SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020 is canceled due to the uncertainties revolving around the current COVID-19 crisis in India. The financial institution was all set to conduct a recruitment exam for Customer Service Representative (CSR) posts in April. Accordingly, the admit card was also scheduled for release this month. However, as per the latest updates released on the official website, the recruitment is canceled. Applicants can expect application fee to be refunded automatically by May 31, 2020.
SVC Co-operative Bank Limited has been in operations in the Indian banking and finance industry since 1906. SVC conducted an online recruitment application during the month of March 2020. Accordingly, it was all set to conduct the SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020 exam later in the month of April. However, amidst the COVID-19 related lockdown to prevent social gathering in the country, it became highly uncertain as to how and when SVC could conduct the exam. Therefore, SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020 exam has been canceled without any indication of further rescheduling.
SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020
SVC Co-operative Bank accepted online registration for the Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020 exam between March 18 to 30, 2020. The aim of the recruitment program was to fill up 30 vacant posts of Customer Service Representatives (CSR) for Operations & Marketing. As applicants were eagerly awaiting the release of admit cards, the news of the cancellation is something highly expected yet undesirable.
SVC announced it will conduct the exam to fill up 30 vacancies. Candidates were to appear in an online exam of 200 marks. According to the schedule announced by the SVC Bank, the call letter for the exam was scheduled to release on April 15, 2020. However, now that the exam is canceled, nothing can be said if SVF will reschedule the recruitment on a later date.
SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020 Postponed Due To COVID-19
SVC Bank has officially announced the cancelation of the SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020 exam at the official website. A notice of the cancelation and the reason driving the decision is displayed at the Career section of the official website of SVF Co-Operative Bank Limited.
Earlier, the recruitment examination was scheduled to be held on April 26, 2020. However, citing uncertainties due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in the country, SVF Bank has canceled the exam altogether. Although the exam is canceled, SVF is going to refund the application fee of Rs 600/- to all applicants by May 31, 2020. Applicants can check the snapshot of the notice here below.
Click here to go to the official website of SVF Co-operative Bank Limited
Impact of COVID-19 on Government Exams
The onset of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country has sent the entire nation into a period of chaos and disorder. The government ordered a countrywide lockdown of social and economic activities in order to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. Although it has been imposed for a limited period of time in the initial stage (21 days), nothing can be certainly stated about how long it might take for the nation to recover from the crisis. Besides the SVC Clerical Grade Recruitment 2020, various government recruitment agencies have either postponed, rescheduled or canceled ongoing and upcoming recruitment exams. Here we are providing a list of the most recent government recruitment exams canceled due to COVID-19.
- SSC CHSL – KKR 2018/NR 2018
- Indian Navy Medical Exam
- Karnataka TET 2020
- Kerala SET 2020
- LIC AAO/AA/AE
- APPSC Exam
- RSMSSB Agriculture Investigator
- BPSSC Combined Mains Examination 2020
- RSMSSB Pharmacist
- GPSC State Tax Inspector (Prelims) 2020
- RSMSSB Librarian Grade II
- WBPSC All Examinations, Interviews
- UPSC CMS 2020
- Indian Army
- UPSC Interviews
- DRDO Interviews
- GPSC Police Inspector
- HPPSC HPJS
- UPPSC BEO
- Indian Coast Guard Navik 01/2020 Medical
Click here to get the latest updates on all government exams rescheduled, canceled or postponed due to COVID-19
Prevention and Safety Measures against COVID-19
From a small region in China, the deadly COVID-19 virus has spread out to more than 200 countries around the world. It has claimed thousands of lives while millions are already affected. As the numbers keep rising in India, it is strongly advised to prioritize one’s health and safety before anything else. Candidates are advised to abide by all the requisite measures to stay safe and protected in these tough times. Here are a few basic safety and prevention tips to follow on a regular basis to safeguard yourself and your family against the COVID-19 infection.
- Acquire the habit of washing your hands frequently. Do it even if your hands are visibly clean.
- Do not touch your face and mouth unnecessarily.
- Practice social distancing at all costs. Even if it is your next-door neighbor, refrain from visiting others or inviting someone over.
- Eat healthy and nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables in your everyday diet.
- Dispose of used tissues safely and use one when you sneeze or cough.