SBI CBO (Circle Based Officer) Eligibility

Circle Based Officer, CBO in SBI is equivalent to the Assistant Manager post, however, SBI CBO is not equivalent to the Probationary Officer post. State Bank of India has recently come up with the new Circle Officer post to address the issue of all India-based officers.

SBI CBO Eligibility Criteria Age, Education, Experience

SBI CBO eligibility criteria are important to participate in the recruitment process. Interested candidates must have at least 2 years of experience in a scheduled commercial bank or any regional rural bank and are eligible to apply for the post.

Other SBI CBO eligibility consists of age limit, educational qualification, language, and others. Candidates who failed to fulfill the SBI CBO eligibility will not be able to participate in the recruitment process. Check out all the detailed SBI CBO eligibility criteria.

SBI CBO Nationality

All eligible Indian Citizens are eligible to apply for the SBI CBO examination.

SBI CBO Age Limit

As per the notification, the SBI CBO age limit is 30 years. The SBI CBO age limit for general remains the same as 30 years whereas there is age relaxation for a few reservation categories.

Minimum Age – 21 years

Maximum Age – 30 years

SBI Circle Officer Age Relaxation

SBI CBO age relaxation for various categories is mentioned below. THE SBI CBO age limit for SC is 35 years and the SBI CBO age limit for OBC is 33 years.

Category SBI CBO Age Limit
SBI CBO age relaxation for SC & ST 5 years
SBI CBO age relaxation for OBC 3 years
SBI CBO age relaxation for Persons with Disabilities (PWD)
PWD (SC/ ST) 15 Years
PWD (OBC) 13 Years
PWD (Gen/ EWS) 10 Years

SBI CBO Educational Qualification

SBI CBO educational qualification requires an applicant to be a graduate from any discipline from a recognized university or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the central government. SBI CBO educational qualification percentage is accepted as the total sum aggregate of all the subjects divided by the aggregate maximum marks of all the subjects.

There is an additional eligibility criterion regarding the local language. Candidates applying for vacancies in a State will have to produce a 10th or 12th standard mark sheet/ certificate as evidence of having studied the specific local language of the applied State as one of the subjects.

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