October 6, 2016 2:06:18 pm
BoM PO, clerk, manager pre-exam training admit card 2016: The admit card/ call letter for the Probationary Officer (PO) (PGDBF), Clerk (non-conventional) and Law and Agriculture graduates pre-exam training (PET) programme has been released by the Bank of Maharashtra (BoM).
“As a part of project, it is decided to conduct pre-exam training for the benefit of PET opted SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Minority community and Ex-Servicemen candidates,” BoM said in a release.
The training will be conducted at 10 centres for the exam in Delhi, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Lucknow and Kolkata.
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The hiring drive is being conducted to recruit suitable candidates for 1,315 posts in the bank at PO, Clerk and Manager posts across varying scaled.
The bank has stated that the tests will start from October 21, 2016 and will go on upto October 28, 2016.
The admit cards for the exam are likely to be released by the bank in a few days. As of now, the bank has released the admit cards for the pre-exam training only.
Steps to download the BoM PET admit cards 2016:
Log on to the official website of the bank, bankofmaharashtra.in
Go to the “Careers” section on the top of the page
A new page will open. Click on the “Recruitment Process” link
Go to “Current Openings”
Go to “Pre-Exam Training Call Letter” under the “Apply Online” section
A new page will open. Enter your registration number and password and date of birth as well as the code given on the screen
Your admit card will be available for download when you click on “Login”
The BoM PET admit cards/call letters will be available till October 18, 2016, after which the live link will be pulled off the website. Candidates are required to carry their admit cards/call letters to the training centre. It is advisable to carry an ID proof with you as well.
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