Why do people leave an SBI PO job? Where do they go after leaving work? Not everyone ends up breaking the IIMs or the best B schools. So what are they doing?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Lindsay Terry



Why do people leave an SBI PO job? Where do they go after leaving work? Not everyone ends up breaking the IIMs or the best B schools. So what are they doing?

A person who has passed the SBI PO exam is competent enough to pass any other good exam. So after leaving the job and in most cases before leaving the job itself, they can pass some other exam in their field of interest and proceed to join these jobs after quitting SBI.

The first thing is that SBI PO is not a publication. OPs are agents on probation for two years. After two years, they are assigned either Scale 1 or Scale 2 positions, based on the rules of that particular bank and individual performance. During the trial period there is a lot of work to be done, but not a lot of work pressure. Because proper responsibility is not given. You do not have to inform the regional boss about the objectives. All they need to do is help the branch managers. The real deal begins when they are confirmed and they get the position of assistant principal or assistant principal. So yes, there may be many OPs that

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The first thing is that SBI PO is not a publication. OPs are agents on probation for two years. After two years, they are assigned either Scale 1 or Scale 2 positions, based on the rules of that particular bank and individual performance. During the trial period there is a lot of work to be done, but not a lot of work pressure. Because proper responsibility is not given. You do not have to inform the regional boss about the objectives. All they need to do is help the branch managers. The real deal begins when they are confirmed and they get the position of assistant principal or assistant principal. So yeah, there may be a lot of OPs who are happy, but are there any confirmed officers who are happy? I doubt it.But there is still a catch. SBI treats its official women like queens. The experience of a banker and a banker can be very contrasting. Because

Reason 1: female officers cannot be transferred from their hometown. So it becomes very manageable when you can go home after work and stay with your family. You get the emotional support that is required after such a hectic and terrible day. Remember that every day at the SBI branch is a terrible and hectic day. Every day

Reason 2- Female officers are not abused by their bosses, because they are women. There are many actions that can be taken against bosses if they dare to do so. But the same is not the case with male officers.

So due to these two reasons, some female officers may be happy with their work.

But these two reasons are the main culprits for depriving male officers of happiness. Now understand why a confirmed male officer can never be happy

1º- See that this work is frantic and very risky.

After all, it is a public negotiation job that seems difficult. But even after that hectic life, people could have been happier, but the management doesn't want it. They will transfer you to remote and remote areas, from where even on weekends it is not possible for you to return home. Now think of the life of an officer, who works in a remote area from 10 am to 8 pm most of the time, then comes home, cooks food, and goes to bed alone. What kind of life would that person have? Banking is not like flying an airplane or doing research or teaching about what people can be passionate about. Banking is just a job that people do for a salary, it cannot be a passion for anyone. Due to these frequent transfers, male officers have to live most of their working lives only in places other than their family. You can't change your kids' school every 3 years or take their sick parents to all the damn remote places it's posted. So there is no emotional support from the family after work. That breaks people from the inside.

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abusive culture. Most male officers are subjected to various kinds of threatening tools by top management to achieve their objectives every day. There will be a huge goal set for you every day, it is like an endless process. If you can't, prepare to be abused by your bosses. They will keep threatening you with the transfer of punishment and many other things. A guy stranded in a place away from his family, serving 12 hours of service, dealing with many annoying and angry customers, at the end of the day being abused for not being able to sell enough insurance, do you think that person can be happy? ? That is the nature of work.

I have given you the main problems, there are many others but those can be manageable.

So if some male officer who is at home and works in places like the back office where the objectives are not related to the business, he could be a happy employee. But this post is very rare and even if someone receives it, it will only last 2/3 years.

So in short, most OPs are happy because they are on probation, many female officers can be happy for the two reasons mentioned above. And few male officers are happy for a short time when they get a lucky job. Everyone else is just stuck.

PS- I answered with my name but I had to go anonymity. Because a colleague informs me about human resources policies where we cannot criticize in a public forum. But yes, as an organization, SBI cares immensely about its employees, but the work culture is such that frustration among all employees is very high, so instead of trying to make life easier for young people, they make it harder and harder.

