Karnataka Bank invites applications from interested and eligible candidates for Probationary Clerk recruitment 2019-20. Today, the bank has released notification and activated online application form. Candidates should be graduate with at least 60% marks in any discipline, maximum 26 years old in order to be eligible for the post.
Karnataka Bank Clerk Recruitment 2019 hereby begins with this notification. Last date to apply online at karnatakabank.com is 20th July. Registration is available online at karnatakabank.com only. Application fee is Rs 500 for SC, ST candidates, and Rs 600 for all others. GST is applicable on fee amount.
In online form, candidates have to fill their personal details, same as mentioned in their official documents. They also have to upload photograph (4.5 cm x 3.5 cm), signature with black ink, left thumb impression on white paper with black or blue ink, hand written declaration. Candidates must not sign in all capital letters.
Online registration form at karnatakabank.com is an intuitive one. Details to be filled come one after the other. Candidates can click save and next at any time. Before hitting final submit button, they should verify all details once.
Those who apply on time will be issued call letter at karnatakabank.com prior to exam. Online test will be held on 3rd August at Bengaluru, Delhi, Dharwad-Hubballi, Mangaluru, Mumbai and Mysuru.
Selection process shall involve online test followed by interviews. Selected candidates will get salary as per all India level settlements, currently CTC will be around Rs 37000 per month.
Karnataka Bank is recruiting for the position of Clerk to be posted in branches and offices of the bank all over India. Last time this recruitment was done was in 2016. At that time, registrations were opened in December 2016, and exam was held in February 2017. Interviews were conducted in May 2017.
The Karnataka Bank is a scheduled class A commercial bank with 839 branches. This Mangaluru based bank has over 8000 employees all over India. it was founded in 1924. Then in the year 1960, Karnataka Bank acquired Sringeri Sharada Bank. Later it also took over Chitradurga Bank, Mysore’s oldest bank, and then Bank of Karnataka.