Apply Online for South Indian Bank Probationary Clerks Recruitment 2018

Apply Online for South Indian Bank Probationary Clerks Recruitment 2017/2018. Eligible Canditates may send their applications on or before 25-08-2017/2018. Other details like how to apply, educational qualification, age limit, selection process are given below.

Location: Sikkim (Kolkata Region)

Post Name: Probationary Clerk

No of Post: 03

Qualifications : Applicants
must be graduation passed in Science/ Arts/ Commerce streams with a
minimum of 50% marks (55% in case of Science Stream) from a recognized
university college in India.

Age Limit : The maximum age of all the applicants should not exceed 26 years brought into effect from 31st December 2017/2018 for this purpose.

Pay Scale: As per National Level Bipartite Settlement in the Banking Industry

Modes of Selection : Applicants
will be required to appear and written test and interview which is
expected to be conducted on the dates specified in Gangtok only.

Application Fee : All
the applicants belonging to the General Category have to pay Rs 250 as
the application fee through Demand Drafts (crossed a/c payee) drawn in
favor of the South Indian Bank payable at Kolkata only.
How To Apply

application forms have to be submitted in the format as provided in the
notification for this purpose. The applicants must mention all the
details of their eligibility and qualifications along with their recent
photograph attested and pasted on it before sending it in an envelope
super scribed as “Application for the post of Probationary Clerks” to
the following address:
Deputy General Manager,
South Indian Bank Ltd,
Region Office- Kolkata,
Door No 20 A,
Mother Teresa Sarani (Park Street),
1st Floor, Flat No 1, Kolkata- 700016
candidates must not forget to attach all their important documents in
support of their age proof and eligibility along with their application

Last Date of receiving application forms: 25th August 2017/2018

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