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For Sub Brokers Only - Brokerage Structure Fixed Income for the month of February '2014
Note: All Interest & Brokerage rates are subject to revsion without prior notice. It is advisable to consult our branch/RM before submiting applications. Brokerage related queries must be intimated within two months of deposit of application. Brokerage rates mentioned are net in hand and subject to TDS. Brokerage rates are exclusive of service tax, In case you are liable to pay service tax & registered under the said act please raise an invoice mentioning your service tax registration number. * ROI is subject to change. Please confirm with your servicing branch before submission of deposits.

RECOMMENDED FIXED DEPOSITS SCHEMES
Company Scheme Rating Min. Deposit Amount Interest Frequency 6
Cum - Int comp annually HDFC ( Individual Deposits) Upto 1 Cr Rates Effective from 28/8/2013 CRISIL (FAAA) ICRA (MAAA) 20000*1000 Yearly Hlf Yrly Qtly 40000*1000 Mtly Cum - Int comp annually CRISIL (FAAA) ICRA (MAAA) 20000*1000 Yearly Hlf Yrly Qtly 40000*1000 Mtly *Cum - Int comp annually HDFC ( Ind & Trust Deposits) Deposits from 1 Crore upto Rs.5 Crores CRISIL (FAAA) ICRA (MAAA) Interest Revised W.E.F 28/08/2013 Annualy Hlf Yrly Monthly

Interest Rate (%) 12
12-23 = 9.25 12-23=9.05 12-23=8.95 12-23=8.90 12-23 = 9.25 12-23=9.05 12-23=8.95 12-23=8.90 12M =10.00 12M=9.80 12M=9.65 12M=9.70 12M = 10.10 12M=9.90 12M=9.75 12M=9.80 15M -9.60 15M -9.40 15M -9.30 15M -9.25 Double Money Plan

Broker Rates 36M & Above
48-60M=9.00 48-60M=9.00 48-60M=8.80 48-60M=8.70 48-60M=8.65 48-60M=9.00 48-60M=9.00 48-60M=8.80 48-60M=8.70 48-60M=8.65 36M=9.30 36M=9.30 36M=9.10 36M=8.95 36M=9.00 36M=9.45 36M=9.45 36M=9.25 36M=9.10 36M=9.15 33M - 9.50 33M - 9.50 33M - 9.30 33M - 9.20 33M - 9.15 9.15% 9.35% 12M=0.35 24M=0.70 36M=1.05 48M=1.40 60M=1.65 12M=0.25 24M=0.60 36M=0.95 48M=1.30 60M=1.65 12M=0.15 24M=0.30 36M=0.50 12M=0.05 24M=0.15 36M=0.15 -

Additional Remarks

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24-47=9.25 24-47=9.25 24-47=9.05 24-47=8.95 24-47=8.90 24-47=9.25 24-47=9.25 24-47=9.05 24-47=8.95 24-47=8.90 24M=9.75 24M=9.75 24M=9.55 24M=9.40 24M=9.45 24M=9.85 24M=9.85 24M=9.65 24M=9.50 24M=9.55 22M - 9.60 22M - 9.60 22M - 9.40 22M - 9.30 22M - 9.25

0.25% extra for Sr. citizen above 60 years. Compounded Annually. Interest Rates for deposits below Rs. 1 Crore only.

HDFC ( Trust Deposits) Upto 1 Cr

0.25% extra for Sr. citizen above 60 years. Compounded Annually. Interest Rates for deposits below Rs. 1 Crore only.

*For Cumulative Option, interest is compounded annually.

HDFC - Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.

Qtly *Cum - Int comp annually HDFC ( Ind & Trust Deposits) Deposits from 5 Crore upto Rs.20 Crores CRISIL (FAAA) ICRA (MAAA) Interest Revised W.E.F 28/08/2013 Annualy Hlf Yrly Monthly Qtly Cum Yearly Hlf Yrly Qtly Mtly Regular Senior Citizens CRISIL (FAAA) ICRA (MAAA) HDFC Money Multiplier Plans Senior Citizens 4/12/2013 Min Dep Amt - 20000 Regular

*For Cumulative Option, interest is compounded annually.

HDFC PLATINUM DEPOSIT PLAN INDIVIDUAL & TRUSTS ( Int Rates revised w.e.f 16/12/2013) HDFC - Double Money Plan

CRISIL (FAAA) ICRA (MAAA)

20000*1000 40000*1000

15M=0.35 22M=0.55 33M=0.80

0.25% extra for Sr. citizen above 60 years. Compounded Annually. Interest Rates for deposits below Rs. 1 Crore only.

