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UIIC AO v/s SBI PO

Banks prompts people for loans and deposits whereas Insurance as the name suggests makes you feel secure. Fundamentally the two jobs are different. But their examinations have striking similarities like paper pattern, difficulty level, syllabus etc. 

 

 

Job Profile:

 

UIIC AO:

  • Formulating new schemes, inspecting policies
  • Managing and filing claims, client interactions
  • Coordinating with other departments, provide assistance
  • Perform any work specified by department head or administrative Officer.
  • Visit Official website here.

SBI PO:

  • Provide services to customers
  • Enhance business of the bank
  • Handle cash activities at the bank
  • Manage Clearance of Payments
  • Manage accounts of customers
  • Official communication
  • Visit Official website here.

 

 

Selection Process:

 

UIIC AO:

  • Objective paper
  • Descriptive test(Essay and Letter Writing)

SBI PO:

  • Preliminary exam
  • Mains Exam
  • Descriptive test

Practice Online for Competitive Exams

 

 

Salary:

For SBI PO, you will receive Rs. Rs.40 – 45,000/ month. 

For UIIC AO, you will receive Rs. 38 – 42,000/ month.

 

 

 

Perks & Benefits:

UIIC AO

SBI PO

Defined contributory Pension

Contribution Pension Scheme/ New Pension Scheme

Special Allowance for passing Actuarial Examination

Medical Aid for self (100%) and for family (75%)

Gratuity, LTC

LTC

Cash Medical Benefit, Group Mediclaim

Home Travel Concession/ Leave Fare Concession

Group Personal Accident Insurance, Group Insurance

Concessional interest rates for Housing/Car/Personal Loans

Vehicle Loan (2-wheeler/4-wheeler) as per rules.

 

 

 

 

Work Pressure: Work pressure wise the only differentiating factor is Customer Engagement. As a PO you have to interact/bring in new customers, however as an AO you are not expected to do that.

UIIC follows a 5 day work week pattern, enabling you to party/utilize the weekend for productive tasks.

 

All Banks, including SBI have recently started a new policy according to which, 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month are declared holidays. For more details on SBI PO check here.!!

 

 

Probation Period:

 

UIIC AO

 SBI PO

 

Bond of 4 years

In the event of resigning before 4 years, you will be liable to pay one year’s gross salary paid during probation period in addition to an amount of INR 25,000 towards partial cost of training.

 

There is no bond for the post of SBI PO .But once you submit your resignation you need serve 3 months before you get relieved off your duties from SBI.

 

 

 

 

 

September 14, 2017

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