Punjab National Bank SO result 2019 for written test declared; 252 candidates qualify

Punjab National Bank SO result 2019 for written test declared; 252 candidates qualify
Bachan Thakur | Jun 13, 2019 - 5:13 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, June 13, 2019: Punjab National Bank (PNB) has announced the result of PNB SO 2019 written test. The result has been declared for the examination held on March 24, 2019. The authority has released the result in PDF format with the roll numbers of the qualified candidates. According to the official result data released by the bank, 252 candidates have made it to the next stage of the recruitment exam against a total of 325 vacancies. This means that the bank has shortlisted 73 less candidates than the total number of announced vacancies.

Going by the result figures, 38 candidates have been shortlisted for the post of Seniour Manager Credit, while only 26 candidates made it to the next level for the post of Manager Credit. For the post of Manager Law, the bank has selected 55 candidates, 13 for Manager HRD post and 120 for Officer IT post.

These 252 selected candidates will have to now further appear in a personal interview. The schedule and time of the interviews will be intimated at a later stage.

To check the PNB SO result 2019, candidates have to visit the official website of PNB - https://www.pnbindia.in/Recruitments.aspx and find the latest notices as per the different dates on the careers/recruitment page of the official portal. Now, click on the result link. A new PDF will open in a new window where candidates have to press Cntrl+F and enter their roll number to know the status of their result. If they can find their roll number in the result PDF list, this means that they have qualified the exam.

PNB conducts PNB SO exam in two stages – written exam and personal interview. Selected candidates are recruited for different posts including Manager Credit, Seniour Manager Credit, Manager Law, Manager HRD, Officer IT, etc. at different branches of the bank.

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