Central Bank of India Recruitment 2016:Central Bank of India has released an employment notification, inviting interested and eligible candidates to apply for the position of Engagement of Faculty/Office Assistant for RSETIs (Rural Self Employment Training Institutes) on contract basis for the Year 2016.eligible candidates may apply for in prescribed application format on or before 15-02-2016.more detailed information regarding educational qualification,age limit,selection precedure,how to apply ,last date etc are mentioned below
Central Bank of India Recruitment 2016 for Faculty / Office Assistant
Name of Organization:Central Bank of India
Total No.of Posts:02
Name of the Posts:
Faculty :Post-graduate viz. MSW/ MA in Rural Development/MA in Sociology/Psychology/BSc (Agri.)/BA with B.Ed. etc
Office Assistant:Shall be a Graduate viz. BSW/BA/B.Com with computer knowledge
Faculty:Less than 65 years with sound Health.
Office Assistant:Less than 35 years & above 18 years of age with sound health.
The contract amount shall be fixed at Rs.12000/- per month. No other allowance / benefit / payment / facility will be admissible.
In case of Office Assistant:
The contract amount shall be fixed at Rs.8000/- per month. No other allowance / benefit / payment / facility will be admissible
Selection procedure:The eligible candidates will be called for personal interview and the decision of the Society/Trust in this regard shall be final.
How to Apply :
Candidates can apply through prescribe format along with all require docuemnts should be forward to Regional Manager,Central Bank of India, Regional Office, Hotel Airlines Building, Nayapura, Opp.MBSHospital,Kota (Rajasthan) -324001
Last Date for Receipt of Applications:15-02-2016
Detail Advertisement Link :https://www.centralbankofindia.co.in/upload/RECRUT%20ANNX%20Original%20Faculty%20and%20office%20assistant%20ro%20gorakhpur.docx
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