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DIFFERENT TYPES OF
LOANS
Presented by,
Anoop K. A.
Anoop K. Iype
Eldho J. Valiyaveeden
INTRODUCTION.
A bank is an institution which accepts deposits from the public
as well as lend money to the public.
From the definition itself it is clear that one of the
primary function of a bank is lending of money. The main
earnings of a banking institution is the interest from their
customers(i.e., debtors). So, it is very essential to lend money
to the public via loans and advances.
a loan is a debt provided by one entity to another entity
at an interest rate ,For a specific period of time.
PROCESS OF GRANTING A LOAN
Loan application
CIBIL check
Submission of Required
documents
Approval of loan
FORMS OF LOANS.
There are many forms of loans as follows:-
Overdraft
Cash credit
Credit cards
Housing loan
Vehicle loans
Education loan
Personal loan
Gold loan
Festival loans
Consumer loans
Gold loans
Loan against pension
Loans to doctors for
Opening clinic
1. OVER DRAFT
The word overdraft means the act of overdrawing from a
Bank account. In other words, the account holder withdraws
more
money from a Bank Account than has been deposited
in it.
2. CASH CREDIT
Cash Credit is one type of Advance made by Banks
to it's Borrowers. By granting this facility Bank allows
borrower to withdraw money up to certain fixed amount
sanctioned by the Bank. Certain securities and
guarantees are to be provided by the borrower as per
Bank's rules and it is to be renewed every year as
specified at the time of granting this facility. If borrower
fails to repay the amount Bank can take action as per
rules and conditions fixed by the Banks.
3. HOUSING LOANS.
The basic needs of a human include, food, cloth, water,
shelter and security. Housing is an important need. Banks
provide different types of loans for building house known as
HOUSING LOANS. There are different types of housing
loans:-
Home purchase loan- for purchase a new house.
Home construction loan- construction of a house
Home improvement loan- for repair works and
renovations of an existing house
Home extension loan- for making extensions for
the house i.e., building additional rooms, floors etc.
Land purchase loan- purchase of land for
building a house.
Home conversion loan- for building a new
house by loan during the payment of an
existing home loan. New loan is added to the
existing one.
Balance transfer loan- existing home loan is
transferred to another bank.
Bridge loan- for those who wish to sell the
existing house and buy or build a new one.
4.PERSONAL LOANS
Personal loans are intended to meet any kind of personal
expenses.
The loan can be for any of the following purposes:-
Family functions
Meeting travel expenses in India or abroad
Marriage expenses of children
Buying a laptop / pc
Interior decoration of house
5. VEHICLE LOANS
Vehicle loans particularly car loans are offered by all the banks
in the country . the terms and conditions of vehicle loans vary
from bank to bank . the purpose of vehicle loan is to finance
for purchase of ;
A. a new car , bike , scooter , jeep or MUVs
B. a used car , bike , scooter , jeep (not more than 5 years old)
C. Take over of existing vehicle loan from other bank or
financial institution.
6. EDUCATION LOANS
The purpose of education loan is to provide better
educational opportunity to bright and financially backward
students and brings within their reach all types of education.
Education loans are provided for pursuing plus two, graduation
courses, PG courses and other professional courses. It can be
availed for:
A. Tuition fees payable to college
B. Hostel fees
C. Examination/ library / laboratory fees
D. Purchase of books/equipment/instruments/uniforms
E. Travel expenses
F. Purchase of computer ,if it is necessary for completion of
course.
G. Cost of two wheeler upto Rs 50,000
7. AGRICULTURAL LOANS
It is always said that, most of the people India
are depending agriculture or farming as their livelihood. So,
it is very important to develop the rural sector. In order to
fulfill that banks provides various credit facilities to the
farmers. The loans are provided for:-
 Purchase of asset like farm machinery, bullocks, sheep etc.
 Creation of assets such as poultry, dairy development etc.
 For rural activities under agriculture, horticulture, plantation,
animal husbandry fisheries etc.
8.CREDIT CARDS
Credit card is any card , plate or device that may be used
from time to time and over and over again to borrow money or
buy goods and services on credit. Credit card enable card
holders to avail credit facilities for a specified period of time
without giving any security to the issuing bank.
PRINCIPLES OF SOUND LENDING
LOANprofitability
Ability to
repay
liquidity
Reduce
risk
productivity
Credit Information Bureau (India)
Limited (CIBIL) is India’s first Credit Information
Company (CIC) founded in August 2000. CIBIL collects
and maintains records of an individual’s payments
pertaining to loans and credit cards. These records are
submitted to CIBIL by member banks and credit
institutions, on a monthly basis. This information is then
used to create Credit Information Reports (CIR) and
credit scores which are provided to credit institutions in
order to help evaluate and approve loan applications.
Since its inception, CIBIL has come to play a critical role
in India’s financial system. Whether it is to help loan
providers manage their business or help consumers
secure credit faster and at better terms, the use of
CIBIL’s products have led to a significant change in the
way the credit life cycle is managed by both loan
providers and consumers.