Story of my girlfriend

December 2018: After a year of preparing for the Bank exams, he finally broke SBI. It was quite a joyous period for any graduate, especially after having achieved the highest PSB in India.

January 2019 - Your induction (not mentioning the details so there's no room for guesswork) took place in one of India's metropolitan cities. The induction was great and she was very excited. All the benefits and career growth possibilities were fascinating.

Year One: In the two years of probation, POs are supposed to receive training in areas such as marketing (not sales), SMEs, credit, sales, corporate ban.

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Story of my girlfriend

December 2018: After a year of preparing for the Bank exams, he finally broke SBI. It was quite a joyous period for any graduate, especially after having achieved the highest PSB in India.

January 2019 - Your induction (not mentioning the details so there's no room for guesswork) took place in one of India's metropolitan cities. The induction was great and she was very excited. All the benefits and career growth possibilities were fascinating.

Year One: In the two years of probation, POs are supposed to be trained in areas like marketing (not sales), SMEs, credit, sales, corporate banking, treasury, etc. exam in India, POs would have expected to be able to do a few things and gain a lot of learnings, especially in the first two years. But sadly that is not the case. It does not matter if you are training in credit or SME or in any random department…. all POs have to do is sell outdated POS machines to retail vendors. These were made at a cost of ₹ 2,500 / piece. Now that you post your UPI introduction, everyone, including retail or wholesale providers or individuals, is using UPI to transact.

Next year: it is now destined for a rural branch 50 km from the city. Well, I must say you got a fair deal. (There were people who were randomly kicked, and they were posted, wherever they were posted) That's what we both feel at least. But it was still okay. Rural ads are part of the job description and banking experience. Since he was only 50 km away, he started going to the office from the city itself. His sister was also studying in the city. So they both lived together. Little by little things began to come true ... the honeymoon phase was over. Worse work culture, bad work-life balance, bad boss, worse goals. I am working on a Big 4 position on my MBA. Usually, no matter how good or bad the job is, the behavior of the boss or immediate superior is neither harsh nor rude. Here it is the exact opposite, Managers are eager to get revenge on OPs just to make sure they too suffer like he / she does. All you have to do is reach certain goals during the day. It really amazes me that all SBI is aiming for is selling life insurance, targeting a certain number of home loans or yono records. The goal of registering and not my GF per day is 50 in one day ... that's also in a village where 70% still don't have smartphones and another 30% don't have net banking. All you have to do is reach certain goals during the day. It really amazes me that all SBI is aiming for is selling life insurance, targeting a certain number of home loans or yono records. The goal of registering and not my GF per day is 50 in one day ... that's also in a village where 70% still don't have smartphones and another 30% don't have net banking. All you have to do is reach certain goals during the day. It really amazes me that all SBI is aiming for is selling life insurance, targeting a certain number of home loans or yono records. The goal of registering and not my GF per day is 50 in one day ... that's also in a village where 70% still don't have smartphones and another 30% don't have net banking.

COVID 19: Like a cyclone destroying everything in its path, this virus destroyed many livelihoods. While bankers weren't directly affected, they were supposed to come to the office during the shutdown and the subsequent shutdown (when the numbers actually spiked). Also, even if the situation is bad, employees must come to the branch. Their day begins with rude RM whatsapp messages about how everyone is just working and wasting time. And followed by daily goals. The day ends with everyone pinging the group about their goals and RM showing how disappointed they are and how POs are just a waste of human capital.

I've told him to leave SBI and prepare for another exam ... I just hope he gets out of that hell. One thing that terrifies me is that SBI could turn her into someone like her current manager and RM. Maybe just the SBI stuff ...

