South Indian Bank is one of the major private sector bank registered under Companies Act,1913. South Indian Bank has its headquarters in Thrissur, Kerala. It was started in 1929 to cater the needs of merchant community in Kerala to protect them from usurper interest rates by greedy money lenders. Then, it became the first scheduled bank in the private sector in Kerala and now it has its presence all over India covering 27 states and 3 Union Territories and has a huge branch network of 852 branches, 1337 ATM’s, 55 EX. Counters and 4 Service Branches. South Indian Bank is well known for its quick, ever-changing services to give rich top-notch experiences to its customers and its commitments towards its stakeholders. South Indian Bank Recruitment is done for various posts in a year according to the bank requirements. Notification regarding the same is updated by the bank on its official website only. Candidates eligible for the South Indian Bank Recruitment can apply for the same on the notified dates provided by the bank.

South Indian Bank Recruitment

South Indian Bank or SIB conducts examination for the various posts like V/IV/III cadres, Probationary Officer, Probationary clerk usually every year. South Indian Bank releases vacancies in appropriate numbers but usually, it is provisional depending on the requirements of the bank. South Indian Bank recruitment requires the eligibility criteria to be cleared and language proficiency is also required in some states for South Indian Bank recruitment.

SIB Recruitment- Eligibility

South Indian Bank recruitment notifies eligibility criteria that need to be met to appear for the process of selection on the basis of Qualification, Age, Language etc.

  • Qualification – X/SSLC, XII/HSC and graduation with minimum 60% marks and above. Educational Qualification from a regular course will only be considered.
  • Age –  age is usually kept less than 26 years.
  • Language- candidates are required to be proficient in languages like Tamil, Malayalam if they are going in those states(Tamil Nadu, Kerala).

South Indian Bank Recruitment- Application

After meeting the eligibility criteria, Application is required to be filled. The process would be done through online process only from the official website of South Indian Bank. The application process includes three major steps ie. Application Registration, Payment of fees and Signature & Photo upload. It should be done under the specific time window provided by the bank.

South Indian Bank Recruitment -Exam Pattern

Recruitment exam usually includes major areas ranging from general awareness to aptitude test. The areas are General/ Financial awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude. Each section would have specified time limits and exam will be in English mode only. Apart from this, each question would have five options with the penalty for the wrong answers.

South Indian Bank Recruitment- Admit Card

Admit Card can be downloaded from the official website, information about the same will be provided through Email/SMS. After clicking the relevant link, Registration Number, Password or Date of Birth is required to download the admit card. Admit card and other documents mentioned by the South Indian Bank are necessary to carry on the examination day.

South Indian Bank Recruitment- Results

After the online examination, results will be out shortly and then the candidates have to go through the further process of selection. It usually includes Personal Interview and Group discussion depending upon the procedure notified by the bank for various posts. After all the process final result will be out shortly and then there will be document verification process to verify the documents of the candidate. Final candidates will be on probation period of 6 months. Hence, performance will be judged in this period only then final recruitment will be done by the bank.

Official Website: www.southindianbank.com

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