Central Bank of India issues notification for Recruitment application of Probationary Officers in every year. Get the latest updates of Central Bank Of India recruitment application, latest jobs vacancies and further more procedures.
Central Bank of India was established in 1911. It was the first Indian commercial bank who had entirely owned and managed by Indians. The commencement of the Bank was the ultimate realisation of the dream of Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala, founder of the Bank. Sir Pherozesha Mehta was the first Chairman of a truly ‘Swadeshi Bank’. Central Bank of India as the ‘property of the nation and the country’s asset’ was proclaimed by Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala, and he feel the extent of pride. He also said, ‘Central Bank of India lives on people’s faith and regards itself as the people’s own bank’.
In banking sector, banks have created many opportunities and requirements for people with marketing and technological skills isolated from financial background.
As other sectors, Central Bank of India has also issue periodic notification in different newspapers and Magazines for recruitment purpose in their sector. Presently, job application facility through their websites has been implemented by all the banks. This Bank also gives an idea about limited posts on the basis of the vacancies. If once candidate comes across job notification then, he/she could login to the bank’s website and can know about the details of the job like Opening Date of Registration, Closing Date of Registration, numbers of Vacancies, Pay Scale.
Application from for Central Bank of India Recruitment
First of all, a candidate should download the application form, from the official Website www.centralbankofindia.co.in. After that, submit the application form along with DD of Rs. 50/- for SC/ST/PWD/EXSM candidates and Rs. 250/- for other candidates. The DD must have Down in favouring “Central Bank of India – Recruitment of Clerks” payable at Mumbai
Application Fee non-refundable
For SC/ST/EX-Servicemen/PWD – Rs. 50/-
For all others (including OBC) – Rs. 250/-
Following are different posts issued by bank for persons who want to join the bank accordingly:
- A clerk
- A Grade I officer
- A Grade II officer
A clerk works for the cash department as examiners of coins and notes. They promotes to superior post only when clerks pass the relevant examinations after 5-10 years of service.
For ‘A Grade I’: The persons who are Graduates, Post Graduates, CA’s, MBA’s in the 21-26 years of age group can apply for this post. They are recruited on the basis of logical reasoning, mental ability, numerical aptitude and general English.
Procedure of selection of candidates is based on Written admission examination.
Step1: The Exam Hall Ticket
First of all, candidate will receive exam hall ticket via post, approximately before one week of the exam. If any candidates do not receive their hall ticket in time then, he/she should contact the bank’s regional office. When candidate appear for the Written test then he/she need to take a hard copy of the online application along with the hall ticket.
Step2: The procedure of examination
- Paper I is a written test comprising of General Mental Ability (Objective type).
- Paper II is a subjective one which has English Essays/Comprehension/Precise writing etc.
- Paper III is on Economics and Social problems.
50 questions would be contained in each section. But the important thing is to clear the exam with the minimum cut-off marks. Candidates need to complete the entire exam within 2 hours for that Time management is important. Overall, the minimum cut-off marks to pass the exam are about 50% to 60%. Candidates who have passed the exam will have to take up a Group discussion (GD) and interview tests. Candidates have to submit their copies of the certificate at the time of GD/interview. Then after, the bank releases the final list of candidates who have passed the above mention examination and interviews.
Step3: The Ratio of Selection
The ratio of selection of candidates is upon the vacancies with the bank. Most of the banks, select the candidates in the ratio of 1:40, it means only 1 candidate gets selected out of 40 candidates appearing for the preliminary examination
Step4: The Announcement of results
Generally, the results of the preliminary written exam is announced within 2 to 2.5 months’ time. The entire process takes approximate 3 to 4 months for Clerk posts and 4 to 6 months for officer posts.
At last, the final results of successful candidates chosen for appointment is published at the bank’s website.
- The Candidate should have passed any graduate Degree From any Recognised university. or
- The candidate Should have passed 10+2 from any recognized Board with 50% marks at least or
- The candidate should have passed with 60% marks in the aggregate in Matriculation/ SSC SSLC/10th Std. examination of 10+2+3 pattern or equivalent.
- The candidate must be between Minimum 18 Years, Maximum: 28 Years
Relaxation of Upper Age Limit
SC/ST candidates: 5 Years
OBC Candidates: 3 Years
Persons with Disability: 10 Years
Central Bank of India Recruitment Exam Test helds in following Cities : Andhra Pradesh – Hyderabad, Assam – Guwahati, Bihar – Patna and Muzaffarpur, Chhattisgarh – Raipur and Ambikapur, Goa – Panaji, Gujarat – Ahmedabad, Haryana – Ambala, Himachal Pradesh – Shimla, Jharkhand – Ranchi, Karnataka – Bangalore, Kerala – Thiruvananthapuram, Madhya Pradesh – Bhopal, Jabalpur and Indore, Maharashtra – Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur, Orissa – Bhubaneshwar, Punjab – Chandigarh, Rajasthan – Jaipur, Sikkim – Guwahati, Tamil Nadu – Chennai, Tripura – Guwahati, Uttaranchal – Dehradun, Uttar Pradesh – Lucknow and Agra, West Bengal – Kolkata
Central Bank of India
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