There is no need to beat around the bush, in this question, it is about whether the work is hectic or not. It's really hectic work. I worked as a PO of OSE for 3 years, resigned from the organization and then got a government exam. I am privileged to spit the truth as opposed to serving SBIIANS whose 'freedom of speech' in this matter is limited. The truths are as follows,

  1. It is not a government organization, it is a public sector bank, where your salary is paid from the profits of the organization. At any moment it can be privatized by the government, although many argue that it is the largest PSB in India. With the
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There is no need to beat around the bush, in this question, it is about whether the work is hectic or not. It's really hectic work. I worked as a PO of OSE for 3 years, resigned from the organization and then got a government exam. I am privileged to spit the truth as opposed to serving SBIIANS whose 'freedom of speech' in this matter is limited. The truths are as follows,

  1. It is not a government organization, it is a public sector bank, where your salary is paid from the profits of the organization. At any moment it can be privatized by the government, although many argue that it is the largest PSB in India. With the advancement of postal banks, which have a large presence in all parts of India, if it starts lending, many PSBs would have to close their shutters.
  2. Never compare this work with that of multinational companies, because here the associated risk is enormous. For example, staff liability is the first thing the bank looks at if a loan doesn't work out. The larger the loan, the bigger the "screw" would be. Also, in the case of SME loans, the recovery is somewhat bitter, these clients would be on good terms with the DGM or RM and if their language is lax with them during the recovery, they will face music.
  3. A government servant can be lenient in all "respects" or be a "kanoon" man. There is no such a hard and fast rule here. The customer is king here. Bank rules can be applied to kings depending on the circumstances, but not to 'Emperors'. The rules will not apply to elite-class Clients, and if something goes wrong during such service, there will be no one to support it. You will be responsible for all kinds of "excellent customer service" that you provided to them. Atlast, after a few years you will discover that you do not have a backbone.
  4. The suicide rates in the banks are alarming, it is due to the indiscriminate pressure exerted on the Officers. For example, you are assigned as a branch manager, in an area of ​​government officials and you disburse them all kinds of loans, such as car loans, personal loans, mortgage loans. The supply of credit increases and the balance sheet is happy. When you are transferred and a new person arrives, the credit requirement is complete and no more loans would be needed. This new person would be screwed in front of the entire staff for not achieving the goal and would be branded as useless. If you give this reason, they will give you a target for cross-selling insurance products. Since these government servants are already paying off loans, they will have no money for another investment and will again call you useless. You will end up taking insurance policies so you and your family can reach numbers. Does it adapt to needs? Your superiors are deaf to your reasons and will clamor for profit all the time.
  5. Have you ever thought how they are recruiting OPs around 2000 every year ?. It is not only because of retirement, but also because of the large number of resignations and suicides.
  6. Some talk about RFIA (audit) at the bank, which gives you a good experience. Yes, anything is an experience, if you are speeding and a dog jumps in front of your bike and you fall and injure yourself. Learn that if it had been a little slow, this would not have happened. Next time, you go slow at night and a dog is chasing you and in a panic, you fell. What lesson do you take? (Those who have faced the audit can understand what I mean.)
  7. If you have passed the 30 years in which your attempts at any other exam have been exhausted, we will find positive reasons for our current job, which is human. It is good and essential too. But it shouldn't be the kind of blind worship, where the organization requires criticizing, criticizing. Only critical opinions give an organization a long life, to thrive in all situations. The people of the new generation do not fit the outdated molds of many of these organizations. These organizations need to change and for that the truths should not be hidden behind 'optimism'. Yes, it is a hectic job, in fact more hectic than 90% of the jobs out there, if you don't want it you can quit, that's not a bad option either, that's all. If you don't like something, try another yaar, nothing happens and if you want to settle for this, do that. It's your life, live the way you want. But, kindly, let's not be 'blind'.

What is work-life balance like at SBI PO?

I am sharing my previous answer to the next question, which is pretty close to this question.

What are the bitter truth about SBI PO's work?

There are many pros and cons associated with this word. I joined as a probationer in 2011. I assure you, this is the best label (being a probation Officer) that you can have in the banking industry in general and SBI in particular. Each PO has to go through intensive training for the first 2 years. During these two years, we assume to know a wide range of banking aspects from credit to deposit, from manual records to the most advanced technologies.

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What is work-life balance like at SBI PO?

I am sharing my previous answer to the next question, which is pretty close to this question.

What are the bitter truth about SBI PO's work?

