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SBI begins application process for 3,850 circle based officer posts, salary up to Rs 42,000

SBI Circle Based Officer Recruitment 2020: The application process will be close on August 16. Apply at before the deadline

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: August 16, 2020 5:23:22 pm
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SBI circle based officer recruitment 2020: The State Bank of India (SBI) has started the online registration process for recruitment at 3,850 vacancies at the post of circle-based officer. Interested can register at or The application process will close on August 16.

SBI recruitment 2020: Eligibility

Education: Applicants need to have at least a graduate-level degree. Candidates should have a mark sheet or certificate of having studied the local language of the state they are applying for at the level of class 10 or 12.

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SBI circle based officer recruitment 2020: Selection criteria

While the selection will be based on shortlisting and interview. However, the bank reserves the right to conduct a written examination. The details will be shared later.

SBI circle based officer recruitment 2020: Fee

Candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 750. For SC, ST and PwD candidates no fee will be applicable.

SBI circle based officer recruitment 2020: Salary

Candidates will be selected for a fee between Rs 23,700 to Rs 42,020. Candidates will also get DA, HRA, lease rental, CCA, medical and other allowances and perquisites as per rules

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