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Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
Sbi, State Bank of India
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  • 1. History:  Started as Bank of Calcutta in Calcutta on 2 June 1806.  Re-designed as the Bank of Bengal on 2 January 1809.  Later Bank of Bengal, bank of Madras and Bank of Bombay were amalgamated to form Imperial Bank of India on 27 January 1921.  It was nationalized on 1955 and was renamed as State Bank of India.
  • 2. Headquarters : Mumbai, India. Local head offices : 14 Zonal offices : 85 No of Branches : 14,816 (Domestic branches) 186(Foreign branches) No of employees : 2,28,296
  • 3. Vision:  Attain high standards of efficiency and professionalism and core institutional values comparable to the best in the field.  To be a committed, caring and responsible corporate citizen.  To provide a satisfying work environment with opportunities for learning, selfdevelopment and self-actualization. Mission:  Develop into a top rate, nimble footed banking institution committed to excellence in services to its customers, enhancing stakeholder’s value though care and competence.
  • 4. SBI group structure: Domestic Banking Subsidiaries: State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur State Bank of Travancore State Bank of Patiala State Bank of Hyderabad State Bank of Mysore
  • 5. Non Banking Subsidiaries 1. SBI Capital Markets Ltd. 2. SBICAP Securities Ltd. 3. SBICAP Ventures Ltd. 4. SBICAP (UK) Ltd. 5. SBICAP Trustees Co. Ltd. 6. BICAP (Singapore Ltd.) 7. SBI DFHI Ltd. 8. SBI Payment Services Pvt. Ltd. 9. SBI Mutual Fund Trustee Company Pvt Ltd. 10. SBI Global Factors Ltd. 11. SBI Pension Funds Pvt. Ltd. 12. SBI Funds Management Pvt. Ltd. 13. SBI Funds Mgt. (International) Pvt. Ltd. 14. SBI Cards & Payment Services Pvt. Ltd. 15. SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd. 16. SBI-SG Global Securities Services Pvt. Ltd. 17. SBI General Insurance Company Ltd.
  • 6. Joint Ventures: 1. C-Edge Technologies Ltd. 2. GE Capital Business Process M gt. Services Pvt. Ltd. 3. Macquarie SBI Infrastructure M gt. Pte. Ltd. 4. Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Trustee Ltd. 5. SBI Macquarie SBI Infrastructure M gt. Pvt. Ltd. 6. SBI Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Trustee Pvt. Ltd. 7. Oman India Joint Investment Fund-Mgt. Co Pvt. Ltd. 8. Oman India Joint Investment Fund-Trustee Co Pvt. Ltd. Foreign Banking Subsidiaries : 1. State Bank of India(California) 2. State Bank of India (Canada) 3. Commercial Bank of India LLC, Moscow 4. SBI (Mauritius) Ltd. 5. PT Bank SBI Indonesia 6. Nepal SBI Bank Ltd.
  • 7. Central board of directors: Directors: 1. Shri S. Venkatachalam 2. Shri D. Sundaram 3. Shri Parthasarathy Iyengar 4. Shri Thomas Mathew 5. Shri Jyoti Bhushan Mohapatra 6. Shri S. K. Mukherjee 7. Dr. Rajiv Kumar 8. Shri Deepak Ishwarbhai Amin 9. Shri Harichandra Bahadur Singh 10. Shri Rajiv TakruShri Rajiv Takru 11. Dr. Urjit R. Patel Shri Pratip Chaudhuri Chairman Managing directors: 1. Shri Hemant G. Contractor 2. Shri Diwakar Gupta 3. Shri A. Krishna Kumar 4. Shri S. Vishvanathan
  • 8. SWOT Analysis 1. The biggest bank in the country. 2. Has a separate act for itself. Thus, a special privilege. 3. Biggest branch network in the country STRENGTH 4. First public sector to move to CBS. 1. Expected to experience high level of attrition due to retirement of its top management. WEAKNESS 2. Still carries the image of the old Govt. sector bank. 1. Pool in talent to replace the going top management to serve the next generation. 2. Make better use of its CRM. OPPORTUNITY 3. Expansion into rural areas. 1. Private banks. 2. New bank licenses by RBI. THREATS 3. Foreign banks that have sophisticated products.
