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Date : Apr 10, 2008
Annexure

ANNEXURES

1.     FORMS: BSR-1A
                      BSR-1B
                      BSR-2

2. SUBMISSION OF BSR 1 & 2 DATA IN SOFT FORM - RECORD LAYOUTS:
                     BSR-1A
                     BSR-1B
                     BSR-2

3. MAJOR CHANGES IN THIS (SEVENTH) EDITION AS COMPARED TO LAST (SIXTH) EDITION: LIST OF CHANGES
CONCORDANCE TABLE FOR BSR-1A OCCUPATION CODES 2008 AND 2002 CONCORDANCE  TABLE  FOR BSR-1B ITEM CODES 2008 AND 2002

4. LIST OF STATISTICAL RETURNS TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA UNDER BSR SYSTEM


Annexure - 2

Submission of BSR 1 & 2 data in soft form

While forwarding the data, banks should adhere to the following :

1. The data may be submitted using a Compact Disk (CD) or preferably sent by email to the concerned DESACS Office as given in the table on page …..

2. Data should be copied in ASCII mode.

3. Record layout of BSR-1A, BSR-1B and BSR-2 returns should be checked before submission of data.

4. The CD should be DOS/ Windows-formatted and should not be UNIX-formatted. If data is copied on compressed form, the name of the software should be mentioned.

5. Media should be preferably new, not re-used many times, to avoid I/O error.

6. Before sending the media to Reserve Bank of India, banks should test the readability of the media by copying the data on one/two systems.

7. In case amended data of few branches are re-submitted, that should be submitted as a separate file and should not be clubbed with data of other branches. This should be clearly mentioned while forwarding the data.

Banks should also ensure that the following particulars are given on the physical label of each media in addition to details, as described above, given in their forwarding letter:

1. Name of the Bank                                                    :

2. Physical identification of the Media (Serial No.)          :

3. Recording mode                                                      : ASCII

4. Period of Data                                                         :

5. Type of Data (BSR-1A/1B/2)                                     :

6. Lot number                                                             :

7. Number of Branches covered in the Lot                     :

In the case of multiple files, items 5 to 7 should be provided separately for each file.

It is, however, desirable, that banks should furnish the data in soft form. While forwarding the data, banks should give the following particulars in their forwarding letter                               :

i) Period of Data                                                         :
ii) Type of Data (BSR-1A/1B/2)                                    :

iii) Lot number                                                           :

iv) Total number of Branches of the Bank

(including administrative offices)                                  :

v) Total Number of Branches to report credit data
(BSR-1A or 1B)                                                         :

vi) Total Number of Branches to report deposit data
(BSR-2)                                                                     :

vii) Total Deposits of the Bank : viii) Total Credit of the Bank : ix) Number of Branches covered in the Lot   :

x) Total Deposits/Credit of reporting branches covered in the lot                                                             :

xi) Total Staff of the Bank (in case of BSR-2 Return)                                                                              :

xii) Total Staff of the Bank of reporting branches covered in the lot (in case of BSR-2 Return)                    :



Basic Statistical Returns Processing System BSR -1A RETURN


Input Record Design for BSR -1A

( For March 2008 Survey onwards)


1.   For a given Uniform Code Part – I, one account per record.

2.   Record size : 72 bytes.

Serial
No.

Byte
Position

No. of
Bytes

Information

Type
of Data

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.

1 – 2

2

Job Code ( = 60)

AN

 

2.

3 – 4

2

Month of Survey ( = 03 )

AN

 

3.

5 – 8

4

Year of Survey ( YYYY )

AN

 

4.

9

1

Filler–1 ( = space )

AN

 

5.

10 – 16

7

Uniform Code Part I

AN

 

6.

17

1

Filler–1 ( = space )

AN

 

7.

18 – 21

4

Page Number 2)

AN

 

8.

22 – 25

4

Serial Number (Column S ) 2)

AN

 

9.

26

1

Filler–1 ( = space )

AN

 

10.

27 – 29

3

Place of Utilisation of Credit

 

 

 

 

 

- District Code ( Column 3 )

AN

 

11.

30

1

Place of Utilisation of Credit

 

 

 

 

 

- Population Group Code ( Column 4 )

AN

 

12.

31 – 32

2

Type of Account Code (Column 5)

AN

 

13.

33 – 34

2

Organisation Code ( Column 6)

AN

 

14.

35 – 39

5

Occupation Code ( Column 7 )

AN

 

15.

