Canara Bank PO Salary
Canara Bank PO Recruitment Salary
Canara Bank PO is providing a specially designed one year program for Post Graduate Diploma of Banking and Finance (PGDBF) after successful completion of which candidates will be given a designation of Probationary Officer (PO) in Canara bank. This is a nine month course followed by a three month training provided by the Canara bank. The institute which will provide the courses will be either Manipal Global Education Services Ltd, Bengaluru or NITTE Education International Private Limited Greater Noida Campus. During the course a stipend of ten thousand rupees will be paid for three months. A reimbursement towards the purchase of uniforms (Four thousand rupees) will be given to each candidate.
|Basic Salary||Rs. 15080– Rs. 24500|
|Dearness Allowance||Rs. 8732– Rs. 10800|
|House Rent Allowance||Rs. 8025– Rs. 9025|
|Medical Aid||Rs. 7203 – Rs. 8320|
|Newspaper||Rs. 275 – Rs. 300|
|Petrol||Rs. 2500 – Rs. 3050|
|Pension Contribution||Rs. 2250 – Rs.2525|
|Gross Salary||Rs. 25123 – Rs. 35250|
Canara PO Pay scale
The Canara Probationary Officers salary for the structure for. Rs.25123 – Rs. 35250 including all perks and allowances.
Canara Bank PO Job Profile
Canara Bank has released the official notification for Probationary Officer (Preliminary and Main) for the Bank. As per notification, there are 800 vacancies in total for the post of Probationary Officers. The Canara PO examination has scheduled on the months of October and November. As the exam is nearly months away, it is time for the candidates to start the preparation.
Canara Bank Roles and Responsibilities
Canara Bank conducts exam for the post of Probationary Officer (PO) in various bank. The post of Probationary Officer has a very essential and vital role in the banking industry. Canara PO will have handled a variety of tasks some of the basic responsibilities are as follows:-
- Probationary Officers and Managers in banks are into customer dealing and maintenance and supervising regular branch activities.
- The Probationary Officer of a public sector bank will include looking after public relations, monitoring and regulating branch activities and tasks, address customer relates issues and grievances, approving and monitoring daily branch and customer transactions and handling loan processing.
- An assistant manager is expected to multitask and verify the work done by clerks whenever required.
- The selected candidates through this recruitment process and you are working as Assistance Manager you’ll have plenty of opportunities to grow your career in any Public sector Bank. A part from promotion through examination, at times banks may also promotion of employee on the seniority basis.