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Reports
Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking
Release 11.6.0.0.0
[October] [2015]
Reports
Table of Contents
1.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL................................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2.
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 1-1
AUDIENCE .................................................................................................................................................. 1-1
ORGANIZATION .......................................................................................................................................... 1-1
CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL ....................................................................................................... 1-1
GLOSSARY OF ICONS .................................................................................................................................. 1-1
RETRIEVING INFORMATION IN ORACLE FLEXCUBE ..................................................................... 2-1
2.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.1
Generating reports............................................................................................................................. 2-1
2.1.2
Specifying the Output of a Report ...................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.3
Contents of the report ........................................................................................................................ 2-2
2.2
MAINTAINING PRINTER .............................................................................................................................. 2-2
2.2.1
Maintaining Report Spool Path ......................................................................................................... 2-4
2.3
VIEWING MESSAGES FOR UNAUTHORIZED CONTRACTS ............................................................................. 2-4
3.
REPORTS BATCH ......................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
REPORT BATCH MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2
REPORT BATCH EXECUTION ....................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.1
Viewing Reports ................................................................................................................................. 3-2
3.2.2
Printing / Spooling the Reports.......................................................................................................... 3-3
4.
RBI REGULATORY REPORTS ................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2
MAINTAINING DATA ELEMENT DETAILS .................................................................................................... 4-1
4.3
VIEWING DATA ELEMENT DETAILS ............................................................................................................ 4-3
4.4
GENERATING REPORTS ............................................................................................................................... 4-4
4.5
BILL EVIDENCE FAILURE (BEF) REPORT ................................................................................................... 4-5
4.5.1
System Data Mapping for BEF Part I ................................................................................................ 4-5
4.5.2
System Data Mapping for BEF Part II .............................................................................................. 4-6
4.6
BASIC STATISTICAL RETURN 1 (BSR 1) STATEMENTS................................................................................ 4-7
4.6.1
System Data Mapping for BSR 1A ..................................................................................................... 4-8
4.6.2
System Data Mapping for BSR 1B ................................................................................................... 4-12
4.6.3
System Data Mapping for BSR 1 Summary ..................................................................................... 4-13
4.7
BASIC STATISTICAL RETURN 2 (BSR 2) STATEMENTS.............................................................................. 4-13
4.7.1
System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part I ........................................................................................... 4-14
4.7.2
System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part II .......................................................................................... 4-15
4.7.3
System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part III ........................................................................................ 4-17
4.7.4
System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part IV ......................................................................................... 4-19
4.7.5
System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part V .......................................................................................... 4-21
4.8
BASIC STATISTICAL REPORT 3 (BSR 3) STATEMENTS .............................................................................. 4-22
4.8.1
System Data Mapping for BSR 3 ..................................................................................................... 4-22
4.9
MATURITY AND POSITION (MAP) REPORTS ............................................................................................. 4-23
4.9.1
System Data Mapping for MAP ....................................................................................................... 4-24
4.10 INTEREST RATE SENSITIVITY (SIR) REPORTS ........................................................................................... 4-29
4.10.1
System Data Mapping for SIR.......................................................................................................... 4-29
4.11 RETURN 13 – FORM VIII .......................................................................................................................... 4-33
4.11.1
System Data Mapping for Return 13 – Form ................................................................................... 4-33
4.12 R-RETURN – FET-ERS REPORTING.......................................................................................................... 4-41
4.12.1
R-Return User Intreface Workflow .................................................................................................. 4-43
4.12.2
Maintaining R-Return Details.......................................................................................................... 4-43
4.12.3
Viewing R-Return Details ................................................................................................................ 4-45
4.12.4
Viewing the R-Return Nostro Cover Page Data Extraction Logic .................................................. 4-46
4.12.5
R-Return Vostro Cover Page Data Extraction Logic ...................................................................... 4-49
4.12.6
Viewing R-Return Vostro Cover Page Data .................................................................................... 4-51
4.12.7
Maintaining Grouping Details for R-Return File Extraction .......................................................... 4-53
4.12.8
Maintaining Grouping Details for R-Return UI Data Extraction .................................................... 4-54
4.13 PRIORITY SECTOR ADVANCES (PSA) REPORTS ........................................................................................ 4-55
4.13.1
System Data Mapping for PSA Report – Part I ............................................................................... 4-55
4.13.2
System Data Mapping for PSA Report – Part I ............................................................................... 4-57
4.14 ALM – STRUCTURAL LIQUIDITY .............................................................................................................. 4-58
4.14.1
System Data Mapping for ALM Reports .......................................................................................... 4-59
4.15 EXPORT BILLING OUTSTAND (XOS) REPORTS ......................................................................................... 4-66
4.15.1
System Data Mapping XOS Reports – Part 1 .................................................................................. 4-66
4.16 RETURN 25- EXPORT CREDIT DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCE OUTSTANDING ........................................ 4-68
4.16.1
System Data Mapping for Return 25 – All Exports.......................................................................... 4-68
4.16.2
System Data Mapping for Return 25 – Gold Card Holders............................................................. 4-70
4.17 SJSRY AND SGSY REPORTS .................................................................................................................... 4-72
4.17.1
Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY) Reports ............................................................... 4-72
4.17.2
Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) Reports ............................................................... 4-76
4.18 ADVANCES AND DIFFERENTIAL RATES OF INTEREST (DRI) TO SC/ ST .................................................... 4-80
4.18.1
System Data Mapping for Advances to SC/ ST ................................................................................ 4-80
4.18.2
System Data Mapping for Statement by Public Sectors ................................................................... 4-80
4.18.3
System Data Mapping for DRI for SC/ ST ....................................................................................... 4-81
4.19 ADVANCES TO MINORITY COMMUNITY.................................................................................................... 4-81
4.19.1
System Data Mapping for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part A ........................... 4-82
4.19.2
System Data Mapping for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part B ........................... 4-82
4.19.3
System Data Mapping for Advances to Minority Communities- Report 2 ....................................... 4-83
4.20 FORM VIII – RETURN 11 – UNCLAIMED DEPOSITS ................................................................................... 4-84
4.20.1
System Data Mapping for Form VIII – Return 11 ........................................................................... 4-84
4.21 BALANCE HELD ABROAD (BAL) STATEMENTS ........................................................................................ 4-87
4.21.1
System Data Mapping for BAL ........................................................................................................ 4-87
4.22 SPECIAL RETURN1- DISBURSAL OF CREDIT TO AGRICULTURE ................................................................. 4-89
4.22.1
System Data Mapping for Special Return 1 – Section 1 .................................................................. 4-89
4.22.2
System Data Mapping for Special Return 1 – Section 2 .................................................................. 4-90
4.23 SPECIAL RETURN III- DISBURSAL OF ADVANCES TO PRIORITY SECTORS ................................................. 4-92
4.23.1
System Data Mapping for Special Return III ................................................................................... 4-92
4.24 DRT STATEMENTS (SUIT FILED AND DECREED) ...................................................................................... 4-92
4.24.1
System Data Mapping for Suit Filed and Decreed .......................................................................... 4-93
4.25 PMRY REPORTS....................................................................................................................................... 4-93
4.25.1
System Data Mapping for PMRY Reports – Monthly Progress ....................................................... 4-94
4.25.2
System Data Mapping for PMRY Reports – Quarterly Progress ..................................................... 4-95
4.25.3
System Data Mapping for PMRY Reports – Half-yearly Recovery.................................................. 4-98
4.26 STATEMENT OF ADVANCES TO AGRICULTURE.......................................................................................... 4-99
4.26.1
System Data Mapping for Advances to Agriculture – Part A .......................................................... 4-99
4.26.2
System Data Mapping for Advances to Agriculture – Part B ........................................................ 4-100
5.
ANNEXURE A- USER DEFINED FIELDS AND DATA ELEMENTS ..................................................... 5-1
1. About this Manual
1.1 Introduction
This manual lists the details of various reports that you can generate for all the modules of Oracle
FLEXCUBE.
1.2 Audience
This manual is intended for the Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) and staff in charge of
retrieving information for the various transactions processed in your bank.
1.3 Organization
This manual is organized into the following chapters:
Chapter 1
About this Manual gives information on the intended audience. It also lists
the various chapters covered in this User Manual.
Chapter 2
Retrieving Information in Oracle FLEXCUBE explains how reports can be
generated for different modules.
Chapter 3
Reports Batch explains the maintenance of reports pertaining to a
particular branch.
Chapter 4
RBI Regulatory Reports gives details of the submission of returns by
commercial banks to the Reserve Bank
Chapter 5
Annexure A – User Defined Fields and Data Elements gives the details of
the UDF values for pertaining to RBI Regulatory Reports
1.4 Conventions Used in this Manual
Important information is preceded with the
symbol.
1.5 Glossary of Icons
This User Manual may refer to all or some of the following icons.
Icons
Function
Exit
Add row
Delete row
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Icons
Function
Option List
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2. Retrieving Information in Oracle FLEXCUBE
2.1 Introduction
During the day, or at the end of the day, you may want to retrieve information on any of the
several operations that were performed during the day in your bank. You can generate this
information in the form of reports in Oracle FLEXCUBE.
For every module you can generate reports, which give you data about the various events in the
life of a specific contract, or across contracts, at a specific point in time. You can have analysis
reports, daily reports, exception reports (reports on events that ought to have taken place on the
contract but have not, due to various reasons), history reports and so on. A set of report formats
is pre-defined for every module.
2.1.1 Generating reports
From the Application Browser, select the Report option. The system displays a list of all the
modules to which you have access rights. Each module contains a list of all reports that you can
access. Select the report that you want to generate. The system displays a screen where you can
set the filters for the reports to be generated.
Set the filters and click ‘OK’ button to generate the report. To cancel the operation, click ’Exit’
button.
2.1.2 Specifying the Output of a Report
You can set your preferences as to the output of a report. The Print Options screen.
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you may generate a report in three formats:

HTML

RTF

PDF

Excel
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Output
You can direct a report to one of the following destinations:

The printer

On-line

Stored as spool files and printed later using the spool
The reports that have been spooled can be printed or viewed through the Reports Browser
screen. The Reports Browser is detailed in the Common Procedures manual.
You can specify the destination of the report you want to generate. The options available are:

Print - The report will be printed directly on to a printer of your choice.

View - The details of the report will be displayed on the screen.

Spool - The details of the report will be stored in a spool file and can be printed later.
Print At
If you choose the ‘Print’ option, indicate the location of printing by choosing one of the following
values:

Client

Server
Printer
Specify the printer details.
Printer
From the option list, select the name of a printer defined in the Printer Maintenance table. The
report will be printed on this printer.
2.1.3 Contents of the report
The contents of the report are discussed under the following heads:
Header
The Header section of the report carries the title of the Report, information on the User who
generated the report, the branch code, the date and time and the page number of the report.
Body of the report
The actual contents of the report are displayed in this section. It is detailed for each report, in the
subsequent sections of this document.
2.2 Maintaining Printer
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can maintain the printers for the reports using ‘Printer Maintenance’
screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘RPDRNMNT’ in the field at the top right corner of
the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
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Here, you need to specify the following details:
Printer ID
Specify a unique printer ID. This ID will be used to identify the printer.
Printer Name
Specify the name of the printer.
Branch
The system defaults the current branch code. However, you cannot modify this.
Printer Roles
Identify the user who can use the printer. You can add more rows to the list of roles using Add
icon.. Select appropriate role from the option list.
Printer Users
Identify the users who can use the printer. You can add more rows to the list of roles using Add
icon. Select the user from the option list.
Once you have captured the details, click Save icon to save the maintenance. The system makes
the printer available for the selected roles, to the users maintained. Further, if you choose to print
a report, the system will send the reports for print as per the options specified.
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2.2.1 Maintaining Report Spool Path
You can maintain a location to spool the reports for a specific branch using ‘Reporting System –
Parameters’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘RPDPARAM’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Here, you need to specify the following details:
Branch
The system displays the branch for which you are maintaining the spool path. However, you
cannot modify it.
Spool Path
Specify the location to which the reports should be spooled. The system stores the generated
reports into this location, if you have selected ‘Spool’ in the ‘Printing Preferences’ screen.
Spool History Path
Specify the spool history path. This is the generation where the system saves the generated
report. It is usually the same as the spool path.
Time Out
Specify the time span within which you wish to complete the process. The system reports if it
takes longer time to generate it.
Server Report Path
This is the location where the system stores the report, if you have selected the option ‘View’ in
the ‘Printing Preferences’ screen.
2.3 Viewing Messages for Unauthorized Contracts
You can view all messages to be generated for unauthorized contracts. You can invoke this
screen by typing ‘MSDMPREV’ on the field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and
click on the adjoining arrow button.
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First of all, specify the Module from which you would like to view messages. You can opt to view
messages for one or several unauthorized contracts. To view messages for an unauthorized
contract, specify the Contract Reference Number.
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3. Reports Batch
3.1 Report Batch Maintenance
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can maintain a list of reports in a branch for batch execution. The
report function IDs maintained here can be retrieved and executed at a later stage.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BASREPFN’ on the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and click on the adjoining arrow button.
Here, you can maintain the following details:
Branch Code and Description
Specify the code to identify the branch for which you are maintaining the report batch. The option
list displays all valid branch codes maintained in the system. Select the appropriate one.
The system displays the branch description based on the branch code selected.
Function ID and Description
You have to specify the function IDs to be maintained. You can select one or more function IDs
for execution at a time. The system displays the description based on the function ID selected.
To add more rows to the list of function IDs, click Add icon. Select the function ID from the option
list. You can remove the unwanted rows using Delete icon..
Use the check box adjacent to each function ID to indicate that it has to be maintained. Once you
have specified all the details, save the maintenance.
3.2 Report Batch Execution
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can execute a batch for a set of reports maintained for a branch.
You can invoke this screen by typing ‘BAREODFN’ on the field at the top right corner of the
Application tool bar and click on the adjoining arrow button.
Using this screen, you can view, print or spool the reports maintained for each branch. You need
to specify the branch code to initiate the process.
Branch Code and Description
Specify the code that identifies the branch. The option list displays all valid branch codes
maintained in the system. Based on the branch code selected, the system displays the
description.
3.2.1 Viewing Reports
On this screen, you can view the reports function IDs and description maintained for the selected
branch. Once you have specified the branch code, click ’View’ button. The system displays a list
of reports maintained for the branch.
Report Function ID
This is the list of report function IDs that you have maintained in the ‘Report Batch Maintenance’
screen. Use the checkbox adjacent to each function ID to select the same for execution.
3.2.2 Printing / Spooling the Reports
In the list of report function IDs, use the checkbox adjacent to each ID to select the reports that
you want to print or spool. Before you print, set the following preferences:
Format
Select the format of the output. The system allows you to print the reports in any of the following
formats:

HTML

RTF

PDF
Output
Indicate whether you need to print or spool the reports. Use the radio button adjacent to each
option to indicate your preference.
Printer
Select the printer using which you need to print the reports. Select the appropriate printer form
the option list.
Once you have set your preferences, click ’Ok’ button. The system prints the reports as per the
preferences you have set.
4.
4.1
RBI Regulatory Reports
Introduction
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) requires the submission of returns by commercial banks to the
Reserve Bank. As part of the online submission of returns, the Reserve Bank has adopted
international standards for reporting among business entities. RBI has also taken measures for
the rationalization of returns.
The RBI has also adopted advanced methods for a better and healthier way of reporting of
Banks. Regulatory reporting is mainly through collection and process of manually prepared
returns from branches of various banks.
4.2
Maintaining Data Element Details
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can maintain the select criteria and variables for data population in all
the reports. You can maintain the data element values for each report in the ‘Data Element
Maintenance’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDDDEMNT’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following:
Report ID
System displays a unique id for the report. Alternatively, you can select a report id from the
adjoining option list.
Report Description
System displays a brief description of the report maintained.
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Element Id
System displays a unique Id for the element.
Element Description
System displays a brief description of the element maintained.
Report ID, Report Description, Element Id and Element Description are factory-shipped
values.
Data Element Details
Element Id
System displays the element id maintained.
Element Description
System displays a brief description of the element id maintained.
Entity Id
System populates a unique id for the entity.
Query
System displays the query.
Operator
Select an operator from the adjoining drop-down list. This list displays the following values:

Include

Exclude

Equal To

Greater Than

Greater Than or Equal To

Less Than

Less Than or Equal To

None
Select the ‘Include’ or ‘Exclude’ options for more than one record. For the remaining options, only
one data element value can be provided. By default, system displays the ‘Include’ option.
Data Element Values
Serial Number
Specify the serial number. This is a mandatory input.
Element Values
Specify the element value to be selected based on the operator. Alternatively, you can select the
element value from the adjoining option list.
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Description
Specify a brief description for the element value maintained.
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Viewing Data Element Details
You can view the data element values for each report in the ‘Data Element Maintenance’
summary screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDSDEMNT’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
In the above screen, you can base your queries on any or all of the following parameters and
fetch records:

Authorization Status

Report ID

Record Status
Select any or all of the above parameters for a query and click ‘Search’ button. The records
meeting the selected criteria are displayed.
System displays the following details pertaining to the fetched records:

Authorization Status

Record Status

Report ID
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Report Description
Generating Reports
In Oracle FLEXCUBE, you can define the report details for report generation using the ‘Report
Generation’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDDRPGEN’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
System generates the reports based on the values specified.
Specify the following:
Report Id
Specify a unique id for the report. Alternatively you can select the report id from the adjoining
option list.
Report Description
Specify a brief description of the report maintained.
Generation Date
Specify the date on which the report should be generated. Alternatively, you can select the date
from the adjoining calendar button.
Report Type
Indicate the type of report you are maintaining. You can select one of the following options:

Summary

Detailed
If you select report type as ‘Detailed’, then system disables both ‘Summary’ and ‘Detailed’
options and by default, selects the ‘Detailed’ option.
Indicate the type of report generation. You can select one of the following options:
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4.5

Extract – If you select this option, you can extract the data based on the frequency of the
report and the generation date.

View – If you select this option, you can view the report in the predefined formats for the
Report No and Generation Date.
Bill Evidence Failure (BEF) Report
The BEF report, which is a branch-wise report, is forwarded by authorized dealers to the RBI on a
half- yearly basis at the end of June & December of every year.
All the FCY import transactions that occur in the BC module are maintained in the system. The
imports that do not accompany documents like Bill of Entry, Customs Assessment Certificate,
Postal Appraisal Form are extracted by the system. You can then generate the BEF report using
‘MIS Date’ and ‘Branch’ as the search criteria.
in case of convertible INR, you have to maintain the products in the ‘Data Element
Maintenance’ screen.
Following are the two parts of a BEF report:

Part I – contains iinformation regarding importers who have failed to submit the
documentary evidence of import

Part II – contains information regarding subsequent receipt of Exchange Control copy of
Bills of Entry for Home Consumption/ Postal/ Courier Wrappers from importers whose
names were reported in Part I of earlier BEF statement/s as defaulters
4.5.1 System Data Mapping for BEF Part I
The pre-requisites for data population in Part I of BEF reports are as follows:

All foreign currency import bills are liquidated of the bill amount advanced
(EVENT_CODE='LIQD' or 'BADV’) and the products are maintained with the data
element BEF_AMOUNT.

