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State Bank of India – SBI Deputy General Manager Recruitment 2018-19 Job Notification

Applications for recruitment of 2 vacant posts of Deputy General Manager in State Bank of India are invited. Interested candidates can apply before the final date by reading the given instructions. The last date for applying is December 25, 2018. Candidates for these positions will be selected on the basis of interview and experience.

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State Bank of India – SBI Deputy General Manager Recruitment 2018-19 Detail Report

Name of the Post – Deputy General Manager

Deputy General Manager @ State Bank of India

Published on 2018-12-04

Job Location – Corporate Center, Mumbai, 400021 Maharashtra

Number of vacancies – 2 posts

Employment Type – Contract

Salary – INR 1,00,000 / – per month

Age limit – 65 years. Please see the published notification for age relaxation and other information.

Application Fee – Rs.100 / – (SC / ST / PWD), Rs. 600 / – (General and Others)

Educational Qualifications

i. The official should either be a retired or serving officer, not below the rank of Deputy General Manager (or equivalent) of any Scheduled Commercial Bank / State Bank of India or formerly the State Bank of India (e- AB’s).

ii. The official should not have worked / any work in any capacity in the State Bank of India or the former Associate Banks of State Bank of India (e-AB’s).

iii. The official should have been superannuated or have taken voluntary retirement at a rank not less than that of a Deputy General Manager (or equivalent of Scheduled Commercial Bank other than SBI or formerly the Associate Banks of State Bank of India (e-AB’s).

How to apply – For detailed notification and other information, please see the Departmental Advertising and Application Form / Official Notification Link and Application click here.

Selection Process – Candidates will be selected based on their performance in written examination and interview.

Last date to apply – 2018-12-25

Apply soonSBI Deputy General Manager Recruitment 2 vacant posts of Deputy General Manager in State Bank of India are invited. Interested candidates can apply before the final date by reading the given instructions. The last date for applying is December 25, 2018. Candidates for these positions will be selected on the basis of interview and experience.

About State Bank of India

State Bank of India (State Bank of India / SBI) is India’s largest and oldest bank. On 2 June 1806, ‘Bank of Calcutta’ was established in Calcutta. After three years it got the charter and it was restructured as Bank of Bengal on 2 January 1809. It was a unique bank of its kind that was run by the British India and the Bengal Government on the common stock. The Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras were later introduced. These three banks remained the major banks of modern India until their merger was done on 27 January 1921 in Imperial Bank of India (Hindi translation – Indian Shahi Bank). The foundation of the first five year plan was laid in 1951 in which the emphasis was on the development of the villages.

By this time, the business of Imperial Bank of India was limited to cities only. Therefore, in view of rural development a bank was conceived which could reach villages and the rural people could benefit. As a result, on July 1, 1955, State Bank of India was established, in which the government’s share is 61.58%. [3] During its establishment, there were a total of 480 offices of the State Bank, which included branches, sub-branches and three local headquarters. Headquarters of Imperial Banks was built.

Official Website –  https://www.sbi.co.in/

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