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    Which bank job is most safer in India?

    Sir
    Which bank job is most safer in India?




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    Bill gates.
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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    There are various types of banks in India. Some are private banks and some are public sector government banks.
    In my view the government sector banks are 100% safe for doing jobs in these banks. You should freely apply for government sectors banks jobs according to your eligibily criteria.
    The exam of Sbi and its associate banks is conducted by itself and for other 19 nationalised banks is conducted by IBPS twice in a year.
    Official websites:
    www.sbi.co.in/
    www.ibps.in/




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    Sreeram B
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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    Hello my dear aspirant,

    All the government sector jobs are safe.In private sector jobs you can,t find security for your job.this would be the main problem in private sector jobs.now a days all the candidates are trying for government sector jobs even they are working in any private sector bank because in government banks they can have security for their jobs.and after retirement also they can get some bulk amount and pension to survive their regular life.work burden is very less in government banks.in private banks there will be lot of pressure.mostly in ICICI Bank we can see lot of pressure on employees, in private banks,HDFC bank is one of the best bank to work. in government sector banks state bank of India is the best place to work and you can get good promotions in this banks.


    You better to try in government sector banks, where you will be having less work burden and job security with lots of advantages.State bank of India is the best bank to work for in the government sector banks.

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    prudvi_raj
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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    Hi friend,

    First of all i can mention one thing Banking sector is much safer than many emerging sectors in India. Any Bank Which has been nationalized or recognized by the Government of India would be the safest places to work in. Banking sector is most emerging sector in India and generating a lot of employment. Day by day Banking sector strengthening its roots and expanding which is generating employment for the rural and urban people as well. When you are going to join in a banking or non-banking finance organisation , you need to check whether it is a recognized organisation or not. Consider the factors like turnover, work environment, working hours,job security and other amenities provided by the organisation. ALL THE BEST buddy !!!!

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    Prudvi Raj

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    RAPIDEX
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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    dear friend,

    There is many bank in our Country as:-

    1>Allahabad Bank Indian Overseas Bank

    2>Andhra Bank Oriental Bank of Commerce

    3>Bank of Baroda Punjab National Bank

    4>Bank of India Punjab & Sind Bank

    5>Bank of Maharashtra Syndicate Bank

    6>Canara Bank Union Bank of India

    7>Central Bank of India United Bank of India

    8>Corporation Bank UCO Bank

    9>Dena Bank Vijaya Bank

    10>Indian Bank

    11>SBI.


    Among these Bank the State Bank Of India(SBI) is best.



    For Official Site:-www.statebankofindia.com/

    Only the SBI Bank who has owned the award of :-

    * Best Online Banking Award, Best Customer Initiative Award & Best Risk Management Award (Runner Up) by IBA Banking Technology Awards 2010
    * The Bank of the year 2009, India (won the second year in a row) by The Banker Magazine
    * Best Bank Large and Most Socially Responsible Bank by the Business Bank Awards 2009
    * Best Bank 2009 by Business India
    * The Most Trusted Brand 2009 by The Economic Times
    * Most Preferred Bank & Most preferred Home loan provider by CNBC
    * Visionaries of Financial Inclusion By FINO
    * Technology Bank of the Year by IBA Banking Technology Awards
    * SKOCH Award 2010 for Virtual corporation Category for its e-payment solution


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    santosh naidu
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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    according to me all government bank are safer and some private bank are safe ICICI Bank, HDFC bank. but in private bank we have lot of pressure in government bank have less pressure and holiday's but less salary when compared to private bank ou need to check whether it is a recognized organisation or not. Consider the factors like turnover, work environment, working hours,job security and other amenities provided by the organisation.
    which bank is best Official websites:
    www.sbi.co.in/
    www.ibps.in/

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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    Which Bank to Join as PO- UNION BANK OF INDIA or CORPORATION Bank ?????

    Please help me

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    anamikasen
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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    Safest bank job is either state bank of India or reserve bank of India. Also there are Indian Overseas Bank, Bank of Baroda which can be your next best choices. Banks that are mainly insurance policy, home loan based , eg-Kotak,HDFC are not what I will not suggest to opt for.
    The Bank exam that you must give to get a chance is IBPS. Goto www.ibps.in to apply.
    IBPS has online testing facilities for recruitment in different financial sectors. They also hold written examination in over 150 cities for more than 3 lakh candidates. SO log in to give this exam. All the best!

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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    I got selected in bank of india n bank of baroda as PO.which bank to choose in these 2banks pls help me.

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    Re: Which bank job is most safer in India?

    Kvb po or sbi clerical ..which is better ..

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