State Bank Of India (SBI) Is Pleased To Accept Online Applications From Candidates Seeking Post Circle Based Officer Position. Those Who Fulfil Eligibility Requirements And Submit Their Form May Submit An Online Application Form For Registration.

Exciting Opportunity: The State Bank of India (SBI) has announced vacancies for the Circle Based Officer (CBO) position, creating an exciting opportunity for individuals seeking a career in banking.

Application Period: The application process starts on November 22, 2023, and interested candidates have until December 12, 2023, to submit their online applications.

Examination Fee: General, OBC, and EWS candidates are required to pay a Rs. 750 examination fee, while SC, ST, and PH candidates enjoy an exemption from any fees. Various online payment methods are available for convenience.

Admit Card and Exam Date: Stay tuned for updates on the availability of admit cards, as the examination is scheduled for January 2024.

Total Vacancies: he SBI CBO Recruitment 2023 aims to fill a total of 5280 vacancies for the Circle Based Officer position.

Category-wise Breakdown: The vacancies are distributed across categories: UR (2157), OBC (1421), EWS (527), SC (787), and ST (388).

Eligibility Criteria: Candidates must hold a Bachelor's Degree in any stream and possess knowledge of the local language. The age requirement is between 21 to 30 years as of October 31, 2023, with additional age relaxations as per rules.

Application Process: Interested candidates are urged to review the complete notification before submitting their online applications to ensure they meet all eligibility criteria.

Payment Modes: The examination fee can be conveniently paid through various online modes such as Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, or via the E Challan mode.

Free Test App: Aspirants can enhance their preparation by downloading the Free Test App, a valuable resource for free government exam preparation, helping them embark on a rewarding career journey with the State Bank of India.

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