Rates effective from

95 MONTHS 93 MONTHS Money multiplier Plan 55 MONTHS 76 MONTHS 54 MONTHS 74 MONTHS 9.35% 9.35% 9.35% 9.75% 9.75% 9.35% 9.35% 9.35% 9.75% 10.23%

1.50% 1.50%

New Scheme Introduced w.e.f 4th December'2013 9.23% 9.23% 9.41% 9.49% 36M= 9.50% 48-60m=9.35% 12M = 0.50% 0.25% Addln Interest:Sr Citizen, Bajaj Group Employees & Bajaj Finance Live existing customers 24M = 0.90% 36M = 1.40% Interest Compounded Annually - Cumulative 36M= 9.50% 48-60m=9.35% 36M= 9.50% 48-60m=9.35% 36M= 10% 48-60m=9.75% 48M = 1.50% 60M = 1.50% 36M= 11.03% 48m=11.27% 60m=11.85%
1.15% 1.35% 1.15% 1.35%

BAJAJ FINANCE LIMITED
Greater M'bai incl N M'bai & Thane + NCR Pune , Blore , Hyd, Ahmd , Kolkata, Chennai

FAAA & MAA BY CRISIL

Location Wise
1,50,000/1,00,000/Non Cum - Rs. 1 lacs Cum - Rs. 50000

Monthly Quarterly Half Yearly Annually Cumulative Eff.Yield p.a.

NEW

BAJAJ FINANCE

Rest of India

( Feb to Mar'2014)

Additional Brokerage @0.15% for Single Application >= 5 Lakhs

Company

Scheme

Rating

Min. Deposit Amount
10000*1000

Interest Frequetncy 6

Interest Rate (%) 12
9.25 9.00 8.90 9.25 9.05 8.95

Broker Rates 36M & Above
36M= 10.25 48-60M =9.75 36M=10.00 48-60M=9.50 36M= 9.90 48-60M=9.40 36M-60M=10.75 36M-60M=10.47 36M-60M=10.34 36M=11.94 36M - 60M = 2.00 12M = 0.50 18M = 0.70 24M = 0.90 36M-60M = 1.15 12M=1.10 24M = 1.45

IMP NOTES

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10.00 9.75 9.65 9.75 9.52 9.41

MAHINDRA FINANCE

Mahindra Finance Ltd (Photograph mandatory with across signature of Ist depositor for Fresh / Renewal Dep)
w.e.f 01st March '2013-rates revised 3-5yrs

Cum Hlf Yrly Qtly Cum/Yrly

18M=9.75 . . -

CRISIL "FAAA"

25000*1000 50000*1000

0.25% extra for Sr. citizen above 60 years/Employee. Renewal only principal amount . Interest Compounded Annually. Ensure all the cheques banked are CTS cheque only.

NC scheme : 10000

Half Yrly Quarterly

SHRIRAM TRANSPORT FINANCE LTD.

SHRIRAM UNNATI ( Brokerage Rates applicable for the period Jan to Mar'2014)

CRISIL "FAA+" ICRA "MAA+"

Cum Scheme : 5000 ( Multiples of Rs.1000)

0.25%extra for Sr. citizen age 60 years. Interest Compounded Annually. Post Dated interest Cheque of each F/Y will be issued in advance.

Cumulative yield p.a.

-

9.25

10.23

48M= 12.60 60M= 13.32 36M-60M=10.25

Monthly SALUTE SCHEME By KTDFC Prior Approval to be taken for deposit 1above 50 lakhs 25000*25000(=25lacs *25000 >=50Lacs * 25000