  • 9. Competitors: S. No Name of Bank Turnover As of 31st March 2013 (Million) 1 State bank of India INR 1,196,570 2 ICICI Bank INR 400750 3 PNB Bank INR 418930 4 Bank of Baroda INR 351960 9 HDFC Bank INR 350640 5 Canara Bank INR 340770 6 Bank of India INR 319080 7 Union Bank of India INR 251240 8 Central bank of India INR 218600 10 Indian Overseas Bank INR 206760
  • 10. Financial Status: Mar '13 Mar '12 Mar '11 Mar '10 Mar '09 1,35,691.94 1,20,872.90 96,329.45 85,962.07 76,479.78 1,21,586.96 1,09,186.89 88,959.12 76,796.02 67,358.55 7,370.35 9,166.05 9,121.23 Total income Total expenses Net profit of the year 14,104.98 11,686.01
  • 11. 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0 total income total expenses net profit
  • 12. Net Profit 25000 20000 15000 profit before tax profit after tax 10000 5000 0 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 Profit before tax 14954 18483 19951 Profit after tax 8265 11707 14105
  • 13. Total liabilities 1800000 1600000 Capital 1400000 1200000 690 1000000 680 800000 670 660 600000 650 400000 640 200000 630 620 0 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 12,23,736 13,35,519 15,66,261 610 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 635 671 684
  • 14. Expenses Mar '13 Mar '12 Interest expended 75,325.80 63,230.37 48,867.96 47,322.48 42,915.29 Employee Cost 18,380.90 16,974.04 14,480.17 12,754.65 9,747.31 Selling and Admin Expenses 0.00 15,625.18 12,141.19 7,898.23 5,122.06 Depreciation 1,139.61 1,007.17 Miscellaneous Expenses 26,740.65 12,350.13 12,479.30 7,888.00 8,810.75 Operating Expenses 29,284.42 37,563.09 31,430.88 24,941.01 18,123.66 Provisions & Contingencies 16,976.74 8,393.43 8,660.28 4,532.53 6,319.60 1,21,586.96 1,09,186.89 88,959.12 76,796.02 67,358.55 Total Expenses Mar '11 990.50 Mar '10 932.66 Mar '09 763.14
  • 15. Investment 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 investment 2.95L 3.12L 3.5L 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.1 investment 3 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.6 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
  • 16. Deposits and advances: 2013 2012 annual growth(2013) Deposits 12,02,740 10,43,647 15.24% Advances 10,78,557 10,00,000 20.70%
  • 17. Net Interest Income 2010-2011 2012-2013 32,526 net intrest income 2011-2012 43,291 44,331 net intrest income 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 net intrest income 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
  • 18. Distribution Of Share Holding
  • 19. Share Price 1,614.50 -26.20 [1.6]% NSE Sep 30,12:03 Day's High | Low Open Price 1,617.00 1,619.95 | 1,596.65 1,613.80 -24.70 [1.5]% BSE Day's High | Low Open Price Sep 30,12:09 1,625.00 | 1,597.10 1,614.60
  • 20. PEST analysis Political • Regulatory bodies. • Government policies. • International legislations. Economic • Economic trends( Indian/Global) • Interest and exchange rates Social • Lifestyle trends • Customer attitude and opinion • Media news and brand image • Advertising and publicity Technology • Information technology • Competent technology • Global communication Environmental • Green banking Reduction in electricity and fuel consumption, Solar ATMs
  • 21. Recruitment:
  • 22. Eligibility criteria: For Clerks: Selection of clerks has various restrictions based on educational qualifications and age. Educational qualification:  The candidate must have achieved 60% in 10+2 (For General).  The candidate must have achieved 55% in 10+2 (For SC/ST).  A degree from any recognized institute is welcomed. In terms of age the following criteria must be met:  The minimum required age for this post is 18 years as on 01/12/2011 (Applicable for all).Maximum age should not exceed 28 years (For general).  Adjustment of 3.5 years is available for SC/ST.  Adjustment of 4.3 years is available for BC candidates If all the basic criteria in terms of age and educational qualification are fulfilled, the candidate chooses to appear for SBI clerk recruitment program.
