State Bank Of India is located at H/o Hari Mohan Mishra, New Teachers Training School, Gamharia, Saraikela, Dhirajganj, Gamharia, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand 831013, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with State Bank Of India and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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KAJAL CHAKRABARTY

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My dear my globals friends iam kajal chakrabarty iam Indian Bengoli citizen ilove truth humanity wit

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My dear my globals friends iam kajal chakrabarty iam Indian Bengoli citizen ilove truth humanity with equaliti there for ilove automacally peace this peace is possible our politically with socially my dear my globals friends our Indian national Bank of business is very powerful in our social i mean state bank of India is very nice bank here all stuff is skill there s work there behavior is peace full we love this bank thank all my dear my globals friends

Santosh Kumar

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its staf not good also manager is not talking to all people

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its staf not good also manager is not talking to all people

Upasana Mandal

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Employees of this bank doesn't have manners to talk with customers.

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Employees of this bank doesn't have manners to talk with customers.

SUNNY KUMAR SHARMA

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Very good

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Very good

Amit Kumar

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Worst customer service....

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Worst customer service....

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