Top 10 Indian Banks To Work For

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Top 10 Indian banks

Top 10 Indian Banks To Work For

Top 10 Indian Banks To Work For

Working in Bank is a dream of a lot of aspirants. The job is secure, rewarding and respectable.

Here we are presenting you a list of top 10 Indian banks to work for. You will be surprised to see some of the big names missing here, but that is solely owing to the poor salaries paid by them.

State Bank of India:

This financial institution perhaps needs little or no introduction with not even a few contending its position in this list. One of the oldest and largest financial institutions in India according to rediff.com, SBI’s assets in March 2012 stood something around US$360 billion. Additionally the bank also pays 6% more salaries than the standard market remunerations as per payscale.com.

 

Allahabad Bank: It is one of the oldest Joint Stock Banks of India with products and services including, deposits, retail, cash management, online banking, International or NRI Banking, loans etc. In a survey conducted by BankExamsIndia.com, Allahabad Bank was considered to be one of the top 10 most favored public banks to work for.

Bank of Baroda: Known as India’s International Bank, this bank has garnered overall positive reviews from employees at glassdoor.com. Giving a commendable 3.9 stars out 5, employees have particularly hailed the learning opportunities, customer service, and talent recognition policies of the bank

Bank of Maharashtra: Regarded as one of the top nationalized banks of India, Bank of Maharashtra occupied a place among the most favored public banks in the survey conducted by BankExamsIndia.com. It was one of India’s top 10 banks in the 2012 according to a list compiled by Dun & Bradsheet and was awarded for its asset quality.

Punjab and Sind Bank: Working in this institution is a matter of great pride as its inception was driven by the idea to aid the weaker section of the society by providing relevant services to raise their standards of life. As per payscale.com the bank pays salaries which are compatible with the prevalent standards.

Punjab National Bank: The largest state-owned commercial bank in India and the third largest bank in India in terms of assets, Punjab National Bank simply could not have been excluded from the list. The “Dun & Bradsheet- Polaris Financial Technology Banking Awards 2012″ honored this bank with the Priority Sector Lending-Foreign Banking award. For years this bank has rendered commendable services in Social, Personal, Corporate, Agricultural and International Banking

Indian Overseas Bank: This is also one of the top rated nationalized banks of India, and has achieved an employee rating of 3.5 stars out 5 at glassdoor.com. Workers have particularly hailed the career scope, salaries and the supportive environment offered by the bank.

Indian Overseas Bank: This is also one of the top rated nationalized banks of India, and has achieved an employee rating of 3.5 stars out 5 at glassdoor.com. Workers have particularly hailed the career scope, salaries and the supportive environment offered by the bank

IDBI Bank: It is one of the largest commercial banks in India IDBI Bank has over forty years rendered services in relevant fields such as Agricultural Banking, Personal Banking etc. It is one of the very public sector besides Bank Of Baroda, and Punjab National Bank etc, to be honored by the Dun & Bradsheet- Polaris Financial Technology Banking Awards 2012″— it was awarded for Retail Banking in the public sector. As per 31st March 2012, the bank boasted a balance sheet of INR 2.91 lakh crore.

Bank of India emerged as the “third most favored public bank to work with” garnering a whopping 2885 votes in the survey by BankExamsIndia.com.

Union Bank of India: It is emerged as an employee favorite both in the survey conducted by BankExamsIndia.com and also at glassdoor.com. While it garnered an extraordinary 1147 votes in the former, it managed to rake in 3.8 stars in the latter.

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  • ravi gurjar

    From where did you get the survey results? What are the parameters considered here? Without the mention of parameters I consider this list as incomplete and inaccurate.