All Foreign Currency Import Bills do not accompany documents like Bill of Entry

The (Date of Remittance/ Advance +90 days) is within the half year period. ). The 90
days is maintained in the data element maintenance as the data element ‘BEF_PERIOD’

The Bill amount (be it advanced or delayed payment) exceeds 100000 USD. This is
maintained as a Data Element BEF_CCY, BEF_AMOUNT

The Bill is listed if the Remitted amount is not equal to the total of the Bill of Entries

Once a record is reflected in BOE Part I, it is not repeated again in Part I
The UDF ‘ORGSUBTYPE’ is used to identify the importer. The following table reflects whether
the importer is a government body or not:
Field
System Field
Conditions
Name and address of
AD branch
This is the name and Address of
the Head Office or the Branch
reporting the Data.
The AD Code is maintained as
Branch level UDF.
Name of Controlling
Office of AD branch
This is the Regional Office/ Head
Office.
Report Header
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Field
System Field
Conditions
Statement for the halfyear ended
Month range
Report Header
S. No
-
This is the serial number for the
records listed.
Importer/Exporter Code
No.
-
An I.E Code at customer level.
Name and address of
importer
Drawee name and Address in
Contract Main tab.
Parties Tab in BC contract
screen.
No. and date of import
licenses, if any
License number and Issue date in
the License subsystem
LIC subsystem
Brief description of
goods
Goods Description in
Document/Shipment tab.
Date of
remittance/payment
Value date of Liquidation or
Advance
In Contract Main tab
Currency and amount
Bill amount Liquidated/ Advanced
and Currency
In Contract Main tab
Rupee equivalent
Bill Amount in LCY
In Contract Main tab
Remarks
Bill Reference Number
This is a remark with respect to
the transaction record. The user
can also comment manually on
the report.
4.5.2 System Data Mapping for BEF Part II
The pre-requisites for data population in Part II of BEF reports are as follows:

The Bill of Entry date is produced in the Current half-year for the records in the Part I of
the BEF reports extracted before the Current half year

Once a record is reflected in BOE Part II, it is not repeated again Part II
The UDF ‘ORGSUBTYPE’ is used to identify the importer. The following table reflects whether
the importer is a government body or not:
Field
System Field
Conditions
Name and address
of importer
Drawee name and Address in Contract
Main tab.
Parties Tab in BC contract
screen.
Period of the BEF
statement and serial
No. of the
The Period is the period in which the
Importer had defaulted but has now done
the payment listed in the Part I of
previous BEFs. The sequence number is
These details are retrieved
from Previous BEFs.
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Field
System Field
transaction reported
the sequence number of the Record in
previous BEFs.
earlier in Part I of
BEF statement
Conditions
Date of receipt
Bill Entry Data
In BOE subsystem
(BCDONBOE)
Remittance
Currency and
amount
Bill Amount liquidated/ advanced
In Contract Main tab
Remittance amountRupee equivalent
Bill amount in LCY.
In Contract Main tab
Remarks
Bill Reference Number
This is a remark with respect
to the transaction record.
The user can also comment
manually on the report.
Example
Consider the following details:
Import Bill reference Number= B1
Import Bill Date = 12 May2009,
Bill of exchange date (commitment) = 15 May 2009.
Liquidated/ Advanced = 15 August 2009,
Bill of Entry is not produced in the tenure June 2009 to Dec 2009.
Bill of Entry is produced on Jan 2010
Import Bill reference Number= B2
Import Bill Date = 12 May2009,
Bill of exchange date (commitment) = 15 May 2009.
Liquidated/ Advanced = 15 August 2009,
Bill of Entry is produced in the tenure June 2009 to Dec 2009.
When the half yearly BEF report is taken as on Dec 2009, B1 will be reported in Part I of the BEF report
whereas B2 will not be produced as the Bill of Entry has been produced by B2.
When the half yearly BEF report is taken as on June 2010, B1 will be reported in Part II of the BEF report
since the Bill of entry was produced in the current half year and the Bill of exchange date+90 days.
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Basic Statistical Return 1 (BSR 1) Statements
The BSR 1 statements, which are branch-wise reports, are forwarded by authorized dealers to
RBI on a yearly basis.
Data from BC, CASA and CL modules are extracted and maintained in the system. You can then
generate the BSR 1 report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Branch’ as the search criteria.
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Following are the two parts of a BSR 1 report:

BSR1 A – relates to accounts with individual credit limits of over Rs.2 Lakh

BSR1 B – consists of consolidated information on the occupation- wise totals of accounts
with individual credit limits of Rs.2 lakhs and less
The following values are defaulted in BSRI reports:

Name of the bank

Name and address of the branch

Uniform Branch Code
4.6.1 System Data Mapping for BSR 1A
The pre-requisites for data population in BSR 1A reports are as follows:

The modules are BC and CL

For BC module, the account is active

The limit amount is greater than 200000

The account outstanding balance is greater than or equal to zero. If the outstanding
balance is zero, then, a hyphen (-) should be mentioned

Closed accounts are not reflected
Following are the details displayed for BSR 1A reports, which includes the total of the credit limit,
outstanding and accounts:
Report Item
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Name of the Bank
This is the name of the
Bank.
Report Header
Name and address
of AD branch
This is the name of the
Branch reporting the
Data.
The AD Code is maintained as Branch level
UDF.
Name of the Party
The customer Name of
the party of the advances
is displayed in this field
Account Number
Displays the account
number of the BC/CL.
The account number is appended with the
Branch code
BC – Bill ref No,
CL - Loan Acc No
District Code of the
place of utilization of
credit
-
District code of the utilization credit is got
from the UDF “UTILIZED_DISTRICT”
details.
Population group
code of the place of
-
Population group of the utilization credit is
got from the UDF “POPCODE” details. This
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Report Item
FCUBS Data
Conditions
utilization of credit
is associated to every Branch.
Type of account
code
-
Refer the Type of account table. We will not
consider OD.
Organization code
-
Refer the Organization Code table.
Occupation code
-
Based on UDF” ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION”
the code is obtained.
Category of the
borrower code
-
Based on the “BORROWAL” UDF code is
defaulted. If none of the condition is satisfied
the borrowal code is defaulted to 99.
Asset classification
code of the borrowal
account
-
Refer the Asset Classification Code of the
borrowal account table.
Secured/Un
Secured Loan Code
1 – Secured
If sum of Collateral Amounts – Balance
Outstanding is greater than 0 then 1 else 2.
Fixed / Floating rate
of interest flag
The Floating or Fixed
rate indicator
Rate of Interest
Interest rate of the
Bills/Loans account is
displayed.
Credit limit (in
thousands of
rupees)
Credit limit is the limit
amount for Bill accounts
and the Sanctioned
amount for the loans.
Amount outstanding
(in thousands)
Amount Outstanding is
taken for Loans/Bills.
Remarks
Branch Code
2 –Un Secured
Interest Flag Indicator
The user can also enter manually
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Following are the codes for the different types of accounts:
S.
No.
Type of Account
Code
Conditions
1
Cash Credit
10
Pledge/Hypothecation type of accounts.
Cash Credit Data element will be defined.
2
Overdraft
20
OD/Current/Savings Account.
All OD/Current/Savings Account are
considered
OD Data element can be defined to restrict
a set of OD’s
3
Demand Loan
30
Bill Data Element with Sight/Usance Bills
Products as below :
Import Bill with Operation as Acceptance.
Outward Export Bill with Operation as
Collection.
Loan Data Element with below Loan
Products:
Foreign Currency Denominated Loan,
Export Bill Crystallization Loan,
Inland LC Devolvement Loan
4
Loan extended through Credit
Cards
31
None
5
Term Loan
-
-
41
Months between the maturity date and
value date of the account is >12 or <=36
(including interim cash credit
pending sanction of term loans and
installment credit)
5.1
Medium – Term Loans (i.e. loans
and advances granted for a period
of above 1 year and upto and
inclusive of 3 years)
Module is Loan
Loan Product is not a Packing Credit
product
5.2
Long – Term Loans (i.e. loans and
advances granted for a period
above 3 years)
42
Months between the maturity date and
value date of the account is >36
Module is Loan
Loan Product is not a Packing Credit
product
6
Packing credit
50
(all export pre-shipment finance
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If the loan product is a Packing Credit
Product.
S.
No.
Type of Account
Code
Conditions
under any type of facility should be
coded as packing credit)
7
Export bills purchased
61
If the bill product is an Export Sight product
with Operation as Purchase.
8
Export bills discounted
62
If the bill product is an Export Usance
product with Operation as Discount.
9
Export bills advanced against
63
Export Bill Advanced Data Element is
defined to have Export Bill Rupee Advance
(Manual liquidation, Payment method as
‘D’) Loan product.
10
Advance against Export cash
incentives and Duty draw back
claims
64
Duty Drawback Data Element with Duty
Drawback Loan products.
11
Inland bills purchased
71
Outward Export Sight Bills with Operation
as Purchase.
Inland bills purchased can be defined as
data Element to restrict to Inland bills
Purchased
12
Inland bills discounted
72
Outward Export Usance Bills with
Operation as Discount.
Inland bills discounted can be defined as
data Element to restrict to Inland bills
discounted
13
Advances against import bills
80
Import Bill Crystallization Loan data
element to be defined for Import Bill
Crystallization Loan Products.
14
Foreign Currency Cheques,
TCs/DDs/TTs/MTs purchased
90
Foreign Cheque Purchase Bill products
(Clean Export Sight Bills not under LC and
operation as Purchase)/ Foreign Outward
Remittance FT product.
If the account type is not in the above conditions then Type of Account code is defaulted as
30.
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The UDF ‘ORGSUBTYPE’ is used to identify the organization code. The following table the asset
classification codes for the borrowal account:
S.
No.
Organization
Code
Conditions
1.
Standard Assets
01
This is based on the user defined status field for the
contract.
2.
Sub-standard
Assets
02
3.
Doubtful Assets
03
4.
Loss Assets
04
4.6.2 System Data Mapping for BSR 1B
The pre-requisite for data population in BSR 1B reports is that the account status for CL accounts
should not be Closed, Liquidated, Reversed and on Hold.
Following are the details displayed for BSR 1A reports:
Report Item
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of accounts
Number of accounts
Credit Limit
The credit limit sanctioned
For accounts with credit
limit of Rs. 25 thousand
and less.
Amount outstanding
Additional value populated other than all
occupations:
Sum of LCY balance of advance GL’s:
For current account in
case of overdraft account
For Retail Loans in case
of Loan account.
Festival Advance
Interest Free Rent Advance
Manual Cheques Purchased
No of accounts
Number of accounts
Credit Limit
The credit limit sanctioned
Amount outstanding
Additional value populated other than all
occupations:
Sum of LCY balance of advance GL’s:
Festival Advance
Interest Free Rent Advance
Manual Cheques Purchased
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For accounts with credit
limit of over Rs. 25
thousand and up to Rs. 2
Lakh.
For current account in
case of overdraft account
For Retail Loans in case
of Loan account.
4.6.3 System Data Mapping for BSR 1 Summary
Following are the details displayed for BSR 1 summary reports:
Item
Code
Summary Items
No. of
Accounts
Credit
Limit
(Rs.
thousa
nd)
Amount
Conditions
Outstandi
ng
(Rs.
thousand)
991
Total of BSR - 1A
Total number of
accounts. In
BSR1A, the Max
S. No,
The
total
credit
limit
The
amount
outstanding
Refer
BSR1A
992
Total of BSR - 1B
Total number of
accounts
The
total
credit
limit
The
amount
outstanding
Value in
950- refer
BSR1 B
990
Grand Total (991+992)
Total number of
accounts
The
total
credit
limit
The
amount
outstanding
999
Total credit as per
Section 42(2)
Total number of
accounts
The
total
credit
limit
The
amount
outstanding
Bank credit
in India
excluding
inter-bank
advances
as reported
under Form
A special
return,
Section 42
(2), as on
31st
March of
the survey
year
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Basic Statistical Return 2 (BSR 2) Statements
The BSR 2 statements, which are branch-wise reports, are forwarded by authorized dealers to
RBI on a yearly basis.
The data, with respect to the number of accounts and outstanding, which occur in the CASA and
TD modules, are maintained in the system. You can then generate the BSR 2 report using ‘MIS
Date’ and ‘Branch’ as the search criteria.
Following are the five parts of a BSR 2 report:

Part l- Classification of Deposits according to Type
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
Part ll - Classification of Term Deposits according to Original Maturity

Part ll - Classification of Term Deposits according to Interest Rate Range

Part - lV: Classification of Term Deposits according to Size

Part - V: Classification of Term Deposits according to Residual Maturity
The only pre-requisite for data population in BSR 2 reports is that all the accounts should be in
Open status. All the deposits in the TD and CASA modules are maintained in the system.
The BSR 2 report contains details on the number of accounts, amount outstanding and their
totals based on the following account categories:

Individual

Other accounts (Corporate, excluding deposits from banks)
The report also contains the following details:

Name of the bank

Name and address of the branch

Uniform Branch Code – the first 7 digits for the AD code
4.7.1 System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part I
The BSR 2 Part I reports are mainly used to obtain information from each office on the deposits
classified according to type. The additional information on female accounts is also collected in
Part I. The inter-bank deposits are also separately reported here.
The data is classified as follows:

Individual

Corporate

Total of individuals and corporate (excluding deposits from banks)
Following are the details, which include all types of non-resident rupee and foreign currency
deposits, displayed for BSR 2 Part I reports:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Accounts
Count of the Current
accounts
Code No 201: all
Current accounts
Outstanding amount of all
the current accounts
Code No 301: current
account held by
Females.
Count of the Savings
accounts
Code No 202: all
Savings accounts
Outstanding amount of all
the savings accounts
Code No 302: current
account held by
Females.
Count of the term deposit
accounts
Code No 203: all term
deposits
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
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Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding amount of all
the term deposit accounts
Code No 303: current
account held by
Females.
Total Count of the Current,
savings and term deposit
accounts
Code No 200
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
Total Outstanding amount
of the current, savings and
term deposit accounts
Total Inter- Bank Deposits
Code No:800
Aggregate of Inter Bank
deposits
Grand Total
Code No 300: current
account held by
Females.
Total outstanding of all the
term deposits accounts+
total Inter Bank deposits
Aggregate Deposit
This is not applicable
for Individuals and
Others.
Code No:900
This is not applicable
for Individuals and
Others.
Code No:999
Aggregate deposits (other
than from banks) in India
This is applicable for
total outstanding
amount column alone.
4.7.2 System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part II
The BSR 2 Part II reports are used to obtain information on the outstanding amount of term
deposits as on the reference date, , classified according to the original period of maturity for
which deposits have been placed with the branch by depositors.
The range of the original maturity days is maintained as a data element.
The data is classified as follows:

Individual

Corporate

Total of individuals and corporate (excluding deposits from banks)
Following are the details, which include all types of non-resident rupee and foreign currency
deposits, displayed for BSR 2 Part II reports:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 7 -14 days
Code No 401
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.
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 7 -14
days
Code No 401
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 15-29 days
Code No 402
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 15-29
days
Code No 402
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 30-45 days
Code No 403
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 30-45
days
Code No 403
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 46-90 days
Code No 404
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 46-90
days
Code No 404
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 91 days & above
but less than 6 months
Code No 405
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 91 days
& above but less than 6 months
Code No 405
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 6 months &
above but less than 1 year
Code No 406
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 6
months & above but less than 1
year
Code No 406
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 1 year & above
but less than 2 years
Code No 407
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 1 year &
above but less than 2 years
Code No 407
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 2 years & above
Code No 408
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Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
but less than 3 years
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 2 years
& above but less than 3 years
Code No 408
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 3 years & above
but less than 5 years
Code No 409
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 3 years
& above but less than 5 years
Code No 409
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 5 years & above
Code No 410
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 5 years
& above
Code No 410
No of Accounts
Sum of the accounts referring to
code nos 401-410
Code No 400
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the accounts
referring to code nos 401-410
Code No 400
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
4.7.3 System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part III
The BSR 2 Part III reports are used to obtain information on the distribution of term deposits
according to the broad interest rate ranges. The interest rate range is maintained as a data
element. The UDE is used to select the interest rate.
The data is classified as follows:

Individual

Corporate

Total of individuals and corporate (excluding deposits from banks)
Following are the details, which include all types of non-resident rupee and foreign currency
deposits, displayed for BSR 2 Part III reports:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range <5%
Code No 501
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range <5%
Code No 501
Amount Outstanding
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.
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range of 5% and above but
less than 6%
Code No 502
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 5% and
above but less than 6%
Code No 502
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 6% and above but
less than 7%
Code No 503
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 6% and
above but less than 7%
Code No 503
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 7% and above but
less than 8%
Code No 504
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 7% and
above but less than 8%
Code No 504
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 8% and above but
less than 9%
Code No 505
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 8% and
above but less than 9%
Code No 505
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 9% and above but
less than 10%
Code No 506
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 9% and
above but less than 10%
Code No 506
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 10% and above but
less than 11%
Code No 507
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 10% and
above but less than 11%
Code No 507
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 11% and above but
less than 12%
Code No 508
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Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 11% and
above but less than 12%
Code No 508
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 12% and above but
less than 13%
Code No 509
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 12% and
above but less than 13%
Code No 509
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 13% and above but
less than 15%
Code No 510
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 13% and
above but less than 15%
Code No 510
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
interest range 15% and above
Code No 511
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the interest range 15% and
above
Code No 511
No of Accounts
Total Count of the term deposits
from 501-511
Code No 511
Amount Outstanding
Total Outstanding of the term
deposits from 501-511
Code No 511
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
4.7.4 System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part IV
The BSR 2 Part IV reports are used to obtain information on outstanding amount of term deposits
as on the reference days of the return, classified according to the size of deposits. The deposit
size is maintained as a data element. The UDE is used to select the interest rate.
The data is classified as follows:

Individual

Corporate

Total of individuals and corporate (excluding deposits from banks)
Following are the details, which include all types of non-resident rupee and foreign currency
deposits, displayed for BSR 2 Part IV reports:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
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Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
deposit less than Rs.25000
Code No 601
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the deposit less than Rs.25000
Code No 601
Count of the term deposits with the
deposit in the range Rs. 25,000 &
above but less than Rs.1 lakh
Code No 602
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the deposit in the range of Rs.
25,000 & above but less than Rs.1
lakh
Code No 602
Count of the term deposits with the
deposit in the range of Rs.1 lakh &
above but less than Rs.15 lakh
Code No 603
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the deposit in the range of Rs.1
lakh & above but less than Rs.15
lakh
Code No 603
Count of the term deposits with the
deposit in the range of Rs.15 lakh &
above but less than Rs.1 crore
Code No 604
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the deposit in the range of
Rs.15 lakh & above but less than
Rs.1 crore
Code No 604
Count of the term deposits with the
deposit in the range of Rs.1 crore &
above
Code No 605
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the deposit in the range of Rs.1
crore & above
Code No 605
No of Accounts
Total Count of the term deposits
from 601-605
Code No 600
Amount Outstanding
Total Outstanding of the term
deposits from 601-605
Code No 600
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
No of Accounts
Amount Outstanding
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4.7.5 System Data Mapping for BSR 2 Part V
The BSR 2 Part V reports are used to obtain information on outstanding amount of term deposits
as on the reference days of the return, classified according to the residual period of maturity. This
information is submitted by the computerized branches of the scheduled commercial banks. The
range of residual maturity days is maintained as a data element.
The data is classified as follows:

