Syndicate Bank PO 2018 Final Result declared for PGDBF 2018-19; 500 Candidates Selected
The selected candidates will receive Selection/Admission Letter via email as well as post by May 23, 2018.
Syndicate Bank PGDBF PO 2018 Final Result has been declared on its official website. A total of 500 candidates have been selected for the Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) programme for Probationary Officers. The list of provisionally selected candidates has been released along with the Institute allocated to them viz Manipal Global Education Services Pvt Ltd Bengaluru and Nitte Education International Pvt Ltd (NEIPL) Greater Noida.
The selected candidates will receive Selection/Admission Letter via email as well as post by May 23, 2018. In case a candidate doesn’t receive it, s/he must contact HO:HRMD at 0820-2570387.
Candidates awaiting the result can follow the instructions below and check their result now:
How to check Syndicate Bank PO 2018 Final Result for PGDBF Admissions 2018-19?
Step 1 – Visit the official website - https://www.syndicatebank.in
Step 2 – Click on ‘Career’ section url
Step 3 – Click on ‘Annexure’ pdf given in front of ‘PGDBF PROGRAMME 2018-2019’
Step 4 – CTRL+F with your Roll Number and click on Search
Step 5 – Download the pdf and save it or take a printout for further reference
The joining of the candidates is subject to document verification. The bank has released the list of Joining Documents, which the selected candidates need to download from the main career page and deposit before joining.
The online Written Examination for PGDBF Programme 2018-2019 was held in February 2018, earlier this year, and candidates who had qualified the same were called for Personal Interviews based on which the final list of candidates has been made. Candidates who will successfully complete the PGDBF 2018-19 programme will be anointed as Probationary Officers (PO) at the Syndicate Bank at Scale-I.
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