There are many pros and cons associated with this word. I joined as a probationer in 2011. I assure you, this is the best label (being a probation officer) that you can have in the banking industry in general and SBI in particular. Each PO has to go through intensive training for the first 2 years. During these two years, we assume to know a wide range of banking aspects from credit to deposit, from manual records to the most advanced technology in banking, from government business to forex, etc.

Actually, these two years are like a honeymoon period for everyone on probation, as they are less skilled for every job they do, because they are on probation or training. During these two years you will receive institutional training in Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Indore, etc. Everyone treats you like a special species, you are considered the most talented person (in fact you are, considering the level of competence for the PO job).

The bitter part of the story begins with the end of your trial period. You are no longer in training now, you are assigned a branch manager position (if it is a small branch) or a loan officer in a large branch. As you have joined as PO, everyone around you, your senior, your junior, thinks you know everything, every instruction, every circular guideline issued by the Bank, the RBI, the Ministry of Finance and the list goes on ... world thinks he is from Jupiter, a superhuman who can solve any banking problem. You are no longer enjoying the benefits you had during your trial period. You are now a generalist, like any other officer, whether you joined the bank as an officer or were promoted from an administrative cadre.

As a banker, in addition to banking, you must carry out the following activity: life insurance cross-selling, general insurance, mutual funds, credit cards, Demat accounts, Fasal Bima… There are many, but I stop here. distribution, and so on …… If you compare yourself with other Government Department personnel, you will end up in a sorry state. This job is no longer lucrative compared to other central government jobs.

Actually, this is my story, which I think is the story of everyone on parole. But sometimes we ourselves are responsible for our adversaries. This is the case in today's banking industry. There are many who destroy the culture of an organization by staying late (not working), working during vacations, etc.

We have to balance our personal and professional life in our own interest and those who can achieve this are happy creatures on bank break are Bhagwan Bharose….

That's it for this banker.

Enjoy life to it's fullest ...

If you notice any error in the above text, please avoid it, if it is necessary to mention it, it is welcome.

(It is my experience in real life, it may differ from what you feel)

When I completed my 1 year career as a branch manager, I would like to try this question.

So, starting with the PO tag. This label will be there for only 2 years. And let me tell you that that is the best part of your career, those 2 years were like the honeymoon period for an officer. Immediately after the 2 years of probation, you will be called an officer, not a PO. So my point here is that a buy order will not remain a buy order forever.

I would like to share my experience here.

I joined as a PO in 2016 with low expectations, because I got this job out of nowhere.

I have a subway post at the beginning, Hyderabad.

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When I completed my 1 year career as a branch manager, I would like to try this question.

So, starting with the PO tag. This label will be there for only 2 years. And let me tell you that that is the best part of your career, those 2 years were like the honeymoon period for an officer. Immediately after the 2 years of probation, you will be called an officer, not a PO. So my point here is that a buy order will not remain a buy order forever.

I would like to share my experience here.

I joined as a PO in 2016 with low expectations, because I got this job out of nowhere.

I have a subway post at the beginning, Hyderabad. Being a local boy as it is my mother's hometown. I know every corner of the city and that's why I started my career with a kick. They put me in the job of doing digital marketing and sourcing in the first 2 months, I did it without any problem. To make digital products, I choose the local undergraduate universities, to name one of the universities, if I remember correctly, it is the kasturba women's undergraduate university. In a single day I made about 560 friend applications. And turned the head of the controllers. All I just did is get 10 active girls to volunteer on behalf of sbi, because we are authorized to do so at the time of demonetization. It is just a presence of mind to seize the opportunity to win the situation. And thanks to this achievement, my CEO was congratulated for giving more than 1,500 friend downloads in a single month.

After this digital marketing, my boss put me in the job of collecting pending AOFs, which is a hectic task. There were about 300 on the list, because it is a 40-year-old branch. All day I usually call clients and have them return the form to me, I used to go visit the client's house, for this purpose I got the car from the branch and the driver. So all set, I did the work and did the pending numbers from 300 to 6.

