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Union Bank of India recruitment 2012 for clerical cadres through IBPS

 Union Bank of India is taking online applications from Indian citizens who have qualified IBPS CWE clerk project 2011 to fill up 1636 vacancies for the post of  Single Window Operator 'A'/Clerk.

Eligibility and vacancy details of Union Bank clerk recruitment 2012


Vacancy: Total vacancy is 1636. The category-wise vacancy details of Union Bank of India clerk recruitment 2012 are as follows-


STATE
Posts
Min TWS Score
SC
ST
OBC
UR
Andhra Pradesh
112
161
151
170
173
Assam
22
-
143
145
157
A.P
1
-
-
-
136
Andaman Nicobar
1
-
-
120
-
Bihar
50
173
164
180
183
Chhattisgarh
25
154
138
167
167
Delhi
150
156
139
159
171
Goa
6
-
107
136
148
Gujarat
18
-
150
167
177
Haryana
43
156
-
165
176
Himachal Pradesh
2
-
-
169
182
Jammu & Kashmir
3
-
127
-
174
Jharkhand
21
166
158
183
184
Karnataka
49
138
122
145
151
Kerala
69
-
127
165
176
Madhya Pradesh
110
156
132
170
173
Maharashtra
135
160
105
156
164
Meghalaya
1
-
-
109
-
Mizoram
2
-
135
-
135
Orissa
14
164
154
179
182
Punjab
63
149
-
154
172
Rajasthan
43
163
160
175
180
Sikkim
1
-
-
-
146
Tamil Nadu
114
145
-
152
152
Tripura
3
-
120
-
162
Uttarakhand
11
166
155
169
179
Uttar Pradesh
526
147
133
156
166
West Bengal
41
-
154
163
181
Total
1636
Current Trends


Age Limit: Between 20-28 years as on 01.08.2011.

Eligibility: Candidates should be a graduate in any discipline from a UGC recognized University and should have obtained a valid IBPS CWE 2011 score card for clerk project. Candidates should have to read, write & speak official language of the state for which they want to apply.

Pay Scale: Rs. 7300-19300 and other allowances.

IBPS cut-off marks: The cut-off marks of individual subject is 24 for UR and 21 for SC/ST/OBC/PWD. The state-wise IBPS cut-off marks for Union Bank of India clerk recruitment 2012 are given below-

• Andhra Pradesh (SC-161,ST-151,OBC-170,UR-173, PWD(OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Assam (ST- 143, OBC-145, UR- 157, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Arunachal Pradesh (UR- 136, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Andaman (OBC-120, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Bihar (SC-173, ST- 164, OBC-180, UR- 183, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Chattisgarh (SC-154, ST- 138, OBC- 167, UR- 167, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Delhi (SC-156, ST- 139, OBC- 159, UR- 171,PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Goa (ST-107, OBC- 136, UR- 148, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Gujarat (ST-150, OBC- 167, UR- 177, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Haryana (SC-156, OBC-165, UR-176, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Himachal Pradesh (OBC-169, UR- 182, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Jharkhand (SC-166, ST-158,OBC-183, UR-184, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Jammu & Kashmir (ST-127, UR-174, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Kerala (ST-127, OBC- 165, UR- 176, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Karnataka (SC-138,ST-122, OBC-145, UR-151, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Madhya Pradesh (SC-156, ST- 132, OBC- 170, UR- 173 , PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Maharashtra (SC-160,ST-105,OBC-156,UR-164,PWD (OC/VC/HI)/Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Meghalaya (OBC- 109, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Mizoram (ST-135, UR- 135, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)
• Orissa (SC-164, ST-154, OBC-179, UR-182, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen-105) 
• Punjab (SC-149, OBC-154, UR-172, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Rajasthan (SC-163, ST-160,OBC-175, UR-180,PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Sikkim (UR-146, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Tamil Nadu (SC-145, OBC-152, UR-152, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Tripura (SC-120, UR-162, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Uttar Pradesh(SC-147,ST-133,OBC-156,UR-166,PWD (OC/VC/HI)/Ex-servicemen -105) 
• Uttarakhand (SC-166,ST-155,OBC-169,UR-179,PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105) 
• West Bengal (SC-154, OBC-163, UR- 181, PWD (OC/VC/HI)/ Ex-servicemen -105)

Selection process of Union Bank clerk recruitment 2012

The selection for Union Bank clerk recruitment 2012 will be based on the performances in IBPS written examination and interview.

Application procedure for Union Bank clerk recruitment 2012

 Application Fees: Rs. 100 for UR/OBC and Rs. 20 for SC/ST/PWD/Ex-servicemen. 

How to apply: Firstly go to the bank's website and take a print out copy of the payment challan. Then fill the challan and submit the above given application fess to the any CBS branch of of Union Bank of India. After that re-visit the bank's website and fill the online application form for Union Bank clerk recruitment 2012 and submit it. Candidates are requested to take a print out copy of the system generated application form for their future reference.

Some important dates of Union Bank of Indiaclerk recruitment 2012

  • Starting Date for Online registration: 19-06-2012
  •  Last Date for Online registration: 03-07-2012

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