You can start the process of applying for a Personal Loan in any of the following ways: Online by clicking here. In person at any AXIS Bank Loan Center. To find the one closest to you, By calling Axis Bank Call Center at any of these toll free numbers: 1800 233 5577 or 1800 209 5577 or 1800 103 5577.You can start the process of applying for a Home Loan in any of the following ways:
Axis Bank will convey its decision within 5 working days from the date of receipt of the application provided the application is complete in all respects. The computation of 5 days shall starts from the day on which all documents required for a proper appraisal of the application are provided by the Customer to bank.
At Axis Bank, you can get a Personal Loan from Rs 50,000/- to Rs 15,00,000/-. Some of the the factors we consider when deciding a loan amount are: Your requirement and eligibility Your income Your repayment capacityAt Axis Bank, you can get a Personal Loan from Rs 50,000/- to Rs 15,00,000/-. Some of the the factors we consider when deciding a loan amount are:
Axis Bank offers you a flexible tenure ranging from 12 to 60 months. For more features of Axis Bank Personal Loans, please click here.
Yes, banks charge a non-refundable processing fee for every Personal Loan application. The processing charge to avail of an Axis Bank Personal Loan ranges between 1.5% to 2% of the loan amount plus service tax as applicable.
You may place request for Statement of Acccount or Repayment Schedule or Interest Certificate in either of the following ways: By calling Axis Bank Call Center at any of these toll free numbers: 1800 233 5577 or 1800 209 5577 or 1800 103 5577. By using your registered email id to write to Axis Bank at: firstname.lastname@example.orgYou may place request for Statement of Acccount or Repayment Schedule or Interest Certificate in either of the following ways:
You may repay your Personal Loan in any of the following three ways: Standing Instruction (SI): This mode can be used if you have an existing savings, salary, or current account with Axis Bank. You may wish to open a savings account with Axis Bank to use this option. Your EMI amount will be debited automatically at the end of the monthly cycle from the Axis Bank account you specify. Electronic Clearing Service (ECS): This mode can be used if you have a non-Axis Bank account and would like your EMIs to be debited automatically at the end of the monthly cycle from this account. Post-Dated Cheques (PDCs) : You can submit post-dated EMI cheques from a non-Axis Bank account at your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center. A fresh set of PDCs will have to be submitted in a timely manner. Please note Post Dated Cheques will be collected non-ECS locations only. Axis Bank recommend that you opt for either the SI or ECS mode of payment as they are both faster and less prone to error than the use of PDCs.You may repay your Personal Loan in any of the following three ways:
You may update your mobile number and email address in either of the following ways: By calling any of Axis Bank toll free numbers: 1800 233 5577 or 1800 209 5577 or 1800 103 5577. By using your registered email id to write to Axis Bank at: email@example.com
Before we process a foreclosure, all outstanding dues must be cleared. So we request you to first check for and clear any remaining amount that may be payable towards your Personal Loan by requesting a foreclosure statement from your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center. Once all outstanding dues have been cleared, please submit a foreclosure request at the Loan Center, and we will begin processing your request. Currently, Axis Bank levies no charge for pre-closure of a Personal Loan account.Before we process a foreclosure, all outstanding dues must be cleared. So we request you to first check for and clear any remaining amount that may be payable towards your Personal Loan by requesting a foreclosure statement from your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center.
Hyderabad city is the capital city of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, in the region of Telangana.
The city has an estimated population of around 8 million, making it 4th largest city in India, while the population of the metropolitan area was estimated above 9 million. Religiously and culturally, the city is united with Hindus, Muslims and Christians.
Hyderabad is an emerging information technology (or IT) and biotechnology hub of India. Hyderabad's many epithets include the City of Pearls, the City of Nawabs, the Biryani City and, because of its high-tech draw, Cyberabad.
Hyderabad has witnessed a remarkable growth in the real estate business. A number of mega malls have come up and are being built in the city. The rapid growth of the city, along with the growth of Secunderabad and neighbouring municipalities has resulted in a large metropolitan area.
The Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad has a unique distinction as the third largest museum in India and earned a worldwide fame for its largest one-man collection of antiques. It is a home for the prized collections from different civilizations. The Museum is a royal treat for art collectors with its 43,000 art objects and 50,000 priceless books and manuscripts. The collections range from Indian Art, Middle Eastern Art, European Art, Far Eastern Art, Children Art etc.
The sparkling white structure visible through skyline of modern Hyderabad, Birla Mandir is located towards the southern end of Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad situated atop the Kala Pahad which is a twin hillock of Naubat Pahad. The Birlas had built this temple in 1976 with white marbles procured from Rajasthan. The temple is dedicated to Sri Venkateswara. The hillock is at a height of 280-feet situated on a 13-acre plot
Golconda was the principal capital of the Qutub Shahi kings and a bustling centre for administration and commerce. This historical monument was constructed in the 1600’s. It was once considered to be home to a vault containing the ‘Hope’ and ‘Kohinoor’ diamonds. The inner fort has ruins of palaces, mosques and a hill top pavilion, which rises to more than 120 meters high and gives a bird’s eye view of other buildings. Golconda fort is undoubtedly one of most magnificent fortress complexes in India and it rests on a granite hill, considered an iconic monument depicting the history of Hyderabad.
Established in 1959, Considered to be among the best zoos in Asia, the Nehru Zoological Park is home to more than 1,500 species of birds, animals, and reptiles. The zoo hosts different species such as Indian Rhino, Bengal Tiger, Mynahs, African Elephants, White Peacocks, Chimpanzees,Rhinoceros and Python are some of the attractions that make the place unforgettable.
Charminar is a monument and a mosque, which is synonymous with the history of Hyderabad, India. The majestic structure was completed in 1591 CE and is not only a landmark building of Hyderabad but also a famous monument of India. A must visit place for anyone who wants to treat his eyes to an architectural masterpiece, the ‘Charminar’ is shrouded by myths regarding the purpose behind its construction.
Built by noted Sufi saint, Hazrat Syed Hussain Shah Wali in 1526, this lake is located across an area of 5.7 sq.Km. It receives its water supply from the Musi River. Boasting of some exotic surroundings, Hussain Sagar serves as the ideal location for a tranquilising evening with loved ones.
Maintained by the Buddha Purnima Project Authority as per the directives issued by the Telangana government is urban park was constructed in 1994. It is a dream come true for those willing to enjoy scenic beauty and that right in the heart of Hyderabad.
You can add a spiritual/religious flavor to your trip by visiting the ‘Jagannath Temple’ which is located in the Banjara Hills. A replica of the original temple in Puri, this sacred monument serves as a fitting tribute to the Oriya community in the city.
Equipped with a lavish reception room and a library which has a roof carved from Walnut, the Falaknuma was once private property of the Nizam’s royal family. On the architectural front, it a blend of the Italian and Tudor styles. Interestingly, its last significant guest was Rajendra Prassad who visited the palace in the 1950’s.
The brainchild of noted film producer Ramoji Rao, this celebrated facility was certified the world’s largest film studio complex in the world by the Guinness book of world records nearly two decades ago. A host of films have been shot here. A popular tourist attraction, it boasts of some impressive features such as a full-fledged amusement park.