Key Features

G-Sec Bonds  

  • Long term maturities above 1 year and up to 40 years
  • Coupon (interest) rate paid on face value payable half yearly
  • Effective yield/returns depends on issue price



  • Issued in three maturities of 91 days, 182 days and 364 days
  • T-bills are zero coupon securities i.e. there are no periodic interest payments
  • Issued at discount and redeemed at face value on maturity


State Development Loans

  • Long term maturities ranging from of 3 year to 35 year.
  • Coupon (interest)rate paid on face value payable semi-annually.
  • Issue price can be at Par, Discount or Premium.

Bidding Period of NSE

RBI conduct auction of G-sec  and T- bills on a weekly basis as per the schedule below. 


Government Security Bidding Period Starts on  Bidding Period Auction Date at RBI  Settlement Date
NSE e-GSec Ends on NSE e-GSec
T-Bills (91 day,182 day, 364 day) (Monday) (Tuesday) (Wednesday) (Thursday)
GoI Dated Securities (Tuesday) (Thursday) (Friday) (Monday)
SDL  State Development Loans (Monday) (Monday) (Tuesday) (Wednesday)

How to Invest G-Sec & T-Bills

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1. Internet Trading System : Login in your account> From the top menu, select IPO/FPO > IPO > and choose the paticular bond you want to invest in. from Trade IPO stocks instantly by logging into your account from our easy-to-navigate and speedy mPowered trading platform

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What is Limits for investors bidding amount?

The minimum amount for bidding will be Rs.10,000 (face value) and in multiples in Rs.10,000 thereafter. The maximum amount for a single non-competitive bid only for GOI dated securities should not exceed Rs.2,00,00,000 (face value) per security per auction. For T Bill5% of total issue size is reserved for non-competitive bidding

Who can participate in the Scheme

Any Individuals, firms, companies, corporate bodies, institutions, provident funds, trusts, or any other entity as may be specified by RBI


Are NRIs permitted to invest in government securities and t-bills?
NRIs are permitted to purchase Government dated securities or T bills on repatriation basis and/or Non-Repatriation basis. Purchase can be through funds held in NRE/NRO account. The NRE (PIS) Account is to be used exclusively for purchase or sell capital instruments of a listed Indian company on a r...
What is commission and is there any contract note format?

The brokerage/commission charges to investors shall as per the scheme for non-competitive bidding facility notified by RBI which is 6 paise per Rs. 100. Since this is primary market, there is no contract note format given by Exchange. 

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