Individual

Corporate

Total of individuals and corporate (excluding deposits from banks)
Following are the details, which include all types of non-resident rupee and foreign currency
deposits, displayed for BSR 2 Part IV reports:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 1 -14 days
Code No 701
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 1 -14
days
Code No 701
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 15-28 days
Code No 702
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 15-28
days
Code No 702
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 29-90 days
Code No 703
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 29-90
days
Code No 703
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 91 days & above
but less than 6 months
Code No 704
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 91 days
& above but less than 6 months
Code No 704
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 6 months &
above but less than 1 year
Code No 705
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 6
months & above but less than 1
Code No 705
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year
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No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 1 year & above
but less than 3 years
Code No 706
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 1 year &
above but less than 3 years
Code No 706
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 3 years & above
but less than 5 years
Code No 707
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 3 years
& above but less than 5 years
Code No 707
No of Accounts
Count of the term deposits with the
maturity period as 5 years & above
Code No 708
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the term deposits
with the maturity period as 5 years
& above
Code No 708
No of Accounts
Sum of the accounts referring to
code nos 701-708
Code No 700
Amount Outstanding
Outstanding of the accounts
referring to code nos 701-708
Code No 700
Basic Statistical Report 3 (BSR 3) Statements
The BSR 3 statements, which are bank-wise reports, are forwarded by banks to RBI on a monthly
basis (last Friday of every month).
The disbursement details of all the active contracts in the CL, CASA and BC modules are
maintained in the system. You can then generate the BSR 2 report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Bank
Code’ as the search criteria. The data extraction is done based on the UDF maintained.
4.8.1 System Data Mapping for BSR 3
The pre-requisites for BSR 3 reports are as follows:

The account should be open and must have a balance greater than zero

Active bills (both Import/Export) that are Purchased/ Discounted/ Advanced are
considered
The following table gives the system data mapping for BSR 3 reports:
Security
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
UDF
BORROWAL UDF
Mills/Factories
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Industrial
Others
Users
Food grains :
Cereals
01101
01-29,49
41-45
31-39
Food grains :
Pulses
01102
01-29,49
41-45
31-39
Selected major oil
seeds
indigenously
grown, viz.
groundnut,
rapeseed/mustard,
cottonseed,
linseed and castor
seed, oils thereof,
vanaspati and all
imported oils and
vegetable oils
11031, 15104
01-29,49
41-45
31-39
raw cotton and
kapas
01105
01-29,49
41-45
31-39
sugar/gur
/khandsari,
01104, 15402
01-29,49
41-45
31-39
cotton textiles
which include
cotton yarn, manmade fibres and
yarn and fabrics
made out of manmade fibres and
partly out of cotton
yarn and partly out
of man-made
fibres
17101 to 17105, 18101,
18102
01-29,49
41-45
31-39
All amounts are in thousands (Amount divided by 1000)
4.9
Maturity and Position (MAP) Reports
The MAP statements, which are branch-wise reports, are forwarded by authorized dealers to RBI
on a monthly basis.
The entire off-balance sheet (items in the nature of assets and liabilities) and balance sheet items
(assets and liabilities) and their residual gap data with respect to the FX, TD, MM, BC, CL
modules are maintained in the system. You can then generate the MAP2 report using ‘MIS Date’
and ‘Bank’ as the search criteria.
The data extraction is based on the difference between the MIS date and the ‘To’ date. For the
FX transaction, the ‘To’ date is the Liquidation date and for the TD, MM, BC and CL modules, the
‘To’ date is the Maturity date.
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The only pre-requisite for MAP reports is that the contract should be active.
The following details are available at the bottom of the report:

Name - Name of the Authorized Official

Designation - Authorized Dealers Designation

A.D. Code - Authorized Dealers Code

Address of Authorized Dealer - Address of AD

Place - Place of Signing

Date - Date of signing
4.9.1 System Data Mapping for MAP
The following table gives the system data mapping for MAP reports:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
A. Off Balance Sheet Items
-
Label
a. Items in the nature of
Liabilities
-
Label
a.1. Merchant Sales
Sum of Foreign Currency
balance for FX
Contracts.
FX Product defined by
Data Element “Merchant
Sales”
Sell Deal
Sell flag as ‘S’
Sell leg is a FCY.
a.2. Inter Bank Sales
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold
Amount for FX Contracts
FX Product defined by
Data Element “Inter-Bank
Sales”
Either Buy/Sell deal.
Sell leg is a FCY.
a.3. Overseas Sales
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold
Amount for FX Contracts
The customer residence
is outside India. Data
Element
OVERSEAS_SALES
Either Buy/Sell deal.
Sell leg is a FCY.
a.4. Sales to RBI
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold
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If the customer is RBI.
Data Element
SALES_TO_RBI,
SALES_TO_RBICUSTO
Amount for FX Contracts
MERS
Either Buy/Sell deal.
Sell leg is a FCY.
a.5. Currency Swaps
-
Label
a.5.1. Sales against INR
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold
Amount for FX Contracts
FX Product defined by
Data Element “Sales
against INR”
Either Buy/Sell Deal
Sell leg is a FCY Bought
Leg in ’INR’
a.5.2. Cross Currency
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold
Amount for FX Contracts
Either Buy/Sell Deal
FX Product defined by
Data Element “Cross
Currency”
Sell leg is a FCY
Bought Leg is not LCY
a.6. Others
-
Based on the
LIABILITIES_OTHERS_
GL,
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
Total (To be indicated with a
minus (-) sign)
Sum of all off balance
Sheet Items indicated
with a minus sign
b. Items in the nature of Assets
-
Label
b.1. Merchant Purchases
Sum of Foreign Currency
balance for FX
Contracts.
FX Product with :
Buy Deal
Bought leg is a FCY Auto
Liquidation Set to “No”
Forward FX Product
b.2. Inter-bank purchases
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold
Amount for FX Contracts
FX Product with :
Either Buy/Sell Deal
Bought leg is a FCY like
USD
Auto Liquidation Set to
“Yes”.
4-25
b.3. Overseas Purchases
None
b.4. Purchases from RBI
Sum of Foreign Currency
balance for FX
Contracts.
FX Product with :
Buy Deal
Bought leg is a FCY like
USD
Sell leg is a LCY like INR.
b.5. Currency Swaps
Label
b.5.1. Purchases against INR
If Buy/Sell flag is Sell
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of
Bought Amount for FX
Contracts.
FX Product with :
If Buy/Sell flag is Sell
then sum of Foreign
Currency balance of
contract else sum of
Bought Amount for FX
Contracts.
FX Product with :
b.5.2. Cross Currency
Either Buy/Sell Deal
Bought leg is a FCY like
USD
Sell leg is a LCY like INR.
Either Buy/Sell Deal
Bought leg is a FCY like
USD
Sell leg is not LCY.
Contract Status is Active.
b.6. Others
-
Based on the
OTHR_ASSET_PRODUCTS
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
Total (To be indicated with a plus
(+) sign)
Total of all Items in the
nature of Assets
indicated with plus sign
Off Balance Sheet GAP (a - b)
Off Balance Sheet GAP
(a + b)
Sum of all off balance
Sheet Items indicated
with a minus sign Total of all Items in the
nature of Assets
indicated with plus sign
B. Balance Sheet Items
-
Label
a. Liabilities
-
Label
a.1. FCNR(B)
Sum of TD Principal
Amounts till MIS Date
For FCNR TD products
with:
Account not Closed
Currency is FCY like
4-26
USD.
Data element FCNR can
be defined to restrict the
TD Products
a.2. EEFC
This shows Sum in
Account Currency.
Maintained as Account
Class.
Always in first Time
bucket
a.3. RFC
Sum of Balance of TD
and SA accounts.
The values will be
available only I the first
bucket for Savings
Account else distributed
across buckets.
Account Class level data
element is maintenance.
a.4. Overdrafts in Nostro A/c
This shows Sum of
positive value of Account
Currency Balance only
when the Balance goes
negative for all Nostro
GL’s.
All gl’s of GL type Nostro
a.5. Inter-bank/borrowings
Sum of FCY balance
from the MM contracts
based on the Product
code.
Product is maintained as
Inter-bank borrowings.
a.6. LOC/BAF
None
Total Liabilities (To be indicated
with a minus (-) sign)
Summation of total
liabilities
indicated with a minus
sign
It’s a Label in the report
b. Assets
b.1. Nostro Balances (cash and
bank balances)
Sum of balance of all
Nostro GL’s for which
Balance is positive.
Nostro GL’s should be
maintained as a Data
Element
Always in first Time
bucket
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b.2. Short Term Investments
Balance from the MM
placement products
b.3. Loans
None
Label
b.3.1. PCFC
Sum of
For PCFC Loan products
with:
Principal Outstanding in
LCY
Currency is in Foreign
currency Account Status
not in Closed and
reversed.
Loan Expiry Date
b.3.2. FCNR (B) Loans
Sum of
Principal Outstanding in
LCY
For FCNR Loan products
with:
Currency is in Foreign
currency Account Status
not in Closed and
reversed.
Loan Expiry Date
b.3.3. Bills Discounted
If operation is Discount
/Purchase, if the
purchase Amount is
more or equal to the
difference of Bill Amount
FCY and Outstanding
Amount, then the excess
Purchase Amount is
returned else 0 is
returned.
Export Bill Products with:
Currency is in Foreign
currency Settlement
status is active.
Operation Code not in
Collection.
Contract Status is Active.
If operation is Discount
/Purchase, Difference
between Purchase
Amount and Partial
Liquidated Amount
If any other operation
then Outstanding
Amount is returned
b.3.4. Others
-
Based on the
OTHR_LOAN_ASSET_PRO
DUCTS maintenance in
the Data Element
maintenance
b.4. Inter-bank Lendings
Balance of Money
Market Contracts with
Currency in FCY
b.5. Others
-
Based on the
ASSETS_OTHERS_GL
GL maintenance in the
4-28
Data Element
maintenance
Total Assets (To be indicated
with a plus (+) sign)
Total Assets indicated
with plus sign
Balance Sheet GAP (a+ b)
Balance Sheet GAP
(Total Liabilities
indicated with minus
sign + Total Assets
indicated with plus sign)
RESIDUAL GAP (B~D)
Difference between Off
Balance Sheet GAP and
Balance Sheet GAP
MAP is a currency-wise report.
4.10 Interest Rate Sensitivity (SIR) Reports
The SIR statements, which are branch-wise reports, are forwarded by authorized dealers to RBI
on a monthly basis.
All the data with respect to the account balances from FX, TD, MM, BC and CL modules are
extracted and maintained in the system. You can generate the SIR report using ‘MIS Date’ and
‘Branch’ as the search criteria.
The gap is calculated as the difference between total assets and the total liabilities. For some
products the interest rate sensitivity is calculated individually. The Net Gap is calculated as the
difference between the Gap that is calculated and the other products’ total.
4.10.1 System Data Mapping for SIR
The following table gives the system data mapping for SIR reports:
Sl.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
A)
Liabilities
-
It’s a Label in the report
1
FCNR(B)
For FCNR TD products with:
Account not Closed
Currency is FCY like USD.
Sum of TD Principal
Amounts till MIS Date
2
3
EEFC
RFC
This shows Sum in
Account Currency.
Sum of Balance of TD
4-29
Data element FCNR can be
defined to restrict the TD
Products
Maintained as Account Class.
Always in first Time bucket
Sl.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
and SA accounts.
The values will be available
only I the first bucket for
Savings Account else
distributed across buckets.
Account Class level data
element is maintenance.
st
4
Overdrafts in
Nostro A/c.
This shows Sum of
positive value of
Account Currency
Balance only when the
Balance goes negative
for all Nostro GL’s.
All gl’s of GL type Nostro. 1
bucket.
5
Interbank
borrowings
Sum of FCY balance
from the MM contracts
based on the Product
code.
Product is maintained as Interbank borrowings.
6
LOC/BAF
None
7
Others (Specify)
Based on the Others GL
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
Total Liabilities
B)
Assets
1
Nostro Balances
Summation of total
liabilities
It’s a Label in the report
Sum of balance of all
Nostro GL’s for which
Balance is positive.
2
Short term
investments
Balance from the MM
placement products
3
Loans:
None
Nostro GL’s should be
maintained as a Data Element
Always in first Time bucket
Label
PCFC
For PCFC Loan products with:
Sum of Principal
Outstanding in ACY" +
Interest Accrued
4-30
Currency is in Foreign currency
Account Status not in Closed
and reversed.
Sl.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Loan Expiry Date
FCNR(B) Loans
For FCNR Loan products with:
Sum of Principal
Outstanding in ACY" +
Interest Accrued
Bills Discounted
If operation is Discount
/Purchase, if the
purchase Amount is
more or equal to the
difference of Bill
Amount FCY and
Outstanding Amount,
then the excess
Purchase Amount is
returned else 0 is
returned.
Currency is in Foreign currency
Account Status not in Closed
and reversed.
Loan Expiry Date
Export Bill Products with:
Currency is in Foreign currency
Settlement status is active.
Operation Code not in
Collection.
Contract Status is Active.
If operation is Discount
/Purchase, Difference
between Purchase
Amount and Partial
Liquidated Amount
If any other operation
then Outstanding
Amount is returned
Others
Based on the
BORROWING_OTHERS_GL
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
4
Inter-bank
Lending
5
Others
Balance of Money
Market Contracts with
Currency in FCY
Based on the Others GL
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
Total Assets
Summation of total
Assets
C)
Liabilities +
Currency
Swaps^^ (-)
( Liabilities + Currency
Swaps from Liabilities)
Currency Swaps from Liabilities
is calculated. Refer the
underlying table for currency
swaps
D)
Assets +
Currency
(Assets + Currency
Swaps from Assets)
Currency Swaps from Assets is
calculated. Refer the underlying
4-31
Sl.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Swaps** (+)
E)
Gap (Difference
between C and
D)
table for currency swaps
( Liabilities +Currency
Swaps from Liabilities)
~
(Assets + Currency
Swaps from Assets)
F)
Other products
IRS
None
FRAs
None
Others
None
Net (Difference
between E and
F)
This would be the same as E.
SIR is a currency-wise report.
The following table lists the items in the nature of Liabilities (selling a foreign currency)
a.5. Currency Swaps^^
-
Label
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy then sum of
Foreign Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold Amount
for FX Contracts
Either Buy/Sell Deal
a.5.1. Sales against INR
Sell leg is a FCY Bought Leg in
’INR’
If Buy/Sell flag is Buy then sum of
Foreign Currency balance of
contract else sum of Sold Amount
for FX Contracts
Either Buy/Sell Deal
Sell leg is a FCY like USD.
a.5.2. Cross Currency
Bought Leg is not LCY
4-32
FX Product
defined by Data
Element “Sales
against INR”
FX Product
defined by Data
Element “Cross
Currency”
The following table lists the items in the nature of Assets (buying a foreign currency):
b.5. Currency Swaps**
Label
FX Product with
:
Either Buy/Sell
Deal
b.5.1. Purchases against INR
If Buy/Sell flag is Sell then sum of
Foreign Currency balance of
contract else sum of Bought
Amount for FX Contracts.
Bought leg is a
FCY like USD
Sell leg is a LCY
like INR.
FX Product with
:
Either Buy/Sell
Deal
Bought leg is a
FCY like USD
b.5.2. Cross Currency
If Buy/Sell flag is Sell then sum of
Foreign Currency balance of
contract else sum of Bought
Amount for FX Contracts.
Sell leg is not
LCY.
Contract Status
is Active.
4.11 Return 13 – Form VIII
The Form VIII, which is a branch-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI on a monthly
basis.
The asset and liability details are derived from GLs. You can generate the report using ‘MIS Date’
and ‘Branch’ as the search criteria.
4.11.1 System Data Mapping for Return 13 – Form
The pre-requisites for BSR 3 reports are as follows:

The account must be open and must have a balance that is greater than zero

Active bills (both Import/Export) that are Purchased/Discounted/Advanced are considered

Account_Class_Data_Element and Gl_Data_Element is provided to include and exclude
the Account Classes and GL's respectively. PRODUCT_ELEMENT is provided to include
and exclude the Products (from Bills/Loans/LC)
The report data is classified as follows:

