There are many perks and benefits associated with largest commercial bank of India. Here we are providing salary structure, allowances of SBI PO job.
SBI is extra sensitive towards the problems of female employees and that is evident from its sabbatical leave policy.Here are reasons for females to join SBI.
There are various reasons to join this bank and we shall look at the most compelling of them in this article so that candidates get motivated to work harder to get into the prestigious bank.
In order to retain talent rand motivate its employees, State Bank of India (SBI) is planning to offer up to 3% of annual profit to employees.
In SBI as PO you have to sell the products as well as have to do your bit of cross-selling. The silver lining is that you are not in the line of fire if you are not able to achieve your targets. Most of the targets are achievable so no need to worry.
To retain women employees in the bank, SBI plan to launch work from facility. This gives one more reason to female candidates to join SBI.
SBI PO Prelims examination 2018 is scheduled to be held in the month of April. Now candidates have so many queries regarding service conditions in SBI. Here we are providing details on the bond period in SBI.
In this article, we shall try to answer this doubt by discussing various pros and cons about both the profiles so that you can make an informed choice.
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.
The IBPS SO exam will be conducted in two phases i.e Prelims and Mains. Here are detailed exam pattern and syllabus of IBPS SO VII exam.
Medical services include all medical requirements/ medical complication of an employee. Here we are discussing the provisions in the medical facility scheme for SBI employees.
A good leader can see the future and also helps the followers to get adapted to that as easily and seamlessly as possible. The present SBI Chairman has done exactly the same.
Jagranjosh team has come up with an article to trench the curiosity of IBPS/SBI Aspirants about the training session held after the selection. In this article, Various training methods are explained from the time of joining till the Deputation.
In this article, we have made a comparison between SSC IT inspector and SBI PO on the basis of offered salary, perks, place of postings, transfer policy and recruitment body. Get full story.
The success of the present MD-CEO of India’s second largest bank is not only driving the retail banking to the top but also making it happen when it was very difficult to make inroads in the retail banking sector in India.
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.
SBI PO job is one of the most sought after jobs among banking aspirants because of more salary than other public sector banks along with plenty of opportunities for growth and promotion in career. So, is it really worth what it is held in such high esteem for? Let us look at the pros and cons.
It may be difficult to prepare for civil services along with bank job but with proper time management and dedication working candidates or banking professional can crack civil services examination.
As an officer of a PSB in the country, you get a decent salary to live a decent life. Obviously, salary is less than that of a SBI Officer and allowances are also not as good as SBI. However, you get mostly similar allowances in all Public sector banks.
Both the banking and private IT industry has its pros and cons and thus requires much deliberation before choosing any of these as career. The job security and growth always remains the key areas in any job opportunity which the candidates look out for. In case of SBI PO, the job security is much better than that of any post in the private sector IT industry.]
Banks are gradually taking note of various issues facing by women in public sector banks and are implementing policies in order to retain talent in the future. But why are there so few women bankers in India? Let us find out the possible reasons.
As per a tentative estimate, about 39,000 bank employees are expected to retire in the current financial year, of which around 18,500 are at posted at officer level, while 14,500 will be pensioned off at clerical level.
It has been decided to conduct a Supplementary Preliminary Examination for such candidates who could not appear in Preliminary Examination conducted on 9th July 2016 in Srinagar city.
The SBI PO examination pattern and marks allocation for the subjects has recently changed and thus it has significant differences from the IBPS PO selection. This article would look after the differences in the pattern for both the exams and allow the candidates to understand the basic differences and ways to approach the exam.
In the interview level itself, it is observed that number of engineers is there to be interviewed in order to get a place in banking sector. This is a pretty new trend specially after the boom of IT industry in India in the first decade of the 21st century. People were then reluctant to even think about banking, however, now they are mainly focused on banking after degree. Why?
There are many banks in India for responding to the local needs as well as international aspirations. But the international footprint of Indian banks has not been at a desirable level at all. The merger is seen as the first step towards the much hyped consolidation move in the Indian banking industry.
If we compare the entry level, the average CTC in a PSB will be around 5.7 lakhs whereas the private sector pays around 4 lakhs per annum to its freshers but once you climb up the corporate ladder, the Chairman of SBI gets around 24 lakhs in compensation compared to around 5.2 crore for her counterpart in ICICI bank.
The increasing numbers of bank jobs due to opening up of new branches of the public and private sector banks, more and more candidates are joining the banking sector after completing professional courses such as Engineering and MBA. The better career and pay promise of the banks are luring the candidates towards its ambit along with development in the overall technology of banking and its operation. More candidates, due to the lack of proper job market in engineering, are shifting base to join the banking sector.
Public Sector Banks have seen very few women in the top as well as middle managements cadres in the recent years though the participation of women workforce in other sectors is noteworthy. PSBs have a number of reasons to take care of the same.
Though the name and the brand of the SBI speak for itself, the compensation package offered by the bank is very good and it is something that should motivate you to go for the job with your full efforts.