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As Many As 41,177 Vacant Posts Announced in Public Sector Banks by Nirmala Sitharaman

41,177 Vacancy Announced at PSB: On 13th December 2021, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made an announcement for the banking aspirants stating that “41,177 positions or 5 per cent of the total approved 8,05,986 vacancies at Public Sector Bankes were lying vacant as of 01st December 2021”. This is good news for all those banking aspirants who are applying this year with a ray of hope for an increase in the vacancies to the released posts or upcoming banking job notifications. These vacancies are to be added in the ongoing recruitment process carried by SBI & IBPS. Further details about 41177 vacant job posts will be released officially soon.

41,177 Vacancy Announced at PSB

As per the written reply made by Union Finance Minister in Lok Sabha, these vacancies are to be undertaken through the ongoing recruitment processes. The vacancies at various Public Sector Banks are announced for Officer, Clerk and Sub-Staff posts. For some of the PSBs, the vacancies are as follows-

Public Sector Banks No of Vacancies
State Bank Of India (SBI PO) 3,423
State Bank Of India (SBI Clerk) 5,121
Punjab National Bank 6,743
Central Bank of India 6,295
Indian Overseas Bank 5,112
Bank of India 4,848

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