State Bank Of Patiala (SBOP), founded in 1917, was associated with State Bank Group. SBOP operated in North and Central India in states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and more. SBOP was merged with State Bank of India in 2017; at the time of the merger, SBOP had more than 1300 branches and ATMs.
If you have an account in SBOP and are not sure how to activate net banking service after the merger, we are here to help you; in this guide, we have mentioned the registration process for net banking in SBOP.
How to Register & Activate Your State Bank of Patiala Net Banking Account:
On 1 April 2017, SBOP got merged with SBI, so you will have to enable net banking through SBI. We have listed the details of the process below.
- Open SBI’s official website www.onlineSBI.com on any web browser on your phone/computer now; you will be directed to SBI’s net banking portal.
- In the “Personal Banking” section click on the “New User Registration” option.
- A new window will appear on your screen, “New User Registration” will be already selected from the drop-down list; now click on “Next.”
- On the next web page, you will have to enter details like account number, CIF number, country, etc.; once you enter the details correctly click on “Submit”
You will be asked to enter the OTP that you received on your registered mobile number and validate your identity with a debit card. You will be able to register and set a password for your account once all the details are validated.
How to Login to Your State Bank of Patiala Net Banking After Activation:
Once your account’s activation is completed, you can login into the net banking portal using the following steps.
- Visit SBI’s website www.onlineSBI.com; in the personal banking section, click on “Login,” you will be directed to the next page where you will have to click on “Continue To Login.”
- On login page correctly enter the required details like Username, Password, and Captcha code and click on “Login”, by default, you will be redirected to your account’s dashboard.
How to Reset SBOP Net Banking Password:
If you forget your net banking password follow the procedure given below to reset your password
- Open SBI’s official banking portal in the “Personal Banking” section, click on “Login” on the next page, click on “Continue To Login,” and you will be directed to the login page.
- On the Login page, click on “Forgot login password” a new window will appear on the screen; select from the given options from the drop-down to reset your password.
- Follow the procedure for the selected option, and you will be able to reset your password.
If, under certain circumstances, you want to change your password, here’s how you can do it
- To change your password log in to your account, click on the account menu and select “Change Password” this will let you change your login and transactions password. Enter the new password of your choice and retype it to confirm
How to Change SBOP Net Banking Pin:
You can change or recover the pin of your SBOP net banking account, and the process to do so is listed below
- Open SBI’s official website and log in to your net banking account
- Click on the “Account Menu” option and select “Manage card”
- You will be directed to a new webpage where you can select the debit card for which you want to change or recover PIN
- Select the card for which you wish to change the PIN and click on “Set PIN”
- You will be asked to validate the card’s detail and enter the OTP that you will receive on registered mobile number, once the details are verified you can set a new PIN
How to Deactivate SBOP Net Banking:
The procedure to deactivate your account is offline and you will have to visit the nearest branch and submit an application regarding deactivating your net banking account to the respective officer, another way to deactivate your net banking account of SBOP is to call the toll-free number of SBI: 1800 425 3800
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We hope this article has been helpful and clarified your doubts regarding net banking activation in SBOP. If you have any doubts regarding the procedure please feel free to comment below.