First Alternate Friday

Second Alternate Friday

Third Alternate Friday
The following table gives the system data mapping for Form VIII:
4-33
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
Label
-
Part A
1
Liabilities in India
to the
Banking System
(excluding any
loan taken by a
Regional
Rural Bank from
its sponsor
Bank)
1 a)
Demand Liabilities
Label
-
1 a) i)
Balances in
Current accounts
of State bank of
India, subsidiary
Banks and
Corresponding
New Banks
Demand Liabilities include
all liabilities which are
payable on demand that
include current deposits
maintained in State bank
of India, subsidiary Banks
and Corresponding New
Banks
LCY balance for GLs
maintained under the data
Element
“DLIAB_BAL_IN_CURR_G
L”.
1 a) ii)
Other Demand
Liabilities
demand liabilities portion
of savings bank deposits,
margins held against
letters of
credit/guarantees,
balances in overdue fixed
deposits, cash certificates
and cumulative/recurring
deposits, outstanding
Telegraphic Transfers
(TTs), Mail Transfer (MTs),
Demand Drafts (DDs),
unclaimed deposits, credit
balances in the Cash
Credit account and
deposits held as security
for advances which are
payable on demand.
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under the data
Element
“DLIAB_BAL_SAV_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained for the data
element
“DLIAB_LCGTY_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_OVERDUE_TD_GL
”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_CASH_CERT_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_RD_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_TELEGRAPHIC_T
RNF_GL”
4-34
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_MAIL_TRNF_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_DEMAND_DRAFT
_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_UNCLAIMED_TD_
GL”
LCY Credit Balance for the
GLs maintained under
“DLIAB_CASH_CREDIT_G
L”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“DLIAB_DEP_AS_SECURI
TY_GL”
1 b)
Time Liabilities
those which are payable
otherwise than on demand
that include fixed deposits,
cash certificates,
cumulative and recurring
deposits, time liabilities
portion of savings bank
deposits, staff security
deposits, margin held
against letters of credit, if
not payable on demand,
deposits held as securities
for advances which are not
payable on demand and
Gold deposits.
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_TD_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_CASH_CERT_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_RD_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_SB_DEP_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_STAFF_SEC_DEP
_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_LC_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_DEP_AS_SECURI
TY_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TLIAB_GOLD_DEP_GL”
4-35
S. No
2
Columns
Description
Total of 1
Total of 1
Liabilities in India
to Others
(excluding
borrowings from
the Reserve Bank,
EXIM Bank,
NABARD)
Other Demand and Time
Liabilities (ODTL) include
interest accrued on
deposits, bills payable,
unpaid dividends,
suspense account
balances representing
amounts due to other
banks or public, net credit
balances in branch
adjustment account, any
amounts due to the
"Banking System" which
are not in the nature of
deposits or borrowing.
Such liabilities may arise
due to items, like (i)
collection of bills on behalf
of other banks, (ii) interest
due to other banks and so
on.
Participation Certificates
issued to other banks, the
balances outstanding in
the blocked account
pertaining to segregated
outstanding credit entries
for more than 5 years in
inter-branch adjustment
account, the margin
money on bills purchased /
discounted and gold
borrowed by banks from
abroad
Demand Liabilities
Time Liabilities
Conditions
PRODUCT_ELEMENT will be
provided to include and
exlude the Products (from
Bills/Loans/LC)
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_ DEP_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
BILLS_PAY_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
UNPAID_DIVDND_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
SUSPENSE_GL”
LCY Credit Balance for the
GLs maintained under
“ODTLIAB_ BRN_ADJ_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
BANKINGSYS_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
PART_CERT_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
BLOCKED_AC_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
BILLS_MARGIN_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“ODTLIAB_
GOLD_BORROW_GL”
Total 2
Total of 2
4-36
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
3
Cash in Hand
24 per cent on their total
net demand and time
liabilities (NDTL)
24% of (Total 1 + Total 2)
4
Balances in
current account
with Reserve bank
Demand Liabilities include
all liabilities which are
payable on demand that
include current deposits
maintained in RBI.
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“CURR_AC_AT_RBI_GL”
5
Assets in India
with Banking
System
Label
5 a)
Balances in
current account
with
Label
5 a) i)
State bank of
India, subsidiary
Banks and
Corresponding
New Banks
Assets with the banking
system include balances
with banks in current
accounts with State
bank of India, subsidiary
Banks and Corresponding
New Banks
5 a) ii)
Other Banks and
notified Financial
Institutions
Assets with the banking
system include balances
with banks in current
accounts maintained in
Other Banks and notified
Financial Institutions
Balances in other
accounts with
Banks and notified
Financial
Institutions
Savings, Deposits, Loans.
5 b)
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“CURR_AC_AT_SBI_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“CURR_AC_AT_OTHR_BA
NK_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“SAV_AC_SBI_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“SAV_AC_OTHERBANK_G
L”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TD_SBI_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“TD_OTHERBANK_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“LOAN_SBI_GL”
LCY Balance for the GLs
4-37
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
maintained under
“LOAN_OTHERBANK_GL”
5 c)
Money at call and
short notice
Nostro GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
MM contract
Sum of LCY balance of the
Nostro GLs gets updated
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“MONEY_SHORT_NOTICE
_GL”
5 d)
Advances to
banks (due from
Banks)
Loans/ OD
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“INTER_BANK_LOAN_GL”
5 e)
Other Assets
Other Assets GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“OTHER_ASSETS_GL”
Total 5
Total of 5
Net balance in
current accounts=
5 a) i) – 1 a) i)
Derived value
(1-5)+2 (if is a plus figure)
Derived value
6
5 a) i) – 1 a) i)
7
Net Liabilities for
the purpose of
section 18 and 24
of regulation act,
1949 =
Net Liabilities to
Banking System+
Other demand
and time
liabilities= (1-5)+2
(if is a plus figure)
Or
2 only if (1-5) is a minus
figure
Or
2 only if (1-5) is a
minus figure
Part B (For nonscheduled Banks
only)
Label
-
4-38
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
8
Minimum amount
of cash reserve
required to be
maintained under
Section 18 of the
Banking
regulation act,
1949 (3 % of 7 as
on the last Friday
of the preceding
fortnight)
3 % of 7 as on the last
Friday of the preceding
fortnight
Derived value
9
Cash reserve
actually
maintained=
3+4+6
3+4+6
Derived value
10
Excess of 9 over 8
Excess of 9 over 8
Derived value (9-8)
Part C
Label
-
11
Minimum amount
of assets required
to be maintained
under section 18
and 24 of
regulation act,
1949 (25 percent
or such other
specified
percentage of 7
as on the last
Friday of the
second preceding
fortnight)
25 percent or such other
specified percentage of 7
as on the last Friday of the
second preceding fortnight
Derived value
12 a)
Balance required
to be maintained
under the section
42 of the RBI Act,
1934
-
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“SEC_42_GL”
12 b)
Balance
maintained by
Scheduled banks
with RBI
-
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“SCHEDULED_BANK_GL”
12 c)
Excess of 12 b)
over 12 a)
Excess of 12 b) over 12 a)
Derived value
13
Assets actually
maintained
Label
-
4-39
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
13 a)
Amount in cash
deposited with
RBI by Banking
company
incorporated
outside India
under section
11(2) of the
Banking
Regulation Act ,
1949
-
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“CASH_DEP_RBI_GL”
13 b)
Cash in hand or in
case of a nonscheduled Bank
excess of 9 over 8
, if any show
against 10
excess of 9 over 8 , if any
show against 10
Derived value (9-8)
13 c)
Excess balance if
any show against
12 c) above
-
Derived value
13 d)
Net balance in
current account
maintained by a
scheduled bank =
4 above
-
Derived value
13 e)
Balances
maintained by a
RRB in call or
fixed deposit with
its Sponsor bank
-
LCY Balance for the GLs
maintained under
“RRB_GL”
13 f)
Gold value at a
rice not exceeding
the market price
-
13 g)
Unencumbered
approved
securities valued
on the basis of the
method of
valuation
determined by
RBI
-
Manual Entry
13 h)
Approved
securities
deposited with
RBI by a Banking
company
incorporated
-
Manual Entry
Manual Entry
4-40
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
Total of 13 a) to13
h)
Total of 13 a) to13 h)
Manual Entry
13- 11
([Total of 13 a) to13 h)]-14)
Manual Entry
outside India
under section
11(2) of the
Banking
regulation act,
1949 valued on
the basis of
method of
valuation
determined by
RBI
14
4.12 R-Return – FET-ERS Reporting
The R-Return report, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI on a
fortnightly basis.
The foreign currency inflow/ outflow transactions that occurred in BC, CL, Teller, FX and FT
modules are extracted from the system at the end of every fortnight.
The data extraction is based on the purpose codes defined by BRI. Following are the instances
for which the purpose codes are defined:

Reporting Forex transaction Receipts

Reporting Forex Transaction Payments

Purpose codes for Cover-page
The data extraction is based on purpose code selection for BC, RT and FT. The R-Return batch
‘MDFRSRRN’, which is an intra-day batch, is maintained in the system. This batch is run at the
head office level which is required for R-Return Nostro pages.
Note the following:
In FT contracts, ‘Purpose Code’ is mandatory only if the settlement account is Nostro, which is
validated by the system.
In case of FX transactions, the data extracted is available n in the Nostro Cover page and the Q.E
File. The extraction for the Cover page items is based on the following conditions:
Cover page Item
Conditions
1.D Sales to other Authorised Dealers
in India
Credit Nostro
Customer type is Bank
Residence- India
4-41
Cover page Item
Conditions
1.E. Sales to Reserve Bank of India
Credit Nostro
Customer Type is Bank
MDTM_REPORT_PARAM -table name
RBI_CUSTOMER-Customer CIF
Residence- India
Identified by the CIF number allotted to
RBI
1.F Sales to overseas banks and
branches
Credit Nostro
Customer Type is Bank
Residence- Not India
2.D Purchases from other Authorised
Dealers in India
Debit Nostro
Customer type is Bank
Residence- India
2.E Purchases from Reserve Bank of
India
Debit Nostro
Customer Type is Bank
MDTM_REPORT_PARAM -table name
RBI_CUSTOMER-Customer CIF
Residence- India
Identified by the CIF number allotted to
RBI
2.F Purchases from overseas banks
and branches
Debit Nostro
Customer Type is Bank
Residence- Not India
For Retail Teller, you can capture the value of the UDF ‘PURPOSE_CODE’ in the screens
mentioned below (with their function ids):

FX Purchase (Walk-in) - 8004

FX Sale (Walk-in) - 8203

DD Liquidation against Account - 8312

DD Liquidation against GL - 8311

DD Liquidation against Walk-in - 8310

TCs Purchase (Walk-in) - 8003

TCs purchase against Account - 1409

TCs sale against GL - 8205

TCs sale (Walk-in) - 8204

TC sale against Account - 1009
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For more details on mapping system branch functions to retail teller products, refer section
‘Mapping Oracle FLEXCUBE Branch Functions to Retail Teller Products’ in the chapter ‘Annexure
- A’ in the Retail Teller User Manual
4.12.1 R-Return User Intreface Workflow
The following diagram describes the workflow of the R-Return User Interface:
4.12.2 Maintaining R-Return Details
You can maintain details required for report generation and submission using the ‘R-Return
Maintenance’ screen. The maintenance is done at the head office level, which is applicable to the
associated branches. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDDRRETM’ in the field at the top
right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
You have to authorise the records created in this screen. Also, system does not carry out
valiadtions on the details maintained here.
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Specify the following details here:
Branch
System displays the branch code of the reporting branch as maintained in the bank parameters
screen.
Branch Description
System displays brief decription of the branch code as maintained in the bnk parameters screen.
Product Type
Specify the product type. The adjoining option list displys a list of all the valid product types
maintained in the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Operation
Specify the operation. The adjoining option list displys a list of all the valid operations maintained
in the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Event Code
Specify the event code. The adjoining option list displys a list of all the event codes maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Amount Tag
Specify the amount tag. The adjoining option list displys a list of all the amount tags maintained in
the system. You can select the appropriate one.
Purpose Code
Select the purpose code from the adjoining option list.
Once you save, you can modify the value of ‘Purpose Code’ only. You can click on the ‘+’ or ‘-’
button to add or remove rows.
4.12.2.1
Operations you can Perform on R-Record Details
On the r-record details maintenance, you can perform the following operations:
 Add a record
 Modify a record
 Delete a record
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4.12.3 Viewing R-Return Details
You can view the r-returned details maintained for report generation and submission using the ‘RReturn Maintenance’ summary screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDSRRETM’ in the
field at the top right corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
In the above screen, you can base your queries on any or all of the following parameters and
fetch records:

Authorization Status

Branch

Record Status
Select any or all of the above parameters for a query and click ‘Search’ button. The records
meeting the selected criteria are displayed.
System displays the following details pertaining to the fetched records:

Authorization Status

Record Status

Branch

Branch Description
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4.12.4 Viewing the R-Return Nostro Cover Page Data Extraction Logic
The file data is extracted using the schedule and purpose code mapping. You can edit the Nostro
cover page data that has been extracted based on the data mapping and extracting logic. You
can view the extracted data for the Nostro cover page using the ‘R-Return Extracted Data’
summary screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDSRRETQ’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
All the records in this screen have to be authorized manually. During extraction, if any record is
un-authorized, system gives an alert message and extraction will not be possible.
You can query the records with the following details as the search criteria:

Bank Reference Number

Customer Number

Currency

Purpose Code

Authorisation Status

Record Status

Transaction Date
You can view the data captured for a record in the ‘R-Return Extracted Data Details’ screen. This
screen displays the data of the individual transactions.
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To invoke the ‘R-Return Extracted data Details’ screen, click on a record in the ‘R-Return
Extracted Data’ summary screen.
Specify the following details here:
Purpose Code
Specify the purpose code from the adjoining option list.
Remark Ref No URS
Specify your remarks on unclassified receipts survey here.
System displays the following details here:
Transaction Date
System displays the date on which the transaction has occurred.
Serial Number
System displays the sequence number appended to the transactions. The Serial Number ranges
from 1 to 9999.
Bank Reference
System displays the Central Bank reference number for the transaction.
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Currency
System displays the bill currency for the transaction.
Nostro/ Vostro Indicator
System displays ‘V’ when currency is INR and ‘N’ for all the other currencies.
Vostro Country Code
System displays the code of the Vostro account holder’s country.
Transaction Amount Indicator
System displays the realization type in GR form. System displays one of the following values:
 0 – Indicates otherwise
 1 – Indicates full invoice
 2 – Indicates part invoice value
 4 – Indicates Amount Zero
 5 - Indicates combined GR forms
Amount in Foreign Currency Unit
System displays the credit amount (without any decimal value and point), in case of outward
remittance, and the debit amount, in case of inward remittance.
Amount in Rupees
System displays the local equivalent of the debit amount (without any decimal value and point), in
case of outward remittance, or credit, in case of inward remittance, to the customer account.
Invoice/ GR Amount
System displays either the invoice amount or the GR amount in the GR forms, whichever is
applicable.
Gr Prefix
System displays the GR prefix for the transaction.
Form Number
System displays the form number for the transaction. This field is blank for new export
procedures.
Bill Prefix
System displays either N,D, P, C, M or A as the bill prefix, based on the Central Bank reference
Number
Bill Number
System displays the bill number for the transaction
Import/ Export Code
System displays the import or export code for transactions with purpose codes P0101 and P0105.
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Date of Shipment
System displays the shipping bill date here.
Shipping Bill Number
System displays the Shipping bill number here.
Customer Number
System displays the customer number here.
Under LC
System displays one of the following values here:
1 – Indicates under LC
0 – indicates otherwise
URS
System displays the number of transactions clubbed under Unclassified Receipts Survey for
recipients of the foreign exchange transaction when amount is more than INR 500000 or more for
a single transaction.
Beneficiary Name
System displays the beneficiary name here only for recipients of the foreign exchange transaction
when amount is more than INR 500000 or more for a single transaction.
Remitter Name
System displays the remitter’s name here.
4.12.5 R-Return Vostro Cover Page Data Extraction Logic
The Vostro cover page contains a summary of the transactions on the Vostro accounts of banks
and private exchange houses.
Following are the conditions for Vostro transactions:
 The currency is INR
 The Country of the bank/ private exchange house is not India
The data extraction for the Vostro cover page is as follows:
Vostro
Operati
on
Column
Bank
Private Exchange
House
-
Name , Place and
Country of the bank
branch or
correspondent
This is the Name , place
and country of the Banks
This is the Name, Place,
and country of the Private
Exchange House
-
Opening Balance
This is the Closing
balance of the previous
This is the Closing
balance of the Previous
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Vostro
Operati
on
Column
Bank
Private Exchange
House
Vostro Cover page
Vostro Cover page
3A
Transaction with
Public- ImportsBelow 5 lakhs
Sum of all bill
transactions below 5
lakhs are displayedCredit to Vostro in BC
Sum of all bill transactions
below 5 lakhs are
displayed- Credit to
Vostro in BC
3B
Transaction with
Public- Imports- 5
lakhs and above
Sum of all Bill
transactions equal to or
above 5lakhs are
displayed- Credit to
Vostro in BC
Sum of all Bill
transactions equal to or
above 5lakhs are
displayed- Credit to
Vostro in BC
4A
Transaction with
Public- OthersBelow 5 lakhs
Sum of all other
transactions below
5lakhs- Credit to Vostro
in FT and other Modules.
Sum of all other
transactions below
5lakhs- Credit to Vostro in
FT and Other Modules.
4B
Transaction with
Public- Others- 5
lakhs and above
Sum of all credits equal
or more than 5 lakhsCredit to Vostro in FT
and Other Modules.
Sum of all credits equal or
more than 5 lakhs- Credit
to Vostro in FT and Other
Modules.
5
Funding
Transactions
Sum of funding
transactions (crediting
the account)- Credit to
Vostro in FX
Sum of funding
transactions (crediting the
account)- Credit to Vostro
in FX
-
Total Credits
Sum of 3, 4, 5
Sum of 3, 4, 5
7
Exports
Sum of all bill
transactions are
displayed.- Debit from
Vostro in BC
Sum of all bill transactions
are displayed.- Debit from
Vostro in BC
8A
Transaction with
Public- Payments- 5
lakhs and above
Sum of all Payments
equal to or above
5lakhs- Debit from Vostro
in FT and Other Modules.
Sum of all Payments
equal to or above 5lakhsDebit from Vostro in FT
and Other Modules.
8B
Transaction with
Public- PaymentsBelow 5 lakhs
Sum of all Payments
below 5 lakhs- Debit from
Vostro in FT and Other
Modules.
Sum of all Payments
below 5 lakhs- Debit from
Vostro in FT and Other
Modules.
9
Withdrawal
transactions
Sum of withdrawal
transactions (debiting the
account)- Debit from
Vostro in FX
Sum of withdrawal
transactions (debiting the
account)- Debit from
Vostro in FX
-
Total Debits
Sum of 7,8,9
Sum of 7,8,9
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Vostro
Operati
on
Column
Bank
Private Exchange
House
-
Closing Balance
Credits- Debits
Credits- Debits
During extraction, any credit to the account is defaulted to purpose codes 4a or 4b and debit is
defaulted to purpose codes 8a or 8b.
4.12.6 Viewing R-Return Vostro Cover Page Data
You can view the extracted data for Vostro cover page using the ‘R-Return Extracted Data’
summary screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDSRRETV’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
You can query a record with the following details as the search criteria:

Vostro Operation

Transaction Reference Number

Settlement Date

Debit/Credit

Authorization Status

Record Status
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
Module
You can invoke the ‘R-R Vostro Extracted Data Details’ screen by clicking on a record in the ‘RReturn Extracted Data’ Details screen. The ‘R-Return Vostro Extracted Data Details’ screen
contains the details of the individual transactions for Vostro cover page.
In this screen you can edit the value of ‘Purpose Code’. The following fields are un-editable in this
screen:
 Currency
 Debit/Credit
 Transaction Amount
 Settlement date
 Transaction reference Number
 Custom number
 Account Number
 Vostro country Code
 Customer name
 Address
 Vostro Operation
 Module
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4.12.7 Maintaining Grouping Details for R-Return File Extraction
You can maintain grouping details for the r-return file extraction using the ‘Group Maintenance’
screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDDFTRMT’ in the field at the top right corner of
the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following:
Group Id
Specify the group id for R-Return data extraction.
Group Description
Specify a brief description of the group id maintained.
Interface Id
Specify the interface id for the file extraction.
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4.12.8 Maintaining Grouping Details for R-Return UI Data Extraction
You can maintain grouping details for R-Return User-Interface data extraction using the ‘Group
Trigger’ screen. You can invoke this screen by typing ‘MDDFTRTG’ in the field at the top right
corner of the Application tool bar and clicking on the adjoining arrow button.
Specify the following:
Group Id
Specify the group id for R-Return data extraction. Alternatively, you can select the group id from
the adjoining option list.
Processing Date
Specify the processing date or the period ending date. Alternatively, you can select the
processing date from the adjoining calendar button.
Branch Code
Specify the branch code for the URS file generation.
Date
Specify the date for the URS file generation.
Once you have specified the ‘Group Id’ and ‘Processing Date’, click the ‘OK’ button in this screen.
Once you click the ‘OK’ button, the data is extracted.
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System runs the data collection batch, which is an intra-day batch, in the transaction input stage.
This batch collects the data for the inflow and outflow FCY transactions posted on the current
date. The data required to generate the files is collected as part of this EOD batch.
th
When the intraday batch is run after 15 of the month to end of the month, the extraction will be
st
th
from 1 to 15 of the current month. When the intraday batch is run from 1 of the month to 15 of
month, the extraction will be from 16 to end of the previous month.
The data collected is for the transactions of BC, CL, TX and FT modules (inward and outward
remittances). The ‘Purpose Code’ for these transactions is defaulted up from the ‘R-Return
Maintenance’ screen or from the purpose codes you have selected.
The data extraction is branch-wise for the all files except URS6. In URS6, RBI predefines the
branches and the dates on which the fortnightly reports are required.
4.13 Priority Sector Advances (PSA) Reports
The PSA Report, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI on a half-yearly
basis.
The data with respect to the number of accounts and outstanding that occurred in the BC, CASA
and CL modules is maintained in the system. The priority sector-wise number of accounts and
amount disbursed, including for those of weaker sections, is extracted based on the UDFs
maintained in the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Bank’ as the search
criteria.
Following are the 2 parts of a PSA report:

Part I – displays the number of accounts, limits sanctioned, balance outstanding for
various priority sections, and the number of accounts and balance outstanding for the
weaker sections

