A Bankers Selection Committee Job Circular to fill up 868 Senior Officer (General) posts for 7 banks and 1 financial institutions is now open.
Breakdown of Vacancies :
As per the circular, the authority will recruit people for 868 Posts in total for eight institutions.
The posts are split the following way : 237 for Sonali Bank, 440 for Janata Bank, 77 for Rupali Bank, 9 for Bangladesh Krishi Ban, 34 for Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd, 32 for Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank, 24 for Ansar VDP Unnayan Bank and 15 post for Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation.
Written Test Schedule :
The Written test schedule involving 15,066 successful candidates out of MCQ Test, held on November 27, is now out. The test is scheduled to be held on January 14, 2022 from 10 to 12 pm.
# For details, candidates can see the related circular provided in the below image :
MCQ Test Schedule & Exam Centers’ List :
The MCQ Test schedule and exam centers’ list for the post of ‘Senior Officer’ (868 General Posts) at seven banks and one financial institution are out now.
The 100 marks test will take place from 3 to 4 pm on November 27, 2021 at listed centers in two Dhaka City Corporations.
For details, candidates need to see the related circular provided in the below image :
Job Requirements :
Aspirants need to meet the following educational conditions :
1. Post-graduate degree in any discipline or four year Bachelor/ Bachelor honors Degree.
2. Minimum two First Class or Division in at least two public exams including SSC or HSC exams or upper level.
3. No third class or division or Grade is acceptable.
Application Time : The last time to make application online is 11:59 p.m. April 4, 2021.
Bankers Selection Committee Job Application Link :
Interested graduate need to apply through the below official link at :
Application Fee : The fee for application is Tk. 200 which needs to be deposited through Dutch Bangla Bank Payment Gateway ‘Rocket’.
Attention : For more, one needs to see the Job Circular of Bankers Selection Committee provided in the below image :