Apr 13, 2012 – Ever since IBPS released the results for clerk common exam, qualifiers were waiting for banks to announce vacancies so they could start applying for the same.When Bank of Baroda called for applications, many ineligible candidates pinned their hopes on other public banks.Now, Dena Bank is set to release recruitment of 1090 clerks.
Dena bank, one of the oldest public sector banks in India nationalized in the year 1969 has branches across the nation with head office in Mumbai.
Post – Vacancies:
Clerk – 1090 posts (see statewise –>)
Online registration of applications – 17.04.2012 to 2.05.2012
Interview details would be informed to shortlisted people
As per the minimum ratio of 1:4 for general & 1:5 for other categories, bank will shortlist candidates as per their IBPS scores (high to low).
Call letters should be downloaded by these selected & appear for Interviews to be held at various centres across India.
Only those satisfying these criteria are eligible for this Dena bank clerk recruitment,
- Age to be min.18 – 28 yrs, as on 1.08.2011 (+3yrs for OBC, +5yrs for SC/ST)
- Must have passed in any degree OR 60% marks in 10+2 (XII), as on Aug 1, 2011
- Ability to read/ speak/ write regional language of the state applying for is required.
- Can apply for vacancies in a state where you appeared for the IBPS clerk CWE
No specific TWS score needed, which means everyone holding a valid scorecard with scores of 24 (Gen) & 21 (others) in each section are eligible.
The first step towards registering involves payment of application fee of Rs.150 (Gen/OBC) & Rs.50 (SC/ST) which can be paid at any Dena bank branches or via NEFT facility from any bank using appropriate challans.Fees should be deposited only between April 17 to May 2, 2012.
On receiving payment receipt, proceed to the online application link that would be available at their website after Apr 17, fill in the required details & submit.
The original advertisement of Dena bank clerk recruitment 2012 has been uploaded. Download the necessary stuff from their webpage here