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Welcome to Sarkari Naukri Samachar – We publish all types of job notifications government, private, public sector units and Banks. The below are latest available bank jobs for bank job aspirants. These include job notifications of all banks (Nationalised banks, Gramin banks and Private Banks). Only short details of Current Bank Job Openings in All Over India are given below and interested candidates can click on the respective link for full details of that bank recruitment.


Last Updated Date – 19th November 2014

Recruiting Bank
Vacancies
Last Date
6425
9th December
400
18th November
Karnataka Bank (Officer)
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7th November
2986
18th Sep
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1st September
311
19th August
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11th August
300
11th August
506
6th August
125
Various Dates
251
30th July

The advantages of Bank Jobs


Bank is not only a Bank to keep in trust your money or to get a loan from it, but also a first class employment generator in our country. It is Omni-present with the spread of its wings throughout the length and breadth of the country in urban as well as in rural areas. To cope up with the multifarious service activities, banks are filling up a large number of vacancies with excellent pay scales, perks and extending other facilities. People doing bank jobs feel that they are at their homes due to the fine environment and working conditions. Bank employees have the opportunity to interact with different types of people with different needs and enjoy their work in the service of their customers.

Indian Banks are playing a vital role in the nation’s agricultural, industrial, and commercial development as well as in creation of lakhs of Bank Job opportunities every year.

There are 29 nationalised banks, 80 Grameena Banks, 19 Private Sector Banks and 32 Foreign Banks operating in India with their 53,726 branches and 1,62,543 ATMs catering to the banking needs of people in the urban as well as rural areas of the country. This show, how large is the banking industry and the creation of Bank Jobs in this sector.

SBI is one of the largest employers in our country having 2,22,033 employees as on 31 March 2014. Currently, it has set the process for recruitment of 5092 vacancies in its clerical cadre. There are 45,132 female employees (20%). Similarly, the other public sector banks also are going for recruitment of large numbers of employees.

With the reforms initiated in the financial sector in 1990s, a good number of private banks, including some foreign banks have started the banking operations, resulting in recruitment of staff and officers in large numbers.

Jobs in Banks are the most sought after jobs with good pay scales, perks, working environment and working conditions. An entry level Clerk gets a basic salary of nearly Rs.8000 PM with additional allowances like DA, HRA, CCA, Special Allowance and other allowances. They have perks like free Medical Claim facilities, Leave Travel Concessions, Vehicle Advances, Housing Loans, Flood & Drought Advances, Festival Advances and many more liberal advances for free or at subsidised rates of interest.

Since they are white-collared employees, the Staff and Officers work in convenient hours with liberal leave facilities like Casual Leave, Privilege Leave, Sick Leave and Special Leave. Employees have the liberty to form Unions to represent their problems and protect their interest.

It is estimated that 80% of the top level cadres in public sector Banks retire within the next 4 to 5 years and to fill up the anticipated vacuum, Banks are liberally offering promotions to their employees. There is a very good opportunity for an entry level employee, even to reach the top level position within the next two decades in his/ her career with the Bank.

The recruitment procedure is systematic with transparent pre-set conditions and merit is the criteria for selection. In view of the large number of vacancies, a sincere effort needed for the recruitment test would be just enough to get a job in public sector Bank.

The top-most choice of unemployed youth is to have job security and these public sector Banks amply offer it.

With entry of private Banks in liberalisation phase in 1990s, they wanted a strong group of marketing personal to get customers for them and in this process, they have been recruiting skilled marketing personnel apart from the administrative staff, offering excellent salaries and perks. A good number of unemployed youth with the relevant marketing skills could get good jobs in these Banks.  The pay packages were so luring that even some Staff & Officers of public sector Banks left their jobs and joined the private Banks.

This is in nutshell about jobs in Banks in our country. There are a number of cadres to fit to the qualifications you possess. The prescribed qualifications for recruitment to various cadres range from 10th class up to Post Graduation and in some cases with specialisation levels. You can choose either administrative jobs or go in for lucrative marketing jobs. Tighten your belts and jump into the preparation mood to get the best of jobs of your liking.

Good Luck to YOU!


The below is the list of Nationalised Banks
Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India (BOI),  Bank of Maharashtra (BOM Bank) , Canara Bank, Central Bank of India (CBI Bank), Corporation Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank (IOB Bank), Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC Bank), Punjab National Bank (Bank), Punjab & Sind Bank (PSB Bank), Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India, Vijaya Bank, IDBI Bank, Dena Bank and Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGC).

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