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    Tuesday 29 November 2016

    SBI Specialist Officer 2016 online examination postponed to 22nd January 2017 On sbi.co.in @ Gkexam

    The State Bank of India (SBI) has made an announcement regarding online written examination. The officials have postponed the SBI Specialist Officer 2016 written exam from 25th November 2016 to 22nd January 2017 via notification released on official website sbi.co.in.

    Recently SBI has published the notification of Specialist Officer Posts and completed the registration process and scheduled to conduct online exam on November 25 but now it was postponed due to some reasons. Candidates have to make sure about the online written examination SBI SO Exam Postponed date and advised to visit the official website sbi.co.in regularly.

    State Bank of India is an Indian multinational public sector banking and financial services company which was established in the year 1955 and has its headquarters at Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is one of the top four banks along with Punjab National Bank, ICICI and Bank of Baroda.

    The officials release various notifications to recruit candidates in various departments. They conduct recruitment process for Probationary Officer, Clerical Cadre and Specialist Officer. A huge number of candidates will apply for the sbi jobs whenever the officials release the notifications.

    Many candidates are fascinated about the jobs in State Bank of India. The competition has increased as the number of candidates is increasing year by year. Recently the officials has published the SBI Specialist Officer 2016 notification for various posts like Assistant Manager, Developer, Tester, Manager, Statistician, Admin Support Officer, Application Architect, Business Architect and other posts.

    Click Here For Official Notification Here

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