SBI Chairman: For the time being, the command of the country’s largest government bank State Bank of India (SBI) will remain in the hands of its current Chairman Dinesh Khara. The central government has extended the tenure of SBI Chairman Dinesh Khara till next year i.e. till August 2024. According to sources who have received this information and did not wish to be named, they said that the tenure of Dinesh Khara has been extended till his age of 63 years next year.
Dinesh Khara will remain the chairman of SBI
According to the news of Reuters, Dinesh Khara will currently take charge of the country’s largest lender SBI. He was appointed on 7 October 2020 for three years and his tenure was ending on 7 October 2023 but it has been extended till August 2024. According to the rules, the post of Chairman of SBI can be held till the age of 63 years. Dinesh Khara will turn 63 next year.
No response from Finance Ministry at present
Sources say that the Central Government may issue an order to this effect soon. Although the Union Finance Ministry and the Central Government have not given any reply to the comments sent in this regard, but an order in this regard may be issued soon. Dinesh Khara said in an event today that the bank is planning to start enrollment, account opening and card-based services under social security schemes in the future.
SBI achieved excellent growth during the tenure of Dinesh Khara
During the tenure of Dinesh Khara, State Bank of India has done good banking activities and shown strong business results. For the entire financial year 2023, SBI has earned a net profit of Rs 50,232 crore, which shows a growth of 58.5 percent on year-on-year basis. This is the first time that SBI has earned a profit of more than Rs 50 thousand crore in a financial year.
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