The answer for ‘How many clerk jobs in banks‘ is finally out.Yes, IBPS has released the official list of clerk job vacancies for the year 2013-2014 in public sector banks. Candidates would have to buzz in activity as they are to choose order of preference. Based on their choices, final allotments shall be awarded which leads to appointment.
Though vacancies were not disclosed earlier, it is being followed now after a common recruitment strategy involving written exams & personal interviews came into force last last year as per Govt. of India orders.
Numerous aspirants attended the clerical common exam in December 2012 that was preceded by common interviews.The IBPS clerk results (combined) were uploaded few days ago enabling registrants to know their their status for allotments.
39,000 Clerk Vacancies Exist!!
The number of vacant positions in Indian banks & no. of people applying for it has been increasing every year.While 27000 clerk posts only were created last year, 2013 is to see a growth.
A total of 39,600 clerical cadre positions are available across various branches of 19 government owned banks.
Which Bank Do You Prefer?
Qualified candidates now will have to record their preference of banks form most to least preferred.The final allotments shall be announced in the month of May that would be done as per merit.
It means those with high final scores have better chance of getting allotted.Whatever be the case only the top 39600 candidates shall become clerk in bank as part of their respective recruitment projects 2013 – 14
The preference registration is completely online and links are to remain active from April 15 to 22.If you are successfully allotted, IBPS will send SMS/email intimating the same.
For detailed bankwise & statewise vacancies download the original notification from ibps website here (.pdf)
Also Checkout how to choose banks & register order of preferences
Prove your Eligibility
Although banks won't propose any new eligibility conditions hereafter, selected candidates must submit the necessary document/certificates during verification.If you fail to produce them or was found ineligible, banks could terminate your allotment.
Similarly those failing to submit their order of preference or do not accept the allotment will not be provided with another chance.Their selection will also be forfeited.
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