Karur Vysya Bank was started in the year 1916 in Karur, then a small textile town with a vast agricultural background, by two illustrious sons of the soil – Sri M.A. Venkatarama Chettiar and Sri Athi Krishna Chettiar. What started as a venture with a seed capital of Rs. 1.00 lakh has grown into a leading financial institution that offers various financial services to millions of its customers under one roof. The bank has a branch network of 312 and an ATM network of 322. The bank plans to improve the branch network to over 350 by the end of the financial year 2009 -10. The bank has in place robust risk management systems and adheres to the tenets of Corporate Governance. The bank is well-equipped to boldly take up the challenges in the industry and emerge as a top-notch one-stop-shop techie financial supermarket. KVB will continue its endeavours to bring the best of products and services to its customers to emerge as the techie bank that provides the gateway to Smart Way to bank. Commercial banking in India could boast of a history of about 200 years. Though one could trace the history of banking from the 19th century, the beginning of last century saw the birth of many banks in certain parts of the country set up by people with vision and national spirit. The vision of the bank is “DELIGHT THE CUSTOMERS CONTINUALLY BY BLENDING TRADITION WITH TECHNOLOGY TO DELIVER INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES AT AFFORDABLE RATES THROUGH A PAN INDIA BRANCH NETWORK”.
Selection procedure includes Written Test – Objective & Descriptive. Objective test is consisting of Test of Reasoning Ability, Test of Quantitative Aptitude, and Test of General Awareness on current developments. The descriptive part is meant for testing Higher order cognitive abilities to assess knowledge on current developments and communication skills. And this procedure will be followed by a GD and PI for the candidates who clear the written test.
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