SBI Clerk Mains Result 2021 Released: Here is how to check online at sbi.co.in
- SBI Clerk Mains Result 2021: SBI has declared the results of the SBI Clerk (Junior Associate) Mains Examination 2021 on its official website - sbi.co.in.
The SBI Clerk Mains Result 2021 release online has been announced and candidates can check the same from the comforts of their homes. The examination was conducted from October 1 to October 17, 2021. A total of 5000 posts are to be filled through this examination. Candidates who have appeared in the SBI Clerk Mains exam 2021 can check their results by visiting the official website of the State Bank of India (SBI) at sbi.co.in.
It can be noted that the results are in the form of roll numbers of provisionally selected candidates for appointment.
How to check the SBI Clerk Mains Result 2021?
In order to check the results and know if the candidates have cleared the examination or not, the following steps can be followed:
Step 1: Visit the official website of SBI at sbi.co.in.
Step 2: Click on the link saying, "RECRUITMENT OF JUNIOR ASSOCIATES (CUSTOMER SUPPORT & SALES)(Final Result Announced) (Advertisement No. CRPD/CR/2021-22/09)”
Step 3: The SBI Clerk Mains Results 2021 will be displayed on the screen in a PDF format.
Step 4: Check the result and see if your roll number is mentioned or not.
Step 5: Candidates are advised to download the result and take a print out of it for future use.
Candidates can also click on the direct link mentioned here to check the result- https://www.sbi.co.in/webfiles/uploads/files_2122/17112021-Junior%20Associates-mains-2021-RESULT-15%20FORMAT.pdf
As per the official notification, the pay scale is of ₹17900-1000/3-20900-1230/3-24590-1490/4-30550-1730/7-42600-3270/1-45930-1990/1-47920. The starting basic pay is ₹19900 ( ₹17900/- plus two advance increments admissible to graduates).
Govt to soon clear list of independent directors for banks
(PTI) The government is expected soon to clear a list of independent directors to be appointed on various public sector banks and financial institutions to meet regulatory norms of corporate governance.
There have been vacancies at the independent director level across the public sector space, leading to regulatory non-compliance, sources said.
A list of eligible persons to be appointed as independent directors has gone to the Prime Minister's Office and it will take a final call soon, the sources said.
Appointments Committee of the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes all high-level appointments, including that of independent directors.
As per the Companies Act 2013, every listed public company shall have at least one-third of the total number of directors as independent directors.
Since many listed public sector banks (PSBs) and some financial institutions (FIs) are short of the mandated number of directors, it is in violation of the Companies Act as well as listing norms of market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India, the sources said.
For example, some of the banks like Indian Overseas Bank, Indian Bank and UCO Bank are not compliant with independent director norms.
Except for State Bank of India (SBI) and Bank of Baroda, the position of chairman in most of the state-owned banks is vacant. The posts of workman director and officer director, representing the employees and officers of the banks, respectively, have been vacant for the past 7 years.
There are 12 public sector banks, four public sector general insurance companies, and one life insurance firm. Besides, there are some specialised insurance players like Agriculture Insurance Company of India Ltd.
In addition, there are state-owned financial institutions like IFCI, IIFCL, ECGC Ltd and EXIM Bank.
The Boards of Directors of nationalised banks are guided by the provisions of Section 9 of the Banking Companies (Acquisition and Transfer of Undertakings) Act, 1970 and Nationalised Banks (Management and Miscellaneous Provisions ) Scheme, 1970.