40 – 41

2

Category of Borrower Code ( Column 8 )

AN

 

16.

42

1

Asset Classification of Borrowal

 

 

 

 

 

Account Code ( Column 9 )

AN

 

17.

43

1

Secured/ Un-Secured Loan Code ( Column 10 )

AN

 

18.

44

1

Fixed/ Floating Rate of Interest

 

 

 

 

 

Code ( Column 11 )

AN

 

19.

45 – 48

4

Rate of Interest ( Column 12 ) 3)

AN

For Bills A/cs spaces,
For Other A/cs ‘9999’

20.

49 – 58

10

Credit Limit ( Column 13 )

N

Amounts in thousands

21.

59 – 68

10

Amount Outstanding( Column 14 )

N

of Rupees

22.

69 – 72

4

Lot Number

AN

 


N – Numeric AN – Alphanumeric

Notes: -

1)   All Alphanumeric fields should be entered with leading zeros wherever required (e.g. Code No. “011” should not be entered as “ 11. ” or “ .11 ” or “ 11 ”. All the three digits including the leading zero should be entered).

2)   The page number and serial number needs to be entered separately only if the data is transcribed from a paper return. In case of directly capturing the data from a computerised system, the page and serial numbers may be combined and used as a serial number (8-digits : byte position: 18 – 25)

3)   The rate of interest should be entered as 4 digit alphanumeric field with leading / trailing zeros wherever required e.g . 6.0 □ 0600, 16.5 □ 1650, 5.25 □ 0525, 21.0 □ 2100 etc.


Basic Statistical Returns Processing System BSR - 1B RETURN

Input Record Design for BSR-1B

( For March 2008 Survey onwards )


1. Data for an item are required to be entered row-wise. Each item should be entered as a separate record of 85 bytes. If for an item, no data are reported in a particular column, that column should be left blank (i.e. the byte positions for that column will be blanks) and data for other columns should be entered in the appropriate byte positions. In case no data are reported against an item the corresponding row should not be used for data entry.

2. Record size : 85 bytes

Serial

Byte

No. of

Information

Type

Remarks

No.

Position

Bytes

 

of Data

 

1

 

2

 

3

4

5

6

1.

1

2

2

Job Code (= 61 )

AN

 

2.

3

4

2

Month of Survey ( = 03 )

AN

 

3.

5

8

4

Year of Survey (YYYY)

AN

 

4.

9

 

 

1

Filler-1 (= space)

AN

 

5.

10

16

7

Uniform Code Part I

AN

 

6.

17

 

 

1

Filler-1 (= space)

AN

 

7.

18

20

3

Item Code (Column 1)

AN

 

8.

21

 

 

1

Filler-1 (= space)

AN

 

For accounts with credit limits of Rs.25,000 & less

9.

22

31

10

No. of Accounts (Column 3)

N

 

10.

32

41

10

Credit Limit (Column 4)

N

 

11.

42

51

10

Amount Outstanding (Column 5)

N

 

For accounts with credit limits of over Rs.25,000 & upto Rs.2 lakh

12.

52

61

10

No. of accounts (Column 6)

N

 

13.

62

71

10

Credit Limit (Column 7)

N

 

14.

72

81

10

Amount outstanding (Column 8)

N

 

15.

82

85

4

Lot Number

AN

 

N – Numeric AN – Alphanumeric

Notes: -

1)  All Alphanumeric fields should be entered with leading zeros wherever required (e.g. Code No. “011” should not be entered as “ 11 . ” or “ .11 ” or “ 11 ”. All the three digits including the leading zero should be entered).

2)  The Data reported under the blocks Asset classification, Gender classification, Security position, Interest rate classification, Interest rate flag and Summary of BSR-1 are also to be entered with corresponding item codes.

3)  In Summary of BSR-1 block, for item codes 990,991 & 992; data column 3 to 5 (serial no. 9 to 11) and for item code 999; data column 5 (serial no. 11) are only relevant.


Basic Statistical Return Processing System

BSR - 2 RETURN


Input Record Design for BSR - 2

( For March 2008 Survey onwards )

1. Data for an item are required to be entered row wise. Each item should be entered as a separate record of 85 bytes. If for an item no data are reported in a particular column, that column should be left blank (i.e. the byte positions for that column will be blanks) and data for other columns should be entered in the appropriate byte positions. In case no data are reported against an item the corresponding row should not be used for data entry.

