Probationary Officers job Position in State Bank of India (SBI)
SBI recruiting 2000 Vacancies for the post of Probationary Officers
No. of Vacancies : 2000 (SC-300, ST-150, OBC-540, EWS-200, GEN-810)
Qualifications : Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government. Those who are in the Final Year/ Semester of their Graduation may also apply provisionally subject to the condition that, if called for interview, they will have to produce proof of having passed the graduation examination on or before 31.08.2019. Candidates having Integrated Dual Degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the date of passing the IDD is on or before 31.08.2019. Candidates possessing qualification of Chartered Accountant may also apply
Emoluments : Presently, the starting basic pay is 27,620/- (with 4 advance increments) in the scale of 23700-980/7-30560-1145/2-32850-1310/7-42020 applicable to Junior Management Grade Scale-I. The official will also be eligible for D.A, H.R.A/ Lease rental, C.C.A, Medical and other allowances & perquisites as per rules in force from time to time. The total compensation per annum on CTC basis be a minimum of 8.20 lacs and maximum of 13.08 lacs depending on place of posting and other factors. SBI may offer, subject to necessary approvals, a SMART Compensation Package which would enable candidates a choice to monetize specific elements of the salary package.
Age Limit (As on 01.04.2019) : Not below 21 years and not above 30 years as on 01.04.2019 i.e. candidates must have been born not later than 01.04.1998 and not earlier than 02.04.1989 (both days inclusive)
Application Fee :
1. SC/ ST/ PWD : Rs.125/- (Intimation Charges only)
2. General/ EWS/ OBC : Rs.750/-(App. Fee including intimation charges)
Selection Procedure : The recruitment process will be held in three phases i.e. Preliminary Examination, Main Examination and Group Exercise & Interview. Candidates who are shortlisted after Preliminary Examination will have to appear for Main Examination. Candidates who are shortlisted after the Main Examination will be subsequently called for Group Exercises & Interview.
The tentative schedule of events is as follows:
Activity Tentative Dates On-line registration including Editing/ Modification of Application by candidates 02.04.2019 to 22.04.2019
Payment of Application Fee/ Intimation Charges 02.04.2019 to 22.04.2019
Download of call letters for online Preliminary Examination 3 rd week of May 2019 onwards
Online Preliminary Examination 8 th, 9th, 15th & 16th June 2019
Result of Online Preliminary Examination 1 st week of July 2019
Download of Call letter for Online Main Examination 2 nd week of July 2019
Conduct of Online Main Examination 20.07.2019
Declaration of Result of Main Examination 3 rd week of August 2019
Download of Call Letter for Group Exercises & Interview 4 th week of August 2019
Conduct of Group Exercises & Interview September 2019
Declaration of Final Result 2 nd week of October 2019
Pre-Examination Training for SC/ST/Religious Minority Community candidates
Download of call letters for Pre-Examination Training 2 nd week of May 2019 onwards
Conduct of Pre- Examination Training 4 th week of May 2019
How To Apply ForProbationary Officers job Position in State Bank of India (SBI)
Visit Bank's website https://bank.sbi/careers or https://www.sbi.co.in/careers and open the Online Application Form, available under 'Current Openings’.
scan the photograph and signature as detailed under guidelines for scanning the photograph and signature.
Candidates can Apply Online only from 02.04.2019 to 22.04.2019.
Candidates are advised to regularly keep in touch with the authorised SBI website
https://bank.sbi/careers or https://www.sbi.co.in/careers for details and updates.
About State Bank of India
The origin of the State Bank of India goes back to the first decade of the nineteenth century with the establishment of the Bank of Calcutta in Calcutta on 2 June 1806. Three years later the bank received its charter and was re-designed as the Bank of Bengal (2 January 1809). A unique institution, it was the first joint-stock bank of British India sponsored by the Government of Bengal. The Bank of Bombay (15 April 1840) and the Bank of Madras (1 July 1843) followed the Bank of Bengal. These three banks remained at the apex of modern banking in India till their amalgamation as the Imperial Bank of India on 27 January 1921.