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different types of loans in india

  • 2. DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOANS Presented by, Anoop K. A. Anoop K. Iype Eldho J. Valiyaveeden
  • 3. INTRODUCTION. A bank is an institution which accepts deposits from the public as well as lend money to the public. From the definition itself it is clear that one of the primary function of a bank is lending of money. The main earnings of a banking institution is the interest from their customers(i.e., debtors). So, it is very essential to lend money to the public via loans and advances. a loan is a debt provided by one entity to another entity at an interest rate ,For a specific period of time.
  • 4. PROCESS OF GRANTING A LOAN Loan application CIBIL check Submission of Required documents Approval of loan
  • 5. FORMS OF LOANS. There are many forms of loans as follows:- Overdraft Cash credit Credit cards Housing loan Vehicle loans Education loan Personal loan Gold loan Festival loans Consumer loans Gold loans Loan against pension Loans to doctors for Opening clinic
  • 6. 1. OVER DRAFT The word overdraft means the act of overdrawing from a Bank account. In other words, the account holder withdraws more money from a Bank Account than has been deposited in it.
  • 7. 2. CASH CREDIT Cash Credit is one type of Advance made by Banks to it's Borrowers. By granting this facility Bank allows borrower to withdraw money up to certain fixed amount sanctioned by the Bank. Certain securities and guarantees are to be provided by the borrower as per Bank's rules and it is to be renewed every year as specified at the time of granting this facility. If borrower fails to repay the amount Bank can take action as per rules and conditions fixed by the Banks.
  • 8. 3. HOUSING LOANS. The basic needs of a human include, food, cloth, water, shelter and security. Housing is an important need. Banks provide different types of loans for building house known as HOUSING LOANS. There are different types of housing loans:- Home purchase loan- for purchase a new house. Home construction loan- construction of a house
  • 9. Home improvement loan- for repair works and renovations of an existing house Home extension loan- for making extensions for the house i.e., building additional rooms, floors etc. Land purchase loan- purchase of land for building a house. Home conversion loan- for building a new house by loan during the payment of an existing home loan. New loan is added to the existing one. Balance transfer loan- existing home loan is transferred to another bank. Bridge loan- for those who wish to sell the existing house and buy or build a new one.
  • 10. 4.PERSONAL LOANS Personal loans are intended to meet any kind of personal expenses. The loan can be for any of the following purposes:- Family functions Meeting travel expenses in India or abroad Marriage expenses of children Buying a laptop / pc Interior decoration of house
  • 11. 5. VEHICLE LOANS Vehicle loans particularly car loans are offered by all the banks in the country . the terms and conditions of vehicle loans vary from bank to bank . the purpose of vehicle loan is to finance for purchase of ; A. a new car , bike , scooter , jeep or MUVs B. a used car , bike , scooter , jeep (not more than 5 years old) C. Take over of existing vehicle loan from other bank or financial institution.
  • 12. 6. EDUCATION LOANS The purpose of education loan is to provide better educational opportunity to bright and financially backward students and brings within their reach all types of education. Education loans are provided for pursuing plus two, graduation courses, PG courses and other professional courses. It can be availed for: A. Tuition fees payable to college B. Hostel fees C. Examination/ library / laboratory fees D. Purchase of books/equipment/instruments/uniforms E. Travel expenses F. Purchase of computer ,if it is necessary for completion of course. G. Cost of two wheeler upto Rs 50,000
  • 13. 7. AGRICULTURAL LOANS It is always said that, most of the people India are depending agriculture or farming as their livelihood. So, it is very important to develop the rural sector. In order to fulfill that banks provides various credit facilities to the farmers. The loans are provided for:-  Purchase of asset like farm machinery, bullocks, sheep etc.  Creation of assets such as poultry, dairy development etc.  For rural activities under agriculture, horticulture, plantation, animal husbandry fisheries etc.
  • 14. 8.CREDIT CARDS Credit card is any card , plate or device that may be used from time to time and over and over again to borrow money or buy goods and services on credit. Credit card enable card holders to avail credit facilities for a specified period of time without giving any security to the issuing bank.
  • 15. PRINCIPLES OF SOUND LENDING LOANprofitability Ability to repay liquidity Reduce risk productivity
  • 16. Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited (CIBIL) is India’s first Credit Information Company (CIC) founded in August 2000. CIBIL collects and maintains records of an individual’s payments pertaining to loans and credit cards. These records are submitted to CIBIL by member banks and credit institutions, on a monthly basis. This information is then used to create Credit Information Reports (CIR) and credit scores which are provided to credit institutions in order to help evaluate and approve loan applications. Since its inception, CIBIL has come to play a critical role in India’s financial system. Whether it is to help loan providers manage their business or help consumers secure credit faster and at better terms, the use of CIBIL’s products have led to a significant change in the way the credit life cycle is managed by both loan providers and consumers.