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Andhra Bank PO Admit Card 2015, Call Letter Download at www.andhrabank.in

Andhra Bank PO Admit Card 2015, download Probationary Officer exam hall Ticket / call letter is out at andhrabank.in.

Andhra Bank Probationary Officer Admit Card 2015: Finally Andhra Bank decided to conduct written examination Probationary Officer (PO) on 27th December 2015 at specified centres all over a country. So, all applicable candidates who had applied online application form for 200 vacancies will able to collect their admission receipt though official site at www.andhrabank.in.

As we know that Andhra Bank is a public sector bank in India. It was set up in 92 years ago i.ee 20th November 1923.  There are 2507 branches, 15 extension counters, 38 satellite officer and 2232 ATMs. The main product is Consumer banking, Credit cards, corporate banking, finance and insurance, private banking, wealth management and Agricultural Loans.

As per the official notification, Andhra Bank has invites applications from Indian Citizen who have young, qualified, mobile and active minds that can be imparted with the necessary knowledge and skills required to be good all-round bankers.  A huge number of interested aspirants applied online application form during 17th November to 01st December 2015.

Selected candidates will get admission to the one-year full-time graduate diploma course in Banking and Finance level from Manipal University.

This bank must be required Graduation in any discipline from UGC recognized university. All the academic qualifications should be from a University/ Institution/ Board approval by Government of India.  A number of candidates who have completed age between 20 years to 28 years. Upper age relaxation as per category wise.

Andhra Bank PO Admit Card 2015 

Name of the organization: Andhra Bank

Job title: Probationary Officer

Total posts: 200 vacancies

Type of declaration:  Admit Card / Hall Ticket/ Call Letter

Exam date: 27.12.2015

Admit card availability date: 09.12.2015

The Andhra Bank PO Exam 2015 will be scheduled on 27th December 2015 at various allotted centres. After the completion of application procedure, lots of aspirants are eagerly waiting for Andhra Bank PO Hall Ticket 2015 along with exam syllabus, pattern, old paper, study material and exam date.  Dear aspirants are advised to bookmarks our portal by pressing CTRL+D and get all latest updates regarding to Andhra Bank PO Result 2015, expected cut off marks and merit list.

Applicable aspirants shall be selected through a selection procedure consisting of an online test exam following by personal interview. Candidates selected for Probationary Officer post will get a pay band of Rs. 23700- 980×7/30560-1145×2/32850-1310×7/42020. They will also be eligible for DA, HRA and CCA as per government rules.

Andhra Bank PO Exam Syllabus / Pattern 2015

The online examination is generally divided into main four section i.e. 50 marks question from Quantitative Aptitude, 50 marks question from Reasoning,  50 marks question from English Language and 50 marks question from General Awareness (with special reference to Banking Industry). The time duration for the online test is given for 02 hours. The test questions are of MCQs level questions.

Procedure to Download Andhra Bank PO Call Letter 2015

  • Dear nominee is required to go to the Bank’s site i.e. www,andhrabank.in or go to direct link as mentioned below.
  • Under Careers page and click on Admit Card of Probationary Officer Exam 2015.
  • Now you can enter all require information such as Registration Number, Roll Number, Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) etc.
  • The nominees should very carefully fill in the information in the e-Admit Card at appropriate places and click on the Submit Button at the end of the process.
  • Wait a second, your call letter will appear on the screen.
  • Dear aspirants are advised to take a printout of the e-Admit Card for future reference.

Admit card availabilty date: 10.12.2015

Andhra Bank PO Admit Card 2015 Download 

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  • jai December 10, 2015, 5:40 pm


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