Posted May 02, 2018 13:24:25When we talk about the banks that get the largest compensation, we are referring to the largest of them all, the State Bank of India (SBI), which is the largest lender in the country.
But what about the other big banks that are part of the same family?
According to the latest data, the three largest banks in the Indian community are Bank of Baroda, BSNL and HDFC.
The four largest banks of India have been receiving huge payments from the government of India for the past four years.
The government has paid out around $5 billion for them in the last four years, and has received nearly $2 billion in 2016-17.
These payments have been received from the Government of India’s Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) program, a cash transfer that was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and implemented by banks in August 2018.
The DBT program is the biggest of its kind in the world, providing a direct transfer to all households in India, including farmers, farmers’ families, people with disabilities, and those in poverty.
The government has already allocated around $1.5 billion to banks for the DBT scheme over the next three years.
In 2019, it has also set aside around $250 million for the scheme.
This has helped the government to raise a huge amount of cash for the banks in 2019-20.
The biggest beneficiary of the DBTT is the State Government of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (INS), which receives about $2.5 million a year from the scheme, as per the latest figures from the Ministry of Finance.
This amount has been distributed to the banks through their own bank accounts.
The remaining beneficiaries of the scheme include the Bank of Bhutan, the Bank Of Sri Lanka, the National Bank of Bangladesh, and the Bank in Assam.
The Government of Assam has already received about $1 billion in DBT funds for 2019-2020, and is set to receive more than $500 million by 2022-23.
The banks of the three Indian states, including the three major banks of Assamese, also get the benefit of the cash transfer.
According to the government’s figures, the state government of the State of Andaman & Nicobar islands received about Rs 8,000 crore in DBTT payments from September to December 2017.
In the next year, the government has allocated another $600 million in cash transfers to the state for the implementation of the schemes.
In addition to receiving the DBTS cash transfers, the Indian Government of Small and Medium Enterprises (IGSE) received about half a billion rupees in DB touts in 2019.
The money was distributed to all the small and medium enterprises in the state.
The state of Andhra Pradesh, which is part of India, received about 40 billion rupee in DB Touts in the previous financial year.
The amount was distributed through the state’s bank accounts, with the money being given to small and middle-sized businesses.
The amount of DBT cash transfers received by the state has been increasing since the beginning of the year, as the government is working to improve the efficiency of the financial system.
The DBT system is an alternative to bank deposits and transfers, which are used to facilitate the purchase and sale of goods and services.
The bank transfers are cash payments to the bank instead of bank deposits.
The total amount received in DBt payments from April-September this year was $5,876 crore.
This is also the second year in a row that the state of India has been the largest beneficiary of DB Tout payments.
In 2018-19, the cash transfers were distributed to about 1.8 crore people in the State.
The cash payments in 2019 have been distributed by the government through banks.
The State Bank in Hyderabad received the biggest chunk, with around $400 million.
The payments are being sent to households of people living in the tribal areas of the state, where a lot of the jobs are performed.
The funds are used for various projects and schemes for the tribal communities.