cbi Specialist Officer Exam Date: Central Bank of India SO after January 22; All the details inside! – Central Bank of India Specialist Exam on January 22nd – details here


  • The admission card for the SO exam will be issued on January 11th.
  • The selection for the SO position will take place on January 22nd.
  • The entrance ticket can be downloaded from www.centralbankofindia.co.in.

The Central Bank of India has announced that the selection for the post of Specialist Officer will take place on January 22nd. Applications for around 115 special positions at the Central Bank are encouraged. The application deadline for these positions is December 17th.

The Central Bank of India SO exam admission card can be downloaded from the official website https://www.centralbankofindia.co.in from January 11th.

Job advertisements:

  • Economist – 1 vacancy
  • Income Tax Officer – 1 job offer
  • Information technology – 1 job vacancy
  • Data Scientist – 1 job vacancy
  • Loan Officer – 10 open positions
  • Data Engineer – 11 open positions
  • IT security analyst – 1 vacancy
  • IT SOC Analyst – 2 vacancies
  • Risk Manager – 5 open positions
  • Technical Employee (credit) – 5 vacancies
  • Financial analyst – 20 open positions
  • Information technology – 15 vacancies
  • Lawyer – 20 vacancies
  • Risk Manager – 10 vacancies
  • Security – 3 vacancies
  • Security I – 9 job vacancies

There are a total of 115 vacancies.

Applicants were given a period from November 23rd to December 17th to apply for the SO position. The reserved category above the maximum age limit is excluded from the age limit. 5 years for the SC / ST category, 3 years for the OBC applicant, and 5 years for those killed in the 1984 riots.

Selection method:

The selection of the applicant for the SO positions will be based on a written test, which will take place on January 22nd, and a subsequent interview.

The exam is carried out for 100 points. This exam will take place in an hour. Specific Questions – 60 points (60 questions), Computer Science – 20 points (20 questions), Banking, Current Financial Status, General Knowledge – 20 points (20 questions) for a total of 100 points.

Questions are asked in English and Hindi. These are objective sample questions. There are 5 user-defined answers to each question. An incorrect answer will lower the score. A wrong answer reduces the score by 1/4.


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