|SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya|
aims at infusing the fresh talents into the banks.
"The public money goes into formation of the institutions like IITs and IIMs. From all of these good institutions, which nurture the best talents of the country, the public sector banks are barred from recruitment," SBI chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya said at a recent event.
Currently, the Supreme Court does not allow state-run banks to go for campus recruitment to these premier institutions as every vacancy has to be advertised so that everyone should be able to participate in it.
"Now, what kind of a country actually spends tax payers money and then stops the public sector banks from taking talents from these institutions," she said.
She said that by not allowing public sector banks to recruit from IITs and IIMs, it is creating a barrier and does not give them a level-playing field.
"If without this the public sector has delivered so much then imagine what we will deliver if we are allowed...," she added.
Private investment banks participate in B-school placements in a big way and hire the best brains. But the state owned banks are deprived of the same.