How to apply for a Personal Loan for Doctors

Apply online in just a few easy steps to get our Personal loan for doctors.

How to apply for a doctor loan

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Step-by-step guide to apply for a personal loan for doctors

  1. Click on the ‘APPLY’ button on this page.
  2. Enter your 10-digit mobile number and OTP.
  3. Fill in the application form with your basic personal and professional details.
  4. Once the form is filled, click on ‘PROCEED’ to go to the loan selection page.
  5. Enter the loan amount that you need. You can choose from our three variants – Term Loan, Flexi Term Loan, and Flexi Hybrid Loan.
  6. Choose the repayment tenure – you can select tenure options ranging from 12 months to 96 months – and click on ‘PROCEED’.
  7. Complete the KYC and submit your personal loan for doctors application.

Note: Keep your medical registration certificate handy to finish the KYC process.

Our representative will guide you on the next steps. The loan amount will be transferred to your bank account upon verification of your documents.

Frequently asked questions

What is the maximum loan amount that you can get?

You can get a loan of up to Rs. 80 lakh by meeting our simple eligibility parameters. Bajaj Finserv offers hassle-free personal loans for doctors that help in financing their expenses.

What documents are required to get a personal loan for doctors?

You will need documents such as:

  • KYC documents such as PAN, Aadhaar, driving license, voter’s ID, or a passport
  • Medical registration certificate
  • Bank account details
Can I apply for a personal loan for doctors if I already have an existing loan?

You can apply for a personal loan for doctors even if you have an existing loan. Your loan repayment capacity will be checked before approval.

What is the Flexi Term Loan?

Flexi Term Loan is a unique variant of our personal loan for doctors. It allows you to withdraw from your assigned loan amount or pay a part of your loan as and when you need it.

You are charged interest only on the amount that you withdraw. There is no part-prepayment fee applicable.

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