Part II – displays the number of accounts, limits sanctioned and balance outstanding for
weaker sections like SC, ST, women and other categories under the ‘weaker sections’ on
the basis of amount of advance and net position reported in Part I of the PSA report
4.13.1 System Data Mapping for PSA Report – Part I
PSA report – Part 1 records the date based on the following classification:

Priority Sector – the priority sector UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’ is captured at the
transaction level

Weaker Sections – the weaker sections (scheduled castes, scheduled tribes) UDF is
captured at the customer level
The pre-requisites for data population in PSA reports – Part I, are as follows:

The account must be open and must have a balance greater than zero

All active loans are considered

All active import and export bills that are purchased/ discounted or advanced are
considered
System defaults the following details:

Name of the bank

Date of Return
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
Total Advances of the bank

Outstanding as on the ‘Date of Return’

Total Priority Sector Advances

Percentage of Priority Sector Advances to Total advances

Total Weaker Section Advances

Percentage of Weaker Section Advances to Priority Sector Advances
You have to specify the signature of the authorized officials in the system.
The following table gives the data that should be specified for PSA Reports – Part I:
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
No of Borrower
units
Number of accounts from the
modules Bills and Collections
(Advances), CASA (overdraft) and
CL modules
The field data is
captured for the Private
sectors as defined in the
following table.
Sanctioned amount of
loans
Limit Sanctioned
The credit limit. If no limit exists
then the disbursed amount is the
limit sanctioned. The account
status is active (not in liquidated,
closed , reversed or hold statuses)
Bill Amount
The field data is
captured for the Priority
sectors as defined in the
following table.
Disbursed amount is
purchased/discounted/ad
vanced amount.
Amount Advanced
The amount disbursed out of the
credit limit.
Disbursed Loan Amount
The field data is
captured for the Priority
sectors as defined in the
following table.
Balance
Outstanding
Outstanding balance in
local currency of the loan
contract
Outstanding amount of all the
current accounts
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Purchase/ advanced
amount.
Field
FCUBS Data
Conditions
The field data is
captured for the Priority
sectors as defined in the
following table.
The amount outstanding
post the due date in
Loans.
Amount Overdue
under Balance
outstanding
The amount outstanding post the
due date.
The amount outstanding
post the maturity date in
Bills.
The field data is
captured for the Priority
sectors as defined in the
following table.
4.13.2 System Data Mapping for PSA Report – Part I
PSA report – Part 1 records the date based on the following classification:

Scheduled Castes

Scheduled tribes

Women

Other categories using the ‘weaker sections’ on the basis of amount of advance

Net position to be reported in Part I of the PSA report
System identifies the above mentioned classification based on the following:

UDF ‘SECTOR’ at the customer level to identify Scheduled Casts and Scheduled Tribes

Gender of the Customer as ‘Female’ identifies Women category

UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’ at the transaction level to identify the Priority Sector
The pre-requisites for data population in PSA reports – Part II, are as follows:

The account must be open and must have a balance greater than zero

All active loans are considered

All active import and export bills that are purchased/ discounted or advanced are
considered
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The following table gives the data that should be specified for PSA Reports – Part II:
Field
FCUBS Data
No of Borrower units
Number of accounts
Limit Sanctioned
The credit limit. If no limit exists
then the disbursed amount is the
limit sanctioned. The account
status is active (not in liquidated,
closed , reversed or hold statuses)
Amount Advanced
Comments
The amount disbursed out of the
credit limit
Balance Outstanding
Outstanding amount of all the
current accounts
Amount Overdue under
Balance outstanding
The amount outstanding post the
due date.
The field data is
captured for the Priority
sectors as defined in the
following table.
4.14 ALM – Structural Liquidity
The Statement of Structural Liquidity, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to
RBI on a fortnightly basis. This report gives the residual maturity of the outflows/ inflows across
different time periods and their total for the entire time period.
The data with respect to outstanding amounts in CL, CASA, FX and TD modules are extracted
and maintained in the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Bank’ as the
search criteria.
The ALM report contains the following details:

Name of the bank

Statement as on the Date
You can adopt a granular approach for measurement of liquidity by having 10 time buckets as
follows:

Day 1

2 – 7 days

15 – 28 days

29 days up to 3 month

Over 3 months and up to 6 months

Over 6 months and up to 3 years

Over 3 years and up to 3 years

Over 5 years

Total
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4.14.1 System Data Mapping for ALM Reports
For both the inflows and outflows, the respective maturity buckets should be updated based on
the data obtained on the fortnight.
The following table gives the outflow details for all the active accounts that have balance:
S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
1.
Capital
The sum of balance outstanding of
Capital GLs like
Only the 5 year bucket
will be filled in the report.
(i) paid up capital GL and
(ii) Forfeited shares GL
are displayed
2.
Reserves & Surplus
It is the Sum of 1 and 2 :
Sum of LCY balance of the
reserves/surplus GLs
Net balance of the branch (Income
GL’s balance-Expense GL’s
balance) in the given date
3.
Reserve GLs must be
maintained as a data
element.
Only above 5 years time
bucket gets filled.
Deposits
-
Label
3.1 Current Deposit
It is the sum of 1 and 2:
The Current Deposit GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
1. Sum of Outstanding amount of
CASA Account – Current which has
a balance.
2. Sum of LCY balance of the
Current Deposit GL’s. The GLs are
:
Redemption GLs
Collection Account GL
Unclaimed Deposit GL
Credit Balance GL
Matured Deposit GL
In operative account GL
Gold Auction balance
3.2 Savings Bank
It is the sum of 1 and 2 :
Sum of Outstanding balance of
CASA account-Savings which has a
balance.
Sum of LCY balance of Savings GL
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In the Day 1, 2-7 days
and 8-14 days time
buckets, depending upon
the experience and
estimates of banks and
the core portion may be
placed in over 1- 3 years
bucket.
Account_Class_Data_Ele
ment and
Gl_Data_Element will be
provided to include and
exclude the Account
Classes and GL's
respectively.
The Savings Deposit GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
Inoperative account GL
must be maintained as a
S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
3.3 Term Deposits
FCUBS Data
Conditions
like ‘In operative account (SB)’gets
updated.
data element.
It is the sum of 1 and 2 :
Manual GL must be
maintained as data
element.
1. Sum of LCY Balance of TD
accounts (principal component).
2.Sum of LCY Balances of the
following Manual GLs gets updated.
4.
In the Day 1, 2-7 days
and 8-14 days time
buckets, depending upon
the experience and
estimates of banks and
the core portion may be
placed in over 1- 3 years
bucket.
Account_Class_Data_Ele
ment and
Gl_Data_Element will be
provided to include and
exclude the Account
Classes and GL's
respectively.
3.4 Certificate of
deposits
Sum of LCY balance of GL “COD”
gets updated.
COD GL must be
maintained as data
element.
Borrowings
-
Label
4.1 Call and Short
Notice
Sum of LCY balance of Call Money
Borrowing GL s and credit balance
of Nostro GLs
Data Element for GL's
and Data Elements to
provide Percentage for all
the buckets
4.2 Inter-Bank
(Term)
Sum of LCY balance.
From MM contract. Inter
Bank borrowings is
maintained as a product.
4.3 Refinances
-
REFINANCES_PRODUC
TS should be maintained
as a Data Element. From
MM contract.
4.4 Others (Specify)
Sum of LCY balance.
Based on the Other
Borrowing GL
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
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S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
5.
Other Liabilities &
Provisions
-
Label
5.1 Bills Payable
It is the sum of LCY balance of Bills
due amount from contract
5.2 Provisions
It is the sum of LCY balance
outstanding of the Provision GLs
Provision GLs must be
maintained as data
element. 5 year bucket.
5.4 Others.
Sum of LCY balance of Interest
Accrued GLs
Interest Accrued GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
Only above 5 years time
bucket gets filled.
(Items not representing
cash
payables (i.e. income
received in advance, etc.)
may be placed in over
5 years bucket.)
6.
7.
Lines of credit
Label
6.1 Institutions
Facility defined for Corporate
customers.
6.2 Customers
Facility defined for Individual
customers.
Based on the facility and
the maturity date. Term
Loans are maintained as
UDF.
Un availed portion of
Cash Credit /
Demand Loan
component of
Working Capital
For ODs, sanctioned amountamount disbursed.
Account status is not
closed, liquidated,
reversed or hold.
Cash Credit- un-utilized portion of
the Facility
The Classification is
based on the Customer
Type
Difference between
Sanctioned amount and
Outstanding balance
must be >0.
In all the buckets based
on the outstanding as on
the MIS date.
At the facility level, UDF
is maintained for Cash
Credit / Demand Loan
component of Working
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S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
FCUBS Data
Conditions
Capital. TYPE_OF
_ACCOUNT UDF
8.
Letters of
Credit/Guarantees
Sum of Liability Outstanding
Amount in LCs and guarantees.
In all the buckets based
on the outstanding as on
the MIS date.
9.
Repos
-
Repos GLs should be
maintained as a Data
Element.
10.
Bills
rediscounted(DUPN)
Sum of LCY balance of the Bill
overdue amount is considered.
11.
Swaps (Buy/Sell) /
Sum of LCY balance of FX
Contracts
maturing forwards
Only for Purchase/ Buy leg.
FX product Data Element
must be maintained as
data element
Selling FCY and Buying
LCY.
12
Interest Payable
Sum of Projected Interest for Open
TD
Interest Payable GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
13
Others (specify)
LCY Balance
Based on the Other GL
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
A
TOTAL OUTFLOWS
Sum of all the outflows.
B
CUMULATIVE
OUTFLOWS
-
Cell B1= A1
Cell B2= A1+A2
Cell B3= B2+A3
Cell B4= B3+A4
Cell B5= B4+A5
Cell B6= B5+A6
Cell B7= B6+A7
Cell B8= B7+A8
Cell B9= B8+A9
Cell B10= B9+A10
Total= B10
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The following table gives the outflow details for all the active accounts that have balance:
S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
System Data
Conditions
1.
Cash
Sum of LCY balance of the Cash
GLs gets updated:
Cash GL must be
maintained for data
element.
Cash on hand GL
Cash at ATM GL and
Foreign Currency Notes GL
2.
Balances with RBI
Sum of LCY balance of the Balance
with RBI GL gets updated.
Day 1 bucket.
Balance with RBI GL
must be maintained for
data element.
Day 1 bucket
3.
Balances with
other Banks
-
Label
3.1 Current
Account
Sum of LCY balance of the Balance
GLs gets updated
Balance GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
Non-withdrawal portion
on account of stipulations
of minimum balances
may be shown under
‘Over 1-3 years’ bucket
and the remaining
balances may be shown
under Day 1 bucket.
4.
3.2 Money at Call
and Short Notice,
Term Deposits and
other placements
and balances with
other banks
Sum of LCY balance of the Nostro
GLs gets updated
Investments(includ
ing those under
Repos but
excluding Reverse
Repos)
Sum of LCY balance of the
security, shares, bonds, debentures
and investment GLs gets updated.
Nostro GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
MM contract
Investment GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
Mutual Funds- 1 Day
bucket
5.
Advances
-
Label
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S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
System Data
Conditions
5.1 Bills
Purchased and
Discounted
(including bills
under DUPN)
It is the sum of:
Bills are Operation
Discount/Purchase.
Sum of Purchase amount- sum of
Liquidated amount in LCY for FCY
Bill= Balance outstanding Unlinked
FX Rate of the Bill
Purchased GL must be
maintained as data
element.
Sum of Purchase amount- sum of
Liquidated amount in LCY for other
bills in LCY
5.2 Cash Credits,
and Loans
repayable on
demand
It is the sum of 1 and 2:
Sum of Outstanding balance of
CASA//Loans whose account is
Open and not liquidated
Sum of LCY balance of Temporary
Overdraft GL, Advance GL AND
Other’s GL(Suit CASA GL)
The GLs must be
maintained as data
element. It contains
Advance GL
Others GL
‘Over 1-3 years’ bucket.
6.
5.3 Term Loans
Sum of Outstanding Amount of
Loans, where account is not
liquidated and
The Term Loan is
retrieved from the
NPAs (Advances
and Investments)
It is the sum of:
For the account balance
Asset Classification code
must not in (1,2,10,20)
LCY balance of Other’s GLs gets
updated. The Other GL’s can be
Suit
Protested Bills
Bad and Doubtful
The Other GLs must be
maintained as data
element. This has below
GL’s
Only 1 to 14 days time
bucket gets filled.
7.
Fixed Assets
Sum of LCY balance of the Asset
GL gets updated.
Asset GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
8.
Other Assets
-
Label
8.1 Leased Assets
Sum of LCY balance of the Asset
GL gets updated.
8.2 Others.
Sum of LCY balance of Interest
Accrued GLs
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Interest Accrued GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
System Data
Conditions
Only Above 5 years time
bucket gets filled.
9.
Reverse Repos
Sum of LCY balance of the Repo
GL gets updated.
Repo GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
Banks-Reverse REPO
RBI-Reverse REPO
10.
Swaps (Sell /Buy)/
maturing forwards
Sum of LCY balance of FX
Contracts
FX product Data Element
must be maintained as
data element
Only for Sell leg.
Buying FCY and Selling
LCY.
11.
Bills Rediscounted
(DUPN)
Sum of LCY balance of Bill
rediscounted GL gets updated.
Bills Rediscounted GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
12
Interest
Sum of LCY balance of Interest
Receivable GL
Interest Receivable GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
receivable
Interest Receivable on Investments
Interest receivable on Call Money
Interest receivable on IBD-INR
Interest receivable on IBD-Foreign
Dep
13
Committed Lines
of Credit
Sum of LCY balance of
CBLO(Collateralized Borrowing &
Lending) GL
CBLO GLs must be
maintained as data
element.
1 Day bucket
14
Export Refinance
from RBI.
-
Export Refinance GLs
must be maintained as
data element.
15
Others (specify)
Sum of LCY balance.
Based on the Other GL
maintenance in the Data
Element maintenance
C
TOTAL INFLOWS
Sum of all the inflows.
D
MISMATCH(C-A)
Total Inflows-Total Outflows
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S.
No
Name (Head of
Accounts)
System Data
Conditions
E
MISMATCH as %
Calculated from the A and D
%(D/A)
-
Cell F1= D1
to OUTFLOWS
(D as % to A)
F
CUMULATIVE
MISMATCH
Cell F2= D1+D2
Cell F3= F2+D3
Cell F4= F3+D4
Cell F5= F4+D5
Cell F6= F5+D6
Cell F7= F6+D7
Cell F8= F7+D8
Cell F9= F8+D9
Cell F10= F9+D10
Total= F10
G
CUMULATIVE
Derived Value
%(F/B)
MISMATCH
as a % to
CUMULATIVE
OUTFLOWS
( F as a % to B)
4.15 Export Billing Outstand (XOS) Reports
The XOS report, which is a branch-wise report, is forwarded by the authorized dealers to RBI on
a half-yearly basis at the end of June and December every year.
Following are the 3 parts of the XOS report:

Part I - Outstanding export bills other than those on deferred payment terms

Part II - Exports on deferred payment terms (including interest) that are outstanding
beyond due date

Part III - Summary of Part I and Part II
4.15.1 System Data Mapping XOS Reports – Part 1
The pre-requisites for data population in XOS Reports – Part I, are as follows:

Contract status should be active / crystallized

Export bills outstanding for more than 180 days from date of shipment and unrealized
bills from their due date should be reported.
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
The data elements used are ‘XOS_PRODUCTS’ and ‘XOS_REPORTING_PERIOD’
The following table contains the details for XOS Reports – Part I:
Field
FCUBS Field
Conditions
A.D Code
The AD Code number is a 14
digit number (e.g. 12345671234567).
This is maintained as a
Branch level UDF.
S. No
Serial number of the record
Sequence number
Bill No & Bill Date
Bill Reference number and the
value date of the Bill
In Contract Main
Name and Address of
the Exporter
The Drawer name and Address
In Parties Tab
IE Code Name and
Address of the Exporter
-
An I.E UDF at customer
level.
Date of Exports
Goods Shipment Date
In GR Form
Due date of realisation
Maturity Date
In Contract Main tab.
GR / PP / SOFTEX form
no.
GR Number
In GR Form
Port of Shipment
Shipment From
In GR Form
Shipping Bill No. & Date
Shipping Bill Number
In GR Form
Name & Address of
overseas buyer.
Name and address of the
Importer
In Contract Main tab
Commodity
Goods Description
In Document/ Shipment
Tab
Invoice Currency &
amount
Invoice currency and invoice
amount
In Invoice Form
Amount of Realization
currency and amount
Bill amount and Bill Currency
In Contract Main
Amount outstandingcurrency and amount
This is the outstanding amount
and the corresponding currency
In Contract Main
Outstanding Amount in
RS
The outstanding amount in
Rupee equivalent.
Rupee outstandingDisplay only the data in
Cash Export and Undrawn
balances.
The undrawn amount
captured in GR form will
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Field
FCUBS Field
Conditions
be displayed under the
Undrawn balance. And the
(GR amount- Undrawn
balance) will be the cash
export.
Remarks
Remark in GR Form.
The user can also enter
manually on the report.
4.16 Return 25- Export Credit Disbursements and Balance
Outstanding
The Return 25 report, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the authorized dealers to RBI
on a quarterly basis. This report contains details on the pre-shipment and post-shipment
disbursement and balance outstanding amounts.
The disbursement and outstanding details of all the active contracts in BC and CL modules are
maintained in the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS Date (maximum date)’ and
‘Bank Code’ as the search criteria.
The Return 25 report contains the following details:

Name of the AD Bank:

Statement showing total disbursals and balance outstanding as on the last reporting
Friday of the quarter for all exporters

Total number of gold cards issued till the end of the quarter
4.16.1 System Data Mapping for Return 25 – All Exports
The report is classified as follows:

