By Lalit Garg The definition of ideal leadership is, “Taking everyone together, decision-making ability, right solution to the problem, equality of words, faith in people, foresight, participation in public grief, imagination and creativity.” If that is so then, the Parliament of India has made it worthwhile by unanimously passing the bill to cut the salaries […]
Ranchi : Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM), the revolutionary app developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) is live for customers of 59 banks as on October 31, 2017. The app which was launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on December 30, 2016 has emerged as a preferred choice for millions of people who admire the app due to the convenience offered to the users.
BHIM works 24X7 and money gets transferred directly to the user’s bank account. One can also make a payment by scanning QR code. The other useful feature of the app is that one can even initiate a collect request for funds to any BHIM or Unified Payments Interface (UPI) app user.
Anil Lahori, a thirty year old wealth manager uses BHIM App almost daily. He has linked his multiple bank accounts with one single BHIM app so that he can check all his bank accounts in one single app. He prefers to use BHIM app instead of going to his bank branch or ATM to check balance or transfer funds. He has created UPI ID which is his financial payment address that can be shared instead of sharing bank account number and IFS Code for transferring funds.