SBI PO recruitment 2014 notification is updated through official website for Probationary Officers. SBI invites online job applications from Indian citizens for Probationary Officers. You can make a great career in banking industry applying for SBI PO jobs.
You can see notification of SBI PO recruitment 2014 visiting official website. Candidates can read www.sbi.co.in PO recruitment 2014 details downloading PDF file.
www.sbi.co.in PO recruitment 2014 eligibility criteria, educational qualification, age limit, reservation, pay scale, application fees, relaxation, exam pattern and syllabus are updated through advertisement. So, candidates should check the details of www.sbi.in PO recruitment 2014 first before applying the job. SBI PO recruitment 2014 notification is published in the recruitment section on the official website.
www.sbi.in PO Recruitment 2014:
www.sbi.in PO recruitment 2014 is advertised through Advertisement NO CRPD/PO/2014-15/01 for 1837 vacancies of Probationary Officers. It is the perfect job designation for candidates in banking industry. SBI PO recruitment 2014 notification is updated through the recruitment section. The post is open for any graduate candidates, who get their certificate as on 10th August, 2014. Their age should be not below 21 years and not above 30 years as on 1st April, 2014. However, there is an age relaxation for the reserved category candidates.
www.sbi.in PO vacancies 2014 are notified for total 1837 vacancies (235 for SC, 439 for ST, 405 for OBC and 758 for General; out of which 29 for VH and 31 for OH).
Eligible applicants have to pay Rs. 500 (Rs. 100 for SC/ST/PWD) as non-refundable application fee. Selection of the candidates will be made through online examination (Objective/Descriptive), GD and Interview.
SBI PO online registration 2014 will begin from 7th April, 2014. However, it will close on 25th April, 2014. Offline payment of fees will be received from 10th to 28th April, 2014. SBI PO Online Form 2014 is live at: http://ibps.sifyitest.com/sbipoapr14/ and will proceed from 7th April, 2014.
About State Bank of India:
State Bank of India (SBI) is the largest Nationalized Bank in India to offer banking and financial services. It is a public sector state-owned bank. SBI was the 29th most reputed Company in the world according to Forbes (5.6.2009).
State Bank of India Services:
State Bank of India offers a wide range of banking and financial services like – Personal Banking, Agricultural/Rural Banking, NRI Services, International Banking and Corporate Banking.
State Bank of India Personal Banking:
SBI Term Deposits, SBI Loan for Pensioners, SBI Recurring Deposits, Loan Against Mortgage of Property, SBI Housing Loan, Rent Plus Scheme, SBI Car Loan, Medi-Plus Scheme, SBI Educational Loan and SBI Personal Loan are the major products of State Bank of India under Personal Banking services.
State Bank of India NRI Services:
State Bank of India offers a wide range of banking and financial services for NRI customers also. There are Savings Bank, Current Accounts, Term Deposits, Non-Resident (Ordinary) Account etc. products for NRI customers.
State Bank of India International Banking:
State Bank of India has good presence in overseas banking also. It had 163 offices/branches in 33 countries as on 31st July, 2011. SBI is involved in Trade Finance, Merchant Banking and Correspondent Banking through International Banking services.
www.sbi.co.in Corporate Banking:
Corporate Accounts, Mid Corporate Group and Project Finance are major products of www.sbi.co.in under Corporate Banking services.
www.sbi.co.in Other Services:
www.sbi.co.in is involved in agricultural banking, rural banking, micro credit, demat services, government business, public provident fund, SBI e-Tax, SME services, loan services, insurance services and online banking services also. SBI Yuva Card, Safe Deposit Locker, eZ -Pay Card, State Bank Vishwa Yatra Foreign Travel Card, Multi-City Cheques, Western Union Money Transfer and Gold Banking Schemes are other services of www.sbi.co.in.
www.sbi.co.in Internet Banking:
www.sbi.co.in had total number of 67.31 lacs internet banking customers till June 2011. https://www.onlinesbi.com/ is the official website of SBI Internet Banking.
State Bank of India Internet Banking service is available for both customers - Corporate Banking and Personal Banking. You can access your account anywhere and anytime using internet banking service of SBI.
