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Indian Bank PO prelim exam 2016 results declared

Indian Bank PO results 2016: The exam was held to fill a total of 324 vacancies.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: February 2, 2017 6:09:09 pm
Indian Bank, Indianbank.in, Indian Bank PO results 2016, Indian Bank results, po results 2016, Indian Bank po notification, bank jobs, latest govt jobs Indian Bank results 2016: The candidates will have to go through a nine-months PG Diploma course in Banking and Finance from the Manipal University.

Indian Bank PO results 2016: The Indian Bank has released the results of Probationary Officers (PO) recruitment exam. The exam was held on January 22 at various centres.

The exam was held to fill a total of 324 vacancies. The shortlisted candidates have to appear for the main exam, details of which will be released on the official website.

Steps to check the Indian Bank PO exam 2016 results :

Log on to the official website – indianbank.in
On the homepage, click on career section
A new page will open
Enter all the required details such as registration number and password
Click on submit
The results will be displayed
Take a print out for further reference

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The candidates will have to go through a nine-months PG Diploma course in Banking and Finance from the Manipal University.

Once the candidates pass this course, they will be permitted to take a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) training programme at one of the bank’s branches which is mandatory.

This programme will be three months long. After the completion of these two modules, candidates will be awarded the PO post.

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