Central Bank of India
Raisen & Hoshangabad (M.P.)
Last Date: 2017-08-09
Officers with rural development background i.e. Agriculture Finance Officer / Rural Development Officer / Agriculture Officers converted to Mainstream of banking / Lead District Managers and Faculty leaders / Faculty members of Training Centres / Colleges with specialization in Rural Development etc. shall be preferred.
(i) Candidate should have retired on VRS or on attaining superannuation with minimum 20 years of service of which at least 15 years in Officer Cadre.
(ii) He should have worked as Branch Manager in any scale in a rural branch for at least 3 years OR as AFO (Agriculture Finance Officer) in a Rural Branch for a period of 3 years.
(iii) He should have unblemished record and possess satisfactory service certificate from the previous employer.
(iv) Should be well conversant with local language.
(v) Should have Scale-II & above.
(vi) Should be resident of the same State, preferably same or nearby district.
Less than 65 years with sound Health.
Eligible candidates have to submit their applications in the given format (Annexure-A).
Candidates desirous to apply for both the districts will have to apply separately for each district. Last date for receipt of application is 09/08/2017 No applications shall be entertained beyond the stipulated date. Incomplete applications will be rejected.
Address the application, super scribing ?Application for the post of Recruitment as Counselor of FLCC on contract? to RD Department, Central Bank of India, Regional Office address 9 Arera Hills, Bhopal. Further, it is informed that One Letter Box will be kept at Office, Central Bank of India, Regional Office Bhopal where the applications may be dropped.
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