2. Record size: 85 bytes

Serial

Byte

No. of

Information

Type

Remarks

No.

Position

Bytes

 

of Data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

1 - 2

2

Job Code ( = 62 )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.

3 - 4

2

Month of Survey ( = 03 )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.

5 - 8

4

Year of Survey ( YYYY )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

9

1

Filler-1 ( = space )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

10 – 16

7

Uniform Code Part I

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.

17

1

Filler-1 ( = space )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

18 – 20

3

Item Code ( Column 1 )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.

21

1

Filler-1 ( = space )

AN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.

22 – 31

10

Data in Column 2

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.

32 – 41

10

Data in Column 3

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.

42 – 51

10

Data in Column 4

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.

52 – 61

10

Data in Column 5

N

1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.

62 – 71

10

Data in Column 6

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.

72 – 81

10

Data in Column 7

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.

82 +-– 85

4

Lot Number

AN

 

N – Numeric  AN – Alphanumeric

Notes: -

1. For Item Codes 100 & 101 Data Columns 2 to 5 are relevant, for Item Codes 800 & 900 Data Columns 6 & 7 are relevant and Item Code 999 Data Column 7 is relevant; and for other items in PART I and PART II to V Data Columns 2 to 7 are relevant.


Annexure – 3

MAJOR CHANGES IN THIS (SEVENTH) EDITION AS COMPARED
TO LAST (SIXTH) EDITION

ON BSR 1&2 RETURNS (2008) : SUMMARY.

List of changes

1) The BSR 1 & 2 are the annual surveys and the reference date of for these returns is March 31. The data on credit and deposits as per Form-A, Section-42(2) return, which are collected in BSR-1B and BSR-2 respectively, for consistency and dimensional checks, is to be reported as on 31st March, instead of as on last Friday of March, for better comparison with BSR-1 and BSR-2.

2) Cut-off Credit limit of Rupees 2 lakhs for reporting individual accounts in BSR-1A kept unchanged.

3) The latest district code list, as on the date of this Handbook, is included (List-A).

4) The population-group codes as Rural, Semi-Urban, Urban and Metropolitan are included in List-B. There is no change in the definition/ cut-off limit for the population groups.

5) New Type of Accounts, viz., ‘General Credit Cards (GCC)’, ‘Kisan Credit Card-Production’ & ‘Kisan Credit Card-Investment’ and ‘Other Credit Cards’ have been included along with the existing ‘Personal Credit Cards’ (list-C)

6) Organization codes, based on the ownership of the borrower, have been re-structured (List-D).

a) Financial and Non-Financial organizations have been separately defined under Public, Private and Co-operative Sectors.

b) Separate codes have been included for Self Help Groups (SHGs)/ Micro-Finance Institutions (MFIs).

c) ‘Private Corporate – Others’ have been renamed as ‘Household Sector –Others’ and moved with ‘Individuals – Male & Female’ under the ‘Household Sector’.

d) The ‘Household Sector – Others’ also comprises ‘Joint Liability Groups (JLGs).’

e) Proprietary concerns, partnership firms and Joint families (HUF) have been put separately under the ‘Household sector’.

f) Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households have been added (NPSHI). Since the nature of Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households (Non-Government) (NPISH) is different from government, corporate sector as well as household sector, NPISH has been introduced as a separate entity. On the other hand, the NPISB/ NPISE (serving business/ enterprise) affects the output / working of the corporate sector directly, these are taken as a part of the private corporate sector, as earlier.

g) The ‘Foreign Government and Foreign Banks’ has been renamed as ‘NonResident’, which would include Foreign Governments, Foreign Consulates, Embassies, Trade Missions, Non-resident companies/ Institutions/ Firms/ Societies/ Individuals, etc.

h) ‘Joint Sector’ has been removed. The units should be classified in public or private sector.

7) Activity / Occupation codes have been restructured (List-E).

a) The Division 95 for ‘Personal Loans’ has been divided into two separate groups, viz., ‘Personal loans to staff’ and ‘Personal loans to individuals other than staff members’.

b) Repair and maintenance services carried out by entities other than the manufacturer or the seller have been grouped under the Section 93: ‘Other Service Activities’ with a separate (new) group ‘Repair and Maintenance Services’.

c) The Indirect Finance to Agriculture has been re-structured as per the latest RPCD circulars.

d) Loans to RRBs have been grouped separately for on-lending to agriculture and allied activities and for other purposes.

e) Loans to Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) are classified as per on-lending to agriculture and allied activities, small and
micro enterprises, housing sector, educational purposes and other general purposes.

f) New codes have been introduced to capture data on Indirect Finance to Housing and Small Enterprises sectors.

g) New occupations have been included for diversified activities of SHGs/ MFIs.

h) Other changes in the Occupation codes include modifications in the description, merger of a few codes, sub-division of codes, deletion of a few codes, addition of a few codes, etc. The concordance table between BSR-2002 and BSR-2008 occupation codes describes the details.

