SBI Bank Merger : No Loss of Salary and Jobs

22
14481
SBI Bank Merger

Good New for SBI Aspirants regarding SBI Bank Merger.

Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya has said that the employees and aspirants need not worry of the upcoming SBI Bank Merger as there will not be any losses to their jobs or salaries in the entire SBI Bank Merger process.

The statement came after the Bank employees struck work on Friday, 29th of July 2016 against this upcoming merger.

Bhattacharya said “There are no losses of jobs or salary. There only might be a few transfers, that’s it. There is no reason for strike,”

“They are apprehensive of change, and the merger will be completed by the end of this financial year” she added.

What was the Issue regarding SBI Merger

Last year in 2016, a decision came by the Union Cabinet regarding the merger of five associate banks viz State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Patiala, State Bank of Mysore and State Bank of Hyderabad as well as Bharatiya Mahila Bank with State Bank of India.

SBI Bank Merger Benefitting Job Aspirants???

Arundhati Bhattacharya, the chairperson of State Bank Group appreciated the move and said,

“The merger of SBI and its associate banks is a win-win for both. While the network of SBI would stand to increase, its reach would multiply. One can expect efficiencies to be created from the rationalisation of branches, common treasury pooling and proper deployment of a large skilled resource base. Currently, no Indian bank features in the top 50 banks of the world. With this merger, some visibility at the global level is likely to increase. Customers of associates and subsidiaries of the bank will also be beneficiaries.”

How Will SBI Bank Merger Benefit The Customers?

  • The SBI Bank merger will create the asset base of the SBI Group of Rs 37 Lakh Crore (37 Trillion).
  • Also The customer base will increase to over 50 crores.
  • SBI first merged State Bank of Saurashtra with itself in 2008. And Two years later in 2010, State Bank of Indore was merged.

Will SBI Bank Merger Benefit The Job Aspirants???

  • Currently, the vacancies in SBI & its 5 associate banks are filled through separate recruitment.
  • After the merger, all associate banks would become as SBI.
  • There will be a single combined recruitment for the entire SBI Group on a larger scale (Vacancies of SBI and SBI Associate Bank will be combined) for the entire SBI group.

The vacancies may decrease due to duplication because of SBI Bank Merger, but SBI is stating that because of SBI Bank merger, the Growth will increase and new branches will be opened across the world in various countries, which will compensate the decrease in vacancies because of de-duplication of some branches

Friends, this is it from our side regarding the Merger of State Bank with its associates.We will update you with all the happenings on the real time basis. If you have any queries regarding SBI Bank Merger, we will be glad to answer them.

Recommended Book for SBI PO Exam 2017

More than 1 Lakh Bank Jobs will be notified in 2017. Are you prepared for them. Instead of buying different books for Different Bank Exams, here is this Comprehensive Book by us at Mockbank and Sarkari Jobs.

About This Bank PO Book

  • Compiled Holistically for All The Bank PO Exams.
  • Topics Covered – Solved Previous Papers and Mock Tests with explanations
  • Detailed Solution for Every Question
  • 2 Free Online Mock Tests.
  • Free Video Course containing more than 100 videos.

Click here to Buy this Book.

The Best thing, it comes with 30 days Moneyback Guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the book, you can return it easily.

Suggested Reading:

  • Biswajit Mishra

    Will the post of junior associate increase due to sbi merger

  • krishna

    what was the cut off of sbi clerk previous year? I want to know the marks to get in main exam to get the job, approximately ? this year.

  • MD HASNAIN

    Sir, how much do I need to score to qualify in sbi main exam with respect to the previous year’s cutoffs ?

    • GeIItlM@II..

      46-49 marks approx

      • krishna

        what was the cut off of sbi clerk previous year?

        • GeIItlM@II..

          previous year there was no recruitment..

          • krishna

            in 2014 sbi clerk?

          • GeIItlM@II..

            SBI Clerk Cutoff 2014

            General: 140
            OBC: 138
            SC: 123
            ST: 108

          • GeIItlM@II..

            /bulletin/sbi-clerk-cutoff/ before this add mockbankdotcom

          • GeIItlM@II..

            r u there?

          • krishna

            yes

          • krishna

            I want to ask something about puzzle? will you able to help me?

          • GeIItlM@II..

            i am not good at puzzles frnd

          • krishna

            Me also.Every time in bank exam they are taking my time without giving a single number.
            By the way there is a new trend in puzzle i.e. some car is selling in every day of a week.I’m not finding any example.Do you have them ?

          • GeIItlM@II..

            no

          • GeIItlM@II..

            i can suggest you a website you can find them there

          • krishna

            Please.Post it

          • GeIItlM@II..

            go to exampunditdotin and search for The Fighter’s puzzle test

          • gurvinder singh

            hey i can help you .. ask your puzzle ?

  • Karan Rk

    @mockbank, How come it will be beneficial to bank job aspirants. it will reduce duplicate banks branches thus will result in staff reduction, account Ability WOULD increase. the unions also oppose this , then how can you tell it as benefit. However it will be benefit for Govt expenditure.

    Please stop supporting this

    • AMIT CHAUDHARY

      Kiran

      We are not supporting or criticizing any move by SBI. We have just stated the facts as it is.

      What you are saying is surely correct, but but SBI is stating that because of merger, the Growth will increase and new branches will be opened across the world in various countries, which will compensate the decrease in vacancies because of de-duplication of some branches.