Punjab and Sind Bank recruitment 2010 for Clerk on

Posted by on Oct 07, 2010 | 3 Comments

Punjab and Sind Bank (PSB) has issued recruitment project for the post of clerk. Just Indian citizens are allowed for the Punjab and Sind Bank recruitment 2010. Interested candidates are invited for online application on PSB’s official website in order to appointment in Clerical Cadre for different States. Candidates can submit their online applications from 9th October to 8th November 2010.

Punjab and Sind Bank recruitment 2010 for Clerk on, Punjab and Sind Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank recruitment, Punjab and Sind Bank recruitment 2010Punjab & Sind Bank is one of the northern India banks. The bank has almost 900 branches and offices across India and out of those almost 400 branches are located in Punjab state. The corporate headquarters of PSB is located in New Delhi. The leading persons including Bhai Vir Singh, Sir Sunder Singh Majitha and Sardar Tarlochan Singh established the Punjab & Sind Bank in 1908 for helping the weaker section of the society in their economic activities to move up their life standard.

Recently, Punjab & Sind Bank has invited to Indian for the PSB clerk recruitment where there are 300 vacancies provided in various states. The clerk recruitment selection will be held on the base of written test performance and interview. The written test is taken in objective style that includes test of reasoning ability, test of numerical ability, test of English language, test of clerical aptitude, test of computer knowledge.

Important Dates:

  • Starting Date for on-line registration of application: 9th October, 2010
  • Closing date for on-line registration of application for clerks: 8th November 2010
  • Payment of application fee in Demand Draft/ Pay Order: 9th October, 2010 to 8th November 2010
  • Date of written test: 30th January, 2011

Post: Clerk
Vacancies: 300 (SC: 56, ST: 16, OBC: 70, Gen: 158)
Pay Scale: Rs. 6200- 23900
Age Limit (As on 30.09.2010): 18 to 28 years

Application Fee/ Postage charges:

  • Rs. 50/-(postage only): SC/ST/Physically Challenged (PC)/Ex- Servicemen/ DISXS/ DXS
  • Rs.300/-(including postage): GEN/OBC

Educational Qualification:

For SC/ST/PC/ Ex-Servicemen candidates: Higher Secondary examination pass with at least 55% marks in aggregate 10+2 of 10+2+3 pattern from a recognized Board or degree in any discipline or its equivalent from a recognized University and knowledge of computers.

For OBC/ General candidates: Pass with minimum 60% marks in aggregate in Higher Secondary examination/ 10+2 of 10+2+3 pattern or its equivalent from a recognized Board or Degree in any discipline or its equivalent from a recognized University and knowledge of computers.

How to apply:

All applications of Punjab and Sind Bank recruitment 2010 for the post of clerk will be received online through from 09.10.2010 to 08.11.2010. Applicants must require their valid e-mail ID during the online application procedure. If you have not your valid e-mail ID, you should create a new e-mail ID first. When you ready for applying, you should have Demand Draft, particulars of qualification. Candidate’s name, address, registration number, post applied for and name of the centre should be written on the reverse of the Demand Draft/Pay Order. 9. While you submit your online application, you get a system generated registration number and password. Then take print out the system generated application. With signed application form, attach recent passport size photograph at appropriate place, other necessary certificates/ documents with Demand Draft.

Lastly, properly filled applications are to be sent by post on: Post Box No. 7458, Jogeshwari East Mumbai, 400060.

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  1. Shaffali says:

    Respected sir i would like to know the result of clerical recruitment written exam held on 25.05,2010

  2. sahil says:

    dear sir me from kaithal and here is no branch of psb bank so can i have the demand draft in favour of ur psb frm any other bank ?

  3. Nisha says:

    how to use jounal fill the SBI form

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