The Public Sector Banks recruitment is again on the rise as the the Government owned banks will be going to hire 63200 manpower including officers and clerical staff by the end of the current financial year i.e, by March 2013.
Govt has also made it clear that the recruitment exercise in each cadre will be held at least once a year only. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) on behalf of 20 PSBs will hold the Common written examination and also from now, there are common eligibility criteria and interview for all public sector banks and a one-time application fee. Common Interviews are also a responsibility of IBPS from now.
Note: The country largest bank SBI and its 6 associates will not be a part of the CWE and Common interviews conducted by IBPS and will follow its own procedure. But a good News because A Third of these vacancies openings will be in SBI.
The above table depicts that the Public sector Banks are hiring manpower in large numbers every year. The hiring in Sub-staff department is continuously increasing every year but that of clerks has fallen down as compared to previous years. Now, again in the year 2012-13 the hiring process will be quite similar or more than as compared to 2009-10 recruitments because this year the no. of retirements is in great numbers in the public sector banks. So, Its a great opportunity for you all. Prepare well to get into highly reputed jobs of Public Sector Banks.
The article published in a leading newspaper dated 15 November 2012, stated that as on 30 September 2012,
- All Government-owned banks had a total vacancy (officers, clerks and sub-staff combined) of 84,489.
- Of this, banks plan to recruit 63,200 during the current financial year.
Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said that “There are huge job opportunities for young men and women in banks. It’s a very attractive career, and young men and women must take advantage of it”. So, prepare yourself !!
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