Features To Watch Out For SBI Recruitment 2013 In Employment News For Success

Feb 4 10:42 2013 Deepak Joshi Print This Article

Scurrying through the pages of employment news for different job vacancies, people are eyeing such opportunities, which are going to give them a prosperous career and a satisfying personal life.

Jobs from different government organisations are published in these newspapers. From time to time,Guest Posting candidates in search of jobs look for sarkari naukri in these papers. With luck and timing, people are able to find the suitable jobs from these papers and internet portals of employment related news. Various government sectors, starting from public sector undertakings to the nationalised banks, publish their job vacancies in employment news papers. It is from these sources that the SBI recruitment 2013 has been recently known by all the interested candidates. State Bank of India is the leading public sector bank in the country, with the highest transaction and customer base in India. Being part of SBI is a privilege for many students and a job which is in preference among the people of India. Whenever there is an advertisement for the SBI recruitment, there is a huge response from the aspiring candidates. For all those aspirants, who have been eyeing the Probationary Officer jobs in State Bank of India in 2013, good news has arrived with the advertisement of SBI recruitment 2013 for the 1500 posts of Probationary Officers. This is one of the important news in the recent months, in light of the announcement by the top officials in the SBI management of recruiting about 19000 clerks and 1000 POs in the coming years. In view of this impending recruitment drive, a large number of candidates will be able to get into the SBI branches, in different parts of the country. • The most important point for consideration by all the SBI recruitment aspirants is to go through the details of the advertisement in the employment news papers or other internet portals. This will not only give them an idea about the dates of filing in the application forms but also will ensure that they are fulfilling the requisite eligible criteria. • Online registration for the application starts from 30.1.2013 till 23.2.2013, while the payment of fees can be done online from the same dates. Also, facility is there to pay the fee by offline mode, starting from 1.2.2013 till 28.2.2013. The written examination is going to be conducted on 28.4.2013. • Without fulfilling the educational qualifications and age criteria, people will not have their applications accepted by the examining authority. Educational qualification required for the SBI recruitment process is a graduation degree in any subject from a recognised university. Age limit for appearing the recruitment process is set at 21 years to 30 years. Apart from that, the advertisement will have specifications about age relaxation and other conditions for reserved category students. • Another concept which gets cleared by looking at the newspapers is the pattern of examination and the method of selection of the candidates. For the SBI recruitment 2013, there would be a written round with 250 marks for 2 hours, descriptive questions of 50 marks, followed by group discussion and interview. There will be a final selection list, published on the basis of performance of the written round and interview. SBI recruitment drive in 2013 is going to be a huge opportunity for all those awaiting sarkari naukri. With the publication of PO positions, there will soon be recruitment drive for clerical positions as well as specialist officers. In coming days, people are required to watch out for the employment news papers and portals so that they don’t miss out on important features of getting through the selection process. SBI Recruitment 2013 , Sarkari Naukri , Employment News

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