Best Way to Get Study Loan for Higher Studies: HDFC-Backed Credila


The peak time for students to get a final entry to the prominent Indian Institute of Managements and other business schools of best rank is nearing.

It is the time to consider your paying methods for the expensive education. Almost all the IIMs schools have given a rise of Rs 100,000 in their total fees. The total spending for a two year management course at IIM Ahmedabad will cost 1.4 million rupees ($31,500).However, the fees for IILM Kolkata and IIM Bangalore has been kept 1.35 million and 1.3 million rupees respectively.

So, it seems that students have a large way to go in deciding their payments options. These hikes have given way to leading Indian banks that are set to provide loans to the desiring candidates. The range educations loans are available in an all new looks. HDFC Ltd leader in home loans bought about 41 percent stake in the non-banking financial company, Credit Financial Services and education loans in December.

Educations loans provided by banks carry large interest rates in comparison with home loans. Reserve Bank of India has implied that banks are not allowed to accept in any security or deposits for the loans for an amount of Rs 400,000.
Government has given topmost priority to the education loans, in recent time almost all the private sector banks have been focusing into this area. Unluckily in the scenario we can find a plethora of deserving students who struggle to get loans. Banks asks for a co-signer for the loans and 100 percent collateral to cover the loan the amount. This become quite tough for a lower-middle class person to afford ,according to co-ordinator of Education Loan risk force, due to insufficient finance there are many students getting more than 90 percent are deprived of loans and quit their studies.
To get the loan student should seek admission in a leading business school; there are banks who publish a list of courses which qualify for the loans. This means that you have checked out which banks qualify your choice.

The fact is also true that Indian banks have a big no-no to the students whose are from a poor family. Though they can opt for west’s government funded loan model. On the other hand banks have a long way to go for deserving candidates.
There has been a long difference. Students of IIMs are apt to get better deals, for instance Union Bank of India, charges only 10.5 percent of interest that have admitted to selected number of schools, girls are likely to pay .50 percent less.
If students have all the list of supporting documents in a particular school along with the documents of the cp-signor’s bank account and income tax statements, assets and liabilities statements the procedure is feasible.

Students seeking loans for abroad studies can apply for loans. Some colleges in US need a proof of finances while admission. HDFC-backed Credila gives students a letter of credit which satisfies the college and admission goes smoother.

Bankers also assist students to take decision sensibly. Particularly when there is an array of new institutes coming up, it should not be done just for the sake of admissions, think wisely. Your admission should result into a good job and salary commented an executive of retail banking.

Education Loans in India is offered by Credila. For more information please log on to http://www.credila.com

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One thought on “Best Way to Get Study Loan for Higher Studies: HDFC-Backed Credila

  1. Amrita November 11, 2010 at 8:00 am Reply

    Really very helpfull for me. Actually i was running here and there in all public & govt. sector banks but never materialised. However crdeila helpme in giving me study loan.

    Thanks
    Amrita
    Mumbai

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