In our comparative analysis series, we are here with a comparative analysis on SBI Clerk vs ESIC UDC. While the last ESIC UDC and Steno Notification announced over 1700 vacancies, 8000 clerk vacancies are expected through SBI Clerk 2020 recruitment. Here is an attempt of a detailed comparative analysis of SBI Clerk vs IBPS Clerk in terms of their Job profile, responsibilities, salary and career growth.
SBI Clerk vs ESIC UDC: Roles and responsibilities
ESIC UDC Job Profile
Employees’ State Insurance (abbreviated as ESI) is a self-financing social security and health insurance scheme for Indian workers. This fund is managed by the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) according to rules and regulations stipulated there in the ESI Act 1948. ESIC is an autonomous corporation by a statutory creation under the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.
Let us go through the job roles and responsibilities for the post of Upper Division Clerk (UDC) in the ESIC.
SBI Clerk Job Profile
Clerks/Junior Associate is required to assist customers and potential customers through various banking processes. They need to be highly confident and answer every query. They are involved in
1. Document Verification
2. Managing Single Window Counter
3. Attending to Government Treasury Work
4. Update Pass Books
5. Issue Cash Receipts at Counters
6. Clearing and Transferring Cheques and Receipts as per request
7. Verification of Vernacular Signatures
ESIC UDC is an upper-division clerk with grade pay of 2400. The main job is divided into two sub-post UDC and UDC cashier. A UDC has work related to public dealing, employer dealing, cashier ship ( special allotment), benefit payment, and various allotted tasks.
A UDC regulates the work allotted to an LDC and MTS and reports directly to head clerks.