Templeton Foods (Rs 531.7 million), Paritran Medical College & Hospital (Rs 511.4 million), Rathi Ispat (Rs 454.8 million), James Hotel (Rs 335.0 million) and Jain Overseas (Rs 334.1 million) are among the other big loan defaulters.
The remaining firms which are listed in the sale process are Dharmnath Investment, The Mobile Store Services, Avon Life Sciences, Zoom Vallabh Steel, Collage Estate Pvt Ltd, Crown Milk Specialities and Gurukul Education & Charitable Trust.
PNB said the submission of financial bids will be only through e-auction method which will take place on the bank's portal on September 20.
These accounts are concentrated at Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Patna, Chandigarh and Patna zones of Punjab National Bank.
The public sector lender had put three NPA accounts for sale in April this fiscal and another three accounts in July with collective dues of more than Rs 3.50 billion.
The scam-hit lender made NPA recoveries of over Rs 77.00 billion in the first quarter of 2018-19, which surpassed the total recoveries it made in full 2017-18, as the bank intensified its efforts to cut bad loans from its balance sheet.
Jewellers Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, in connivance with certain PNB officials posted at a Mumbai branch of PNB, allegedly cheated the bank of about Rs 140.00 billion through issuance of fraudulent Letters of Undertaking (LoUs).
PNB had unearthed the fraud in February this year and reported to relevant authorities. A multi-agency probe is presently on in the matter.
The bank had gross bad loans of Rs 828.8879 billion on its books by the end of the first quarter of this fiscal, which was over 18 per cent of the gross loans.