There are wide array of banking services that can be used through SBI Internet Banking - accounts activity, request for new cheques, account balance overview, transactions overview, payment of utility bills, E-Rail reservation, mutual funds investments, money transfer, online payment of taxes, demat accounts, TDS account and feature of updating account online.
You can download registration form for SBI online banking to apply for internet banking services. SBI online banking is rated as the safest banking services.
www.sbi.co.in Mobile Banking:
14.32 lacs customers were registered for SBI mobile banking services till June 2011. “State Bank FreedoM – Your Mobile Your Bank” is the main theme of SBI mobile banking. You can make your life convenient using SBI mobile banking services to make easier fund transfer, enquiry services, requests, bill pay, M-Commerce etc.
www.sbi.co.in Online Application:
You can apply online for education loan, home loan, SME loan, demat and car loan visiting www.sbi.co.in and clicking over ‘Apply Online Forms’ section.
www.sbi.co.in Head Office:
Head Office of www.sbi.co.in is located in Mumbai.
State Bank of India had offered 770 lacs Debit Cards till June 2011. SBI achieved net profit of Rs. 8264.52 crore in the financial year 2010-2011. The Bank had deposits of Rs. 933933 and Net Advances of Rs. 756719 crore as on 2010-2011.
www.sbi.in has a large network of branches in India and abroad. It has 14 local head offices and 57 zonal offices. SBI had total 13, 577 branches till June 2011. Number of group branches had 18, 324 till that date. The Bank had installed 20, 450 ATMs till June 2011. Number of ATMs for the group banks had 25, 444 till that date.
SBI Official Website:
www.sbi.co.in and www.statebank.com are the official websites of State Bank of India. Official website of SBI is featured with latest information of recruitment, loans, interest rates, savaging accounts, new schemes, internet banking, mobile banking and other new services.
SBI in Share Market:
Equity shares of State Bank of India listed on the BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange - 500112), NSE (National Stock Exchange - SBIN) and LSE (London Stock Exchange - SBID).
State Bank of India Tag Line:
The Banker To Every Indian!
With You - All The Way!
RRBs Sponsored by SBI:
State Bank of India has sponsored 17 RRBs which operate banking and financial business in 124 districts of 17 states with a huge network of 2, 651 branches as on 31st March, 2010. These RRBs are:
Krishna Grameena Bank
Chhattisgarh Gramin Bank
Madhya Bharath Gramin Bank
Utkal Gramya Bank
Ellaquai Dehati Bank
Parvatiya Gramin Bank
Arunachal Pradesh Rural Bank
Meghalaya Rural Bank
Langpi Dehangi Rural Bank
Mizoram Rural Bank
Nagaland Rural Bank
Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank
Purvanchal Gramin Bank
Uttaranchal Gramin Bank
Vananchal Gramin Bank
Samastipur Kshetriya Gramin Bank
Saurashtra Gramin Bank
SBI Associate Banks:
State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
State Bank of Hyderabad
State Bank of Indore (Merged into State Bank of India)
State Bank of Mysore
State Bank of Patiala
State Bank of Saurashtra (Merged into State Bank of India)
State Bank of Travancore
History of State Bank of India (SBI):
History of State Bank of India (SBI) begins with the origin of Bank of Calcutta which was established on 2nd June, 1806. Later, Bank of Calcutta renamed as Bank of Bengal on 2nd January, 1809. There were other two banks - the Bank of Bombay (15th April, 1840) and the Bank of Madras (1st July, 1843).
All three banks received the right to issue paper currency in 1861 under the Paper Currency Act until the formation of the Reserve Bank of India. Finally, all three banks merged into single one - Imperial Bank of India on 27th January, 1921. On 30th April 1955, the Imperial Bank of India became the State Bank of India under the State Bank of India Act (1955).
The Bhor State Bank Ltd, Bank of Aundh Ltd and Unit Bank Ltd acquired by State Bank of India in 1962. Bank of Behar Ltd was taken over by SBI in 1969. Bank of Cochin Ltd was amalgamated in SBI in 1985.
State Bank of India has achieved many awards for its banking and financial business like - Best Online Banking Award and Best Customer Initiative Award by IBA Banking Technology Awards 2010.