Job Update | 2021 | SBI Recruitment: Apply For 5237 Posts In Clerical Cadre

Job Update | 2021 | SBI Recruitment: Apply For 5237 Posts In Clerical Cadre

State Bank of India (SBI) SWIFT codes in India - Wise

Interested and eligible candidate can apply for the posts of Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales) in clerical cadre by visiting the official site of SBI The last date to apply for the posts is till May 17, 2021.

According to the notification, candidates can apply for vacancies in one State only and can appear for the test only once under this recruitment drive.

Preliminary examination will be conducted tentatively in the month of June 2021 and the main examination will be conducted tentatively on 31.07.2021.


Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by Central Government. Candidates having integrated dual degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the date of passing the IDD is on or before 16.08.2021.


Candidates can apply online and no other mode of application will be accepted. Candidates will be required to register themselves online through Bank’s website– or – Recruitment of Junior Associates 2021.

After registration candidates are required to pay the requisite application fee through online mode by using debit card/ credit card/ Internet Banking.

Candidates are advised not to forget to mention ‘Recruitment of Junior Associate-2021’ in the subject of the email.


The selection process will consist of on-line test (Preliminary & Main exam) and test of specified opted local language.

Phase-I: Preliminary Examination: Online Preliminary Exam consisting of Objective Tests for 100 marks will be conducted online. This test would be of 1-hour duration consisting of 3 Sections – English language, Numerical and Reasoning Ability.


The application fee is Rs 750 for candidates belonging to General/ OBC/ EWS category while there is no fee for candidates from SC/ ST/ PWD/ XS/DXS category.

Fee/ Intimation charges once paid will NOT be refunded on any account nor can it be held in reserve for any other exam or selection.

Today News | April 25 | Job Alert! Apply For Various Manager Posts In OMC

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Mining Corporation Limited (OMC) is inviting applications from dynamic and competent professionals in different disciplines.

The corporation will engage a total of 15 managers in pay scale between Rs 78,800 to Rs 2, 09,200 and Rs 67,700 to Rs 2, 08,700. For the posts of Deputy General Manager (Mining) and Deputy General Manager (Legal), the pay scale is Rs 78,800 to Rs 2, 09,200 while Sr. Manager (Mining), Manager Forest & Environment), Dy. Manager (Personnel), Dy. Manager (Finance), Medical Officer -III will draw salary of Rs 67,700 to Rs 2,08,700.

Interested eligible candidates are advised to download the application format from OMC website and submit the same duly filled in and signed along with attested copies of certificates/mark sheets/testimonials, experience certificate in support of their eligibility by speed post/courier in a cover superscribed “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF” so as to reach the General Manager (P&A), Odisha Mining Corporation Ltd., OMC House, Bhubaneswar-751001.

May 15, 2021 is the last date of receiving the application. Applications received after the last date due to delay in postal/courier or any other reason shall not be entertained and will be rejected.

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For the post of Dy. General Manager (Mining), the essential qualification is BE/B. Tech in Mining Engineering with 1st Class MMCC. Besides, the candidate must have at least 12 years of post-degree experience out of which 4 years must be in the area of Sales & Marketing of major minerals like Iron Ore, Chrome Ore, Bauxite Ore & Manganese Ore. Similarly, 8 years of post-degree experience out of which 2 years in the area of Sales & Marketing of major minerals like Iron Ore, Chrome Ore, Bauxite Ore & Manganese Ore is needed for the post of Sr. Manager along with BE/B. Tech in Mining Engineering with 1st Class MMCC.

Bachelor’s Degree in Law from recognized University and 18 years of experience is required for the post of Dy. General Manager (Legal).

Selection Methodology

Eligible candidates will be short-listed in the following manner:

Total marks 100(Base Career-50, Higher Education -10, Experience -10, Personal Interview-30)

02 (two) marks shall be given for every additional relevant higher qualification subject to a maximum of 10 (ten) marks.

02 (two) marks shall be given for every year of additional relevant experience over & above the required experience subject to a maximum of 10 (ten) marks.


Rallies, Entrance Tests Postponed;| Army Related 2021 |

Guwahati: In view of the prevailing Covid-19 situation, Army recruitment rallies and entrance examinations in different northeastern states have been postponed, officials said on Tuesday.

Defence spokesman Lt. Col P. Khongsai said that all the activities of the Common Entrance Examinations scheduled on April 25 have been postponed.

“All Army recruitment rallies are also postponed till May 31. Fresh dates would be communicated as and when confirmed,” the spokesman said.

He said that the Assam Rifles, under Spear Corps, is organising medical camps in different parts of the northeastern states. Lt. Col Khongsai said that during the conduct of the medical camps, villagers were sensitised about the relevance of personal hygiene, sanitation, usage of face mask and precautions to be observed during vaccination of Covid-19, he added.


Meanwhile, the northeastern states have taken diverse actions following a surge in the number of Covid-19 cases, including imposition of night curfew and closure of educational institutions, to prevent the spread.

The Nagaland and Tripura governments have ordered closures of educational institutions while the lower primary schools in Assam would be closed in the districts where 100 active Covid-19 cases are found in 10 days.

In Meghalaya, the night curfew in East Khasi Hills District, in which capital Shillong falls, has been extended for another week until April 25. The state government also announced a series of measures, including banning entry of tourists from other states.

Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma said that all schools will close till May 4 in Shillong area and government and private offices will function with 50 per cent attendance

.Night curfew and various other restrictions continue to be in effect in Mizoram capital Aizawl and other parts of the mountainous state.