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Central Bank of India closes recruitment for 192 specialist officer posts

Published 19/11/2023, 12:18

MUMBAI - The Central Bank of India's recruitment drive for 192 Specialist Officer positions is drawing to a close today. The bank has been inviting applications for various roles, including IT Officers, Risk Managers, Financial Analysts, Law Officers, Credit Officers, Chartered Accountants with finance/accounts expertise, Security Officers, and a Librarian. Interested candidates must submit their applications online through the bank's official recruitment page before the deadline.

The selection process for these coveted positions will include an online examination scheduled for December, followed by personal interviews. The bank has outlined the application fees, offering a reduced rate of ₹175 plus Goods and Services Tax (GST) for Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PWBD) candidates, and women across all categories. Other applicants are required to pay ₹850 plus GST.

In addition to announcing the recruitment details, the Central Bank of India has also expressed its support for Team India in their cricket World Cup final match against Australia today. This gesture highlights the bank's engagement with national events and its support for the country's endeavors beyond the financial sector.

Prospective applicants are encouraged to visit centralbankofindia.co.in/en/recruitments to complete their submissions promptly as today marks the final opportunity to be considered for the Specialist Category roles within one of India's prominent banking institutions.

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