Bank of Baroda has positions open for Probationary Officers and other posts in Banks at All Over India. All positions require Graduate pass candidate and no experience required for a job. The last date to apply is 02 July. Interested persons should submit an application online with a resume and a cover letter.
Position/Title: Probationary Officers & Various Posts.
Department: Bank of Baroda
Pay Scale: Candidates can get salary As per rule.
Expert – Fresher: Expert
Part Time – Full Time: Full Time
Temporary – Permanent: Permanent
Location: All Over India.
Application Fee: Candidates have to pay General/OBC Applicants: Rs.600/- & All Other Applicants (ST/SC/Ex-s/PWD): Rs.100/-.
Minimum Requirement Bank of Baroda:
Education: Candidates should have completed Graduation Pass or it’s equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.
12th Pass, Diploma, Graduate, Post Graduate can apply.
Skills and Knowledge: NA
Position Posting Date: Today
Position Closing Date: 02 July 2018
Age Limit: Applicants minimum age must be 20 & maximum age limit must be less than 28 years.
How to Apply: All Eligible and Interested candidates may apply online through the official website www.bankofbaroda.com.
Please submit an online application with your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in this position. If you have further questions, Visit Official website.
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