8.88 Lock In Period Cumulative ( Mthly) 5 Years 10 Years 10.50% . 10.25

9.34 Yeild 13.73% 18.45% 10.25

Below 25 Lakhs = 0.35% Above25 Lakhs = 0.50% Above50 Lakhs = 0.65% 12M = 0.15 24M =0.18 24M = 0.20 36-60M = 0.35 No Brokerage in Renewal 12M = 0.25 24M = 0.35 36M = 0.45 48M = 0.50 60M = 0.60 No Brok. In Renewal 12M = 0.45 24M = 0.55 36M = 0.65 48M = 0.70 60M = 0.80 No Brok. In Renewal 12-23M = 0.70 24-35M = 1.15 36-84M = 1.70 12-23M = 0.70 24-35M = 1.15 36-84M = 1.70 0.50% extra for Privllege Depositors (Sr. Citizens above 60 yrs. DHFL Shareholders. DHFL H.L. Customers, Armed forces Personnel & Widows), 0.25% extra on single application deposit 25 lacs and above . Interest Compounded Half Yly 0.50% extra for Privllege Depositors (Sr. Citizens above 60 yrs. DHFL Shareholders. DHFL H.L. Customers, Armed forces Personnel & Widows), 0.25% extra on single application deposit 25 lacs and above . Interest Compounded Half Yly 0.50% extra for Privllege Depositors (Sr. Citizens above 60 yrs. DHFL Shareholders. DHFL H.L. Customers, Armed forces Personnel & Widows), 0.25% extra on single application deposit 25 lacs and above . Interest Compounded Annually 0.50% extra for Privllege Depositors (Sr. Citizens above 60 yrs. DHFL Shareholders. DHFL H.L. Customers, Armed forces Personnel & Widows), 0.25% extra on single application deposit 25 lacs and above . Interest Compounded Half Yeraly Lock in Period once opted cannot be changed. Renewal can be done for further period of 5 years on expiration of initial deposit period

10000*1000 upto 25Lkh

36M- 10.25 48-60M 10.00

KTDFC
Kerala Transport Development Finance Corporatin Ltd.

Guaranteed by Government of Kerala

Cu/Mtly/Qtly >=2500000*1000 . 10.50 10.50 36M- 10.50 48-60M 10.25

0.25% extra for Sr. citizen above 60 years . Interest Compunded Monthly in cumulative and Quarterly option. Interest is paid by way of ECS/ NEFT / Interest warrant. Post dated interes cheques for each F/Y will be sent in advance.

>=50,00,000*1000

.

10.50

10.50

36M- 10.50 48-60M 10.25

DHFL -Aashray Deposit Plus (12-84mths for all Investors) Int rates revised w.e.f 5/6/2013 N. Cum Sch / Int payable< 25 Lakhs DHFL -Aashray Deposit Plus (12-84mths for all Investors) Int rates revised w.e.f 5/6/2013 Cum Scheme / Int payable< 25 Lakhs DHFL- Aashray Deposit Plus 40 months - For All investors Int rates revised w.e.f 05/6/2013

20000*1000 CARE(AA+) BWR (FAAA) 10000*1000 20000*1000 CARE(AA+) BWR (FAAA) 10000*1000 2000*1000 CARE(AA+) BWR (FAAA) 10000*1000 20000*1000 CARE(AA+) BWR (FAAA)

Mtly Qtly Half yearly Yearly Mtly Qtly/ Yrly Half yearly Yearly Half Yearly Quarterly Monthly Cumulative Yearly Half Yearly Quarterly Monthly Cumulative Yearly Half Yearly Quarterly Monthly Cumulative Yearly Half Yearly Quarterly Monthly Cumulative

9.80 9.88 10.00 10.25 10.00

9.80 9.88 10.00 10.25 10.00

9.80 9.88 10.00 10.25 10.00 10.50 10.20 10.05 9.95 10.50 10.76 10.50 10.37 10.29 10.50 10.78 10.50 10.36 10.28 10.50 10.25 10.00 9.88 9.80 10.00

9.80 9.88 10.00 10.25 10.00

1.70

DHFL -Dewan Housing Finance Ltd.

DHFL-Ashray Deposit Plus 14 months (For All Category) Int rates revised w.e.f 1/9/2013

10000*1000

In Single Deal wise < 1Cr = 0.90 >=1Cr to5Cr =1.10 >=5 Crore =1.20 In Single Deal wise < 1Cr = 0.90 >=1Cr to5Cr =1.10 >=5 Crore =1.20

DHFL Ashray Deposit Plus 13 months (Only for Trusts) Int rates revised w.e.f 1/09/2013 DHFL-Swayam Sidha Scheme fo Women only (500 Days) Int rates revised w.e.f 05/6/2013

CARE(AA+) BWR (FAAA)

50000*1000

10000*1000 CARE(AA+) BWR (FAAA) 20000*1000 10000*1000

0.80

0.50% extra for Women depositors in the segment such as Senior Citizens, Widows, Armed Forces personnel, DHFL Shreholders and DHFL Home Loan Borrowers, 1st depositor should we women, Interest Compounded Half yearly

