SBI Is Hiring Civil, Electrical Engineers For Special Cadre Officers Post: Eligibility, Rules, How To Apply?
The job scenario in the country is grim. The pandemic is still not letting companies stand back firmly on their own feet. Except for IT sector, all rest of the sectors steeling trying hard to come back. In these situations, if there are any openings in any of the companies, they become as valuable as water is to a traveler in a desert. So, when a leading bank in the country is announcing openings, then it sure is going to attract the attention of thousands of eligible eager beavers.
SBI to hire Engineers
State Bank of India (SBI) has announced openings for Specialist Cadre Officers (Engineers Civil/Electrical). The application process has started on August 13, 2020. The last date for application is September 2. Out of the total of 46 vacancies, 36 vacancies are for the position of Assistant Manager- Engineer (Civil) and 10 for Assistant Manager- Engineer (Electrical).
Eligibility for these positions is as follows – Candidates should be between 21-30 years of age. To apply for these posts, candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree/post-graduation (Master’s degree) in Civil Engineering with a score of 60 percent and above or 6.75 on a scale of 10 in the case of CGPA from a recognized University or Institution. The applicant should also have 2 years of work experience in relevant fields of work.
Application and selection procedure
For applying to these posts, Eligible and interested candidates need to visit the SBI careers portal at https://bank.sbi/web/careers or https://www.sbi.co.in/web/careers. The website also provides timely updates regarding the process. Applicants belonging to the General/EWS/OBC categories will have to pay an application fee of Rs 750. SC/ST/PwD candidates are exempted from paying the application fee.
The selection procedure will involve a written test and interview. Performance in the written test and interview will decide the position of the candidates in the final merit list. The written test will be given 70 percent weightage whereas the interview will have 30 percent weightage.
So, now the doors of SBI are open, the ball is in the court of applicants. We wish all the interested candidates all the best!