| Updated On September 14th, 2020 at 04:24 pm
State Bank Of India had released 3850 vacancies for the appointment of SBI Circle Based Officer post. The selection procedure is done by shortlisting and Personal Interview round of the candidates and written exam can be conducted as well if the need is felt by the authroity. In this article we have provided some questions that could be asked in the interview round of SBI CBO appointment procedure. These questions can be quiet useful for the candidates who are preparing for the procedure as this would give them an idea what could be asked. This list is prepared by the Ex- SBI manager so you will be getting the authentic information to help you out. Let’s take a look at them:
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What Type of Questions Will Be Asked in SBI CBO Interview?
We will be discussing the Questions that can be asked in SBI CBO Interview and this list is prepared by our expert with the help of an Ex-Manager in SBI, Mr. P.B Solanki, Having 38 years of experience in banking industry. He has been of the management for almost 2 decades. We have prepared this list with the guidance taken from P.B Solanki sir with the aim to help you all in cracking this exam. Given below are some of the questions that you must prepare before your Interview:
Q. What According to you, is the role and responsbility of an SBI CBO Officer?
SBI CBO Officers roles and reponsibility are similar to that of an SBI PO, who has successfully completed the two year probation period. They will taken up for multi tasking role based on their earlier experience. Multi tasking role could be Operations, Marketing, Recovery etc and their services will be utilised at the rural centre as well as the urban centres.
Q. Why do you want to leave your current job as you are already an officer there?
Ans. State Bank Of India is one of the most coveted bank in India and is known to provide the maximum benefits to its employees in terms of salary or in terms of perks. Its a brand and every banking employess dream to get associated with this. It is one of the most prestigious institution and working in it is dream of many.
Q. What departments you have worked in your bank as an Officer?
Ans, Candidate need to tell the name of the department, he/she have currently working in and some other details as well like they job profile in that department and so on.
Q. How your Graduation subject helped you in executing your duties as an officer in your bank?
Ans. This answer will vary depending upon the qualification of the person. Candidates are advised to learn the basic application of their graduated subject in banking to give a better answer.
Except the above mentioned questions, there are other topics as well from where the questions can be asked. Questions from current affair events is one such topic that you must be verse in. The complete and detail knowledge of your job profile in your bank etc can be asked. Interview is more of a Personality assessment stage so make sure you work on your body language, communication skills etc.