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State Bank of India announces recruitment for 5,280 CBO positions

Published Nov 23, 2023 12:58
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The State Bank of India (NSE:SBI) has launched a large-scale recruitment drive, seeking to fill 5,280 Circle Based Officer (CBO) positions. The application process is now open and will accept submissions until December 12th. Prospective candidates can apply through SBI's official website.

The bank has set forth eligibility requirements that include holding a graduate degree and proficiency in the regional language. Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 30, with age relaxations applicable as per standard reservation rules. The application fee is set at ₹750 for General, OBC, and EWS candidates, while SC/ST/PH applicants are exempted from payment.

SBI has allocated 380 of the total vacancies to Bengaluru and 90 to the Mumbai Metro area. The selection process, scheduled for January 2024, will consist of an online objective test and a descriptive English language test, followed by screening and interviews.

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As the State Bank of India embarks on its ambitious recruitment drive, financial metrics and expert analysis from InvestingPro offer a broader perspective on the company's current economic standing. SBI's revenue growth has been accelerating, with the last twelve months as of Q2 2023 showing a 5.67% increase, and a more impressive 11.6% quarterly surge in the same period. These figures suggest that the bank is on an upward trajectory in terms of income, which could be indicative of its capacity to support new initiatives, such as the large-scale hiring of Circle Based Officers.

InvestingPro Tips highlight that SBI is trading at a low P/E ratio relative to near-term earnings growth, which may appeal to value investors looking for potential growth at a reasonable price. Additionally, SBI has consistently increased its earnings per share, a sign of financial health that could reassure stakeholders as the bank expands its workforce. However, it's worth noting that analysts predict a sales decline in the current year, which could be a point of concern that warrants further investigation.

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