Public sector banks, from State Bank of India to Allahabad Bank, will hire as many as 56,500 people in the next six months in the highest ever recruitment drive by the industry in more than a decade as business grows and the threat of new banks looms as the Reserve Bank of India plans to issue new licences soon. The recruitments by more than a dozen banks will be 30% higher than last year's numbers as hopes of business cycle turning for the better grow, bankers said. Read more...
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