Money & Banking

Bank of India to recruit 3,149 clerks 

N. S. Vageesh Mumbai | Updated on November 15, 2017


Bank of India is recruiting 3,149 clerks across the country.

Recruitment for these posts will be done state-wise. So, the candidates have been asked to apply for vacancies in the state or union territory from which they appeared for the common exam conducted by IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection).

Highest vacancies are in Jharkand (485), Uttar Pradesh (423) and Madhya Pradesh (401).

The cut-off marks vary from state to state. The bank has fixed 131 as the cut-off marks for general category candidates in the north-eastern states.

While for some other states such as Haryana or Delhi, it has fixed higher cut-offs of 181 and 176, respectively

The bank has specified that candidates with 50 per cent in their 12th standard exam or a graduation degree are eligible to apply. State-wise and category-wise vacancies are mentioned in the detailed advertisement on the bank's website.

The minimum age requirement is 18 years while the maximum is 28 years.

Applications have been invited online and are open from April 16-28. Tentative dates for the interview may be in May/June. Those who have secured sufficiently high marks in the IBPS common exam will be called for interview in the ratio of 1:3.


Published on April 18, 2012

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