8) A new ‘Category of Borrowers’, based on the size of the borrowing unit, has been introduced in place of ‘Nature of Borrowal Account’ (List-F). Following the recent changes in the definition of the small and micro enterprises (Small Enterprises sector), the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises engaged in Manufacturing as well as Business/Trade & Services have been included. This will help to capture data on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). New categories of borrowers for agriculture and allied activities have also been included.

9)  The asset classification code remains the same as Standard, Sub-Standard, Doubtful and Loss Assets, which are based the latest RBI circulars issued time to time (List-G).

10) A new parameter ‘Security pledged/ Guarantee Status for loans’ has been introduced to capture the secured/unsecured loans (List-H).

11) A flag to capture ‘Fixed / Floating rate of interest on loans’ has been included (List -I).

12) In view of the changes proposed in BSR-1A, the format of BSR-1B is also revised.

13) The format of BSR 1B has also been suitably revised. Accounts with credit limits of Rs. 2 lakh or less are to be consolidated according to specified occupational categories for loans up to Rs. 25000/- and Rs. 25000/- to Rs.2 lakh credit limit size groups separately.

a) New 3-digit BSR-1B item codes have been given which are independent of BSR-1A occupation codes.

b)  ‘Personal Loans’ has been divided into two separate groups, viz., ‘Personal loans to staff’ and ‘Personal loans to individuals other than staff members’.

c) New codes have been introduced to capture data on Finance to SHGs/ MFIs as well as Indirect Finance to Housing and Small Enterprises sectors.

d)  Provisions have been made to capture data on Manufacturing Enterprises as well as Business/ Trade & Service Enterprises

e) A relationship table of BSR-1A codes vis-a-vis BSR-1B codes have also been provided for easy compilation.

f) Asset classification of accounts under BSR-1B and Gender classification of individual accounts under BSR-1B have been retained.

g) Blocks have been included for Interest rate ranges, Secured/ Un-secured loans and Fixed/ Floating rate of interest.

h) Summary of BSR-1 (1A & 1B), including bank credit reported in Form–A return under section 42(2), are to be reported for consistency purposes.

14) Concordance tables have been provided for relationship between BSR-1A occupation codes and BSR-1B items code of 2002 and 2008 respectively.

15) The Public Sector Banks should also report data on their credit card business in BSR-1 return. The credit card data should be submitted in a separate file, indicating whether the same has been included in the main BSR-1 return or not.

a) Collection of data from Public Sector Banks on credit cards, maintained through their own departments, in BSR-1 return.

b) Collection of data from Public Sector Banks on credit cards, managed through their subsidiaries, in BSR-1 return.

16) In BSR-2 return, no change has been made except the change in reference date for collecting data on deposits as per Form-A, Section-42(2) return, as on 31st March.

Concordance Table : BSR-1A Occupation Codes 2008 and 2002

BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

01101

01101

01102

01102

01103

01103

01104

01104

01105

01105

01106

01106

01107

01107

01108

01108

01109

01109

01111

01111

01119

01119

01121

01121+01122

01123

01123

01124

01124

01125

01125

01126

01126

01127

01127

01129

01129

01151

01151

01152

01152

01153

01153

01154+01155

01154

01157+01159

01156+01157+01159

01181+01182

01182

01201

01201

01202

01202

01203

01203

01204+01209

01209+01301

01401

01401

01402

01402

01409

01409

02001

02001

05001

05001

10001

10001

11101

11101

11201

11201

12001

12001



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

13101

13101

13201

13201

14101

14101+14201+

 

14202+14203

15101

15101

15102

15102

15103

15103

15104

15104

15201

15201

15301

15301

15302+15303

15302

15401

15401

15402

15402

15403

15403

15404

15404

15405

15405

15406

15406

15407

15407

15408

15408

15409

15409

15501

15501

15502

15502

16001

16001+16002

16003

16003

17101

17101

17102

17102

17103

17103

17104

17104

17105

17105

17201

17201

17202

17202

17203

17203

17204

17204

17209

17209+17301

18101

18101

18102

18102

18201

18201



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

19101

19101

19102

19102

19201

19201

19202

19202

20101

20101+20201+20202

21001

21001

21002

21002

21003

21003+21004

22101

22101+22102+

 

