Call Letters for the SBI exam of Deputy Manager (Law) are now available for download. Candidates who have applied for the exam can check the official site to download the same. The State Bank of India (SBI) had invited applications for the post of Deputy Manager (Law). The number of vacancy is 40 reserved for UR (21), OBC (10), SC (6) and ST (3). The qualified candidate would be offered the annual CTC as Middle Management Grade Scale II (MMGS II) 15.10 Lacs (inclusive of leased Rental at Mumbai)
|Commencement of Call letter Download||24 - 10 - 2017|
|Closure of Call letter Download||11 - 11 - 2017|
How to Download Call Letter: The candidates should download their call letter and an “acquaint yourself” booklet by entering their registration number and password / date of birth, from the Bank's website. Keep in mind that no hard copy of the call letter / ‘acquaint yourself’ booklet is sent by post.
- Follow the link from the SBI website to download call letter.
- At login page, provide your Registration No / Roll No and Password / DOB (dd-mm-yy) at the required places to download the Call Letter.
Your Registration Number and Password were generated at the time of registration and displayed on the screen. These are also sent to you immediately upon successful registration, by way of auto generated email acknowledgement, at the email address registered by you.
Check your Date of Birth whether it is same as you had entered at the time of registration. One can refer to the Application Print for the DATE OF BIRTH. The date of Birth must be entered in DD-MM-YY format.
Documents To be Produced At Exam Centre: The candidates must bring one photo identity proof such as Passport / Aadhar / PAN Card / Driving Licence / Voter's Card / Bank Passbook with duly attested Photograph by the Branch Manager / Identity Card issued by College or Institution/Gazetted Officer in the official letter head, in original as well as a self-attested Photocopy thereof. The photocopy of Identity proof should be submitted along with call letter to the invigilators in the examination hall, failing which or if identity of candidates is in doubt the candidate will not be permitted to appear for the test.
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