Brokerage Structure Fixed Income for the month of February'2014

COMPANY
Ansal Housing & Construction ABC India Ltd Ansal Properties & Infrastructure Ltd Aplab Limited Deepak Nitrite Ltd Damodar Industries Limited DARCL Logistics Ltd

REMARKS

Min. Deposit Amount
10000*1000 25000*1000

FIXED DEPOSITS SCHEMES INTEREST RATE SUB BROKER RTES 6 12 24 36 6 12 24 36
10.00 10.00 11.00 11.00 11.50 11.50 12.00 12.50 12.00 12.25 12.50 10.00 10.50 11.00 8.75 9.00 9.00 0.40 0.70 -

Additional Remarks

1.40 2.40 3.40 Interest Compounded Monthly.Post dated Interest cheques for each F/Y will be sent in advance 0.90 1.40 1.90 0.90 1.40 1.90 Interest compounded monthly 0.35 0.65 1.05 Cum : Int comp Qtrly/NC : Int pay qtrly / Mthly inc : int pay monthly ( Accepts from pub & shareholders) 0.30 0.70 1.10 0.25% p.a. for Sr. Citizen & Shareholders. Compounded Half Yearly 0.35 0.60 0.85 0.50% p.a. for Sr. Citizen + Shareholders & Employee's of the Co 0.40 0.65 0.85 Senior Citizens ( 60yrs & above ) : 0.50% ( Int payable Qtrly in NC & Int comp qtrly in Cum) 0.35 0.60 0.85 0.50 0.80 1.20 0.70 1.20 0.30 0.70 Interest frequency - Cumulative / Quarterly Interest frequency - Cumulative / Half Yearly Int payable Hlf yrly Int payable Hlf yrly

Scheme C - Monthly Inc Scheme - cancelled

Min Dep Amt : 50000 Sch A & B

Pan card of 1st holder only Rates Revised w.e.f 03-8-2013
Pan card & Bk details compulsory - ECS

10000*1000 20000*1000 5000*1000 Non Cum : 50000*10000 Cum : 5000*1000 25000*5000 10000 10000*1000 25000*1000 100000*1000 25000
Mthly & Qtrly - 12m-1lac / 24m75000/36m-50000 Yearly - 12m&24m-10000 /36m5000

11.00 11.50 12.00 11.00 11.50 12.00 9.00 9.00 9.25 9.50

Revision in Int Rates for 2 & 3 yrs Crisil FAANo brokerage Renewal Deposits w.e.f 06-jan'2014 Only Mumbai Only Mumbai

Fenner India Ltd Gabriel India Limited Godrej Industries Limited Godrej Boyce & Manufact. Ltd -- (w.e.f 1st June'2013) Godrej Boyce & Manufact. Ltd -- (w.e.f 1st June'2013) Ion Exchange (India) Ltd Jagsonpal Pharmaceuticals Ltd Jaiprakash Associates Ltd. Jaypee infratech Ltd. Jindal Stainless Limited Jindal Saw Ltd -- Earlier known as Saw pipes Ltd JK Corp Ltd ( JK lakshmi Cement Ltd) J K Industries ( Jk Tyre & Ind Ltd.) Jyoti Structures Ltd w.e.f 18th Nov'13 KCP Sugar & Industries Corporation Ltd Kirloskar Electric Company Limited - Min 5 shares Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd Network 18 Media&Investments Ltd - Ind & HUF
NEW

9.50 10.00 8.50 7.50 9.25 13M-0.30 9.50 9.50 8.00 -

13M-7.75 -

7.00

Rs.1lac

0.25 0.60 0.85 0.90 1.25 1.50

10.00 10.00 10.00 11.00 11.00 7.00 11.50 11.75 12.00 11.50 11.75 12.00 9.75 10.00 10.25 7.50 9.00 9.00 8.50 9.25 9.25 9.75 9.50 9.50 0.15 0.15 0.20

Please Note : On Application Form : White Ink /any cancellation at brokers address is liable for rejection

