As per the notification, the application process will start from June 19th, 2019. Candidates can submit their application form for Probationary Clerk and Probationary Officer
The South India Bank Limited has invited applications for the positions of Probationary Officer and Clerk on its official website. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for these posts on the official website of South India Bank.
As per the notification, the application process will start from June 19th, 2019. Candidates can submit their application form for Probationary Clerk and Probationary Officer only at www.southindianbank.com.
• Starting Date of Online Application Submission: 19 June 2019
• Last Date of Online Application Submission: 30 June 2019
• South Indian Bank Clerk Test Date – 26 July 2019
• South Indian Bank PO Test Date – 25 July 2019
Probationary Clerk – 385 Posts
• North Zone (Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal) – 75 Posts
• South Zone (Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Puducherry (UT) Tamil Nadu and Telangana_ - 310 Posts
PO - 160 Posts
• Probationary Clerk –Rs. 11765 – 655/3 – 13730 – 815/3 – 16175 – 980/4 – 20095 – 1145/7 – 28110 – 2120/1 – 30230 – 1310/1 – 31540
• PO - Rs. 23700– 980/7 – 30560- 1145/2 – 32850- 1310/7 - 42020 plus DA, HRA & other allowances.
X/ SSLC, XII/ HSC & Graduation with minimum 60% marks under regular course
• Clerk - 26 Years
• PO - 25 Years
The selection for the position will be based on the online exam that is scheduled for July 25 and July 26. However, the final selection of aspirants will be based on their combined marks of online test and personal interview.
How to Apply
The eligible candidates can to apply online from 19 June to 30 June 2019.
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