SIDBI Grade A Descriptive English Most probable Business Letter Topics-2022

SIDBI Most Important letter topics
  1. You want to start a small business in your area, and for the business, you require a loan of Rs. 10 lakh under the SIDBI Trader Finance Scheme, with maximum repayment tenure of 60 months. Write a letter to the Manager requesting the loan.
  2. Write a letter to the manager requesting a loan of Rs. 90 lakh under Partnership with OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) for the purchase of machines and equipment.
  3. You happen to know that SIDBI offers Finance schemes for sustainable development, which includes cleaner production and energy efficiency in MSMEs. You have a keen interest in establishing an MSME on its basis. Write a letter to the Manager requesting him/her to provide you with full details about the scheme.
  4. You have already a big set-up, but it requires urgent up-gradation to sustain with the fast-changing market scenario. For the up-gradation, you require loans. Write a letter to the Manager requesting for details and loan procedures.
  5. You’re already running a small business set-up with 30 employees, who require skill development for quality enhancement. Write a letter to the Manager of SIDBI for the details.
  6. Write a letter to the Manager for a Top-up loan for immediate purposes.
  7. You have a big business set-up, which consumes huge electricity. You have planned to switch to green energy, and for this purpose, you want to get assistance for rooftop solar panels. Write a letter to the manager requesting a term loan for the purpose.
  8. Write a letter of complaint to the Bank Manager for poor services being rendered to his/her customers on the premises.
  9. Write a letter to the Bank Manager giving good feedback for the services rendered by all the staff members on the premises.
  10. Write a letter to the Bank Manager complaining to him about the delay of the loan applied for, despite the fact the loan is expected to sanction in around 7-8 working days if everything is clear.
  11. Write a letter to the Bank asking him/her on which basis your loan application has been rejected.
  12. You’re running a boutique, which wants to replenish its stock in view of the forthcoming festival season. Draft a requisition to the bank asking to grant an overdraft facility for Rs. 5 lakhs.
  13. Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting a refund for a wrongful charge or deduction by the bank.
  14. Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting him for lowering the interest rate of a loan applied for. Outline why you are looking for a cut in the interest rate.
  15. Write a letter to the Bank Manager informing about the death of an account holder by the next of kin and ask for a transfer of assets.