22103+22201+22301

23101

23101

23201

23201

23301

23301

24101

24101

24102

24102

24103

24103

24104

24104

24201

24201

24202

24202

24203

24203

24204

24204

24211

24211

24212

24212

24213

24213

24214

24214

24219

24219

24301

24301

25101

25101

25102

25102

25201

25201

25202

25202

26101

26101

26901

26901

26902

26902

26903

26903

26904

26904

26905

26905

27101

27101

27201

27201



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

27301

27301

27302

27302

28101

28101

28901

28901

29101

29101

29109

29109

29201

29201

29202

29202

29203

29203

29204

29204

29205

29205

29206

29206

29207

29207

29208

29208

29209

29209

29301

29301

30001

30001

30002

30002

31101

31101

31201

31201+32301

31301

31301

31401

31401

31501

31501

31901

31901

32101

32101

33101

33101

33201

33201

33301

33301

34101

34101

34201

34201

34301

34301

35101

35101

35201

35201

35301

35301

35901

35901

35909

35909

36101

36101

36901

36901

36902

36902



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

36903

36903

36904

36904

36905

36905

36906

36906

36907

36907

36909

36909

37001

37001

40101

40101

40102

40102

40103

40103

40104

40104

40105

40105

40201

40201

40301

40301

41001

41001

45001+45002

45001

45003

45002

45004

45003

45005

45004

45011

45011

45012

45012

45013

45013

45019

45019

50001

50001

50002

50002

50003

50003

50005

50005

51101

51101

51201

51201

51202

51202

51203

51203

51204

51204

51205

51205

51301

51301

51302

51302

51303

51303

51401

51401

51402

51402

51403

51403



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

51404

51404

51405

51405

51406

51406

51409

51409

51501

51501

51502

51502

51901

51901

51902

51902

51909

51909

52101

52101

52102

52102

52201

52201

52301

52301

52302

52302

52303

52303

52311

52311

52312

52312

52313

52313

52319

52319

52401

52401

52501

52501

55101

55101

55201

55201

55301

63014

60101

60101

60201

60201

60202

60202

60203

60203

60204

60204

60301

60301

61101

61101

61201

61201

62001

62001

62101

62101

63001

63001

63011

63011

63012

63012

63013

63013

63019

63019



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

64101

64101

64201

64201

64202

64202

65101+65102

65101

65103+65104

65102

65109

65109

65901

65901

65902

65902

65904+65905+

 

65906+65907

65103

65908

65903

65909

65904

65910

65905+65909

65911

65911

65921+65922+

65912+65921+

65923+65924+

65922+65923+

65929

65924+65925+

 

65926+65929

65931

65931

65932

65932

65933

65933

65939+65934

65939

66001

66001

66002

66002

66003

66003

67101

67101

67102

67102

67103

67103

67104

67104

67105

67105

67201+67301

67201

70001

70001

71101

71101

71201

71201

71301

71301

72101

72101

72201

72201

72209

72209

72301

72301



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

72901

72901

72909

72909

73001

73001

74101

74101

74201

74201

74301

74301

74401

74401

74901

74901

75001

75001

80001

80001

80002

80002

80003

80003

85101

85101

85102

85102

85201

85201

85301

85301

90001

90001

91101

91101

91901

91901

92101

92101

92109

92109

92201

92201

92301

92301

92401

92401

93001

93001

93002+93003

93002

93101

50003

93102

52601

93103+93104+

 

93105+93106+93109

72501

95001+95011

94001+94002

95002+95012

94003

95003+95013

94004

95004+95014

94005

95008+95018

94008

95009+95015+95019

94006+94007+94009

99999

99999

Concordance Table : BSR-1B Item Codes 2008 and 2002

BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

101+102

01

103

02

104

03

109

04

110

05

120

06

131+132+133+139

09

190=101+ …+139

01+02+03+04

 

