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SBT to hire for 2,500 clerical positions
By Neelima Shankar
Aug 7, 2012
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State Bank of Travancore has invited applications for nationwide clerical positions in its branches. This would be the biggest recruitment drive by the State Bank of India associate.

The bank would see a lot of its employees retiring in the next few years, in addition to it a large number of clerical employees are due for to be promoted to the rank of the officers.

Bank has also opened 100 new branches in the last three months, and plans to open another 100 branches very soon. Each branch requires an officer level employee and two clerical employees for running them.

Interested candidates will have to undergo a test conducted by the bank, and can apply for only one state vacancies.

Eligibility criteria for the examination would be 18-28 years of age, 12th standard pass with minimum 60% marks or graduation in any stream from a recognised university.

Reservations and age relaxation for schedule caste/schedule tribe/other backward classes/ex-defense/persons wit disabilities would be applicable as per the guidelines.

Registrations can be made online at SBI or State Bank of Travancore site under the recruitment link. The exam would take place on October 7 and October 14.


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