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Public Sector Banks Game up to Recruit More than 60,000 Officers and Clerks Soon

Mar 13, 2013 18:21 IST

    There is good news for bank aspirants. , apparently there are seventeen lakh hopefuls for one thousand five hundred openings for the post of probationary officer openings in the State Bank of India.

    Apparently, this is the highest number of applications the State Bank of India has received in the recent times.

    The good news is, that SBI is offering a salary up to 69,000 for Mumbai and around 50,000 in aother places.

    The written examination is to be held on 28 April 2014. As on December 2012, SBI had 212,446 employees, including 81,515 officers.

    Public sector banks are in a recruitment spree, as they are expected to recruit more than sixty thousand officers and clerks over the next one year to replace retiring staff and support branch expansions.

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