+05+06+09

191

New

192

New

199

08

201

16

202

17

203+209

18

211

21

212

22

213

23

219

24

220

27

240

29

270

25

280

26

292

31

291+299

32

300

33

310

34

321

35

322

36

323

37

330

38

230+250+260+340

39

390=201+ .. +340

20+11+12

391

New

392

New

393

New

394

New

400

40

510

41

520

42

600

45

711

51

712

52

713

53



BSR-2008 Codes

BSR-2002 Codes

714

54

719

55

750=510+ … +719

41+ … +55

751

New

752

New

753

New

800

50

810

New

820

New

830

New

861+871

61+62

862+872

63

863+873

64

864+874

65

868+878

68

869+875+877+879

66+67+69

890

79

900

80

901

81

902

82

903

82

904

84

910

85

911

86

912

87

913

New

921

New

922

New

931

New

932

New

933

New

934

New

935

New

936

New

937

New

938

New

939

New

941

New

942

New

991

91

992

92

990

90

999

99



ANNEXURE - 4

List of Statistical Returns to be submitted to the Reserve Bank of India under the Basic Statistical Returns (BSR) System

Sr.
No.

Name
of the
Return

Scope of
the Return

Frequency

To be
prepared by

Procedure for forwarding
the Return to the

Reserve Bank of India

1.

BSR-1A

All borrowal accounts
with credit limits over
Rs.2 lakhs are to be
individually listed along
with particulars of
district and population
group of the place of
utilisation, type of
account, organisation,
occupation, category ofborrower, asset
classification, rate of
interest, credit limit and
amount outstanding in
respect each loan or
advance

Annual,
as on
31st March

All branches/
offices of
banks

The branches/offices of the banks should forward the BSR-1A and BSR-1B returns together and also BSR-2 to their Regional/ Head Office. The Regional/ Head Office of the banks should perform preliminary scrutiny and rectification of errors, if any, and arrange to transcribe the data in soft form and forward the data to the Regional/ Central Office, Department of Statistical Analysis and Computer Services,

 

BSR-1B

All borrowal accounts
with credit limits of Rs.2 lakhs and less are to be classified according to occupation and
aggregate figures for
each occupation
should be furnished in
a consolidated from for
each branch.

-do-

-do-

Reserve Bank of India, within four months from the reference date. The data should be submitted in magnetic media or sent through email. The banks should get the sample printout of data blocks verified from the respective DESACS Regional Offices of Reserve Bank of India and forward the edited data with proper file structure to the Regional/Central

2.

BSR-2

Category-wise number
of staff, number of staff,
number of
accounts
and
amount
outstanding
according
to type of deposits and
classification of all term
deposits according to
original maturity, broad
interest rate ranges,
size of deposits and
residual maturity.

-do-

-do-

Office, DESACS, Reserve
Bank of India, within four
months from the
reference date.

3.

BSR-3

Bank’s
advance
against security of
selected
sensitive
commodities.

Monthly, as
on the last
Friday of
every
month.

Head Office
of banks

Head Offices of banks should collect information from branches which account for 80-85% of advances and the consolidated return should be sent to the Adviser-in- Charge, Monetary Policy Department, Reserve Bank of India, Central Office Bldg., Mumbai 400 001.

4.

BSR-4

Ownership
deposits
pattern of

Annual, on
sample
basis, as
on 31st
March

The selected
sample
branches/
offices of
banks

The selected branches/ offices will forward the returns to the Regional/ Head Offices. The Regional/ Head Offices will send the returns to the Regional/ Central Office, Department of Statistical Analysis and Computer Services, Reserve Bank of

5.

BSR-5

Pattern
of Investment
of bank in Central and
State
Government
Securities,
Other
Trustee
Securities,
shares, etc.

Annual, as
on 31st
March

The Head
Offices of
banks

To be forwarded to the Director, Banking Statistics Division, DESACS, Central Office, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, within two months from the reference date.

6.

BSR-6

Survey
of Debits to
Deposit Accounts

Quinque-
nnial on
sample
basis for
April-
March of
the year

The selected
sample
branches/
offices of
banks.

The selected branches/ offices will forward the returns to the Regional/ Head Offices. The Regional/Head Offices will send the returns to the Regional/ Central Office,Department of Statistical Analysis and Computer Services, Reserve Bank of India, within two months from the reference date.

7.

BSR-7

Quarterly survey on
Aggregate Deposits
and Gross Bank Credit.

Quarterly
as on the
31st March
and last
Friday of
June,
September
and
December
of the year

Branch-wise
information to
be prepared
by Head
Offices of the
banks

To be forwarded to the Director, Banking Statistics Division, DESACS, Central Office, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, within three weeks from the reference date.


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