  • 23. Probationary Officers: Probationary Officers resembles a higher post which has greater share of authority and responsibility as a result of which it requires better knowledge of the candidate. Educational qualification in such respect is in form of:  The candidate must have achieved 60% in 10+2 (For General).  The candidate must have achieved 55% in 10+2 (For SC/ST).  A degree from any recognized institute is welcomed.  Basic Knowledge in computer such as MS Office, etc.,  Fluency in English and local language. As far the age criteria goes, following conditions must be satisfies:  The minimum required age for this post is 21 years as on 01/12/2011 (Applicable for all).  Maximum age should not exceed 30 years (For general).  Adjustment of 5 years is available for SC/ST  Adjustment of 3 years is available for BC candidates.
  • 24. Reservation in employment
  • 25. Exam pattern and cutoff
  • 26. Staff strength officers assistants Subordina total te staff 80,404 95,715 39,362 2,15,481 Less:retirements/ 3,059 attrition Add/less(-) due to 2,604(+) promotion 4,107 2,412 9,578 2,604(-) …. …. Add : new addition 847 20,682 864 22,393 As on 31.3.2013 80,796 1,09,686 37,814 2,28,296 As on 31.3.2012
  • 27. Strategic Training Unit Apex Training Institutes:  State Bank Staff College- Hyderabad  State Bank Academy- Gurgoan  State Bank Foundation Institute- Indore  State Bank Institute Of Rural Development- Hyderabad  State Bank Institute Of Information And Communication Management- Hyderabad State Bank Learning Institutes:  47 Leading Institutes Across 19 States In The Country.
  • 28. Training Institutes
  • 29. Corporate Social Responsibility 1. The Bank keeps aside 1% of its net profit for corporate social responsibility. 2. The Bank CSR policy involves donation under the following major categories: a. National donations to Prime Minister’s and Chief Minister’s Relief Funds for natural and other calamities. b. Contribution to organizations having exemption under 80G of the Income Tax Act largely for equipment and vehicles. c. Distribution of fans and water purifiers to neighbourhood schools.
  • 30. CSR spend. (in crores) 3. Other Flagship programs:  The Bank donated 1,40,000 fans to 14,000 schools. The methodology was that every branch of the Bank adopted a school in its neighbour hood attended by students from modest background and installed 10 fans and one water purifier.  Bank has donated 313 ambulances and medical vans.
  • 31.  To help children especially the physically handicapped children, Bank has distributed 51 school buses/vans.  Some of the notable beneficiaries of Bank’s support have been the following institutions like  Aravind Eye Hospital, Chennai, Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata, N.Swain Memorial Trust, Hyderabad, Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai etc.  The Bank has also supported several initiatives in installing solar     lamps in many places largely in the rural areas not having dependable electricity supply.
  • 32. Honours and Awards The Bank has won the following awards for its CSR activities. • Golden Peacock Award for Corporate Social Responsibility. • Asia’s Best CSR Practice Award-2012 • Asian CSR leadership Award -2012. • IPE Best CSR Award -2012. • Most Caring Company Award – 2012. Other awards and honours include:  FE Best Banks Award-Award for Initiatives”.  National Award- 2011-12 Best Bank for “Excellence in the field of Khadi & Village Industries (PMEGP)”
  • 33.  “Agriculture Leadership Award 2012” from Agriculture Today under Development Leadership category.  “Best IT driven Innovation Award in Banking” in the Country from NASSCOM was awarded to APGVB, RRB sponsored by SBI.  Ministry of Rural Development, GOI, awarded “Certificate of Excellence” for Bank’s proactive role in establishing Rural Self Employment Training Institutes across the country during the year 2011-12.
  • 34. Job Opportunities:

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