Dena Bank Clerk Interview 2012 Schedule Announced: Cut offs Released
Infact Dena Bank had become the first bank among all the participating banks to announce its Interview Schedule.
Earlier Dena Bank had invited online applications for 1090 Clerical posts in the month of April from the successful candidates in the IBPS Clerk Exam 2011.For 1090 vacancies, the Dena Bank is expected to shortlist the candidates in the ratio of 1:4 (As per Advt).
As per the Notification, the Eligibility criteria for Dena Bank is as under
- 60 % marks in HSC or Degree in any discipline
- Anyone who holds IBPS Clerk scorecard
- Age Limit: 18 years to 28 years
DENA Bank Clerk Interview Schedule
Personal Interviews: As per the Interview Notification, Dena bank had decide to conduct the Interviews in the 2nd week of June i.e in between 7th June, 2012 to 10th June, 2012.
The important Details like Interview Venue, Time and Date will soon be published on the Official Website.Candidates are advised in their own interest to be get ready for the Interviews and prepare for the same.Here are some of the Tips for a Successful Bank Clerk Interview
In the meantime Dena Bank had published the Category wise and State wise cut offs for the Interviews, that can be downloaded from the Dena Bank's Official website.
The exact number of candidates, along with their Roll No.s is yet to be published by the Dena Bank and is expected to be published in the coming days.
Category Wise and State wise cut Offs
Update: We will update this page and provide the exact list of all candidates who have been invited for the Dena Bank Clerk Interviews.Students who have applied for Dena Bank Clerk Recruitment 2012 must regularly check this page as the (*.pdf ) containing the Roll No. of Candidates will be published on the page soon.
You can check the Official document (*.pdf) containing the State wise and category wise cut offs at the Bank' Website here
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