches)DEUSTCHE BANK (6 Branches)CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA (6 Branches)THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND N V (6 Branches)BANK OF INDIA (5 Branches)NEW INDIA CO-OP BANK LTD (5 Branches)IDFC BANK LTD (5 Branches)INDIAN BANK (5 Branches)ING VYSYA BANK (4 Branches)KARNATAKA BANK LTD (3 Branches)KALYAN JANATA SAHAKARI BANK (3 Branches)BASSEIN CATHOLIC CO-OP BANK LTD (3 Branches)BARCLAYS BANK (2 Branches)CITY UNION BANK LTD (2 Branches)AHMEDABAD MERCANTILE CO-OP BANK (2 Branches)MIZUHO CORPORATE BANK LTD (2 Branches)JANASEVA SAHAKARI BANK LTD (2 Branches)JANATA SAHAKARI BANK LTD (2 Branches)KALUPUR COMMERCIAL CO-OP BANK (2 Branches)INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK (2 Branches)EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF INDIA (2 Branches)DCB BANK LTD (2 Branches)DOHA BANK QSC (2 Branches)HSBC BANK (2 Branches)THE NASIK MER CO-OP BANK LTD (2 Branches)THE KARAD CO-OP BANK LTD (2 Branches)SHINHAN BANK (2 Branches)SOCIETE GENERALE (1 Branches)RESERVE BANK OF INDIA (1 Branches)RESERVE BANK OF INDIA, PAD (1 Branches)SBM BANK MAURITIUS LTD (1 Branches)RABOBANK INTERNATIONAL (1 Branches)THE MEHSANA CO-OP BANK (1 Branches)THE AP MAHESH CO-OP BANK LTD (1 Branches)THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA (1 Branches)WESTPAC BANKING CORPORATION (1 Branches)UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LTD (1 Branches)VASAI VIKAS SAHAKARI BANK LTD (1 Branches)STATE BANK OF INDIA (1 Branches)STATE BANK OF INDIA (1 Branches)STATE BANK OF INDIA (1 Branches)FIRSTRAND BANK LTD (1 Branches)NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK LTD (1 Branches)NATIONAL BANK OF ABU DHABI PJSC (1 Branches)NUTAN NAGARIK SAHAKARI BANK LTD (1 Branches)B N P PARIBAS (1 Branches)BANK INTERNASIONAL INDONESIA (1 Branches)SHINHAN BANK (1 Branches)ABU DHABI COMMERCIAL BANK (1 Branches)COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA (1 Branches)CREDIT SUISEE AG (1 Branches)DHANALAXMI BANK (1 Branches)BANK OF TOKYO MITSUBISHI LTD (1 Branches)CITI BANK (1 Branches)BHARATIYA MAHILA BANK LTD (1 Branches)