5,000 apprentice vacancies in Central Bank of India; rush your application now

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Applications are invited for 5,000 vacancies for the post of apprentice at the Central Bank of India. In Kerala, there are 136 vacancies at Thiruvananthapuram (71) and Kochi (65) regions.

The eligibility for applying for these posts is graduation in any subject. Interested candidates can submit applications until April 3. The training period is for up to a year.

Besides their own district, the applicants can choose two more districts in their application.

Online applications could be submitted until April 3 via the apprenticeship portal www.apprenticeshipindia.gov.in.


Selected candidates would get a monthly stipend of Rs 15,000 in branches at metro cities. Meanwhile, it is Rs 12,000 in urban areas and Rs 10,000 in rural branches.


The candidates should be between 20 and 28 years. Candidates of Scheduled Caste/Tribe categories can avail age relaxation of up to five years. Meanwhile, backward communities would get age relaxation of three years and persons with disabilities would get 10 years. Widows and divorced women can avail age relaxation of up to seven years.

Eligibility and age would be calculated as on March 31, 2023. The applicants should be proficient in their regional languages. Those who have already acquired training or work experience need not apply.


The online exam has been scheduled in April. It will be followed by an interview too. Applicants should produce certificates to prove that they have studied regional languages until classes 8/9/10 or at the degree level.

There is an application fee of Rs 800. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Tribe categories as well as women need to pay Rs 600. Meanwhile, it is Rs 400 for persons with disabilities. The application fees could be paid online.

For detailed information log into www.centralbankofindia.co.in.  

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