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IBPS Clerk v/s SBI Clerk

 

Clerical staffs are mainly requires to do data entry jobs they have to post transactions in system. They manage cash department i.e. receipt, payments etc. We will compare both the jobs into different parameters to help you make decision as every candidate have different aspiration in terms of salary, work pressure and many others. In any bank, the clerks are the first checkpoint where customers can come and ask their queries.

 

 

Job Profile:

 

IBPS Clerks must join the allotted bank within the given time duration and the respected banks provide them training about the tasks that need to perform while working as Bank Clerks. Those who complete their training successfully will be posted to the different branches of the concerned bank to survive and complete their next two years of probation.  So, initially, IBPS Clerks are posted at Junior Level and after completing their 2 years of the probation period, they can be promoted to the upper level.

SBI Clerks are initially designated at Junior Level Grade and after completing their 6 months of training, they can be promoted to the Officer Level. To get the officer grade, they must qualify the Internal Exam conducted based on the structure decided throughout all the branches of the bank.

 

 

Selection Process:

 

Both IBPS and SBI Clerk exams are held in two phases. Phase-I is Prelims and Phase-II is main exam. However, in SBI Clerk, the exams are followed by an interview.

IBPS Clerk

  1. Common Written Exam – Prelims & Mains
  2.  Document Verification

 

SBI Clerk

  1. Preliminary Examination
  2. Main Examination
  3. Interview
  4. Test of knowledge of official/local language
  5. Final procedure of Selection

 

 

Exam Pattern:

 

IBPS Clerk Pattern for Prelims Exam:

 

S. No.

Name of Tests

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Duration

1

English Language

30

30

Composite Time of 1 Hour

2

Numerical Ability

35

35

3

Reasoning Ability

35

35

Total

100

100

 

 

IBPS Clerk Main Paper Pattern: 

 

S. No.

Name of Tests

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Duration

1

Reasoning

40

50

30 Minutes

2

English Language

40

40

30 Minutes

3

Quantitative Aptitude

40

50

30 Minutes

4

General Awareness

40

40

25 Minutes

5

Computer Knowledge

40

20

20 Minutes

Total

200

200

135 Minutes

 

 

SBI Clerk 2017 Preliminary Exam Pattern:

 

Serial No.

Section

No. of Question

Total Marks

1

English Language

30

30

A composite time of 1 hour is provided to the candidates

2

Numerical Ability

35

35

3

Reasoning

35

35

 

Total

100

100

 

 

SBI Clerk 2017 Mains Exam Pattern:

 

Serial Number

Section

No. of Question

Total Marks

Duration

1.

General English

40

40

35 minutes

2.

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

45 minutes

3.

Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude

50

60

45 minutes

4.

General/Financial Awareness

50

50

35 minutes

 

Total

190

200

2 hours 45 minutes

 

 

 

Salary:

 

The salary structure of IBPS Clerk & SBI Clerk is almost similar but SBI has some additional allowances, therefore, the salary of an SBI Clerk is INR 2000 more than the in-hand salary payable to an IBPS Clerk Officer.

 

  

S. No.

Salary Factors

IBPS Clerk (INR)

SBI Clerk (INR)

1.

Salary Structure

11,765 – 31,540

11,765 – 31,540

2.

Special Allowance

911.79

911.79

3.

Dearness Allowances (DA)

45.60% of Basic Pay

45.60% of Basic Pay

4.

City Compensatory Allowance (CCA)

0

0

5.

Transport Allowance (TA)

425

Based on the Location

6.

House Rent Allowance (HRA)

1058 – 1176

800-1176

7.

Salary in Hand

18000-23000

20000-25000

 

 

 

Future Growth:

 

IBPS Clerk: The bank Clerks will be promoted to Officer Cadre in 3-4 years. The clerks can reach the Senior Management position after 20-25 years of working.

SBI Clerk: In case of SBI, there is a high chance of getting promoted as Trainee Officer in just 3-4 years. Trainee Officer is equivalent to Probationary Officer. Working in SBI provides more exposure compared to other PSBs.