Disbursement

Balance outstanding as on the last reporting Friday of the quarter
The following table contains the details for Return 25 reports:
Columns
Disbursement
Balance
Outstanding
Conditions
Pre-Shipment
Credit
-
-
Label
Rupee Credit
Disbursed amount in
case of Loans with
disbursement date
between maximum
and minimum date.
LCY balance
outstanding is the
Outstanding
balance of loan
Pre Rupee Credit Data
Element created with
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All Packing Credit
Rupee Advance Rupee
Loan Products
Columns
Disbursement
Balance
Outstanding
Conditions
All Loans with Packing
Credit Product set to
“Yes”
And in LCY
PCFC Data Element
created with
PCFC(Preshipment Credit in
Foreign Currency )
All Packing Credit
products in Foreign
Currency
All Loans with Packing
Credit Product set to
“Yes”
And in FCY
Post – Shipment
Credit
-
-
Label
Rupee Credit
Sum of :
Sum of:
Disbursed amount in
case of bills with
purchase/discount
date between
maximum and
minimum date.
LCY outstanding
balance of bill.
Post Rupee Credit
Data Element created
with Export Bill products
and Export Bill Rupee
Advance products that
are linked to a Loan
Product.
LCY balance
outstanding is the
Outstanding
balance of loan,
Disbursed amount in
case of Loans with
disbursement date
between maximum
and minimum date.
EBR(Rediscounting
of Export Bills
Abroad Scheme)
Disbursed amount in
case of bills with
purchase/discount
date between
maximum and
minimum date.
All Active Loans linked
to Bills and Bills have
LCY Advancing set to
“Yes”. And Loan in LCY
LCY balance
outstanding is
Outstanding
balance of loan
EBR Data Element
created with
Post-shipment Export
Bill Rediscounted
products(both Sight &
Usance) with operation
in Purchase and
Discount
All Active bills that have
Rediscount Date greater
than Bill Shipment Date
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Columns
Disbursement
Balance
Outstanding
Conditions
The amount of bills
discounted/rediscounted
under EBR Scheme on
‘without recourse’ basis
should be excluded from
the balance outstanding.
Deferred Payments
None
None
Deferred Data Element
created with
Deferred Products
Note * : Currently these
values are empty
Other Govt.
Payments
None
None
Other Product Data
Element created with
Other Products
Note * : Currently these
values are empty
4.16.2 System Data Mapping for Return 25 – Gold Card Holders
The UDF ‘GOLD_CARD_HOLDER’ is used to identify the gold card holders.
The following table contains the data of the gold card holders:
Columns
Disbursement
Balance Outstanding
Conditions
Disbursed amount
in case of Loans
with disbursement
date between
maximum and
minimum date.
LCY balance
outstanding is the
Outstanding balance
of loan
Pre Rupee Credit Data
Element created with
Pre-Shipment
Credit
Rupee Credit
All Packing Credit
Rupee Advance Rupee
Loan Products
All Loans with Packing
Credit Product set to
“Yes”
And in LCY
PCFC Data Element
PCFC(Pre4-70
Columns
Disbursement
Balance Outstanding
shipment Credit in
Foreign Currency )
Conditions
created with
All Packing Credit
products in Foreign
Currency
All Loans with Packing
Credit Product set to
“Yes”
And in FCY
Post – Shipment
Credit
Rupee Credit
Sum of :
Sum of:
Disbursed amount
in case of bills
with
purchase/discount
date between
maximum and
minimum date.
LCY outstanding
balance of bill.
LCY balance
outstanding is the
Outstanding balance
of loan,
Disbursed amount
in case of Loans
with disbursement
date between
maximum and
minimum date.
EBR(Rediscounting
of Export Bills
Abroad Scheme)
Disbursed amount
in case of bills
with
purchase/discount
date between
maximum and
minimum date.
Post Rupee Credit
Data Element created
with Export Bill products
and Export Bill Rupee
Advance products that
are linked to a Loan
Product.
All Active Loans linked
to Bills and Bills have
LCY Advancing set to
“Yes”. And Loan in LCY
LCY balance
outstanding is
Outstanding balance
of loan
EBR Data Element
created with
Post-shipment Export
Bill Rediscounted
products(both Sight &
Usance) with operation
in Purchase and
Discount
All Active bills that have
Rediscount Date greater
than Bill Shipment Date
The amount of bills
discounted/rediscounted
under EBR Scheme on
‘without recourse’ basis
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Columns
Disbursement
Balance Outstanding
Conditions
should be excluded from
the balance outstanding.
Deferred Payments
None
None
Deferred Data Element
created with
Deferred Products
Note * : Currently these
values are empty
Other Govt.
Payments
None
None
Other Product Data
Element created with
Other Products
Note * : Currently these
values are empty
4.17 SJSRY and SGSY Reports
The SJRY and SGSY (Monthly/quarterly progress reports and half yearly recovery statement)
reports, which are bank-wise reports, are forwarded by the banks to RBI.
4.17.1 Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY) Reports
The SJRY (monthly/quarterly progress reports and half yearly recovery statement) reports, which
is a bank-wise report, are forwarded by the banks to RBI.
All the data with respect to the number of disbursed/ advanced and the outstanding amount in the
CL module are extracted and maintained in the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS
Date’ and ‘Bank’ as the search criteria.
Following are the 2 parts of a SJSRY report:

Recovery- half-yearly (USEP and DWCUA)

Progress- Quarterly (USEP and DWCUA)
The UDFs for system data mapping for SJSRY Quarterly Report - USEP are ‘DISTRICT’,
‘SCHEME_TYPE’, ‘SECTOR’ and ‘PHYSICAL_CHALLENG’.
The UDFs for system data mapping for SJSRY Quarterly Report – DWCUA are ‘DISTRICT’,
‘SCHEME_TYPE’ and ‘TOTAL MEMBERS’.
The UDFs for system data mapping for SJSRY Quarterly Report – SJSRY Half-yearly Recovery
Report are are ‘DISTRICT’ and ‘SCHEME_TYPE’.
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4.17.1.1
System Data Mapping for SJSRY Quarterly Report- USEP
The Urban Self Employment Programme (USEP) is applicable for Under-employed and
unemployed urban youth whose annual family income is below the poverty line and who have got
education up to ninth standard shall be assisted with bank's loan and Government subsidy.
The pre-requisites for data population in USEP reports are as follows:

Account must be open and must have an outstanding balance

Account status is not closed, liquidated, reversed or on hold for loans

The UDF ‘SCHEME_TYPE’ has the value ‘Urban Self Employment Programme Others’
The following table contains the details on the data which needs to be captured on quarterly basis
for States and Union territories for USEP reports:
Columns
Description
Conditions
Name State/Union Territory
District UDF will be captured.
State will be derived from
the Data store.
Target
No values currently filled
No. of applications received
No values currently filled
Total Loans sanctioned
The no. of account sanctioned
and the sanctioned amount of
loans gets displayed.
If the Loan sanctioned limit of
loans is null the disbursed
amount of the loan is the
sanctioned amount of loan.
Total Loans disbursed
The no. of account disbursed
and the disbursed amount of
loans gets displayed.
Total subsidy disbursed
No values currently filled
Loans sanctioned to SC/ST
out of the total sanction
Same as total loans
sanctioned
Loans disbursed to SC/ST
out of the total
disbursement
Same as total loans disbursed
Loans sanctioned to
Women out of the total
sanction
Same as total loans
sanctioned
Loans disbursed to Women
out of the total
disbursement
Same as total loans disbursed
Loans sanctioned to
disabled out of the total
Same as total loans
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UDF “SECTOR” IN
(‘100000030’,‘100000029’)
Filtered using Gender
from customer details
UDF
Columns
Description
Conditions
sanction
sanctioned
“PHYSICAL_CHALLENG
Loans disbursed to
disabled out of the total
disbursement
Same as total loans disbursed
No. of applications pending
sanction
No values currently filled
No. of applications
Rejected
No values currently filled
4.17.1.2
yes
System Data Mapping for SJSRY Quarterly Report - DWCUA
The Development of Women and Children in Urban Areas (DWCUA) programme envisages
special incentive to urban poor women who decide to set up self-employment ventures in a
group.
The report contains the following data:

Name of the Bank

Report showing the cumulative position for the quarter ended under the DWCUA
component of SJSRY
The pre-requisites for data population in DWCUA reports are as follows:

Account must be open and must have an outstanding balance

Account status is not closed, liquidated, reversed or on hold for loans

The UDF ‘SCHEME_TYPE’ has the value ‘Development of Women and Children in
Urban Areas’
The following table contains the details on the data which needs to be captured on quarterly basis
for States and Union territories for DWCUA reports:
S. No
Columns
Description
1.
Name of the State/
Union Territory
District is maintained as UDF. State will be
derived from the Data store.
2.
No. of applications
Received
No values currently filled
3.
DWCUA sanctioned
Label
3.1
No. of groups
This is the number of accounts.
3.2
Total members
This is from the UDF TOTAL_MEMBERS.
3.3
Amount Sanctioned
The sanctioned amount of loans gets displayed
4.
DWCUA disbursed
Label
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S. No
Columns
Description
4.1
No. of groups
The no. of groups for which amount is disbursed
gets displayed
4.2
Total members
This is from the UDF TOTAL_MEMBERS.
4.3
Loan amount disbursed
The disbursed amount of loans gets displayed.
5.
DWCUA
Label
5.1
Subsidy amount
disbursed
No values currently filled
5.2
No. of applications
Pending
No values currently filled
5.3
No. of applications
Rejected
No values currently filled
4.17.1.3
System Data Mapping for SJSRY Half-yearly Recovery Report
The following table contains the recovery report details on the state-wise amount classification
based on the Demand, Recovery, over dues and percentage recovered for both USEP and
DWCUA:
S. No
Columns
Description
State
District is maintained as UDF. State will be
derived from the Data store.
1a
Demand
The Principal due from the customers under
the USEP category
2a
Recovery
The amount recovered under the USEP
category.
(Limit sanctioned- Outstanding)
3a
Overdue
The amount outstanding post the due date in
Loans under USEP category.
4a
%(Recovery/Demand)
Derived value of 1a and 2a
1b
Demand
The Principal due from the customers under
the DWCUA category
2b
Recovery
The amount recovered under the DWCUA
category.
(Limit sanctioned- Outstanding)
3b
Overdue
The amount outstanding post the due date
in Loans under DWCUA category.
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S. No
Columns
Description
4b
%(Recovery/Demand)
Derived value of 1b and 2b
4.17.2 Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) Reports
The SJRY (monthly/quarterly progress reports and half yearly recovery statement) reports, which
is a bank-wise report, are forwarded by the banks to RBI.
All the data with respect to the number of disbursed/ advanced and the outstanding amount in the
CL module are extracted and maintained in the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS
Date’ and ‘Bank’ as the search criteria.
Following are the 3 parts of a SGSY report:

Cumulative Position- Monthly/ Quarterly

Cumulative Progress- Monthly/ Quarterly

Recovery- half-yearly
The UDFs used for system data mapping for SGSY – Cumulative Position reports are
‘DISTRICT’, ‘SCHEME_TYPE’ and ‘SECTOR’.
The UDFs used for system data mapping for SGSY – Cumulative Progress reports are
‘DISTRICT’, ‘SCHEME_TYPE’ and ‘SELF HELP GROUP’.
The UDFs used for system data mapping for SGSY – Recovery Statement reports are
‘DISTRICT’, ‘SCHEME_TYPE’, ‘SECTOR’, ‘PHYSICAL_CHALLENG’ and ‘SELF HELP GROUP’.
4.17.2.1
System Data Mapping for SGSY – Cumulative Position
The SGSY – Cumulative Position report, which has to be submitted on a monthly / quarterly
basis, contains the details of the loans sanctioned and loans disbursed during the month
Individuals and Self Help Groups (SGH). The report also lists the applications pending and
rejected for the month.
The report contains the following data:

Name of the bank

Report showing the cumulative position for the month ended

Details on the all the loans to the SGSY scheme
The following table contains the details for SGSY – Cumulative Position reports:
S. No
Columns
Description
1
Name of State/ Union territory
District is maintained as UDF. State
will be derived from the Data store.
2
Annual financial target
No values currently filled
3
Applications received up to the
previous month
No values currently filled
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S. No
Columns
Description
4
Applications Received during the
month
No values currently filled
5
Total applications received from April
up to the current month
No values currently filled
6
Applications /loans sanctioned from
April (current year) up to the month
The no. of account sanctioned and
the sanctioned amount of loans
whose sanctioned date is between
st
1 April of the current year and the
current day.
The Number of accounts and the
disbursed amount is classified into
2 groups
Individuals
SHGs
7
Applications /loans disbursed from
April (current year) up to the month
The no. of account disbursed and
the disbursed amount of loans
whose disbursed date is between
st
1 April of the current year and the
current day.
The Number of accounts and the
disbursed amount is classified into
2 groups
Individuals
SHGs
8
No. of Applications returned/rejected
No values currently filled
9
No. of Applications pending for
decision
No values currently filled
10
No. of Applications sanctioned but not
disbursed
No values currently filled
4.17.2.2
System Data Mapping for SGSY – Cumulative Progress
The SGSY – Cumulative Progress report, which should be submitted on a monthly/ quarterly
basis, contains the details of the total loans disbursed to SGHs and the individual applicants for a
bank and branch.
The pre-requisites for data population in SGSY – Cumulative Progress reports are as follows:

The customers should be of type General/ SC/ ST

Details of SGH/ Individuals should be available

The customer accounts should be open with balance greater than zero
The report contains the following data:
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
Name of the bank

Report showing the cumulative progress for the month ended

Details on the all the loans to the SGSY scheme
The following table contains the details for SGSY – Cumulative Progress reports:
S.
No.
Columns
Description
Conditions
1.
Name of the
State/UT
District is maintained as
UDF.
State will be derived from the
Data store.
2.
Annual Financial
target
No values currently filled
3.
Total loans
disbursed to
SHGs
None
3.1.
No. of SHGs
No. of group for which bank
credit is provided is
displayed
3.2
No. of members
None
3.3
Bank Credit
Disbursed amount of the
loans/bills is displayed
3.4
Subsidy
No values currently filled
3.5
Total
No values currently filled
4.
Total loans
disbursed to
individuals
None
4.1
No. of
Individuals
No. of individuals
4.3
Bank Credit
Disbursed amount of the
loans is displayed
4.4
Subsidy
No values currently filled
4.5
Total
No values currently filled
5.
Physical
Coverage
None
5.1
Outstanding
The Amount Outstanding is
the Outstanding balance of
loan account.
5.2
Overdues
Difference between Demand
amount and Recovery
UDF SHG GROUP is Yes
UDF SHG GROUP is No with
customer as Individual
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S.
No.
Columns
Description
Conditions
amount
5.3
SC/ST no.
Displays the no. of SC/ST
applicants
UDF “SECTOR IN
(‘100000030’,‘100000029’)
5.4
Women No.
Displays the no. of women
applicants
Filtered using Gender from
customer details
5.5
Disabled No.
Displays the no. of disabled
applicants
UDF “PHYSICAL_CHALLENG
yes
4.17.2.3
System Data Mapping for SGSY – Recovery Statement
The SGSY – Recovery Statement reports, which are submitted half-yearly, contains details of
zone-wise demand, recovery, overdue, percentage of recovery and the total for general and SC/
ST applicants.
The only pre-requisite for data population in SGSY – Recovery Statement reports is that the
customer accounts should be open with balance greater than zero. The only data present in the
report is the name of the bank.
The recovery details are classified as Individual or Group using the UDF ‘GROUP’.
The following table contains the details for SGSY – Recovery Statement reports:
S.
No.
Columns
Description
Conditions
1.
Name of
Zone
District is maintained as UDF.
State will be
derived from the
Data store.
2.
Recovery- General
2.1
Demand
This is the Principal due from
the customers under the
General category.
2.2
Recovery
Recovery amount of the loans
is displayed.
2.3
Overdues
The amount outstanding post
the due date in Loans
2.4
%
(Recovery amount /Demand
amount )*100
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4.18 Advances and Differential Rates of Interest (DRI) to SC/
ST
The Advances to SC/ ST statement, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to
RBI within two months from the end of the relevant half-year/ year.
The data from the CL, CASA and BC modules is extracted and maintained in the system. You
can generate the report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Bank’ as the search criteria.
Following are the 3 parts of the Advances to SC/ ST report:

Statement showing Advances granted to Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes

Statement to be submitted by the public sector banks

Advances under Differential Rate of Interest Scheme
The pre-requisites for data population in the Advances to SC/ ST reports are as follows:

For ST applicants, the UDF ‘SECTOR’ has the value IN (‘100000030’), and for SC
applicants , the UDF ‘SECTOR’ has the value IN (‘100000029’)

The account should not be closed and must have a balance

The LC accounts should not be considered
4.18.1 System Data Mapping for Advances to SC/ ST
The number of accounts and the outstanding is displayed for the Priority Sectors
4.18.2 System Data Mapping for Statement by Public Sectors
The Statement by Public Sectors is applicable only for public sector banks, where the loans are
disbursed to the SGHs under the National Scheduled Tribes Finance Development Corporation
(NSTFDC) Micro-credit Scheme.
The pre-requisites for data population in the statement by Public Sectors are as follows:
The UDF ‘SCHEME_TYPE’ has the value ‘NSTFDC’
The UDF ‘ORGSUBTYPE’ will have the value from 11 to 16
The UDF ‘SECTOR’ has the value 100000030
The following table contains the details for Statement by Public Sectors:
S. No.
Column
Conditions
1
Loans disbursed to SHGs belonging to
STs under the National Scheduled
Tribes Finance Development
Corporation (NSTFDC) Micro-credit
Scheme
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The Number of accounts and the
outstanding amount disbursed for STs
under the conditions
SCHEME_TYPE UDF= NSTFDC
ORGSUBTYPE value 11 to 16
Is displayed.
4.18.3 System Data Mapping for DRI for SC/ ST
The UDF ‘SCHEME_TYPE’ contains the value DRI.
The following table contains the details for DRI for SC/ ST:
S. No.
Differential Interest Rates
Conditions
Advances directly granted
UDF ‘SECTOR 100000030
100000029
Routed through
None
Regional Rural Banks
UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
65103
State sponsored Corporations
of Scheduled Castes/
Scheduled Tribes
UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
65904, 65905
Co-operatives/LAMPS
identified in specific tribal areas
by Government
UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
65902
1.
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
4.19 Advances to Minority Community
The Advances to Minority Community, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to
RBI on a half-yearly basis.
The data from CL, CASA and BC modules is extracted and maintained in the system. . You can
generate the report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Bank’ as the search criteria.
The 2 reports under Advances to Minorities are Report 1 and Report 2.
Following are the 2 parts of Report 1 of Advances to Minorities:

Part A: Priority Sector Advances granted to Minority Community for Identified Districts

Part B: Priority Sector Advances granted to Minority Community for all Districts in the
Country, i.e., State wise
Report 2 of Advances to Minorities consists of the Priority Sector Advances granted to Minority
Community.
The pre-requisites for data population in the Advances to Minority Community reports are as
follows:

The account must be open and must have a balance greater than zero. The account
should be active, i.e., all active loans are considered. Active bills (both Import/Export) that
are Purchased/ Discounted/ Advanced are considered.