20000*1000 20000*1000 21000*1000

0.80 1.30 1.80 Quarterly & Cum Options /Max.Amt. per investor for six mts duration - Rs. 10 Lakh, interest Compunded mnthly, Post Dated Interest Cheque of each F/Y will be issued in advance. --- In case of Shareholders : Min 1 Share + 0.80 1.30 1.80 Demat holding Statement compulsory 0.40 0.40 0.65 0.40 1.00 1.50 0.40 0.65 0.85 0.40 0.65 0.85 1.05 1.60 2.20 Min 500 shares for Shareholders : 0.25% for Shareholder/ Employees & 0.50% ( Sr citizens - 60 yrs) 0.25% - Addln for Sr. Citizen & Employees Acceptance of deposits under Cumulative Scheme Only 0.50% p.a. for Sr. Citizens (60 yrs), Shareholders & Employess, amount to or above 5 Lacs

Crisil FAA

Cum-15000,6mths=25000, Q=21000

25000*5000
Special Rates applicable for Inv >=5 lacs

25000*5000 25000*1000

11.00 11.50 12.00 9.50 10.00 11.50 12.00 12.50 8.50 11.00 -

Shareholders + Public

25000 50000*10000 25000*1000 10000*1000

0.50% p.a. for Sr Citizens ( age proof / pan card ) & Shareholders ( Min 1 share - holding stat reqd 0.45 0.45 0.55 1.00 1.30 Non Cum : Int payable qtrly & Cum : Int compounded qtrly ( 0.50% for Sr. citizens) 0.15 Pls Note : Do not accept Fresh & Renewal with maturity from 30/01/2014 onwards. 1.60 In N.C scheme : Interest payable on qtrly basis & caluclated on yrly basis/ For Cum scheme: Int compounded quarterly.0.50% P.A. FOR Senior Citizens

Note for Network-18 :: FDRs maturing on/after 17th April'2013 will only be renewed. / FDRs maturing before 17th April'2013 - compulsorily redemption 25000 Address proof & Pan Card compulsory Self Attested - Pan Copy Chq copy - ECS 25000*1000 20000*1000 10000 20000*5000 25000*1000 Only Cumulative Scheme w.e.f 10/04/2013 30000*1000 20000*1000 Mthly -50000/ Qtrly-10000 Min 20000 * 20000 For Fresh deposits 21000*1000 10000*1000 11.50 10.00 9.25 9.00 9.00 0.65 0.35 0.10 0.30 0.40 1.65 2.40 3.40 In N.C scheme : Interest compounded monthly & payable on qtrly basis./ For Cum scheme: Int compounded monthly & payable on maturity. 0.85 1.35 1.85 0.30 0.80 1.20 0.85 1.40 1.90 0.50 1.25 1.75 Min 100 shares Interest Compounded Monthly & paid Quarterly in NC & paid on maturity in Cum Scheme Interest Compounded Quarterly ECS Compulsory, 0.25% for Shareholder & Sr citizen In NC: Int payable quarterly / Cum : Int compounded qtrly

OCL INDIA LTD ( Orissa Cements Ltd) Omaxe Limited - w.e.f 1/2/2013 Parsvnath Developers Ltd w.e.f 20-9-2013 rates revised Prism Cement Limited Pratibha Industries Limited Rasoya Proteins Ltd Surya Roshni Ltd - W.e.f 28/9/13 SRS Limited TCP Limited Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd The KCP Limited Valecha Engineering Ltd

12.00 12.25 12.50 12.00 12.25 12.50 10.25 10.25 10.25 11.50 12.00 12.25 11.50 12.00 12.50 10.00 11.00 11.50 12.00 12.25 12.50 10.00 10.50 11.00 10.50 11.00 -

0.85 1.10 1.35 Interest Compunded Yearly. SURYA ROSHNI is not accepting any deposit under Non Cumulative Scheme. 1.75 2.50 3.50 In N.C scheme : Interest compounded monthly & payable on qtrly basis./ For Cum scheme: Int compounded monthly & payable on maturity. 0.65 1.10 1.55 0.30 0.80 Int compounded qtrly & payable h/f yrly - NC Scheme / Comp mthly payable on maturity - Cum Scheme

10.00 10.25 10.50 11.50 11.75 12.00 -

0.30 0.30 0.30 0.85 1.35 1.85 0.25% extra for above 1 lac in a single application, 0.50% extra for Sr. citizen, Employee & Share holder ( Min. 100 share)

Brokerage Structure Fixed Income for the month of February'2014

COMPANY
Bharat Bijlee Limited Ceat Ltd Excel Industries Godrej Properties Ltd Jagatjit Industies Ltd
JMC Projects Ltd

