Many of us lead busy lives. Some of us are up before the crack of dawn, getting ourselves prepared so we can in turn get our families ready for the day. We rush to work, rush to get the kids to school, and at the end of the day we rush home only to brace ourselves for the next day. After a hectic day, the last thing you want to do is spend time waiting in line at the bank, or even the post office. That’s where Online Banking comes in.


  • There are many online banking advantages.
  • Online Banking allows you to bypass bank lines.
  • You can conduct your banking transactions safely and securely without leaving the comfort of your home. Plus, you’ll have
    access to Online Statements.
  • You can monitor your transactions and make sure that your balance information is correct.
  • Well, Online Banking makes it possible for you to pay your bills electronically.
  • You can schedule a single payment or you can set up recurring payments.
  • You can also see when your payment will arrive.
  • Some services offer features like balance alerts.
  • These alerts will help you monitor your accounts and avoid fees.
  • You can even set up alerts to keep up on account activity.
  • Some standard alerts include transaction alerts, and Bill Pay alerts.

Since many new online-only banks are popping up, understanding how to access your accounts online is an important tool.

Why This All About

DR. BINDESHWAR PATHAK
Action Sociologist & Social Reformer, Founder, Sulabh Sanitation Movement Brand Ambassador, Swachh Rail Mission & Member, National Legal Services Authority (NALSA)

I am dedicating this site to the Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji’s innovative idea of cashless initiative. When developed countries like United Kingdom have a target to being cashless in 2020, our Prime Minister has initiated this idea in 2016.
I am glad to say that Narendra Modiji’s vision is ahead of time. The perspicacious vision of our Prime Minister by initiating and propagating this concept will enhance and enrich the economy and lead the nation on a growth trajectory which will uplift every citizen in a developed and happy country in only a few years.
When I started Sulabh in the year 1968, everybody said that it will not happen. But today it is happening.