What is difference between IBPS PO & SBI PO (Exam Pattern, Salary, Career Growth)?

What is difference between IBPS PO & SBI PO (Exam Pattern, Salary, Career Growth):- In my opinion, the SBI Probationary Officer is slightly more difficult than IBPS PO. The SBI Probationary Officer is usually considered the biggest bank exam. Our team feel that SBI PO is much more difficult to qualify because the number of posts.

The institute of banking personnel selection is a recruitment organization that is responsible for recruiting tenanted contenders to public sector banks across the country. IBPS conducts the IBPS PO every year to recruit POs for 23 public sector banks except the SBI. On the other hand, the SBI is a banking branch in itself and the SBI conducts the SBI PO each year to fill the vacancies in various branches of the SBI across the country and associate banks of the State Bank of India.

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IBPS PO Vs SBI PO | which one is better?

Perks Offered: Travel Allowances The Probationary Officers can get travelling concessions while visiting to the places within India. The employees working with banks can take advantage of the bank guest houses available at various places across India. The employees can own vehicles from Bank’s side instead of petrol bills. They can also stay at Banks’ Guest Houses while visiting various places across India.
Medical Benefits SBI offers 100% Medical Facilities to the employees and 75% to their family members. The employees working within IBPS Banks are paid INR 8000 per annum for Medical Aid facility.
Personal Interview Group Discussion (20 marks) and Personal Interview (30 marks) 100 marks
Group Discussion Yes No
Leased Rental Accommodation Leased accommodation range from INR 8,000/- in ‘C’ category Centers to INR 29,500/- in Mumbai Centre Official Bank Accommodation/Bank Quarter are provided as leased accommodation.
Selection Process Pre Exam, Main Exam, Descriptive Paper, Interview, Group Discussion, Pre Exam, Main Exam, Descriptive Paper, Interview
Designation A probationary Officer in SBI Banks is designated as Junior Management Grade-1 Officer for 2 years of training/probation period. The candidates who join IBPS Banks are designated as Officer Scale-1 or Assistant Manager for 2 years of probation period.
Exam Paper level Slightly Easy Too Tough {the paper level of SBI PO is more tough then the IBPS PO}
Basic Pay Rs. 27620/- (4 Increments also applicable) Rs. 23700/-
HRA Based on place of Place 9%, 8% or 7% (Based on the place)
Total Salary Rs. 45,000 /month (Depends on HRA) Rs. 37,360 -38,700/month
SBI PO Salary in Hand IBPS PO Salary Details

एसबीआई पीओ वर्सस आईबीपीएस पीओ में क्या क्या अंतर है और कौन बेहतर है

स्टेट बैंक ऑफ इंडिया और किसी भी सार्वजनिक क्षेत्र के बैंक में प्रोबेशनरी ऑफिसर (पीओ) की भूमिका लगभग समान है। बैंक परिवीक्षाधिकार अधिकारी अपने विभागों में कई महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाते हैं। प्रारंभ में, प्रोबेशनरी अधिकारी कम से कम 2 साल की परिवीक्षाधीन अवधि में हैं। परिवीक्षाधीन अधिकारी, उम्मीदवार सहायक प्रबंधक के पद पर प्रशिक्षण और उनके वर्तमान पदनाम नक्शे से गुजरते हैं। आइए इस नौकरी की भूमिका के कार्यों और जिम्मेदारियों के बारे में स्पष्टता प्राप्त करने के लिए हम इस नौकरी प्रोफ़ाइल को और अधिक विस्तार से समझें।

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SBI PO Vs IBPS PO– Career Growth and Promotion Comparison

Career Graph in both the banking industries is same that is as follows:

  • Junior Management Grade – Scale I: Officer
  • Middle Management Grade – Scale II: Manager
  • Middle Management Grade – Scale III: Senior Manager
  • Senior Management Grade – Scale IV: Chief Manager
  • Senior Management Grade Scale V: Assistant General Manager
  • Top Management Grade Scale VI: Deputy General Manager
  • Top Management Grade Scale VII: General Manager

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