State Bank of India is ready to witness some major changes in its recruitment structure in near future.
As per SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya, the number of recruitment at the entry level will be based on the number of retirement in that particular year. She announced that the bank would make a schedule, so that everybody knows when the examinations will take place in the SBI group and for which kind of hiring.
In concern to hiring of spurts, Bhattacharya said that the bank will not hire spurts anymore as it was found inefficient. From now on the steady stream of people entering the organization will be easy to deal with as they can be properly trained and can work on board.
Campus recruitment is also on the cards of the Bank and the Bank is working on to get a bypass on 2013 court ruling banning state run banks from campus recruitment at India's elite universities. Bhattacharya was quoted saying that, "We've flagged to the government that at least a portion of our recruitment we should be able to do from campuses. The government has assured us they are working on this."