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Union Bank of India recruits 1040 Clerks


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Union Bank of India, a Leading Pan-India Listed Public Sector Bank, invites applications for recruitment to fill in 1040 vacancies in the CLERICAL CADRE.

INCLUDES THE SPECIAL RECRUITMENT DRIVE TO FILL UP THE BACKLOG RESERVED VACANCIES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.

NAME OF THE POST: CLERK-CUM-CASHIER in the Clerical Cadre

AGE (As on 30.09.2009): Minimum age : 18 years & Maximum age 28 years

Emoluments: Basic Pay in Time Scale of Rs.4410 – Rs.13210 plus DA, HRA, CCA, Conveyance Allowance, Gratuity, Pension, LFC, Medical Aid, Reimbursement of Hospitalization & other expenses as also various facilities under Staff Welfare Schemes as per Bank’s Rules

Vacancy Position: Assam (State Code: 13), Total 24 (OBC 7)

Educational Qualifications (as on 30.09.2009):

a) : The candidate should possess the following minimum qualifications as on 30.09.2009.

(1) (a) A First Class Pass (60% marks in the aggregate) in the Higher Secondary School (HSC) Examination or Standard XII under the 10+2+3 pattern or Standard XI under the 11+3 pattern or Intermediate Examination or Pre-University (PUC) Examination from a recognised Educational Board;

OR

(b) A Pass Class Graduate Degree from a UGC recognised reputed University.
Ex-servicemen who do not possess the above Civil Examination qualifications should have passed, while serving in the Armed forces, with a minimum of 60% marks, any of the following examinations recognised by the Government as equivalent of the Civil Examination of HSC / Pre-University, viz., (i) IAF Educational Test for promotion to the Rank of Corporal; (ii) Passing Out (Indian Navy) Examination conducted by Boys Training Establishment, Visakhapatnam.

(2) Computer Awareness and Office Automation Course (Computer Basics, DOS, MS Office, Internet & E-Mail) from a Computer Training Institute of a duration of minimum 60 hours. The requirement of having completed the Computer Awareness & Automation Course will be waived in case of those Graduates having Computer Awareness & Knowledge as part of the curriculum at the Degree level

(3) Should know to Read, Write & Speak the Language of the State / Union Territory for which s/he applies.

For more information: Click UNION BANK RECRUITMENT PROJECT 2009 A

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