NHAI Capital Gain Bonds – How to Buy NHAI Bonds Online?

NHAI Capital Gain Bonds

NHAI Capital Gain Bonds


An Indian taxpayer who wishes to claim the exemption from LTCG i.e. Long-Term Capital Gains has to invest the money in the capital gains bonds within 6 months from the date of booking Capital Gains. It is possible by investing the capital gain amount in specific bonds, also known as 54 EC or Capital Gains Bonds. However, these bonds do not allow any tax exemption on STCG i.e. Short Term Capital Gains tax.
The bonds that are specified under Capital Gain Bonds are issued by the NHAI i.e. National Highways Authority of India. NHAI Capital Gain Bonds come with the highest credit rating i.e. CRISIL AAA/Stable by CRISIL Ltd.
The key features of these bonds are:

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Issued byNational Highways Authority of India
RegistrarBeetal Financial & Computer Services (P) Ltd.
Investment OptionOnline or Offline.
EligibilityAny individual, Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), approved institution and non-resident Indian (NRI), can invest in these bonds provided certain conditions are met.
Mode of HoldingPhysical or Demat.
Issue priceINR 10000/- per Bond
Minimum investment One Bond
Maximum investment 500 Bonds
TransferabilityNon-transferable and Non-negotiable
Loan facilityNo
Lock in Period5 Years
MaturityAt par, 5 years from Deemed Date of Allotment
Interest paymentAnnually On 1st April and Final Interest at the time of Maturity.
Rate of Interest5.00% annually
Redemption5 years
Tax StatusTaxable
Tax BenefitSEC 54 EC

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How to Buy NHAI Capital Gain Bonds Online?


Time needed: 5 minutes.

Follow the steps given below for applying for bonds online.

  1. Application Form

    You could invest online in NHAI Capital Gain Bonds using the below link.

  2. Mode of Holding

    You could select to opt between Demat and Physical mode. However, in case you wish to hold bonds in Demat form, select the “Demat Mode” and enter your Demat account details.

  3. Document Upload

    You can upload the following document for verification.
    1. Cancel Cheques of your bank account for remitting interest or redemption amount.
    2. Self-attested copy of Pan Card as well as Address proof.

  4. Online Payment

    Make the online payment through debit card / net banking to finally complete the transaction. The
    effective date of investment would be the date of credit of funds in the issuer’s bank account.

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Application Form

  • Forms must be accompanied by either a cheque or a DD i.e. demand draft, drawn in favor of “National Highways Authority of India” and crossed “Account Payee Only”. However, cheques or DDs must be drawn on any registered bank including a Co-operative Bank, which is a member of the Banker’s Clearing house, located at the place.
  • The PAN no. should be mentioned in the Application Form. A self-certified copy of PAN card, Adhar card and certified copy of address proof of 1st Applicant and one canceled cheque should be submitted along with the application form.
  • The application form can be deposited at any branch of UBI i.e. Union Bank of India, HDFC Bank & IndusInd Bank, and designated branches of IDBI Bank, Canara Bank, ICICI Bank, and Axis Bank.

NHAI Capital Gain Bonds Allotment Status


Investors could check the status of the application from the below link. Usually, it takes 10-15 working days
for the status to get updated in the below links.

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Contact Details

Name & Address of Registrar & Contact PersonTelephone Number and Email IDs
M/s Beetal Financial & Computer Services Pvt Ltd 99, Beetal, House, Nr. Harsukhdas Mandir, Behind Local Shopping Centre Madangir, New Delhi-110062
Contact Person: Sh. Anil Pal & Sh. S.P. Gupta
Tel :011-2996128183
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