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Date : Sep 23, 2022
Auction of State Government Securities

The following State Governments have offered to sell stock by way of auction, for an aggregate amount of ₹27,736 Crore (Face Value).

Sr. No State Amount to be raised
(₹ Cr)
Additional Borrowing (Greenshoe) Option
(₹ Cr)
Type of Auction
1 Andhra Pradesh 500 - 6 Yield
500 - 12 Yield
2 Bihar 1000 - 10 Yield
3 Goa 100 - 10 Yield
4 Gujarat 1500 500 4 Yield
5 Haryana 1500 - 10 Yield
6 Kerala 1436 - 18 Yield
7 Maharashtra 2000 - 8 Yield
2000 - 10 Yield
8 Manipur 100 - 10 Yield
9 Mizoram 100 - 15 Yield
10 Punjab 2500 - 20 Yield
11 Rajasthan 1000 - 10 Yield
500 - Reissue of 7.85% Rajasthan SDL 2039 issued on June 22, 2022 Price
12 Tamil Nadu 3000 - Reissue of 7.13% Tamil Nadu SDL 2047 issued on February 16, 2022 Price
1500 - Reissue of 7.03% Tamil Nadu SDL 2051 issued on June 02, 2021 Price
1500 - Reissue of 7.33% Tamil Nadu SDL 2052 issued on February 02, 2022 Price
13 Uttar Pradesh 2500 - 10 Yield
14 West Bengal 2000 - 10 Yield
2500 - 16 Yield
  TOTAL 27,736    

The auction will be conducted on the Reserve Bank of India Core Banking Solution (E-Kuber) system on September 27, 2022 (Tuesday). The Government Stock up to Ten per cent of the notified amount of the sale of each stock will be allotted to eligible individuals and institutions subject to a maximum limit of One per cent of its notified amount for a single bid per stock as per the Scheme for Non-competitive Bidding Facility. Individual investors can also place bids as per the non-competitive scheme through the Retail Direct portal (

Both competitive and non-competitive bids for the auction should be submitted in electronic format on the Reserve Bank of India Core Banking Solution (E-Kuber) system on September 27, 2022 (Tuesday). The competitive bids should be submitted between 10.30 A.M. and 11.30 A.M. and non-competitive bids should be submitted between 10.30 A.M. and 11.00 A.M.

In case of technical difficulties, Core Banking Operations Team (email; Phone no: 022-27595666, 022-27595415, 022-27523516) may be contacted.

For other auction related difficulties, IDMD Auction Team can be contacted (email; Phone no: 022-22702431, 022-22705125).

Only in the event of system failure, physical bids would be accepted. Such physical bids should be submitted to the Public Debt Office (email; Phone no: 022-22632527, 022-22701299) in the prescribed form obtainable from RBI website ( before the auction timing ends.

The yield percent per annum expected by the bidder should be expressed up to two decimal points. An investor can submit more than one competitive bid at same/different rates of yield or prices in electronic format on the Reserve Bank of India Core Banking Solution (E-Kuber) system. However, the aggregate amount of bids submitted by a bidder should not exceed the notified amount for each State.

The Reserve Bank of India will determine the maximum yield /minimum price at which bids will be accepted. Stock will be issued for a minimum nominal amount of ₹10,000.00 and multiples of ₹10,000.00 thereafter.

The results of the auction will be announced on September 27, 2022 (Tuesday) and payment by successful bidders will be made during banking hours on September 28, 2022 (Wednesday) at Mumbai and at respective Regional Offices of RBI.

The new State Government Stocks will bear interest at the rates determined by RBI at the auctions. For the new stock, interest will be paid half yearly on March 28 and September 28 of each year till maturity. For the re-issued Government Stock, interest will be paid at the rate as determined on the date of original issue of Government Stock and will be paid on half yearly basis till maturity. The Stocks will be governed by the provisions of the Government Securities Act, 2006 and the Government Securities Regulations, 2007.

The investment in State Government Stocks will be reckoned as an eligible investment in Government Securities by banks for the purpose of Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) under Section 24 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949. The stocks will qualify for the ready forward facility.

Director (Communications)

Press Release: 2022-2023/928