Then after this assignment I was given a seat to learn general banking, I did the miscellaneous jobs for almost 1 month and then I got my cell training which is the best part of my entire career.

We were a batch of 5 POs, sent for training in different cells, called processing cells that are specialized in processing loans, clearing checks, currency exchange, processing accounts, and obtaining loans.

This period was like college life for us. He used to roam the city on weekdays, splitting work hours from the office and saying that we had been in marketing with obviously zero supply. So we enjoy for 4 months. Meanwhile I completed my JAIIB. And also in this period we received institutional training in SBLC. I visited jabalpur in madhya pradesh and trichy in tamil nadu. Here we were able to meet our batch mates from different states. And the workouts were like unlimited fun and food, but limited knowledge. 😝

I was transferred to another branch, a branch that was only 50 km from my hometown, thus considering it the luckiest post on probation, because my first destination was 400 km from my home.

But in this branch, I was constantly put to work in a fixed position, like helping the field officer, so the daily routine work is making crop loans, women's group loans, and downloadable loans. And the boss in this branch is like you have work to do, you call vishnu, he is there to do any kind of work. And I have to be pleased with that.

So here I used to put my best effort, because I'm in a comfort zone being close to home, so I worked hard and learned about the advancement section in this branch.

9 months completed and 3 more to complete my probation, at this stage they took me out of the branch and gave me the personal loan business job through YONO, which is the PAPL, they put me in this job for almost 9 months and I was congratulated 2 times in that period for keeping our region as the best performer in the entire circle (state) in this segment.

In the meantime, I completed my CAIIB, was promoted to scale2 after parole, and was sent as a branch manager to a one-man officer branch.

Now, in these 2 years of probation, I also appeared for many exams related to my experience, but I did not manage to break.

Now, after assuming the position as branch manager, I have achieved my business goals 150%. Well, there is pressure, but if you know the job and if the task is under your control, you can always perform well.

So, I can say that I am satisfied with my career. Like I said, the PO tag will only be there for 2 years and I enjoyed that tag, always being the best test officer under the boss.

Taking on any task as a challenge is what makes you the best. Focus only on the task. Complete it. Repeat. That's the way he does it.

Now if you want to hear some more satisfying responses from SBI POs, you can listen to the stories of the current and former SBI president. They are also OP early in their careers. Great inspiration.

I have no idea how many people choose SBI PO instead of MBA from an average university. But I will try to answer your question.

  1. Two years in an average university, doing MBA.
    Fee for two years = Rs. 10,00,000 (average)

    Two years doing purchase order work.
    Money earned = Rs. 5,00,000–6,00,000 (if you can save anything during the initial years)
    Negative cash flow vs. two years of experience
  2. Position at MNC: Probably doing the same job, but, for another company, because Switch, switch, switch.
    SBI: Growth is the main attraction of SBI that attracts the most candidates. 10 years later, you will be
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I have no idea how many people choose SBI PO instead of MBA from an average university. But I will try to answer your question.

  1. Two years in an average university, doing MBA.
    Fee for two years = Rs. 10,00,000 (average)

    Two years doing purchase order work.
    Money earned = Rs. 5,00,000–6,00,000 (if you can save anything during the initial years)
    Negative cash flow vs. two years of experience
  2. Position at MNC: Probably doing the same job, but, for another company, because Switch, switch, switch.
    SBI: Growth is the main attraction of SBI that attracts the most candidates. 10 years later, you will be at least 3 steps on the ladder.

    Variety of work: SBI is strong in a variety of domains. You can learn and work in multiple areas during the course of your job, be it credit, Forex, insurance, consulting, marketing, analytics, technology, and many more.
  3. Financial position: Salary after 10 years in a multinational, Rs. 30-40 Lac (as you say)
    Salary in SBI after 10 years: Rs. 16-18 Lac (taking into account the meager increases and two salary revisions in a 5-year interval)

    Working for 10 years, you will probably want to buy a car.
    MNC: Car 7 lac. EMI 11–12k
    SBI: Same 7 lac car. EMI 3–4k

    You want to buy a house.
    MNC: 30 Lac Loan, EMI: Rs. 25k for 25 years
    SBI: 30 Lac Loan, EMI: 12-13k

    MNC: No plans for retiree life. You will have to save for retirement from your salary.
    SBI: Contribution of the company for Pensions and PF. More Tips when you retire.

