SBI has a good loan scheme, which is SME Credit Card Loan Scheme perhaps, the least publicised scheme in the credit card sector of SBI SME. It gives upto 10 lakhs under CGTMS and collateral free. This product is good for the units unable to provide elaborate financial data sought by banks for assessing credit needs.
SBI for SME provides two add-on loan schemes to their existing customers form SME Sector - SME Credit Plus and Standby Line of Credit for Working Capital. Credit Plus will be helpful to overcome temporary financial crisis by providing clean cash credit with the cap of Rs. 25 lakhs facility with no extra expenditure. The other Standby Line of Credit facilitate higher limit upto 5 crore with a small hike in interest rate.
Objective of Farmers Easy Empowered Loan (FEEL) or "KRISHI KALYAN" is to provide timely and adequate credit to farmers to meet production and consumption expenses. To reduce the multiple process of separate application, documentation & EM creation for availment of KCC and PML, thereby reduce the time for delivery of credit.
SBI Agricultural Gold Loan to enable farmers to meet their short-term agricultural credit needs. This is one of the easiest and convenient loan for farmers when they are in emergency needs of fund. An existing account holder can avail this loan within an hour producing land tax receipt along with passbook and gold.
Kisan Credit Card Scheme: The Kisan Credit Card (KCC) Scheme was a model agriculture loan scheme prepared by NABARD in August 1998 and RBI advised to implement the same by all commercial banks in India in 1998. After series of request from farmers, NABARD and RBI revised the whole KCC Scheme to suit the farmers' current needs. As per RBI directives, revised KCC scheme shall be referred to as the "Scheme to cover term loans for agriculture and allied activities under Kisan Credit Card Scheme".
Cash credit is a flexible system of lending under which the borrower has the option to withdraw the funds as and when required and to the extent of his needs. Under this arrangement the banker specifies a limit of loan for the customer (known as cash credit limit) up to which the customer is allowed to draw.