Jandhan Account: Know the balance of your Jan Dhan account with just one missed call, save this number instantly

 Jandhan Account: Under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, customers get many facilities. This bank account is a zero balance savings account. Apart from this, many special facilities are available in it including overdraft and Rupay card.


New Delhi: If you have also opened Jan Dhan account, then you can check your balance by giving just one missed call sitting at home. Along with this, it is also very important to link the account with Aadhaar (Link Aadhar with Jan Dhan). Let us tell you that under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, customers get many facilities. This bank account is a zero balance savings account. Apart from this, many special facilities are available in it including overdraft and Rupay card. Today we will tell you how you can easily check your account balance sitting at home.

 

 

Check balance in these two ways

You can check your Jan Dhan account balance in two ways. In this, the first way is through missed call and the second way is through PFMS portal.

 

 

1. Through PFMS Portal

For PFMS portal, you have to first go to this link https://pfms.nic.in/NewDefaultHome.aspx#. Here you have to click on 'Know Your Payment'. After that you have to enter your account number. Here you have to enter the account number twice. After that the captcha code has to be filled. Now your account balance will appear in front of you.

2. Via missed call

If you have Jan Dhan account with State Bank of India then you can check balance through missed call. For this, you have to give a missed call on 18004253800 or 1800112211. Keep in mind that customers can make a missed call on this from their registered mobile number.

 

 You can also open account

If you want to open your Jan Dhan account (how to open jandhan account?) then you have to go to your nearest bank. Here you have to fill the form of Jan Dhan account. In this you have to fill all your details. The customer applying will have to provide his/her name, mobile number, bank branch name, applicant's address, nominee, occupation/employment and annual income and number of dependents, SSA code or ward number, village code or town code etc.

According to the PMJDY website, you can get Jan Dhan account opened through documents like passport, driving license, PAN card number, voter ID card issued by the Election Commission, MGNREGA job card signed by a state government official.

 This is the way to know the balance of your Jan Dhan account with just one missed call.