Assistant Managers and Medical Officer, SBI


Company profile: SBI is one of the largest government banks in India. This bank has been serving our country since 1973. This bank is indulged in non-profitable banking services and other welfare and social causes. This bank deals in personal banking, treasury banking, broking services and special services for NRIs etc.

Job profile: The engineers will be absorbed as assistant managers. They will have to manage their relevant departments and take charge of the activities of their respective departments. They will have to support their seniors regarding the planning and control of the happenings taking place in the offices.

Only Indian nationals can apply. The age of a candidate must be between 21 and 30 years for engineers and for medical officers the age should be between 21 and 35 years. However, relaxation can be claimed as per the norms.

Educational qualifications: For the post of engineer a candidate must have a degree in civil or electrical engineering from a recognized university plus a minimum experience of 2 years in relevant branch.
For the post of medical officer a candidate must have a MBBS degree and a minimum of 5 years experience as a general practitioner with MCI.

No. of posts: There are 40 posts for assistant managers (civil/electrical engineers) and 28 posts for medical officers.

Pay scale:
The candidates will be given a pay scale of Rs10000-14320 for all the posts plus other usual allowances as per rules.

Selection procedure: The selection will be purely on the basis of short listings and interviews. The bank may hold a written exam. There will be a probation period of 2 years for the engineers.

How to apply: The candidates are required to pay application fee and postage charges of Rs250 in case of OBC/GEN and Rs50 in case SC/ST/PH. The candidates have to go to any CBS branch of SBI and pay the fee in the A/C No. 30817345945 and get the details required to fill the application form given in the prescribed format. The candidates must send a proof of age, caste certificate, educational qualification proof, exp certificates etc.
The candidates must send their applications (super scribing the envelope with “Application for the post of ___________”) to Post Box No. 7693, Kandivali Post Office, Mumbai – 400067 on or before 31.08.09.

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7 Responses to “Assistant Managers and Medical Officer, SBI”

  1. 7

    I am qualified,registered homoeopathic practitioner having BHMS degree,practising in western suburb of mumbai since last 23 years,I want to appear for medical officer,sbi,how can you help me?

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    hoshiar kaushal:

    i have applied for the post of assistant manager(legal), but i have not received my roll no. for the same yet. kindly intimate me plz whether my roll no. has been despatched or not to me. thanks.

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    i have appeared in test for recriutment of assistant manager on 8th apirl,2011.i mwating for my result,my roll no# 7191172, plz send my result on my email address. thanks

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    Anil kumar tiwari:

    i have appeared in sbi asstt. manager exam ,but till now i am not getting my exam result .My roll no.-1302130211 so kindly give me exam result in my mail.

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    dr sajjan:

    ‘Modern medicine’ for non-allopathic doctors
    TNN 3 May 2004, 02:02am IST
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    PUNE: The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) is planning to prepare a syllabus to train ayurvedic and homeopathic doctors in
    allopathy, said MUHS vice-chancellor Dr Ravindra Bapat.

    Speaking to the press on the sidelines of the convocation ceremony of the Symbiosis Institute for Health Sciences (SIHS) here on Sunday, Bapat said this was being done to train these doctors in modern allopathic medicine.

    Bapat added that the primary health sector, the first contact of the people with the doctors, was dominated by practitioners of homeopathy and ayurveda, especially in the rural areas.

    He said that many of these practitioners were dispensing allopathic medicines to the people without “an iota of knowledge about side-effects”.

    Bapat said, instead of making these medical practitioners stop dispensing the medicines, the solution lay in empowering them with knowledge of allopathy to help them effectively treat the masses.

    He said the planned syllabus would consist of “preventive and curative medicine, medical diagnosis and standard treatment guidelines (STG),” and would also aim at equipping the medical practitioners with the essential drug list (EDL) prepared by the World Health Organisation.

    Approval was being sought for the syllabus, which would be jointly prepared by the MUHS and the Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU), Bapat said.

    Bapat said despite the state having 160 medical colleges, the urban-rural divide existed as far as access to primary healthcare was concerned.

    He said among allopathic medicine graduates, around 84 per cent went in for specialisation and many opted to go abroad in search of greener pastures. The result was the take-over of the primary healthcare system, especially in the rural areas by the other branches of medicine.

    Quoting the results of a survey conducted in five talukas of the Nasik district, Bapat said 84 per cent doctors belonged to non-allopathic streams.

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    dr sajjan:

    i m MD(H),I ntrested for medical officer 09823024447…..

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