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Latest Bank jobs notification: The youth more interested in banking career with various factors in it such as good pay, job safety, personal and professional balance, leaves, career progression etc.

The main roles in a bank are Specialist Officer, Probationary Officer, clerks etc. and each category has its own nature in terms of work as well as the recruitment procedure.

Latest Bank  jobs notification all 2016-2017: 

Latest Bank jobs notification

In earlier bank recruiting so many  members for varies positions,but bank was centralize din to the  so many different types of banks recruit the their  through the board.the selection process is conduct comman eantrence test across our country to select suitable our candidates for varies banks in india. Find All Government Public Sector Banks and Private Sector Banks Upcoming Bank Exams 2017.

Latest Bank Jobs Recruitment List 2016-17 available here (Check out below Bank Exam / Jobs Schedule Table).  Only Approximate Vacancies listed in the table,latest bank jobs notification released.

Latest Bank Jobs notifications 2016 2017 / Upcoming Banking Exam Vacancies 2016-17 List: [Last Updated on 30th November 2016]

Name of the Bank Total Vacancies Name of the Posts Last Date for Apply Full Details
bps2017I 4122 Various Specialist Officers (SO) 02/12/2016  
IDBI Bank 1000 Assistant Manager 09/12/2016  
Bank of Baroda 725 Sub-Staff (Peon, Sweeper cum Peon) 13/12/2016  
IDBI Bank 500 Executive 30/11/2016  
State Bank of India (SBI) 103 Officers in Specialized Positions 12/12/2016  

About Indian Banking Sector  Latest Bank job Notification:

The First Banking in India Bank of Hindustan established year 1770. The Largest Bank in India State Bank of India (SBI) – This was one of the three banks funded by Presidencies of British India Government, the other two were the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras.

Currently Indian banking sector classified into Scheduled Banks (include Public Sector Banks, Regional Rural Banks (RRBs); Private Sector Banks & Foreign Banks) and Non-Scheduled banks. The Scheduled Banks regulated under the 2nd Schedule of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Act, 1934. 

The Non-Scheduled banks regulated under the Banking Regulation Act, 1949. Currently 27 Public Sector Banks available in India, Its include 19 Nationalized banks, 06 are State Bank of India (SBI) & its associate banks, 02 other public sector Banks (Bharatiya Mahila Bank & IDBI Bank) and 02 banks Newly proposed (India Post Payments Bank).