Central Bank of India is one of the biggest and oldest commercial banks in India. Currently, Central Bank of India has 3563 branches and 270 extension counters across 27 Indian states.
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Central Bank of India was established in the year 1911 by Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala and the headquarters of the bank is located in Mumbai, India. The Indian Government nationalized the bank on July together with 13 others in the year 1969.
Central Bank of India calls applications from Indian Citizens for posts of Probationary officer in Junior Management Grade (JMG) scale I-2010.
Probationary officer in JMG scale I (mainstream)
Total Number of posts: 500 (UR-250, SC-75, ST-40, OBC-135) (PH-19) in JMG-I cadre,
Age: 21-30 years
Pay Scale: Rs.10000-18240
Qualification: Applicant must be a graduate with 55% from an acknowledged university in aggregate (50% for SC/ST/PWD candidates). Basic knowledge of computer is also necessary.
How to Apply?
Applicants are required to visit to any Branch of Central Bank of India and pay the amount of prescribed fees/postal charges and get receipt from the branch. Applicant can also apply online through its official website at www.centralbankofindia.co.in. No other mode of application will be accepted.
Online Application starts on 06/05/2010
Online Application Closes on 05/06/2010
Date of Written exam for Probationary Officers 25.07.2010
Application Fee: Per application Rs.300/-. (Rs. 25/- as postal charges only for SC/ST/PWD candidates) Required Fees is to be deposited in any CBS branch of Central Bank by Fee Payment Receipt. At the time of written test, original receipt should be produced.
Selection Procedure: On the basis of written test/ or Group Discussion, Applicant will be selected which is conducted by the bank. Interview depends on the number of application received for each post.
Central Bank of India Exam Pattern: Written Test will include (1) Objective Test on Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, and General Awareness and English (2) Descriptive Test.
For general category, the qualifying marks for descriptive test will be 50% and 45% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD. Written examination’s merit list will be based on the aggregate of the marks obtained by the candidates in Objective and Descriptive tests.
Final Selection: Applicants who pass in both the exam written test as well as group discussion. Interview will be conducted for final selection. Selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category.
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