Jan Dhan Account: List of Banks, Public & Private

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PMJDY Participating Banks

Jan Dhan Yojana has brought cheers to the Indians due to the benefits offered by PMJDY. But many people are still confused about the participating banks where accounts can be opened. Jan Dhan account can be opened at all the public and private sector banks. Here is the list of these banks:

Public Sector Banks: There are 27 public sector banks in India which includes nationalized banks (19), SBI (6), IDBI and Bhartiya Mahila Bank and at all these banks you can open Jan Dhan Account

  • State Bank of India (SBI) and all it’s 5 affiliated banks – State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of Mysore, State Bank of Patiala, State Bank of Travancore
  • Bank of Baroda (BoB)
  • Andhra Bank
  • Bank of Maharashtra
  • Bank of India (BoI)
  • Canara Bank
  • Corporation Bank
  • IDBI Bank
  • Indian Bank
  • Punjab National Bank (PNB)
  • Central Bank of India
  • Vijaya Bank
  • Punjab & Sind Bank, Bank
  • Syndicate Bank
  • Dena Bank
  • Allahabad Bank
  • Union Bank of India
  • Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC)

Private Sector Banks: Here are few private banks where Jan Dhan Account can be opened. You can get list of private banks in India here

  • ICICI Bank Ltd.
  • Axis Bank  Ltd.
  • HDFC Bank Ltd.
  • Federal Bank Ltd.
  • IndusInd Bank Ltd.
  • ING Vysya Bank Ltd.
  • Karnataka Bank Ltd.
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.
  • YES Bank Ltd.
  • Dhanalaxmi Bank Ltd.

Read most commonly asked questions on Jan Dhan Yojana and their answers. Check out how a banker convinces a poor family to open the account.

ID Proof Required

To open Jan Dhan Account, customer would need any one of following ID proofs:

  1. Voter ID Card
  2. Driving Licence
  3. Passport
  4. PAN Card
  5. Aadhar Unique ID
  6. NREGA Job card attested by state government

Read more about Cardless Withdrawal Service by Indian banks. Now, no need of ATM debit card to withdraw money. Also check out the details applicant needs to fill in PMJDY account opening form.

Most beneficial update on PMJDY – Get accident insurance benefit without opening account under PMJDY. Also check out conditions to avail insurance benefits.

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35 thoughts on “Jan Dhan Account: List of Banks, Public & Private

  1. Sir,
    is there any option that we can link our existing account to Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yogna scheme, those who have account also mandatory to open new account for PMJDY.

  2. my father is a BEST Worker goverment employ bt wen he went to open Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yogna ac. SBI said u cant open as your a goverment employ.

  3. Hi, sir
    I wantedto know dat to open an account in Jan dhan yojna in any bank do we have to get da witness of persons already customers of the bank

  4. Dear Sir,

    If i have already an account , then i can open a Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yogna account or not and how to connect my account to Jan dhan Yogna.
    kindly give the reply.

    BR
    Ravi

  5. I already have an account in United Bank of India with VISA debit card. Now I want another account under PMJDY in central bank or ICICI bank. can I apply?

  6. whether the cover of 1 lakh rupees is also applicable to old account holder or it is only applicable to jandhan yojna account.

  7. I asked one of the ICICI branch near my office on navi peth, pune and they said I cannot open a zero bank account in their branch. Is it true that private sector banks do not encourage anyone to open a PMJDY account?

  8. Heyy,
    Team,
    I have an account in HDFC (women account) and I wish to switch my account in Jan Dhan Yojona, but I don’t have Aadhar card, can I have this jan dhan yojna facility like Over Draft; Zero balance etc….

    Regards,
    Kamini

  9. Its true that many banks are reluctant to open an account under Prime minister’s jan dhan yojna. They find flimsy grounds and misguide potential customers. Probabaly its because they are already overburdened with routine work.

    This scheme has been a great success. However it will be even better if additional staff is deployed by the bank, may be outsourcing, for the sole task of opening ac under the scheme. It is suggested that the authority concerned take due corrective measures so that the benefit of this scheme reaches poorest of the poor.
    Ravi

  10. Respected sir,
    I am phd research student at shivaji university.I want to open the jan dhan yogana account. so can i open my account onwards if date is still remaining?
    pls provide the details of all for more convinience.
    Thanking you.

  11. Sir, I had opened my account in HDFC Bank ltd.. Balachaur-Br
    anch, Punjab around three months back, but till today I have not received any a/c. passbook, ATM card. How many day it take to get the same.

  12. dear sir ,
    Muzhe p.m.jan dhan yojna aantargat
    Account kholke nahi mila hai or bank wale bolte hai khota phul ho gaya. App. Sajeshan dedho.
    Txn sir.

  13. Whether there are any restrictions like age, income, amount etc. criteria for opening BSBDA by banks for individuals?
    What benefits do We get in it ?

  14. Dear Sir,

    I want to open up an account of Pradhan Mantri Jan yojna with my Axis band or ICICI bank.. what process do i need to follow please let me know at the earliest.

    Thanks
    Poonam

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