 

IBPS Clerk is for those who want a job with a decent salary, job security and limited work pressure and responsibilities and SBI Clerk for aspirants looking for a challenging job, who can cope with extra work pressure, wish to earn more and reach a high position in lesser time.

 

 

 

Postings:

 

IBPS Clerk: Since most PSBs have lesser number of branches across the country compared to SBI, the chances of getting posted near your home/native place is less.

 

SBI Clerk: SBI has a vast outreach compared to other PSB’s, you will find an SBI at every nook and corner across the country, hence you can be posted anywhere in the country. On the flip side, chances of you getting posted increases because of number of branches.

 

 

 

Promotions:

 

The 1st promotion can be made after completing 2 to 3 years in SBI. The promotion for SBI Clerk can be done in two ways – ‘In-Cadre Promotions & Officer Cadre Promotions’.

 

 

S. No.

Work Experience

Promoted Designation

Type of Promotion

1.

3 Years

Trainee Officer (Middle Management Grade Scale – 2)

Officer Cadre

2.

6 Years

Junior Management Grade Scale – 1 Officer

Officer Cadre under Fast Track Promotions

3.

10 Years

Senior Assistant

In-Cadre

4.

12 Years

Junior Management Grade Scale – 1 Officer

Officer Cadre

5.

20 Years

Special Assistant

In-Cadre

6.

30 Years

Senior Special Assistant

In-Cadre

 

 

IBPS Clerk: After completing the probation period of 2 years, the candidates can be promoted in two ways –

 

  1. The candidates must appear in the written test conducted inter banks and qualify it based on his/her experience & knowledge. (No JAIIB & CAIIB Diploma applicable)

 

On the qualification of written test, a clerk can be promoted to the position of Trainee Officer.

 

  1. Based on the JAIIB, CAIIB qualification, and Graduation + Post Graduation Mark sheets, the Clerks can be promoted to the position of Trainee Officer or PO.

 

 

Position

Salary

Trainee Officer

18000 – 23000

Probationary Officer

23700 – 42020

Manager

31705 – 45950

Senior Manager

42020 – 51490

Chief Manager

50030 – 59170

Assistant General Manager

59170 – 66070

Deputy general Manager

68680 – 76520

General Manager

76520 – 85000

                                                          Career Growth Chart

 

 

 

Job Benefits & Work Pressure:

 

 

S. No.

Perks & Activities

IBPS Clerk

SBI Clerk

1.

Flexible Duty Hours and Working in Shifts Facilities

Yes

Yes

2.

Challenging Tasks

Yes

More than other PSBs

3.

Travelling Allowances

Bank Guest Houses are available at major cities

Holiday Homes & Bank Guest Houses available at major cities

4.

Housing Allowances

Yes (Accommodation is also available in certain banks)

Yes (Accommodation available for certain places)

5.

Work Pressure & Environment

Good & Healthy (Possessing Less Pressure)

High Work Pressure & Tough Challenges

6.

Excellent Growth Chances

Yes, but after 2 years of Probational Period

After 3 years

7.

Dealing with People and Gaining Experience

Yes

Yes

8.

Leaves Privilege

Same as PSB’s

33 PL + 12 CL and Women, Single Men with Children & Aged Person can take leave sabbatical leave of up to 2 years.

9.

Medical Benefits

Yes! INR 2000 per year

100% Benefits for Employees & 75% for Family + Insurance Policy

10.

Worthwhile Pension Schemes

Yes

Yes

11.

Wonderful Salary Packages

Initial Salary: INR 18,000 – 23,000(No Increment before 2 years)

Initial Salary: 20,000 – 25,000(Up to 4 increments can be made within the initial years)

12.

Loan Facilities

In some of the IBPS Participating Banks

Yes! Bank also provides scholarship to meritorious children of Bank Employees

13.

Reputation in Society

Less than SBI

In terms of Social Status, SBI is considered as Largest Bank in India. Therefore, the reputation of SBI employees increases automatically.

 

 

All the best guys!!!

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September 14, 2017

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