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3 Reasons Why SBI Clerk Recruitment Could Be the Chance for Great Careers

By Preeti Subscribe to RSS | January 14th 2012 | Views:

Aspirants of bank jobs will find the news of SBI clerk recruitment quite exciting because of the great careers which are lying ahead for the recruits. SBI is the largest public sector bank in the country not only in terms of customers but also with regards to the balance sheet, market capitalisation, number of branches and the profits. It is also one of the oldest banks in India, which goes back more than 50 years. Along the years, State Bank of India has been able to develop a faith in the minds of people and has been able to create the trust of the general public in its functionalities. It is because of the customer base that the bank is nowadays foraying into various other financial matters involving insurance, loans, mutual funds, etc.

The overall effect that the bank creates in the minds of the people is of a trustworthy organisation, where the money is in safe hands. The same eagerness is being seen among the public when it comes to the SBI clerk recruitment, because people understand the few factors which would provide them with great careers. Every year, a number of vacancies are coming out in the country in the State Bank of India and people are also appearing in the entrance exams for clerical posts in these banks. There are few reasons which can explain why people are choosing the SBI clerk recruitment for giving a boost to their careers, and that too from a very early age.

Finances – The pay scale of the recruits in the clerical position is initially around the mark of 15,000 INR, which goes on increasing along with the years of service. Along with the pay proper, there are other facilities such as dearness allowance, CPF, etc. Employees are paid as per the amount specified like in any other government job, due to which the financial worries are almost nil.

Plenty –Whenever the SBI clerk recruitment is advertised, it is usually for hundreds of posts, and this is done almost every year. Due to the growth and expansion of the banks, people have a number of posts to apply for, which increases their chances of scoring through the entrance exams. With these jobs, the bank stresses on local recruitment and posting, which means that people have a high probability of getting posted in and around their home states, usually.

Early job – Age range for applying for SBI clerk recruitment is from 18 to 28 years and the minimum educational qualification is 12th standard pass with a minimum score of 60%, which means, students can go for these jobs, at a very early age. The usual age range when a student passes the 10+2 exam is about 16-18 years and by the time of graduation, one is about 21-22 years, which means that a person can get into clerical jobs in SBI by age 22 which is quite less to be earning. And when people start the jobs from such a young age, they can get promoted and have increment in the salary to a very high amount by the time of retirement.

There are plenty of good reasons for the aspiring candidates to go for the SBI clerk recruitment including the ones mentioned above. It is only a matter of determination and grit to crack the entrance test. Then onwards, life in the jobs is sure to traverse through an easy path.

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SarkariExam is the first job Portal in India dedicated to provide details of all Government Jobs. Explore Sarkari Naukri, SBI Clerk Recruitment, SBI Recruitment and much more.

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