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Home Government Jobs 63200 Vacancies have been announced by Finance Minister in SBI & PSU Banks by March 2013

63200 Vacancies have been announced by Finance Minister in SBI & PSU Banks by March 2013

 

Public Sector Banks are recruiting 63200 vacancies by March 2013: 

More than 7.5 lacs of candidates have been appeared for IBPS CWE PO exams 2012.

Right Now, 20 national banks participate in this examination procedure which is conducted by IBPS. The expectations of the candidates who are appearing for PSU banking exams have increased even more after the announcement from Finance Minister.

 

As per the announcement made by FM on November 15, 2012:-

 

By end of this fiscal year there will be 63,200 vacancies will be filled by Public Sector Banks. It is observable that there were already 84000 vacancies available in PSU banks at the end of the last financial year. 22,000 vacancies have also been advertised by PSU banks in Office Cadre for those who qualified the IBPS CWE 2011 exam.
Vacancies in SBI:-

 

Finance Ministry also stated that there are more than 30% vacancies available in SBI. Considering the fact that SBI along with other 6 associate banks do not participate in IBPS Exam, they have their own procedure of selection.

 

The Recruitment at SBI will begin expectedly by the end of March 2013.  Approximately 21,000 vacancies are expected to be filled up by State Bank of India by the end of this financial year. Among which, 20,000 will be clerical posts and other will be for Officer Grade.

 

 

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