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IB ACIO Grade II Executive Recruitment 2012 (750 Vacancies)

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IB ACIO Grade II Executive Recruitment 

Intelligence Bureau IB, Ministry of Home Affairs, invites application for the post of Assistant Central Intelligence ACIO Grade II Executive.

  • No. of vacancies: 750
  • Age : 27 years as on closing date of registration of application. Relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/Departmental
  • Educational Qualifications: Graduation
  • Last date for receipt of application: 30 days after 16 July 2012

Candidates have to apply Online for the IB ACIO Grade II Exam 2012
For more information, visit IB ACIO Exam 2012

Union Bank Specialist Officer Recruitment 2012

Union Bank of India invites online applications for the below posts. 

  1. Asst. General Manager - MMGS (IT)
  2. Credit Officers - MMGS-III
  3. Security Officer
  4. Electrical Engineer 
  5. Civil Engineer
  6. Asst. Manager (Technical)
  7. Rural Development Officer
  8. Personal Officer
  9. Rajbhasa Adhikari
  10. Fire Officer
  11. Law Officer
For the Post 2, Post 3, Post 4, Post 5, Post 6, and Post 11, candidates have to appear for written examination &/ or Psychometric test &/ or Group Discussion &/or Personal interview. 

For the rest of the posts, candidates should be qualified in the IBPS CWE. The selection procedure will be through Psychometric test &/ or Group Discussion &/or Personal interview.
  • Opening date for making online applications: 17 July 2012
  • Last date for submission of applications: 31 July 2012
  • Date for written examination: 7 October 2012
Download Notification/advertisement of Union Bank of India Specialist Officer Recruitment 2012
More information, visit Union Bank Specialist Recruitment 2012


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