Linking Aadhaar card number via SBI corporate website
1. Click on the homepage banner "Link your AADHAAR Number with your bank account".
Navigate the screens to get your AADHAAR number linked.
2. Status of mapping will be advised to you on your registered mobile number.
Linking Aadhaar card number via SBI's internet banking portal www.onlinesbi.com
1. Log into www.onlinesbi.com
2. Navigate to "Update Aadhaar with Bank account" under "My Accounts", appearing on the left panel of the screen.
3. On the next page, select the account number, input the Aadhaar number and click on 'submit'.
4. The last two digits of registered mobile number (non-editable) will be displayed to you.
5. Status of mapping will be advised to you on your registered mobile number.
6. If you are not yet registered for SBI internet banking, you can do so online using your ATM-cum-debit Card details.
Linking Aadhaar card number via mobile app SBI Anywhere
1. Login to SBI Anywhere App
2. Click on "Requests"
3. Click on "Aadhaar"
4. Click on "Aadhaar Linking"
5. Select your CIF from the drop down list
6. Enter your Aadhaar card number
7. Select T&C and submit
Linking Aadhaar card number via SBI ATM
1. Visit an SBI ATM.
2. Swipe your ATM-cum-debit card and enter your PIN.
3. Select the menu "Service - Registrations".
4. In this menu, select Aadhaar Registration (or inquiry as per your need).
5. You can now select the account type (savings/current) after which you will be asked to enter your Aadhaar card number.
6. You will be prompted to re-enter the same.
7. You will receive an SMS on your registered mobile number regarding the status of linking.
Linking Aadhaar card number by visiting SBI branch
1. Visit your nearest SBI Branch.
2. Carry a copy of your Aadhaar card number or e-aadhaar.
3. Fill in a letter of request.
4. Submit the above with the xerox copy of Aadhaar letter.
5. After necessary verification, the linking will be done by the branch.
6. You will receive an SMS on your registered mobile number regarding the status of Aadhaar linking.
Meanwhile, State Bank of India earlier this week raised its lending rates for the first time since April 2016, raising the prospects of EMIs. The hike in lending rates came a day after the bank revised its interest rates on fixed deposits across most maturities. SBI raised the key one-year MCLR or benchmark rate to 8.15 per cent from 7.95 per cent, according to a notification from the bank. Senior citizens are entitled to another 50 basis points interest rate over and above the raised limits.