Central Bank Recruitment 2021: Apply for Data Scientist, Economist, Other Positions on centralbank.net.in-Check Details
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- The recruitment notification for various specialist agent posts 115 has been issued by the Central Bank of India.
- The selection process would consist of an online test and a personal interview.
- Applicants could find more details at centralbank.net.in.
The 2021 Central Bank recruitment notification has been published on the official website. The total number of vacancies for which the recruitment process would be conducted is 114. More information can be found at centralbank.net.in.
The positions for which the positions would be vacant are: Economist, Income Tax Officer, Data Scientist, Loan Officer, Data Engineer, Risk Manager, Financial Analyst, Legal Officer. The recruitment process is also open for other positions such as IT security analyst, technical credit manager, etc.
Applicants should note that education qualification, age limit, various for each position. For the position of Income Tax Officer, applicants must be at least 35 years old and not more than 45 years old as of September 30, 2021. In addition, for the position of Data Scientist, applicants must be aged at least 28 years old. and a maximum of 35 years as of September 30, 2021. Applicants are advised to complete the entire notification for more updates on education qualification, experience required.
Central Bank recruitment Date 2021
|Application process to get started||23 November 2021|
|Deadline to apply||December 17, 2021|
|Download the appeal letter||January 11, 2022|
|Online exam||January 22, 2022|
Applicants should note that for all positions computer literacy is mandatory. Once the application form is published, applicants will be able to complete it from the official website.central bank.net.in. Applicants should note that they have to pay a fee of Rs 850.
As for the selection process, there would be an online written test and interview. The written test would last 60 minutes. There would be 100 questions and the maximum score would be 100. The questions would be asked from the computer. of the respective current, of the general consciousness. There would also be questions based on the current banking scenario. For each incorrect answer, 0.25 points would be deducted.