Bank of Maharashtra Recruitment 2018 – Last Few Days To Apply
Bank Name: Bank of Maharashtra
Name of the Post:
1. Chief Risk Officer (TEGS-VII) – General Manager
2. Market Risk Officer Scale- III or IV
Total No. of Vacancies: 3
Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 45– 55 years for post 1, 30 – 45 years for post 2, as on 31.12.2017 . Age Relaxation to reserved categories applicable as per Government of India guidelines.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should be Graduate in any discipline AND MBA (Banking / Finance) or CA / ICWA. A certification course on Risk Mgmt / Financial Risk Management / Treasury Mgmt. shall carry due weightage.
Selection Process: Candidates Selection will be through Group discussions and personal interview.
Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 600/- (Application fee + intimation charges) for all other categories.
(a) The Candidates should ensure that they fulfill all eligibility criteria. Their candidature at all the stages of recruitment process will be purely provisional subject to satisfying prescribed eligibility criteria mentioned in this advertisement. Bank will verify eligibility once the candidate has qualified for the interview.
(b) If any false/incorrect information furnished by the candidate is detected at any stage of recruitment process, he/she will be disqualified from the selection process.
How to Apply:
Eligible candidates can apply online through the website from 03.03.2018 to 17.03.2018 & send their hard copy of on line application with attested copies of relevant certificates in an envelope must be written as “Post applied for” by ordinary post to The Asstt. General Manager (IR &HRD) Bank of Maharashtra, on or before 27.03.2018 .
Starting Date to Apply Online & Fee Payment: 03-03-2018
Last Date to Apply Online & Fee Payment: 17-03-2018
Last Date for receipt of hard copy of application: 27-03-2018
Bank of Maharashtra is a major public sector bank in India. Government of India holds 81.61% of the total shares. The bank has 15 million customers across the length and breadth of the country served through 1895 branches as of 5 April 2016.