Bank Of India Recruitment 2024: Registration Begins For 143 Vacancies at – News18

Published By: Sukanya Nandy
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Last Updated: March 31, 2024, 15:30 IST
New Delhi, India
This Bank of India recruitment drive aims to fill up the vacant officer positions in various streams up to Scale IV (Representative/File Photo)
Bank of India (BOI) has announced a total of 143 vacancies for various officer posts on its website. The recruitment process began on March 27, with the official notification being announced a day earlier. This recruitment drive aims to fill up the vacant officer positions in various streams up to Scale IV.
Interested candidates can now register themselves for the BOI Recruitment 2024 online exam by visiting the bank’s website at While the deadline day of online application has been set until April 10, no dates have been provided for the date of the exam and the interview.
The selection process for BOI officer recruitment involves two main stages. First, the candidates will have to take an online test. If they clear the cutoffs, the qualified candidates will then be called for the interview stage.
1- Go to the official website
2- Click on the recruitment link on the homepage of the website.
3- Register yourself and fill out the form.
4- Upload the required documents and pay the application fees.
5- Submit the form. Take a printout for future reference.
For the BOI Officer recruitment 2024, General candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 850. Whereas, candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD categories will be charged Rs 175. Candidates can pay the application fee using a Master/Visa/Rupay Credit card, debit card, internet banking, cash card or mobile wallet and UPI.
The online exam will be based on subjects including English Language, Professional knowledge relevant to the position and General Awareness. The third line of study will have a focus on the Banking Industry. Candidates can take the exam either in Hindi or English. The English Language and General Awareness sections will carry 25 marks each. Whereas, the Professional Knowledge section will carry 100 marks. A total of two hours will be allotted to the candidates to finish their papers. Candidates must also note that the marks obtained in English Language will not be included in the final merit list. There will be a negative marking of 0.25 for every question answered incorrectly.


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