SBI known as State Bank of India (sbi.co.in) conduct the SBI Clerk Exam every year in India. We use to call clerk job as clerical recruitment. The past two sbi clerical recruitment exams were conduct in 2017 and 2016. The next sbi clerical recruitment will conduct in the year of 2017 for the post of SBI clerk.
The exam for sbi clerical recruitment always conducts online and over duration of one month comprising of Preliminary and Main Examination. The all process of these clerk exams 2016 will begin in second week of January. There will be many stages of selection during the exam. Every candidate must get best possible marks during the exam to reach to final stage of recruitment. You will get all details of the process of sbi clerk examination and how to get application process, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, admit card and other complete details.
What is roles and responsibility of SBI Clerk’s?
A Bank clerk’s main responsibilities are to maintain basic transactions involved in banking and he also has to serve as a point of contact to the customer. It is an entry level post where in all the financial queries are answered and fundamental updates and calculations are made. He has to record and maintain all the loan information.
For visitors and customers to any PSB, clerks are the first point of contact for enquiries & guidance. Following are the roles and duties you will be performing while working as a clerk in SBI.
The main responsibilities of the bank clerk to keep maintain the daily record of bank work of different departments. You may share the work of bank teller job too during this bank clerk job. A bank clerk can play a vital role in administration department, such as data entry, typing other necessary bank information served to the customers.
SINGLE WINDOW OPERATOR (SWO)
The following duties shall form part of the normal duties of the clerical cadre and for the performance of which no special pay shall be payable.
All clerks shall also perform all duties and functions of their cadre, either online or manually, which does not involve any passing or supervisory function of an officer of the bank.