    MNC: Expenses on fuel, domestic help, newspapers, mobile bills, etc. - 10 to 12,000
    SBI: The bank covers all these expenses.
    The monetary compensation per month will be more or less similar in both at the end.

  4. Job security: MNC: The economic crisis in distant countries may cause you to lose your job through no fault of our own.
    SBI: Your job is insured unless you are involved in significant misconduct.
  5. Social recognition: Working in large multinationals is undoubtedly great, but it does not demand respect in society. You're just another guy working a 4x4 box in a fancy glass building.
    On the other hand, the SBI officer is highly admired in society. You are in direct contact with people of all walks of life, from the poorest to the millionaires. You can network with a large number of people.
  6. Last but not least, it is possible that working in a large multinational does not produce any social change in society. But, working at SBI or any bank, you are an integral part of making a difference in someone's life.

    The joy you get when you help someone build their own home, when you help someone buy their first car, when you help someone get medical treatment, when you help someone start their own business, when you help someone meet their dreams goes beyond the terms explained in Business Administration.


    You can always leave SBI at a later stage and get a similar or even better paying job than you would get after an MBA. SBI is a great brand and there is great demand in the SBI misfit market.

PS: I know that SBI is also a multinational, but for the sake of discussion, please assume that multinationals are companies based outside of India.

PPS: I am an MBA and I work at SBI.
Hope, I answered your question.

A thousand times A2A!

I am asked this question so often that today I have decided to finally face it! This answer may be long, sorry!

If you are someone who has been reading my answers above you would also have understood how happy I was to get this job. It was my first full-time job and I enjoyed the initial happiness that came with it - the parents were happy, the neighbors were jealous, you know! I had read a lot of negative answers on quora, but never believed them unless ... I was faced with similar situations myself :)

SBI PO is a very demanding job. It requires you to give up a lot in exchange for the salary it provides you,

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A thousand times A2A!

I am asked this question so often that today I have decided to finally face it! This answer may be long, sorry!

If you are someone who has been reading my answers above you would also have understood how happy I was to get this job. It was my first full-time job and I enjoyed the initial happiness that came with it - the parents were happy, the neighbors were jealous, you know! I had read a lot of negative answers on quora, but never believed them unless ... I was faced with similar situations myself :)

SBI PO is a very demanding job. It requires you to give up a lot in exchange for the salary it gives you, the job security it gives you. Soon money would cease to matter and he would long for a break, for a personal life, for a while perhaps for his family. I will not say that this has happened to everyone, but yes, this stage occurs in 99% of the lives of the officers who work here at some point or another and not all are in a position to resign. Age, family status, many things play a role (the bail amount of 2.36 lakhs is not much less) Or maybe not everyone wants job satisfaction. I never had a problem working hard, but the work I was doing at SBI was not something I would have wanted to do until my retirement. What's more, I was struggling a lot with my RBI grade B readiness, a difficult phase in my personal life, wild and sudden posts, and the pains of being left alone during these COVID testing times. I will not say that I regret leaving SBI without a backup, but this is not something I suggest to anyone.

SBI paid me well; For a middle-class family, it was a dream job, it helped me buy everything I wanted for my family, and it certainly brought me short-lived happiness. Whoever said that money does not buy happiness should have added "long term" to complete the sentence.

PS: I hope I can edit this answer soon so I can add that I have been selected as xyz in abc! Wish me luck!

Until then, keep preparing, keep studying!

Health!

