Bank of Baroda has released the final list of selected candidates for admission to the Post Graduate Certificate in Banking & Finance (2017 – 18) at Baroda Manipal School of Banking, Bengaluru. Online test for the same was conducted on 27th May 2017 followed by Psychometric Assessment and Group Discussion & Interviews of the candidates found successful in the online test.
We refer to the detailed advertisement dated 01.04.2017 in leading newspapers / notification on our Bank’s website inviting applications for admission to Baroda Manipal School of Banking (BMSB) 2017-18. Online test for the same was conducted on 27.05.2017. Psychometric Assessment and Group Discussion & Interviews of the candidates found successful in the online test were conducted during the period from 13.06.2017 to 27.06.2017 and from 10.07.2017 to 16.07.2017 respectively.
Based on the cut-off score for eligibility a list of -1200- candidates is hereby declared as provisionally eligible for admission to the Post Graduate Certificate in Banking & Finance (2017 – 18) at Baroda Manipal School of Banking, Bengaluru, subject to being found medically fit and verification of their eligibility / submission of requisite certificates / documents and there is no waitlist against these -1200- vacancies. Admission will be taking place in two Batches.
Necessary intimation is being sent to the candidates selected for the 21st Batch, by E-Mail with the details regarding the medical examination, completion of further formalities, etc. On receipt of such E-mails, Candidates have to intimate their acceptance of the offer by E-Mail within 3 days from the date of sending of the offer by E-Mail.
The date of reporting of the candidates of the 21st Batch at the Baroda Manipal School of Banking Campus, Bengaluru will be 9th October 2017. The details of the same and other formalities to be completed by the candidates before their reporting at the campus will be contained in the offer letter.
The category wise break up for the total 600 students for the 21st batch and 22nd batch, assuming 600 students in each batch is given below: