SBI continues to hire, invites application before January 11

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SBI continues to hire, invites application before January 11
Candidates willing to apply for Engineering and Non-engineering positions can do it by visiting the SBI official website: sbi.co.in. They will find the notification and other details on the career section of India’s leading Public sector bank.

SBI continues to hire, invites application before January 11, 2021

State Bank of India sought applications for specialist cadre officers through multiple advertisements. As many as 489 vacancies will be filled under this drive. The registration that has started on Tuesday, December 22 will continue till January 11. 

Candidates willing to apply for Engineering and Non-engineering positions can do it by visiting the SBI official website: www.sbi.co.in They will find the notification and other details on the career section of India’s leading Public sector bank.

Candidates for most of these posts will be selected on the basis of online tests, while for some posts aspirants will be called for an interview after shortlisting their application.  

State Bank of India (SBI) has planed to hire at-least 14,000 people this year. It has an existing workforce of 2.5 lakh employees.

In the month of September, SBI has announced a VRS scheme and said in media statement that its recent offering with regard to on tap voluntary retirement scheme should not be seen as an austerity measure.

“There have been media reports about the On Tap VRS scheme proposed to be introduced by SBI. The reports have been interpreted as a cost cutting measure and Bank’s intent to reduce workforce,” it said. “Bank has been employee friendly and is expanding its operations and requires people, which is evidenced by the fact that Bank has plans of recruiting more than 14,000 employees this year.”

It also added that the on tap VRS scheme was aimed at providing a congenial solution to employees who expressed desire for making strategic shift in their vocations, either due to professional growth limitations, mobility issues, physical health conditions or family situations.

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