During the 5 years since I joined, I never left the facility for less than 10 hours. Most days it is ~ 12 hours. But remember you don't really work for 10 hours - 12 hours, most of the time you are forced to sit late because your BM won't go away or if you are the BM you are afraid of the RBO. Unfortunately, many staff members sit down because they think that sitting for long hours is a way to impress superiors. This has become the norm rather than the exception and you will be a black sheep if you leave. I once left the zone office at 8:00 p.m. M. (He was stationed in the zone office) and at each subsequent meeting to

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During the 5 years since I joined, I never left the facility for less than 10 hours. Most days it is ~ 12 hours. But remember you don't really work for 10 hours - 12 hours, most of the time you are forced to sit late because your BM won't go away or if you are the BM you are afraid of the RBO. Unfortunately, many staff members sit down because they think that sitting for long hours is a way to impress superiors. This has become the norm rather than the exception and you will be a black sheep if you leave. I once left the zonal office at 8:00 pm (I was destined for the zonal office) and at every subsequent meeting for a few months my senior kept making the comment that this guy is leaving early. I start the day at the office at 9:00 am and leave at 8: 00 pm and that's early! And there are some species of people (and you will find many at SBI) who will start a meeting or employ or follow up with branches after 6/7 pm. M. These late meetings / follow-ups are very common in OC / AOs. RM / DGM / many CMs and BMs believe they can dictate the lives of other junior officers. They can delegate work, but they should not dictate life. First-hand experience of how to screw up life in this organization. Note: I submitted my resignation and the above is one of the main reasons. RM / DGM / many CMs and BMs believe they can dictate the lives of other junior officers. They can delegate work, but they should not dictate life. First-hand experience of how to screw up life in this organization. Note: I submitted my resignation and the above is one of the main reasons. RM / DGM / many CMs and BMs believe they can dictate the lives of other junior officers. They can delegate work, but they should not dictate life. First-hand experience of how to screw up life in this organization. Note: I submitted my resignation and the above is one of the main reasons.

According to the SBI PO 2018 eligibility criteria, candidates must have the required academic qualifications. For details of educational qualifications based on OSE PO's eligibility criteria, please read below.

  • Candidates must be graduates of any discipline from a recognized state or central university or possess any other equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
  • Applicants who appear in the last year / semester of their graduation will also be eligible to apply, but only on a provisional basis.
  • It is mandatory for such candidates to present proof of havi
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According to the SBI PO 2018 eligibility criteria, candidates must have the required academic qualifications. For details of educational qualifications based on OSE PO's eligibility criteria, please read below.

  • Candidates must be graduates of any discipline from a recognized state or central university or possess any other equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
  • Applicants who appear in the last year / semester of their graduation will also be eligible to apply, but only on a provisional basis.
  • It is mandatory that such candidates present proof of having passed the final graduation exam within the term established by the bank.
  • Candidates holding an Integrated Dual Degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the IDD approval date is the one decided by the bank.
  • Candidates with the qualification of Certified Public Accountant can also apply.

Important points for educational qualification

  • The approval date of the eligibility exam will be the date that appears on the grade sheet or provisional certificate issued by the University / Institute. In case the result of a particular exam is published on the website of the University / Institute, it will be taken as the passing date.
  • The candidate must indicate the percentage obtained in Graduation calculated to the two nearest decimal places in the online application. When CGPA / OGPA is granted, it must be converted to the percentage and indicated in the online application. If an interview is requested, the candidate must present a certificate issued by the competent authority, among other things, indicating that the University's regulations regarding the conversion of the grade into percentage and the percentage of grades obtained by the candidate into terms of standards
  • Percentage calculation: Percentage grades will be obtained by dividing the total grades earned by the candidate in all subjects in all semesters / years by the aggregate maximum grades in all subjects regardless of honors / electives / additional. Optional subject, if any. This will also apply to those universities where the Class / Grade is decided solely on the basis of the honors marks. The fraction of the percentage thus arrived will be ignored, that is, 59.99% will be treated as less than 60% and 54.99% will be treated as less than 55%.

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Termination of employment is generally based on the contract signed at the time of joining.

According to the current rules, during the trial period a 1 month notice or the payment of 1 month of salary (basic) in liu notice will be applied at the discretion of the management.

For the confirmed officer, it is a 3-month notice / payment of a 3-month salary in liu of notice.

So you can surely quit your job. You will likely be given an onboarding period to join RBI B grade officer positions, so a month in advance should be acceptable.

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