The priority sectors should be taken from the PSA report
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4.19.1 System Data Mapping for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part
A
System identifies the above Advances to Minority Communities classification based on the
following:

UDF ‘MINORITY’ at the customer level to identity Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs,
Zoroastrian

UDF ‘DISTRICT’ at the branch level to identify the district of the minority community

UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’ at the transaction level to identify the Priority Sector
The report contains the following data:

Bank Name

Bank Code
The following table contains the details for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part A:
Report Item
Christians
Muslims
No of
Accounts
Total
outstanding
Number of
accounts
The
outstanding
amount
Conditions
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='1'
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='2'
Buddhists
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='3'
Sikhs
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='4'
Zoroastrian
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='5'
Total 'A'
Summation of UDF
‘MINORITY’ ='1' to ‘5’
Others 'B'
All Advances not
belonging Minority
Community for the District
Total P/S
Advances in
Sum of “A” and “B”
Identified
Districts 'C'
4.19.2 System Data Mapping for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part
B
System identifies the above Advances to Minority Communities classification based on the
following:

UDF ‘MINORITY’ at the customer level to identity Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs,
Zoroastrian

UDF ‘DISTRICT’ at the branch level to identify the district of the minority community
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
UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’ at the transaction level to identify the Priority Sector
The following table contains the details for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part A:
Report Item
Christians
No of
Accounts
Total
outstanding
Number of
accounts
The
outstanding
amount
Muslims
Conditions
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='1'
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='2'
Buddhists
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='3'
Sikhs
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='4'
Zoroastrian
UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='5'
Total 'A'
Summation of UDF ‘MINORITY’ ='1'
to ‘5’
Others 'B'
All Advances not belonging Minority
Community for the State
Total P/S
Advances in
Sum of “A” and “B”
Identified
Districts 'C'
4.19.3 System Data Mapping for Advances to Minority Communities- Report 2
System identifies the above Advances to Minority Communities classification based on the
following:

UDF ‘MINORITY’ at the customer level to identity Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs,
Zoroastrian

UDF ‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’ at the transaction level to identify the Priority Sector
The report contains the following data:

Name of the Urban Co-operative Bank

Statement for the half year as on 31 March or 30 September
st
th
The following table contains the details for Advances to Minority Communities- Report1- Part A:
Report Item
Description
Conditions
Amount outstanding as
at the end of previous
half year ending
Mar/Sep.
The no. of accounts with a
outstanding balance for Bills
and Loan in the previous half
year
If Report Run Date is
March 2010:
Period : 1 April 2009 30th Sep 2009
If Report Run Date is
Sep 2010:
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Report Item
Description
Conditions
Period :
1st Oct 2009 and 30th
Mar 2010
Amount outstanding at
the end of half year
under report
Same as for previous half
year except it shows for
different periods
If Report Run Date is
March 2010:
Period : 1st Oct 2009
and 30th Mar 2010
If Report Run Date is
Sep 2010:
Period :
1 April 2009 and 30th
Sep 2010
Fresh loans disbursed
No. of Borrowers: The no. of
accounts and which are
sanctioned and disbursed in
the specified period is
displayed in this field.
Amount Sanctioned: The
Sanctioned amount of Loans
whose sanctioned date is in
the period specified.
Amount Sanctioned: The
Sanctioned amount of Bills
whose
Purchase/Advance/Discount
Value Date is in the period
specified.
If Report Run Date is
March 2010:
Period : 1st Oct 2009
and 30th Mar 2010
If Report Run Date is
Sep 2010:
Period :
1 April 2009 and 30th
Sep 2010
Note – same period as
above
Amount Disbursed: The
amount disbursed from
Loans/Bills whose
disbursement date is in the
period specified.
4.20 Form VIII – Return 11 – Unclaimed Deposits
The Form VIII statement, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI on an
annual basis.
The deposit details in the TD and CASA modules are maintained in the system. You can
generate the report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘Branch’ as the search criteria.
4.20.1 System Data Mapping for Form VIII – Return 11
Form VIII – Return 11 contains the following data:

Name of the banking company
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
Name and designation of the officer submitting the return

Date

Signature
The following table contains details for current accounts, saving accounts, fixed deposits
(Including Cash certificates, recurring deposits, etc.) and the totals:
Particulars
No of Accounts
Outstanding
Balance
Description
Balance brought
forward from the
previous return
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
Current Accounts
Savings Accounts
Fixed Deposits
(Including Cash
certificates, recurring
deposits, etc.)
The previous year
accounts reflected in
the previous Form VIII
report which remains
open as on the current
MIS date.
Accounts, if any,
inadvertently
omitted in the
previous returns
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
Current Accounts
Savings Accounts
Fixed Deposits
(Including Cash
certificates, recurring
deposits, etc.)
The previous year
accounts not reflected
in the previous Form
VIII report which
remains open as on the
current MIS date.
Additions during
current year(MIS
date)
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
Current Accounts
Savings Accounts
Fixed Deposits
(Including Cash
certificates, recurring
deposits, etc.)
The current year
accounts which remains
open as on the current
MIS date.
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Particulars
No of Accounts
Outstanding
Balance
Account which
have become
operative or were
closed during the yr
of MIS date
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
Description
Current Accounts
Savings Accounts
Fixed Deposits
(Including Cash
certificates, recurring
deposits, etc.)
The accounts that had
been in-operative in the
Previous year and
Reopened/closed in
Current year
Total balance as at
MIS date
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
Sum of the following:
Balance brought
forward from the
previous return
Additions during
current year(MIS date)
.
Add - Interest
credited to the
accounts during the
year:
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
If Sum of Savings
account and deposits
balance for the current
year is greater than
Sum of previous year’s
savings account
balance, then
Interest =(Sum of
Savings account
balance for the current
year)-(Sum of previous
year’s savings account
balance)
Else Interest is Null
This is considered only
for unclaimed.
Less - Incidental
charges levied to
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
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If Sum of previous
year’s
Particulars
No of Accounts
Outstanding
Balance
the accounts during
the year
Description
savings account and
deposits balance is
greater than Sum of
Savings account
balance for the current
year, then
Charge =(Sum of
previous year’s savings
account balance)- (Sum
of Savings account
balance for the current
year)
Else Charge is Null
This is considered only
for unclaimed.
Total
Number of accounts
is displayed
The outstanding
amount is displayed.
(Total balance as at
MIS date + Add
Interest credited to the
accounts during the
year)- (Less Incidental
charges levied to the
accounts during the
year)
4.21 Balance Held Abroad (BAL) Statements
The BAL statement, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the authorized dealers to RBI on
a fortnightly basis.
The data from CASA, CL, MM and CORE modules are maintained in the system. You can
generate the report using ‘MIS Date’ and ‘bank code’ as the search criteria.
The following details are displayed in the report:

Name and address of Authorized Dealer

A.D.Code No.
4.21.1 System Data Mapping for BAL
The pre-requisites for data population in BAL reports are as follows:

The country should not be India and the currency should not be ‘INR’

The report should take the NOSTRO accounts
The following table gives the system data mapping for BAL reports:
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Sl.
No
Columns
FCUBS data
Conditions
Country
Country code of the below
Foreign Currency is
displayed.
Currency
All Foreign Currencies are
displayed.
Foreign currency
balances in
-
Label
Current account
The Sum of Closing book
balance of external accounts
in the foreign currency is
displayed
Closing balance date< MIS
date
1
Credit
Above Current Account Sum
is displayed in credit if it is
positive
2
Debit
Above Current Account Sum
is displayed in debit if it is
negative
3
Fixed Deposit
The Outstanding balance of
all TDs in FCY.
4
Treasury Bills
Not filled
5
Securities
Not filled
6
Loans
The sum of Outstanding
balance of MM and
Outstanding balance of
Loans in the currency of the
country is displayed.
7
Total
Displays the sum of
balances of all the accounts
currency wise.
Balances held by
overseas
branches and
correspondents in
non-resident
rupee A/Cs with
A.D. in Indian
Rupees
-
8
Credit
Not Filled
9
Debit
Not Filled
Account status must be ‘Active’
or ‘Hold’
Label
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4.22 Special Return1- Disbursal of Credit to Agriculture
The Special Return 1 statement, which is a branch-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI
on a yearly basis.
The data from CL and BC modules are extracted and maintained in the system. You can
generate the report using ‘MIS date’ and the ‘branch’ as the search criteria. The report displays
the disbursements in a year and the amount outstanding for each type of loan across different
Land Holdings, Category and Loan Type (short-term or long term).
For Special Return 1 reports, the account status for bills/ loans accounts should not be closed,
liquidated, reversed or on hold.
The 2 parts of Return 1 reports are as follows:

Part 1 – this part displays the number of accounts, disbursed amount and the balance
outstanding for both short and long term loans for various land holdings, as give below:





Up to 2.5 acres
2.5 to 5 acres
Above 5 acres
Total
Part 2 – this part contains the total direct finance to agriculture and allied activities,
disbursements during the year and the balance outstanding
The land ranges are maintained as data elements in the system.
The minimum and maximum date for the MIS Date is obtained as follows:
Minimum
Date
st
For MIS month in JAN-MAR the 1 April of previous year is taken as min
date.
st
1 April of current year is taken as the min date for others.
Maximum
Date
MIS date
4.22.1 System Data Mapping for Special Return 1 – Section 1
The Special Return 1 – Section 1 report contains the following details:

Short term loans

Term loans

The crop loan dues in the notified affected areas converted into term loans. In case of
over dues, the overdue amount is considered as a new loan and the existing loan is
closed. This is maintained in the system using the UDF ‘CROPTTOTERM’.
The UDF ‘LAND HOLDINGS’ is maintained in the system, where in you can specify the acres and
the mappings using the data element maintenance.
The following table gives the details for Special Return 1 – Section 1 reports:
Columns
Description
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Columns
Description
Name of the Bank
AD Bank Name
Name of the State/ Union territory
District is maintained as UDF.
Up to 2.5 acres
-
Disbursements during the year
The number of accounts and the amount disbursed during
the year for area up to 2.5 acres is displayed.
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts which have a balance
st
outstanding as on 31 March and the outstanding for
those accounts provided the area is up to 2.5 acres is
displayed.
>2.5 acres and up to 5 acres
-
Disbursements during the year
The number of accounts and the amount disbursed during
the year for area of >2.5 acres to 5 acres is displayed.
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts which have a balance
st
outstanding as on 31 March and the outstanding for
those accounts provided the area of >2.5 acres to 5 acres
is displayed.
above 5 acres
-
Disbursements during the year
The number of accounts and the amount disbursed during
the year for area of greater than 5 acres is displayed.
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts which have a balance
st
outstanding as on 31 March and the outstanding for
those accounts provided the area greater than 5 acres is
displayed.
Total of agricultural activities
-
Disbursements during the year
The total number of accounts (and the amount disbursed
during the year is displayed.
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts which have a balance
st
outstanding as on 31 March and the outstanding for
those accounts is displayed.
4.22.2 System Data Mapping for Special Return 1 – Section 2
The Special Return 1 – Section 2 report has the following sections:

Allied activities

Total direct finance to Agriculture & Allied Activities(A+B+C)
The following table gives the details for Special Return 1 – Section 2 reports:
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Category
No of accounts
Amount
Dairying
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Poultry, Piggery keeping
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Others
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Total
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Dairying
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Poultry, Piggery keeping
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Others
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
Total
Number of accounts
The outstanding balance
‘C’ Allied activities
Fisheries
Fisheries
The report displays number of accounts, disbursed amount and the balance outstanding under ‘E’
term loans classified according to purpose. They are:

Minor irrigation

Reclamation development

Tractors implements

Plantations

Other term loans
Total = Minor irrigation + Reclamation development + Tractors implements + Plantations + Other
term loans
The total for the number of accounts and the amount of the various purposes is displayed in the
‘Total’ field of the report.
The following table gives the details of number of accounts, disbursed amount and the balance
outstanding under 'E' Term loans:
Columns
Description
Conditions
The number of accounts and
Account must be open and
‘E’ Term loans classified
according to purpose:
Disbursement During the
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Columns
Description
Conditions
Year
amount is displayed.
must have a balance
Balance Outstanding
The number accounts and
amount is displayed.
The number of accounts and
amount is displayed for
Disbursed and balance
outstanding in the year
4.23 Special Return III- Disbursal of Advances to Priority
Sectors
The Special Return III statement, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by authorized dealers
to RBI annually, on the last reporting Friday of June.
The data with respect to the number of accounts and disbursals that occurred in BC, CASA and
CL modules are maintained in the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS date’ and the
‘bank code’ as the search criteria.
4.23.1 System Data Mapping for Special Return III
The following table gives the system data mapping for Special Return III reports:
Columns
Description
Conditions
State/ Union
Territory
District is maintained as UDF.
State will be derived from the
Data store.
State Code
-
As defined by RBI
No of Accounts
Total number of accounts to Priority
sectors
Amount
The total amount disbursed to Priority
sectors
SC/ST- No of
accounts
The number of accounts allotted to
SC/ST out of the Priority sectors
UDF SECTOR 100000029SC; 100000030-ST
SC/ST- Amount
The total amount disbursed to SC/ST
out of the Priority Sectors
UDF SECTOR 100000029SC; 100000030-ST
4.24 DRT Statements (Suit Filed and Decreed)
The DRT Statement, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI both quarterly
and annually.
The data from the CL module is extracted and maintained in the system. You can generate the
report using ‘MIS date’ and the ‘branch’ as the search criteria. Here, the suit filed, decreed
accounts, individual and aggregated data are displayed.
The only pre-requisite for data population in DRT statements is that the aggregated outstanding
should be greater than INR 1 crore.
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SUIT_FILED is a UDF maintained at the customer level.
4.24.1 System Data Mapping for Suit Filed and Decreed
The data for individual accounts as well as the aggregate for each customer is displayed here.
The following table gives the system data mapping for DRT Statements:
Columns
Description
Borrower’s name and Address
Customer Number, Name, Customer
Account Number and Address of the
Customer of the account.
Name of
Directors/Partners/Proprietor
Director Name from Customer Corporate
Details
Balance Outstanding
Sum of Outstanding balance of Loans (in
crores)
Asset Classification
Asset Classification data element is to be
defined
Date of Classification
Date of the latest status change of the
account.
Branch Details
Name of the branch is displayed
4.25 PMRY Reports
The PMRY report (monthly/ quarterly progress reports and half yearly recovery statement), which
is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to RBI.
The disbursement details of all the active contracts in the CL module are maintained in the
system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS date (maximum date)’ and the ‘Bank Code’ as
the search criteria.
Following are the 3 parts of a PMRY report:

Monthly Progress Report

Quarterly Progress Report

Half yearly Recovery Report
The UDFs used for system data mapping for PRMY reports – monthly progress are
‘SCHEME_TYPE’ and ‘SECTOR’.
The UDFs used for system data mapping for PRMY reports – quarterly progress are ‘DISTRICT’,
‘SCHEME_TYPE’ and ‘PHYSICAL_CHALLENG’.
The UDFs used for system data mapping for PRMY reports – half-yearly recovery are ‘DISTRICT’
and ‘SCHEME_TYPE’.
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4.25.1 System Data Mapping for PMRY Reports – Monthly Progress
The pre-requisites for data population in monthly progress PMRY reports are as follows:

The account must be open and must have a balance greater than zero

The account should be active, i.e., all active loans are considered
The following table gives the system data mapping for PMRY reports – monthly progress:
Columns
Description
No. of Cases
Received from
Task Force during
the Month
None
Industry
-
Service
-
Business
-
Conditions
This is the purpose of the loan/
advance. This is captured using
SCHEME_TYPE UDF
Industry- PMRYI
Service- PMRYS
Business- PMRYB
Total
Summation of Industry, Service and
Business
Women
The number of accounts and
sanctioned amount for women out of
the total sanctioned amount.
This is from the Gender.
SC
The number of accounts and
sanctioned amount for SC out of the
total sanctioned amount.
UDF SECTOR value 100000029
ST
The number of accounts and
sanctioned amount for ST out of the
total sanctioned amount.
UDF SECTOR value 100000030
OBC
The number of accounts and
sanctioned amount for OBC out of
the total sanctioned amount.
UDF SECTOR value
100000039-OBC
Disbursed
Total amount disbursed by the Bank
towards PMRY scheme.
by bank
during the
Month
No. of
None
Applications
Rejected/Sent of
reexamination
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Columns
Description
Conditions
to the
Implementing
Agency
Most
None
Predominant
Reasons for
Rejection of
Applications
by Banks
4.25.2 System Data Mapping for PMRY Reports – Quarterly Progress
The pre-requisites for data population in monthly progress PMRY reports are as follows:

The account must be open and must have a balance greater than zero

The account should be active, i.e., all active loans are considered
The following table gives the system data mapping for PMRY reports – quarterly progress:
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
1
Name of the State/
Union territory
District is maintained as UDF.
State will be derived
from the Data store.
2
Target
None
3
No of applications
received
None
Total loans sanctioned
4
No of accounts
The total number of loan
accounts sanctioned
5
Amount
The total loan amount sanctioned
Total loans disbursed
6
No of accounts
The total number of loan
accounts disbursed
7
Amount
The total disbursed amount.
8
% of (6/4)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
SC out of total
sanction
UDF SECTOR value
100000029
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S. No
Columns
Description
9
No of accounts
The number of accounts
sanctioned to SC out of the total
sanctioned.
10
Amount
The amount sanctioned to SC out
of the total amount sanctioned.
11
% of (9/4)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
SC out of total
disbursed
Conditions
UDF SECTOR value
100000029
12
No of accounts
The number of accounts
disbursed to SC out of the total
disbursed.
13
Amount
The amount disbursed to SC out
of the total amount disbursed.
14
% of (12/6)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
ST out of total
sanction
UDF SECTOR value
100000030
15
No of accounts
The number of accounts
sanctioned to ST out of the total
sanctioned.
16
Amount
The amount sanctioned to ST out
of the total amount sanctioned.
17
% of (15/4)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
ST out of total
disbursed
UDF SECTOR value
100000030
18
No of accounts
The number of accounts
disbursed to ST out of the total
disbursed.
19
Amount
The amount disbursed to ST out
of the total amount disbursed.
20
% of (18/6)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
OBC out of total
sanction
UDF SECTOR value
100000039-OBC
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S. No
Columns
Description
21
No of accounts
The number of accounts
sanctioned to OBC out of the
total sanctioned.
22
Amount
The amount sanctioned to OBC
out of the total amount
sanctioned.
23
% of (21/4)
Derived value.
Conditions
Loans sanctioned to
OBC out of total
disbursed
24
No of accounts
The number of accounts
disbursed to OBC out of the total
disbursed.
25
Amount
The amount disbursed to OBC
out of the total amount disbursed.
26
% of (24/6)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
women out of total
sanction
The Gender field is
used.
27
No of accounts
The number of accounts
sanctioned to women out of the
total sanctioned.
28
Amount
The amount sanctioned to
women out of the total amount
sanctioned.
29
% of (27/4)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
women out of total
disbursed
The Gender field is
used.
30
No of accounts
The number of accounts
disbursed to women out of the
total disbursed.
31
Amount
The amount disbursed to women
out of the total amount disbursed.
32
% of (30/6)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
Physically
handicapped out of
UDF
PHYSICAL_CHALLENG
4-97
S. No
Columns
Description
Conditions
total sanction
yes
33
No of accounts
The number of accounts
sanctioned to Physical
handicapped out of the total
sanctioned.
34
Amount
The amount sanctioned to
Physical handicapped out of the
total amount sanctioned.
35
% of (33/4)
Derived value.
Loans sanctioned to
physically
handicapped out of
total disbursed
36
No of accounts
The number of accounts
disbursed to Physical
handicapped out of the total
disbursed.
37
Amount
The amount disbursed to
Physical handicapped out of the
total amount disbursed.
38
% of (36/6)
Derived value.
4.25.3 System Data Mapping for PMRY Reports – Half-yearly Recovery
The following table gives the system data mapping for PMRY reports – quarterly progress:
Columns
Description
Conditions
State
District is maintained as UDF.
State will be derived from
the Data store.
Demand
This is the Principal due from the
customers.
Recovery
Recovery amount of the loans is
displayed.
Overdue
The amount outstanding post the due
date in Loans
Recovery%
(Recovery amount /Demand amount
)*100
4-98
4.26 Statement of Advances to Agriculture
Statement of advances to agriculture, which is a bank-wise report, is forwarded by the banks to
RBI on an annual basis.
The disbursement details of all the active contracts in the CL and BC modules are maintained in
the system. You can generate the report using ‘MIS date (maximum date)’ and the ‘Bank Code’
as the search criteria.
This report is only for short-term loans and is determined by the loan tenure, which should be
less than one year.
Following are the 2 parts of Advances to Agriculture report:

Part A- Loans & Advances to Agriculture and Allied Activities (Direct Finance)

Part B- Recovery of Agricultural Advances (Direct Finance) as on 31st March of every
year
The UDFs used for system data mapping for Advances to Agriculture- Part A are ‘DISTRICT’ and
‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’.
The UDFs used for system data mapping for Advances to Agriculture- Part B are ‘DISTRICT’,
‘ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION’ and ‘LAND HOLDINGS’.
4.26.1 System Data Mapping for Advances to Agriculture – Part A
The pre-requisites for data population in Advances to Agriculture – Part A are as follows:

The accounts must be open and must have a balance greater than zero. The accounts
should be active, i.e., all active loans are considered.

