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      SBI Clerk 2018: A chance to make a dream career

      AUG 13, 2018

      SBI is the largest bank in the country and also offers attractive salary package to the freshers who join as Clerk in the bank

      Do Government Banks Share Profits with Employees?

      DEC 06, 2017

      SBI has already sent the written proposal to Ministry of Finance to introduce a profit sharing scheme with its employees.  The proposal is still pending with the Ministry.

      SBI PO or SBI Clerk Which one is more suitable for Women?

      MAR 01, 2017

      In this article, we shall compare the job profile of clerk and probationary officer in the largest commercial bank in the country from the perspective of a woman.

      IBPS Clerk vs SBI Clerk: Which one is better?

      SEP 05, 2016

      The basic pay and other allowances are almost same for SBI and other public sector banks because all are bound by government rules and regulations. Hence, in terms of salary, there is not much to choose for between the two. However, promotion chances are good at SBI as compare to other public sector bank.

      Similarities and Differences in the Job Profiles of SSC CGL and SBI Clerk

      AUG 09, 2016

      In this article, a brief analysis is done for the job profile. SSC CGL and SBI Clerical recruitments are the two most prominent recruitment exercises carried out in the public sector in India. Both the job advertisements evoke huge response from the job seekers. For more detail, go through the article.

      Coaching Institutes v Online Preparation: Pros and cons

      MAY 09, 2016

      Wondering if you should opt for coaching classes? Are the new online courses for competitive exam preparation really good? Read on and find answers to all such questions.

      What is the promotion policy for bank clerks?

      APR 25, 2016

      Candidates who have ensured their place in any nationalised bank across the country would have to undergo their service for at least a period of two years in order to be eligible for promotion. The candidates must have been posted in rural areas or semi urban areas to appear for promotional exams.

      Working Profile of Customer Relationship Manager that you should know

      APR 20, 2016

      Perhaps, You are aware of the relationship manager job profile introduced in Banking sector. But, the responsibilities and role of customer relationship management in banking that you don’t care about. To know more click here..

      Are Bank jobs good for engineers?

      APR 19, 2016

      While the entire world has hit bad during the recession in the year 2008 and the World Bank was suffering through the great depression, the Indian banking sector stood firm and held its head high because of the structural measures it had taken to curb the recession. The stability and growth rate of the industry has lured many candidates from different streams towards its ambit.

      Only Graduates eligible for Bank Clerk - Is this justified?

      DEC 28, 2015

      With recent changes in IBPS clerk exam, the minimum educational eligibility criteria have been hiked to graduation. Read on to find out why was the Bank Clerk Exam eligibility criteria modified?

      How is the life of a clerk in Public Sector Banks?

      DEC 28, 2015

      Bankers working with nationalised banks are of the view that the twin factors of achieving operational efficiency and better labour relations may have led banks to hire more officers than clerks. Officers are required to work 24/7. However, in the case of clerks, you are required to pay overtime.

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