Posted on 10 July 2011 by admin
Indian Bank’s Association has issued Notice for Common Exam of Personnel in Clerical Cadre and Entry Level Officers. It has been decided to introduce a system of common exam for initial short listing of the candidates for selection of personnel in clerical cadre and entry level officer cadre and specialist officers.The exam will be conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) twice in a year for each cadre.
Candidates appearing for the exam will be given a score card. The score card will be valid for 1 year. Banks who want to recruit candidates will invite applications from candidates who hold valid score card.
Participated banks are Allahabad Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Central Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Andhra Bank, Canara Bank, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas bank, OBC, PNB, Punjab & Sind Bank, Syndicate Bank, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India, UCO Bank and Vijaya Bank.
For other details regarding Indian Bank’s Association Common Recruitment exam visit at the following link:
Indian Bank’s Association Website
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Posted on 10 April 2011 by admin
State Bank of India’s new chairman Pratip Chaudhuri on Friday set his agenda for the largest commercial bank in the country, promising to consolidate the trailblazing gains made during the five-year tenure of former chairman OP Bhatt. Chaudhuri vowed to bring down bad loans and do a balancing act on the teaser home loan issue.
“We will consolidate the gains made during the tenure of Mr Bhatt. Now that we have been catapulted to the leadership position, we would like to consolidate the operations. Deposit taking would remain as important. Technology would be high priority and international operations will continue expansion. We would also bring down non-performing assets (NPAs) to appropriate levels,” Chaudhuri said after chairing the first board meeting of the bank.
SBI’s aim will be to position itself as a retail banking leader. “We need to take corrective measures to boost topline growth,” he said. Bhatt had taken SBI to greater heights through his aggressive moves on the retail front, especially home loans.