The data should be populated state-wise, which is derived from the data store, using the
UDF ‘DISTRICT’.

The UDF ‘LAND HOLDINGS’ is maintained where you can specify the acres and the
mapping using the data element maintenance. Also, the holding ranges are maintained
as data elements in the system.
The following table gives the system data mapping for Advances to Agriculture – Part A:
Columns
Description
Condition
Name of the Bank
AD Bank Name
Name of the State/ Union
territory
District is maintained as
UDF.
State will be derived from the
Data store.
Up to 2.5 acres
-
Label
Disbursements during the
year
The number of accounts
and the amount disbursed
during the year for area up
to 2.5 acres is displayed.
UDF
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
values 01121- 01129;0110101121
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts
which have a balance
UDF
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
4-99
Columns
Description
Condition
st
outstanding as on 31
March and the outstanding
for those accounts provided
the area is up to 2.5 acres
is displayed.
values 01121- 01129;0110101121
>2.5 acres and up to 5 acres
-
Label
Disbursements during the
year
The number of accounts
and the amount disbursed
during the year for area of
>2.5 acres to 5 acres is
displayed.
UDF
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
values 01121- 01129;0110101121
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts
which have a balance
st
outstanding as on 31
March and the outstanding
for those accounts provided
the area of >2.5 acres to 5
acres is displayed.
UDF
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
values 01121- 01129;0110101121
above 5 acres
-
Label
Disbursements during the
year
The number of accounts
and the amount disbursed
during the year for area of
greater than 5 acres is
displayed.
UDF
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
values 01121- 01129;0110101121
Balance Outstanding
The number of accounts
which have a balance
st
outstanding as on 31
March and the outstanding
for those accounts provided
the area greater than 5
acres is displayed.
UDF
ACTIVITY_OCCUPATION
values 01121- 01129;0110101121
4.26.2 System Data Mapping for Advances to Agriculture – Part B
The pre-requisites for data population in Advances to Agriculture – Part A are as follows:

The accounts must be open and must have a balance greater than zero. The accounts
should be active, i.e., all active loans are considered.

The data should be populated region-wise using the UDF ‘DISTRICT’.
The following table gives the system data mapping for Advances to Agriculture – Part B:
Columns
Description
Condition
Name of the State/ Union
territory
District is maintained as UDF.
State will be derived from
the Data store.
4-100
Balance Outstanding
State wise balance outstanding
Total Demand
Sanctioned amount of the loans
is displayed.
Recovery
Recovery amount of the loans is
displayed.
Total
Total of the overdue
Over dues
-
1 year or less
The amount outstanding post the
maturity date in Bills and the post
the due date in Loans for 1 year
or less
Over 1 year
The amount outstanding post the
maturity date in Bills and the post
the due date in Loans for more
than a year to 1 year.
Over 2 years
The amount outstanding post the
maturity date in Bills and the post
the due date in Loans for over 2
years to 3 years.
Over 3 years
The amount outstanding post the
maturity date in Bills and the post
the due date in Loans for over 3
years.
Percentage of Recovery
to Demand
%(Recovery/ Demand)
Label
4-101
Derived value
5.
Annexure A- User Defined Fields and Data
Elements
The following table gives the details of the UDF values
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
Basic
Statistica
l
Returns3
Bills,
CL,
OD
BSR
3
Summary
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
BORR
OWAL
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_BSR3
NonMandator
y
BEF
statemen
t
Bills
BEF
Detail
IECOD
E
Basic
Statistica
l Return I (1A)
Bills,
CL,
OD
BSR
1A
Detail
UTILIZ
ED_DI
STRIC
T
POPC
ODE
TYPE_
OF_AC
COUN
T
ORGS
UBTYP
E
BORR
OWAL
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
5-1
BEF_PRODUCTS
BEF_CCY
BEF_AMOUNT
BEF_PERIOD
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_BSR1A
Mandator
y
NonMandator
y
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
Basic
Statistica
l Return II
CAS
A,
TD
BSR
2
Summary
NA
MAT_ACCLASS -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
INT_ACCLASS- Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
DEP_ACCLASS -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
according to Size
RES_ACCLASS -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
TYP_ACCLASS -Part 1Classification of Deposits
according to Type
LESSER5 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL5- Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER6- Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL6 -Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER7-Part3- Classification of
Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL7 -Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER8 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL8 -Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER9 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL9 -Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER10 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
INTER_B
ANK_PR
OD is
Mandator
y
5-2
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL10 -Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER11 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL11 Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER12- Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL12- Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER13 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL13-Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
LESSER15 -Part3- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Interest Rate Range
GREATEREQUAL15 -Part3Classification of Term Deposits
according to Interest Rate Range
5LESSER25000 -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
according to Size
5GREATEREQUAL25000 -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
according to Size
5LESSER100000 -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
according to Size
5GREATEREQUAL100000 Part4- Classification of Term
Deposits according to Size
5LESSER1500000 -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
according to Size
5GREATEREQUAL1500000 Part4- Classification of Term
Deposits according to Size
5LESSER10000000 -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
5-3
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
according to Size
5GREATER10000000 -Part4Classification of Term Deposits
according to Size
6GREATEREQUAL6 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL7 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER15 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL15 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER29 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL46 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER91 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL91-Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER183 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL183 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER366 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL366 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER730 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL730 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER1096 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
5-4
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL1096 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER1825 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL1825 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL7 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER15 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL15 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER30 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL30 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER46 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL46 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER91 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL91 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER182 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL182 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER365 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL365 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
5-5
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER730 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL730 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER1095 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL1095 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2LESSER1825 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
2GREATEREQUAL1825 -Part2Classification of Term Deposits
according to Original Maturity
6GREATEREQUAL29 -Part5Classification of Term Deposits
according to Residual Maturity
6LESSER46-Part5- Classification
of Term Deposits according to
Residual Maturity
INTER_BANK_PROD -Part 1Classification of Deposits
according to Type
Basic
Statistica
l Return I (1B)
Bills,
CL,
OD
BSR
1B
Summary
ORGS
UBTYP
E
BORR
OWAL
TYPE_
OF_AC
COUN
T
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
5-6
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_BSR1B
TOTAL_ADVANCES
TOTAL_
ADVANC
ES is
Mandator
y
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
EEFC_GL
CROSS_CCY_BUY
PCFC_PRODUCTS
OVERDRAFTS_NOSTRO_GL
TD_RFC_PRODUCTS
NOSTRO_BALANCE_GL
INTER_BANK_BORROW_GL
INTER_BANK_PURCHASES
PURCHASE_FROM_RBI
BUY_SALES_AGAINST_LCY
MERCHANT_PURCHASES
MERCHANT_SALES
INTER_BANK_SALES
CROSS_CCY_SELL
DISC_BILLS_PRODUCT
BORROWING_OTHERS
OTHR_LOAN_ASSET_PRODUC
TS
MAPCCY
OTHR_ASSET_PRODUCTS
INTER_BANK_BORROW_PROD
UCTS
FCNR_PRODUCTS
INTER_BANK_LENDING_PROD
UCTS
TD_FCNR_PRODUCTS
SELL_SALES_AGAINST_LCY
Mandator
y
ION
DSB
return
no. Xreport on
maturity
and
position
(forex)
FX,
TD,
MM,
Bills,
CL
MAP
Summary
5-7
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
DSB
return
no.XIstatemen
t of
interest
rate
sensitivit
y (forex)
FX,
TD,
MM,
Bills,
CL
SIR
Summary
NA
TD_FCNR_PRODUCTS
EEFC_GL
TD_RFC_PRODUCTS
OVERDRAFTS_NOSTRO_GL
INTER_BANK_BORROW_GL
BORROWING_OTHERS
NOSTRO_BALANCE_GL
PCFC_PRODUCTS
FCNR_PRODUCTS
DISC_BILLS_PRODUCT
OTHR_LOAN_ASSET_PRODUC
TS
INTER_BANK_LENDING_PROD
UCTS
OTHR_ASSET_PRODUCTS
Mandator
y
R-Return
cover
page
(Vostro)
Bills,
FT
RRE
TVO
Summary
NA
NA
NA
Unclaim
ed
deposit
not
operated
for more
than 10
years
CAS
A,
TD,
MM,
Bills,
CL
RET
_11
Summary
NA
CURRENT_AC_STATUSES
CURRENT_AC_PRODUCTS
SAVINGS_AC_STATUSES
SAVINGS_AC_PRODUCTS
TD_STATUSES
TD_PRODUCTS
CURR_AC_OPERATIVE_STAT
USES
SAV_AC_OPERATIVE_STATUS
ES
TD_OPERATIVE_STATUSES
Mandator
y
BALSpecial
Fortnight
ly Return
( SFR
VIII)
CAS
A,
CL,
MM,
Core
BAL
Summary
NA
LCY_CCY,
LCY_COUNTRY,
PRODUCT_ELEMENT,
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_MM,
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_TD,
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_CL,
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_EXTERN
AL_ACC
PRODU
CT_ELE
MENT_M
M,
PRODU
CT_ELE
MENT_T
D,
PRODU
CT_ELE
MENT_C
5-8
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
L,
PRODU
CT_ELE
MENT_E
XTERNA
L_ACC
are
Mandator
y
Stateme
nt of
priority
sector
advance
s
Bills,
OD,
CL
PSA
_WK
Summary
SECT
OR
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
5-9
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_PSA
NonMandator
y
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
Structura
l
Liquidity
CL,
OD,
FX,
TD
str_lq
Summary
NA
CAPITAL_GL
RESERVE_SURPLUS_GL
CURR_DEP_AC_COL1
CURR_DEP_AC_COL2
CURR_DEP_AC_COL3
CURRENT_DEPOSIT_ACCLAS
S
CURR_DEP_GL_COL1
CURR_DEP_GL_COL2
CURR_DEP_GL_COL8
CURRENT_DEPOSIT_GL
SAV_DEP_AC_COL1
SAV_DEP_AC_COL2
SAV_DEP_AC_COL8
SAVINGS_DEPOSIT_ACCLASS
SAV_DEP_GL_COL1
SAV_DEP_GL_COL2
SAV_DEP_GL_COL8
SAVINGS_DEPOSIT_GL
OUTFLOW_TD_PRODUCTS
TERM_DEPOSIT_GL
CERT_OF_DEPOSIT_GL
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL1
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL2
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL3
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL4
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL5
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL6
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL7
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL8
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL9
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_COL10
CALL_SHORT_NOTICE_GL
INTER_BANK_TERM_PRODUC
TS
REFINANCE_GL
BORROWINGS_OTHERS_GL
BILLS_PAY_COL1
BILLS_PAY_COL6
BILLS_PAYABLE_GL
PROVISIONS_GL
OTHR_LIAB_OTHERS_GL
LOC_INSTITUTION_PRODUCT
S
LOC_CUSTOMER_PRODUCTS
UNAVAILED_PRODUCTS
LC_GTY_PRODUCTS
Mandator
y
5-10
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
OUTFLOW_BILLS_REDIS_DUP
N_GL
SWAPS_BUY_SELL_PRODUCT
S
OUTFLOW_TD_PRODUCTS
OUTFLOW_OTHER_GL
CASH_GL
BALANCE_WITH_RBI_GL
CURRENT_AC_COL1
CURRENT_AC_COL7
CURRENT_AC_GL
MONEY_AT_CALL_GL
INVESTMENTS_GL
INFLOW_BILLS_DUPN_PRODU
CTS
CASHCR_LOANREPAY_PROD
UCTS
CASHCR_LOANREPAY_COL1
CASHCR_LOANREPAY_COL2
CASHCR_LOANREPAY_COL8
CASHCR_LOANREPAY_GL
TERM_LOAN_PRODUCTS
NPA_COL1
NPA_COL2
NPA_COL3
NPA_GL
FIXED_ASSETS_GL
LEASED_ASSETS_GL
OTHRASSETS_OTHERS_GL
REVERSE_REPOS_GL
SWAPS_SELL_BUY_PRODUCT
S
INFLOW_BILLS_REDIS_DUPN_
GL
INTEREST_RECEIVABLE_GL
COMMIT_LINE_OF_CREDIT_G
L
EXPORT_REFINANCE_GL
INFLOW_OTHERS_GL
XOS
statemen
t
Bills
XOS
Detail
IECOD
E
5-11
XOS_PRODUCTS
XOS_REPORTING_PERIOD
Mandator
y
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
Report
25Export
Credit
Data
Bills,
CL
RET
25
Summary
GOLD_
CARD_
HOLD
ER
PRESHIP_RUPEE_CREDIT_PR
ODUCTS
PRESHIP_PCFC_PRODUCTS
POSTSHIP_RS_CREDIT_LOAN
PRODUCTS
POSTSHIP_RS_CREDIT_BILLP
RODUCTS
POSTSHIP_EBR_BILLPRODUC
TS
PRESHIP_RUPEE_CREDIT_PR
ODUCTS
PRESHIP_PCFC_PRODUCTS
POSTSHIP_RS_CREDIT_LOAN
PRODUCTS
POSTSHIP_RS_CREDIT_BILLP
RODUCTS
POSTSHIP_EBR_BILLPRODUC
TS
GOLD_CARD_HOLDER
Mandator
y
5-12
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
Return
13- Form
VIIIDeposits
segregat
ed into
demand
and time
deposits
NA
ret_1
3
Summary
NA
DLIAB_BAL_IN_CURR_GL
DLIAB_BAL_SAV_GL
DLIAB_LCGTY_GL
DLIAB_OVERDUE_TD_GL
DLIAB_CASH_CERT_GL
DLIAB_RD_GL
DLIAB_TELEGRAPHIC_TRNF_
GL
DLIAB_MAIL_TRNF_GL
DLIAB_DEMAND_DRAFT_GL
DLIAB_UNCLAIMED_TD_GL
DLIAB_CASH_CREDIT_GL
DLIAB_DEP_AS_SECURITY_GL
TLIAB_TD_GL
TLIAB_CASH_CERT_GL
TLIAB_RD_GL
TLIAB_SB_DEP_GL
TLIAB_STAFF_SEC_DEP_GL
TLIAB_LC_GL
TLIAB_DEP_AS_SECURITY_GL
TLIAB_GOLD_DEP_GL
ODTLIAB_DEP_GL
ODTLIAB_BILLS_PAY_GL
ODTLIAB_UNPAID_DIVDND_GL
ODTLIAB_SUSPENSE_GL
ODTLIAB_BRN_ADJ_GL
ODTLIAB_BANKINGSYS_GL
ODTLIAB_PART_CERT_GL
ODTLIAB_BLOCKED_AC_GL
ODTLIAB_BILLS_MARGIN_GL
ODTLIAB_GOLD_BORROW_GL
CURR_AC_AT_RBI_GL
CURR_AC_AT_SBI_GL
CURR_AC_AT_OTHR_BANK_G
L
SAV_AC_SBI_GL
SAV_AC_OTHERBANK_GL
TD_SBI_GL
TD_OTHERBANK_GL
LOAN_SBI_GL
LOAN_OTHERBANK_GL
MONEY_SHORT_NOTICE_GL
INTER_BANK_LOAN_GL
OTHER_ASSETS_GL
SEC_42_GL
SCHEDULED_BANK_GL
CASH_DEP_RBI_GL
Mandator
y
5-13
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
RRB_GL
Special
Return
no. 3 of
RBI
(Annual)
Bills,
OD,
CL
SJSRY
Report
CL
SPR
ET3
Summary
SECT
OR
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_SP3
NonMandator
y
DWCUAPRODUCT,
USEPPRODUCT,
CUMMULATIVE_RECOVERY
Nonmandator
y
DISTRI
CT
SJS
RY
SJS
RYA
Summary
DISTRI
CT
SCHE
ME_TY
PE
SECT
5-14
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
OR
PHYSI
CAL_C
HALLE
NG
SELF
HELP
GROU
P
SGSY
Report
CL
SGS
YA1
SGS
YA2
SGS
YA3
Summary
DISTRI
CT
SCHE
ME_TY
PE
SECT
OR
PHYSI
CAL_C
HALLE
NG
SELF
HELP
GROU
P
CUMMULATIVE_RECOVERY
CUMMULATIVE_PROGESS
CUMMULATIVE_POSITION
Nonmandator
y
Special
Return
no. 1 of
RBI
(Annual)
Bills,
CL
SPR
ET1
Summary
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
LAND_
HOLDI
NGS
CROP
TTOTE
RM
CROP_TERM_LOANS_DE
OTHER_TERM_LOANS
SHORT_TERM_LOANS_DE
TERM_LOANS_DE
ACRES2
ACRESAB5
ACRESUP5
TERM_TENOR
SHORT_TERM_TENOR
ACRES2
ACRESA
B5
ACRESU
P5
TERM_T
ENOR
SHORT_
TERM_T
ENOR
are
Mandator
y
Return
on
SC/ST
beneficia
ries
under
priority
sector
Bills,
CL,
OD
PSS
CST,
PSC
STA
Summary
SECT
OR
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
SCHE
ME_TY
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_SCST
Nonmandator
y
5-15
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
advance
s as on
last
reporting
Friday of
March
and
Septemb
er
UDF/M
IS
Data Element
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
PE
Priority
sector
advance
s
sanction
ed to
member
s of
specified
minority
communi
ties visà-vis
overall
priority
sector
Bills,
CL,
OD
PSA
MIN
Summary
MINOR
ITY
DISTRI
CT
PRODUCT_ELEMENT_MINR
Nonmandator
y
Foreign
Exchang
e
Manage
ment
Act,
1999 Guidelin
es for
Compilat
ion of RReturns
(Nostro)
Bills,
FT
RRE
TNN
Summary
NA
CASH_BAL_GL
DEP_OAD_GL
DEP_RBI_GL
FCY_LOAN_GL
FIXED_DEP_GL
PUR_AGGR_BRN
SALES_AGGR_BRN
SECURITY_SHARES_GL
SUSP_BAL_GL
TREASURY_GL
Mandator
y
FETERS
(Rreturn)
Bills,
FT
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
5-16
RBI
Return
Name
Mod
ules
Repo
rt Id
Detailed/
Summary
UDF/M
IS
Stateme
nt of
Advance
s to
Agricultu
re
Bills,
CL
STA
GRI
Summary
DISTRI
CT
LAND_
HOLDI
NGS
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
Return
20- Suit
Filed and
Decreed
CL
SUIT
FQ
SUIT
FA
Detail
SUIT_
FILED
ASSETCLASS,
SUITACCBALANCE
Mandator
y
PMRY
CL
PMR
YQ
PMR
YM
PMR
YH
Summary
SCHE
ME_TY
PE
SECT
OR
DISTRI
CT
PHYSI
CAL_C
HALLE
NG
ACTIVI
TY_OC
CUPAT
ION
LAND_
HOLDI
NGS
QUARTERLY_PROGRESS,
MONTHLY_PROGRESS,
HALFYEAR_RECOVERY
Nonmandator
y
5-17
Data Element
AGRI_PARTA
AGRI_PARTB
AGRI_RECOVERY
ACRES_RANGE_1
ACRES_RANGE_2
Whether
Data
Element
isManda
tory/Non
Mandato
ry
Nonmandator
y
Reports
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