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SBI Recruitment 2018: Hiring! CA candidates can apply for this post before this month ends

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 10 December 2018, 17:33 IST

The State Bank of India has released the job notification on its official website. Therefore, candidates who are having interest in vacancies released on the website can apply for it.

As per the official notification, SBI has released the jobs for the post of Deputy Manager Internal Audit. So, all the eligible candidates can apply by visiting the official website of SBI.

For Deputy Manager Internal Audit has released a total post of 39 on the website.

Before applying for the vacancy, a candidate should check the official website and know all the criteria and eligibility for the exam.

Check out the Eligibility criteria:

To apply for the post, an applicant should have a degree of Chartered Accountancy (CA) degree from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

Also, an aspirant must have minimum one year experience in Chartered Accountant firm engaged in statutory/internal/ Concurrent Audit of Banks.

Age Limit:

The minimum age limit for the post is 21 years while the maximum age limit is 35 years. While for reserved category, the age relaxation will be based on government norms.

Selection Procedure:

Candidates will be selected on the basis of an online written test and interview/ group discussion.

After qualifying the above stages, the selected aspirants will have to undergo from 12 months of training and after completing the training period, a candidate will be transferred to their respective branches.

Check out the application fee:

  • General category: Rs 600
  • SC/ST category: Rs 100

Note: To know more about the vacancy details, candidates are advised to visit the official website of SBI.

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First published: 10 December 2018, 16:57 IST
 
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