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SBI Recruitment 2022: State Bank of India (SBI) has released the notification for the recruitment of 1438 posts on contract basis for Retired Officers, Retired Officers, Employees of SBI and erstwhile Associate Banks (E-AB) of SBI. Interested candidates can apply online for these posts. The process of application has started from 22 December 2022. The last date for its application is 10 January 2023. Keep in mind that these posts are exclusively for retired officers of SBI, for which retired officers/employees of SBI, employees of erstwhile associate banks of SBI can apply.
No educational qualification has been prescribed for these posts. Only those employees who have worked in the relevant field and have working knowledge and experience can apply. Since these posts are for retired officers, then talking about the age limit, then retired employees from the bank at the age of 60 years can apply for them.
The candidate will not have to take any kind of examination for selection on these posts of State Bank of India. Out of the applications received, the candidates who are considered eligible for this recruitment will be selected first and then the selected candidate will be interviewed. Its passing marks will be decided by the bank.
The selected candidate will get salary according to the post. The salary for the post of Clerk is Rs.25,000, for JMGS – I the salary is Rs.35,000 and for MMGS – II and MMGS – III the salary is Rs.40,000.
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