hi can a woman be rejected in medical if she is pregnant (1 month)
From India, Ernakulam
my friend is waiting for her medical test in SBI she passed test and interview.now she is 1 month pregnant .pls help...
From India, Ernakulam
Medical is done only to see any disease you have which can make you unfit for the job but pregnancy is no reason to declare you unfit. Rajeev Kumar Bangalore
From India, Bangalore
Only some private companies reject the candidates if they are preganant before recruitment just to evade monetary liabilities. I don’t think SBI will reject on account of pregnancy. Pon
From India, Lucknow
Dear Aami_Gmail,
Your friend aint be rejected. The reason can be thought in various ways. I second the opinions given above by our eligible members. Additionally; at the time of her 4th month she should be completing 80 calendar days of working in 12 months. Therefore, she would be eligible for Maternity leave under the Maternity Benefit Act.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Friends, Employers reject such candidates only to aviod future liabilities,As per my knowledge there is no leagal provision in industrial laws which states for rejection such candidates. Thanks
From India, New Delhi
Any reputed organization will not reject. Since it is SBI, your friend can be rest assured that she will not be rejected. As my friend has mentioned, pregnancy is not a disease. So congratulate her and give her strength and confidence.
T. Chandran

From India, Kolkata

Dear Ami, No ,legally speaking, a lady cannot be rejected for being pregnant. It amounts to discrimination based on sex.
From India, Delhi
Dear Aami
Already you have got answers - can't reject a lady on the ground that she pregnant.
Maternity benefits can be denied/disallowed.
Take up the matter with concerned SBI officials.
Instead of worrying about the medical result - concentrate on the motherhood to have a nice, intelligent baby.
WIth best wishes
Ramgopal K S

From India, Mumbai
Dear Aami
One of mine friend informed that there is no provision in the service rules of SBI to reject someone on the ground of pregnancy. As already told by many of cite fellows that it is not a disease so need not to worry.

From India, Delhi

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