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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

SBI mCash: How To Receive Money

One can receive payment / money sent through SBI mCash service.
It is easy for sender, since it is fast with other modes of payment process.
And the same goes with the beneficiary, who is receiving the payment or money.
He or she doesn't have to SBI account holder.
Money can be transferred to any of his or her bank account. It may be ICICI, HDFC, Bank of India, etc...

How to receive money through SBI mCash

1. Visit the official website of State Bank of India [SBI]
https://www.onlinesbi.com/
2. At the header, there is a link with text mCash. Click on it.
3. One would find page with heading State Bank mCASH - Claim Money.
https://retail.onlinesbi.com/retail/mcashclaim.htm?bankCode=0


4. Provide your bank account no. in At the Enter Credit Account No.
Please note: It can be any bank. 
4. Fill up the Enter IFSC Code
5. Choose Email in Beneficiary Send Money Option.
We have chosen Email since we find it comfortable.
6. Mention the Passcode that you have received from the SBI bank. 

Wait for a minute. Please check all the details. Check. Check and Check,
7. Done! Press Submit.

The money would be transferred to your given bank account.

Monday, 15 June 2015

SSC CHSL 10+2 Exam 2015

SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level 10+2 Examinations CHSL 2015


The SSC examination of Combined Higher Secondary Level 10+2 CHSL 2015 for the recruitment of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants, Data Entry Operators DEO, Lower Divisional Clerks LDC will be held on 01.11.2015, 15.11.2015 and 22.11.2015. The last date for the submission of application form is 13.07.2015. 

The number of vacancies for the post of SSC CHSL Exam 2015 PA/SA is 3523, DEO is 2049 and LDC is 1006. Candidate applying for the SSC 10+2 Level Exam 2015 has to meet the minimum qualification of 10+2 (Higher Secondary) as on 01/08/2015.

In addition to it, the age limit for these posts is from 18 to 27 years. There is age relaxation for the reserved categories. Five years relaxation for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC, 15 years for PH, 13 years for PH+OBC, 15 years for PH+SC/ST and 3 years relaxation for Ex-Servicemen under some conditions.

Application forms can be submitted online or by post. There is no charges on application forms for Women, SC/ST, PH and EX-Servicemen. Other candidates should pay fee of Rs 100 by means of Central Recruitments Fee Stamps (CRFS) only. 

Examination Pattern and Syllabus

The SSC CHSL 10+2 Exam scheme of examination depends upon the post applied. 

  • Data Entry Operator DEO – Written Examination + Skill Test
  • Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant / LDC – Written Test + Typing Test
As you can see, candidate applying for SSC CHSL 10+2 DEO has to appear in the written examination and Skill Test. And for those applying for PA/SA/LDC has to appear in the written examination and Typing Test. 

The questions asked in the examination will be objective type consisting of four parts:
  • General Intelligence
  • English Language
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • General Awareness

Each part carries total 50 marks. So the total marks for the SSC CHSL 10+2 2015 written examination is 200. There is negative marking. Questions will be set in English and Hindi (except English Language).

For detailed information on the syllabus, visit

SSC CHSL Books 2015

Get the complete list of books for SSC CHSL Exam 2015 in English language published by Ramesh Publishing House, Arihant, Upkar Prakashan and other. The books available are guide books, reference books, preparation books, with previous years solved question papers, mock test papers, and practice papers. The study material of the books are prepared and designed as per the latest exam syllabus. Buy online SSC CHSL Books in Hindi language and medium.

Important Links and Dates

Official Website
Last date of Application: 13/07/2015
Exam Date of SSC 10+2 Exam 2015: 01.11.2015, 15.11.2015 and 22.11.2015

Sunday, 14 June 2015

State Bank mCASH - Send Money Service

Please Note that while making payment through State Bank mCASH service, as of now there is no proof of the transaction. The transaction details is visible only when the amount is claimed by the beneficiary. Once the payment is claimed, the transaction details appears in both the parties bank statement.

How To 

1. Log in the official website of State Bank of India (SBI)
2. Click "Payments/Transfers"
3. Click "State Bank mCASH - Send Money"
4. In "Beneficiary Send Money Option", click '"Email".
5. In "Beneficiary E-Mail Id", enter the person's email ID.
6. Enter the "Amount".
7. Give "Remark"
8. Check "I hereby agree and accept the Terms and Conditions for usage of State Bank mCASH."
9. Click "Submit"
10. Verify details and confirm this transaction.
11. Check in your registered mobile, an OTP has been sent.
The SMS message would be like this:
OTP for creating State Bank mCASH of Rs. xxxx is xxxxxxxxxx. Please don't share it.
12. Enter high security transaction password received in your Mobile Phone.
Enter High Security Password *
13. You will get a message like this:
State Bank mCASH - Send Money Registration for Rs.xxxx  has been completed successfully. 
For creating each State Bank mCASH request, a service charge of Rs 2.5/ will be recovered separately from your account.