Federal Bank Recruitment
FB (Federal Bank) is a well known commercial bank, in private sector, with head quarters located at Aluva, Kochi. It was established in 1945, with 1103 branches and 1171 ATMs all across the country.
FB has released notifications for recruitment of probationary officers and clerks, for those candidates who have successfully qualified IBPS. Those candidates who are eager to make their career in banking field and have spirit to do something challenging are welcomed for the application procedure.
Post- PO_Probationary Officer and Clerk
Candidates applying under clerical cadre must be graduation pass outs having fifty five percent marks in aggregate for science stream and fifty percent for other stream. The degree must be approved by UGC.
Candidates who have successfully qualified the CWE conducted by IBPS are only eligible to apply, and candidates must possess a valid score card.
Candidates applying under PO category must be graduation pass outs having sixty percent marks in aggregate. The degree must be approved by UGC.
Selection of Candidates shall be made on the basis of Personal interviews; a merit list will be prepared for candidates having high scores in IBPS exam, on that basis candidates will be called for interview at the prescribed nine centers. Any other changes in the selection mode will be decided by the competent authority. Shortlisted candidates will be informed via e-mail.
How to Apply
Applicant must log onto bank’s website and click the careers link entitled Recruitment of Clerks and PO.
Gen Candidate applying for clerical cadre and PO must pay Rs. Two hundred as application fees, while SC/ST candidates are required to pay only fifty rupees.
Applicant can pay the fees either by challan or NEFT system.
The registration link will be remain activated from Jun, 11th to Jun-25th-2012
For, further details visit the link (www.federalbank.co.in). Get other important notification and updates through www.sarkarinaukridetails.blogspot.in
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