IBPS SO 2022-23: Apply Online for 1828 Posts In Government Banks 

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New Delhi, 5th November 2021: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the advertisement for the recruitment of Specialist Officer posts in various National Banks. 

According to the Common Recruitment Process (CRP-SPL-XI) advertisement released by IBPS, the selection process is to be conducted for recruitment to a total of 1828 posts in various departments in Public Sector Banks. 

Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Indian Bank, Overseas Bank, Punjab National Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank, UCO Bank and Union Bank of India in which vacancies have been announced in IT, Agriculture, Rajbhasha, Law, HR/Personnel and Marketing department. 

Apply online 

The process of application has started for more than 1800 posts of Declared Special Officer in National Public Sector Banks. Interested candidates can apply online from today, 3 November 2021 through the online application link provided on the official website, ibps.in The last date of application is 23 November 2021. Candidates should note that they will also have to pay the prescribed fee of Rs 850 during the online application which they will be able to fill through online means. The application fee for SC, ST and Divyang candidates is Rs 175 only. The last date to pay the application fee is also 23 November.

Eligibility Criteria for IBPS SO 2022-23 Recruitment

According to the SO Recruitment Notification released by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, the candidates willing to apply should not be less than 20 years and not more than 30 years as of 1st November 2021. It means that the candidates must have been born not earlier than 2nd November 1991 and not later than 1st November 2001. In terms of educational qualification, candidates should be Graduate or Post-Graduate in the subject/field concerned with the vacancies. Refer to IBPS SO 2022-23 Recruitment Notification for more details. 

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