On 14th September, 2010 Bank of Baroda has declared written test results for Clerical Recruitment 2010 for 2000 clerical staff. The exam for the same was taken on June 6, 2010. Students who were given an examination can check result at the official website (www.bankofbaroda.com) of Bank of Baroda.
The result of Clerical Recruitment 2010 Examination has been published on the recruitment section of the official website in PDF format. Students can also download their examination result. The merit list of Bank of Baroda recruitment result is declared on the basis of student’s performances in the written test. These candidates are declared as provisionally eligible for interview. The notification consists of only the roll numbers of the selected candidates.
According to sources from BoB, the Interview call letters will be delivered by post to the candidates and the information will be kept on the official website. Students can also download their call letter from the Bank’s website, which will be displayed shortly. Candidates who do not find their roll numbers in the provided list, Bank of Baroda (BOB) will not send any separate communication for them.
Bank of Baroda is one of the old and auspicious banks in the independent India. Bank of Baroda has a wide network with 3200 branches which includes 26 extension counters. It is 3rd largest bank in India after State Bank of India and Punjab National Bank. Candidates should proud themselves to be part of this auspicious financial institution. BoB has total assets in excess of Rs. 2.27 lakh crores, or Rs. 2,274 billion. It offers a wide range of banking products and financial services to corporate and retail customers through a variety of delivery channels and through its specialized subsidiaries and affiliates in the areas of investment banking, credit cards and asset management.
Later this year, Bank of Baroda launched its first Isas to enter Isa market. To serve its 36 million global customers, the bank is capturing an ambitious overseas expansion plan. Bank of Baroda already has strong presence in the fixed-rate bonds market in the United Kingdom. Currently, it is topping moneysupermarket.com’s best buy tables with its Baroda MAX five-year fixed-rate bond at 4.9%. According to moneysupermarket.com, Future competition in the Isa market could come from Halifax and Bank of Scotland, which are offering the UK’s most attractive fixed-rate Isa savers, at 4.25% more than four years.
To download Bank of Baroda Clerk Recruitment Result: visit http://www.bankofbaroda.com/download/Recruitment2000.pdf