REMARKS
Fresh Stop w.e.f 10-9-13

Min. Deposit Amount
10000*1000 25000*1000

6

ONLY RENEWALS INTEREST RATE 12 24
9.00 9.50 10.00 9.50

36
10.00 10.50 10.00 9.50 11.50
10.00

6

SUB BROKER RATE 12 24
0.25 0.45 1.05 0.60

36
0.70 1.50 0.80 0.30 2.70
1.10
Int payable half yearly

Additional Remarks
Interest payable Half Yearly
0.25% p.a. for Sr. Citizen, Shareholders & Employees

w.e.f 20-7-2012 only renewals

-

9.50

-

0.65

w.e.f 18-01-2014 ICRA-"MA-"

10000*1000 50000*1000
25000

8.50 10.50
9.00

9.00 11.00
9.50

-

0.30 0.95
0.45

0.30 1.90
0.65

Additional Cheque Accepted 0.50% extra for Sr. Citizens. Int frequency - Qtrly & Cumulative

Mukand Ltd from Shareholders w.e.f 1st July 13 Mukand Ltd from Shareholders w.e.f 1st July 13 PUDUMJEE PULP Only & Mumbai / Pune - No Outstn) PEARL Polymers Limited Sudarshan Chemicals Ltd The KCP Limited

Only
25000 to =5 Lacs

1.00

(Acc

Fresh & Renewal w.e.f 26/8/2013 Reg Inc Scheme Cumulative Sch
Fresh stopped w.e.f 25/6/2013

9.00 11.00 11.46 9.50 10.00

9.50 10.00 10.92 10.00 10.25 10.25

10.50 10.00 11.49 11.00 10.50 11.00

0.90

0.75 1.80 0.50 0.15

1.25 2.10 1.00 0.15 1.10

1.65 2.50 1.50 0.15 1.50

Share Holder -Min No. of share 500
Int compounded qtrly & payable monthly / quarterly Amt repayable on maturity Interest Payment Quarterly, 0.25% addln for shareholder,employee & Sr. Citizen

Pls Note : In case of single deposit of Rs.5lac & above, + 0.25% interest will be offered for 3 yr deposits For Renewals
(only for shareholders)
`

Vadilal Industries

-

10.25

-

0.70

1% extra for Shareholders

COMPULSORY REDEMPTION :COMPANY NAME ATUL LIMITED ALEMBIC LIMITED W.E.F 1st July '13 BILCARE LTD ELDER PHARMACEUTICALS EPC Industries Ltd FORCE MOTORS FOODS & INNS LTD GODREJ PROPERTIES LTD GUJARAT APOLLO IND HAWKINS COOKERS LTD IND SWIFT LTD IND SWIFT LABS INDIAN HOTELS LTD JINDAL STEEL & POWER LTD PAE Ltd PLETHICO PHARMACEUTICALS SUPREME INDUSTRIES LTD SUPREME PETROCHEM TATA MOTORS LIMITED ZENITH BIRLA LTD NOTE : All interest rates are subject to revision without prior intimation Please contact our branch / RM for more information

MUKAND LTD

Brokerage Structure Fixed Income for the month of February'2014
GOVT. COMPANIES / PSUs /NBFC/ HOUSING FINANCE
COMPANY Exim BANK ( Upto 1 Crore ) Interest Rates revised w.e.f 16-01-2013 For Above 1 crore : 12 to 36m=8% & 37-60 = 8.25% Gruh Finance (Ind & Trusts ) - Monthly Inc Plan Int rates revised w.e.f 17-10-2013 Gruh Finance (Ind & Trusts ) - Quarterly Inc Plan Int rates revised w.e.f 17-10-2013 Gruh Finance (Ind & Trusts ) - Annual Inc Plan Int rates revised w.e.f 17-10-2013 Gruh Finance (Ind & Trusts ) - Cumulative Growth Plan Int rates revised w.e.f 17-10-2013 Hudco ( Ind/Trust ) ICICI Home Finance LIC Housing Finance w.e.f 15-10-2013 (Dep =10lakhs National Housing Bank (Sunidhi) Max 99 Lacs per depositor Nhb Suvridhi (Tax Savings) (Ind/HUFonly) Pnb Housing --- Individual & Trust ( w.e.f 01/01/2014) -1st Holder's photograph mandatory signed across over photo on app form - Upto 5 Crore Pnb Housing --- ( w.e.f 1-01-2014)--1st Holder's photograph mandatory signed across over photo on app form - ( Single Dep >5 Crore &…...

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