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Recruitment of 6100 Clerical Staff in Associte Banks State Bank of India (SBI)

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Central Recruitment & Promotion Department, State Bank of India, Corporate Centre, Mumbai invites Online applications from Indian citizens for appointment of 6100 Clerical Cadre posts in State Bank of India Associate Banks (State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Suarashtra, State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of Mysore, State Bank of Indore, State Bank of Patiala etc.) up to 01/11/2010.
  • Clerical Cadre : 6100 posts in various states in India (see detailed advt. for Bank-wise, State-wise and Category-wise vacancies) , Pay Scale : Rs.7200-19300/-, Qualification : Minimum 12th Standard (10+2) or equivalent qualification thereof with a minimum of 60% marks (55% for SC/ST/PWD/XS) OR A degree from a recognised university (graduation level) with a minimum of 40% marks (35% for SC/ST/PWD/XS). Matriculate Ex-Servicemen, who have obtained the Indian Army Special Certificate of Education or corresponding certificate in the Navy or the Air Force, who have put in not less than 15 years of service in Armed Forces of the Union are also eligible for the post. Should be able to write and speak English fluently, must be fluent in speaking and writing the Regional Language of the state from which they are selected. Knowledge of other Indian language will be an added qualification.


Age : 18-28 years. Age relaxation as per Govt. rules.
Selection Procedure : Final selection will be made on the basis of performance in the written test and interview taken together.
Application Fee : Rs. 250/- (for SC/ST/PWD/XS Rs.50/- only) to be deposited in any branch of SBI by a prescribed deposit slip and get receipt upto 30/10/2010. Details of the payment should be entered in online application form.
How to Apply : Apply Online at SBI website upto 01/11/2010.
Important Dates :
Last date of Online submission of Application : 01/11/2010
Date of Written Examination : 16/01/2011
For more information, please visit the Recruitment page at SBI website.
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