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Sunday, 11 February 2018

SBI Clerk Vs IBPS Clerk Careers and Salary Comparison

Difference between SBI Clerk & IBPS Clerk Careers:-
Here we will compare between state bank of India (SBI) clerk and institute of banking personnel selection (IBPS) clerk careers, candidate do you know that SBI is a self-provider of banking job but IBPS is a Government Organization so itis a combination of many public sectors and Other banks.


The applicants clearing SBI clerk examination get to join State Bank of India while those clearing IBPS clerk examination are appointed one from the many Public Sector banks.

Salary process and DA, TA of the Both Banks:-
Here we are showing the Salary scale difference of SBI clerk and IBPS clerk. It is the given basic pay scale by both the banks.

S. No.
Salary Process
IBPS Clerk
SBI Clerk
1.
Total Salary
11,765 – 31,540
11,765 – 31,540
2.
Special Allowance
911.79
911.79
3.
Dearness Allowances (DA)
39.40% of Basic Pay
39.40% of Basic Pay
4.
Transport Allowance (TA)
Depend on location
Depend on location
5.
House Rent Allowance (HRA)
10%or 99%
10%or 9% basically 7.5%
6.
Salary
18000-23000
20000-25000


The salary process of IBPS Clerk & SBI Clerk is almost similar but SBI has some additional allowances, therefore, the salary of an SBI Clerk is – 2000/- extra per month according to IBPS Clerk Officer and other banks because SBI offers various others gifted to their clerk officers.

Qualification of SBI clerk& IBPS clerk:-
Candidates apply for IBPS Clerk & SBI Clerk. The educational requirements of both bank, is a graduate (degree) passed out from any recognized university of India.


Responsibilities and Career growth in SBI clerk Vs IBPS clerk:-
Responsibilities are maximum same of all banks because this is the starting point for selected candidates in the banks. New recruited bank clerk candidate is given training for 3-6 month (few weeks), and then they are placed in any branches of banks.

When a person, who is appointed in the clerical cadre and has completed ten years of service will get promoted to the senior post.



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