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Bank of India Officers vacancy May 2011

Jobs & Career
Bank of India (BoI) , India's International Bank, invites Online applications for recruitment of General Banking Officers : 


  • General Banking Officers Scale-IV : 100 posts, Age : 21-30 years, Pay Scale : Rs.30600-36200
  • General Banking Officers Scale-V : 25 posts, Age : 21-33 years, Pay Scale : Rs.36200-40400
  • AGM Marketing : 01 post
  • AGM CMS : 01 post
  • Agricultural Officers Scale-I : 500 posts
  • Chartered Accountants Scale-II : 200 posts
  • Law Officers Scale-II : 13 posts
  • HR/IR Officers Scale-II : 43 posts
  • Finance Executive Scale-III : 09 posts
  • Finance Executive Scale-II : 20 posts
  • IT Officers Scale-I : 56 posts
  • IT Officers Scale-II : 15 posts
  • Security Officers Scale-II : 09 posts
  • System Auditor Scale-II : 05 posts
  • Technical Officers (Appraisal) Scale-II : 36 posts
  • Technical Officers (Appraisal) Scale-I : 20 posts
  • Statistician Scale-II : 01 post
  • Official Language Officer Scale-II : 07 posts
  • Security Advisor : 01 post on contract)

Application Fee : Rs.500/- (No fee for SC/ST) to be deposited in any branch of Bank of India through a payment challan.

How to Apply : Eligible candidates are advised to apply 'ONLINE' at the Bank of India Website only upto 21/05/2011.

For more information and apply Online, please view document http://www.bankofindia.co.in/UserFiles/File/RGBONotice.pdf , Payment Challans are available at http://www.bankofindia.co.in/UserFiles/File/RGBOChallan.doc

For all other information, please visit http://www.bankofindia.co.in/career.aspx

Reference Books:


Bank Agriculture Officers Exam Guide
English
Ramesh Publishing House
R-1064 / 978-81-7812-708-8
Price: Rs 360 

Bank Agriculture Officer Exam.
English
Upkar Prakashan
1651
Price: Rs 275

Bank IT Officers' Exam Guide
English
Ramesh Publishing House
R-912 / 978-81-7812-593-0
Price: Rs 595

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