PNB Technical Officer Result 2019 declared at pnbindia.in, 504 qualify for interviews
The Punjab National Bank (PNB) has declared the result of PNB Technical Officer Exam 2019 on its official website.
A total of 504 candidates have been shortlisted on the basis of the recruitment exam. PNB has released post-wise names, roll numbers and registration numbers of the candidates who’ve been shortlisted for the interview round. The qualified candidates can download their Interview Call Letters from their login panel. These Call Letters will bear important details like date, time and venue of the interview allotted to candidates.
The online application process for PNB technical officer exam was held from 14th February 2019 to 2nd March 2019. The online examination was conducted on 24th March 2019.
Candidates who had appeared in the exam can follow the steps given below to check and download the PNB Technical Officer Result 2019 now:
How to download PNB Technician Officer Result 2019?
Step 1 – Visit the official website – pnbindia.in
Step 2 – Click on ‘Recruitments’ tab under ‘News Buzz’ section on the home page
Step 3 – You’ll redirected to a new page
Step 4 – Click on the link which reads, “CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF CANDIDATES SHORTLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS FOR THE POST OF 325 TECHNICAL OFFICERS”
Step 5 – A PDF will open, check your name, registration number or roll number
Step 6 – Download and take a printout for further reference
Direct link to download the PNB Technical Officer 2019 Result
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