IBPS Clerk Salary 2018: Job Profile & Career Growth

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 IBPS Clerk Salary 2018: Job Profile & Career Growth

 IBPS Clerk 2018 Salary, Job Profile

IBPS has released the notification for CRP Clerks-VIII for vacancies of 2019-20 for various participating banks. It is a good opportunity for those who aspire to start their career in the Banking sector. Candidates clearing the IBPS Clerk 2018 exam, will be placed in any of the 19 participating banks. But before anything else, it’s crucial for you to know more about the career prospects, work culture, salaries, etc. of a Clerk. 


IBPS Clerk Salary, Job Profile & Career Growth Details:


IBPS Clerk Job Profile

The Job profile of a Clerk in PSB is related to single window operator. The clerk is the first point of contact for inquiries & guidance.  It is the starting designation in the hierarchy of bank jobs. 
  • A clerk deals with the front desk work and customer handling operations.
  • A clerk works at the single window operations like managing inquiry corners, withdrawal, managing receipts etc.
  • A clerk also deals with opening new accounts, cash collection, issuing bank statements and handling mails and delivery.

Growth Opportunity:  

As per IBPS Clerk promotion process, the candidates would be promoted to higher posts on basis of their performance after working for 3 years. Through internal exams a clerk can get promoted to the post of Probationary Officer/Assistant Manager. After starting your career as Officer or Clerk in a PSB you can also appear for Associate Exams: JAIIB and CAIIB certification exam which is bright opportunity to get an edge over others. 

IBPS Clerk Salary & Allowances:

A Clerk in a Public Sector Bank can get a salary of Rs.18000 to Rs.21000 during the training period. After training period the perks and emoluments are added and it may vary from bank to bank. The Basic Salary Component of Bank Clerk may vary in the range of Rs 11,500 – Rs 13,000. (with a scope of promotion.)

Start Preparing Now to start your Career in the Banking Sector !!!



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