Paschim Banga Gramin Bank government gecruitment Officer Scale I, II, III for Freshers
Paschim Banga Gramin Bank At Tikamgarh
Post Name : Officer Junior Management Scale -I
No of Vacancy : 10 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs.14500- 25700/-
Post Name : Officer (General Banking Officer)Scale -II
No of Vacancy : 22 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs.19400- 28100/-
Post Name : Officer Junior Management Scale -III
No of Vacancy : 01 Post
Pay Scale : Rs.25700- 25700/-
Post Name : Office Assistant (Multipurpose)
No of Vacancy : 70 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs.7200-19300/-
Educational Qualification : Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or its equivalent.
Language Proficiency : Candidates must have studied Bengali as a subject in Matriculation/ 10th Standard or Pre University(10+2) or at any level upto Graduation.
For Officer Scale -I & Office Assistant : 18 to 28 years
For Officer Scale -II : 21 to 32 years
For Officer Scale -III : 21 to 40 years
Age of Relaxation :
Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe : 5 years
Other Backward Classes : 3 years
Persons With Disability : 10 years
Selection Process : Selection will be made on the basis of performance in RRBs- CWE-III conducted by IBPS in September/ October 2014 and Personal Interview.
Application Fee :
For SC/ST/PWD candidates : Rs. 20/-
For All Others candidates : Rs.100/-
Requisite Application Fee may be paid through CBS at any of the Branches of Paschim BangaGramin Bankby means of a Payment challan.
How to Apply Paschim Banga Gramin Bank Vacancy : Candidates are required to apply online through Banks website www.paschimbangagraminbank.com
Paschim Banga Gramin Bank is one of the leading Regional Rural Banks formed by amalgamation of three erstwhile Gramin Banks viz. Howrah Gramin Bank, Bardhaman Gramin Bank and Mayurakshi Gramin Bank as per Govt of India
On amalgamation of erstwhile three Gramin Banks now termed/treated as transferor Banks, newly established Paschim Banga Gramin Bank has four districts viz. Howrah, Hooghly, Burdwan and Birbhum as its area of operation.
Howrah, Hooghly and Burdwan districts traditionally have immense potential both for agriculture and industry, whereas Birbhum District is not so advanced in terms of agricultural activities and mostly has mono cropped land area. Revised and modified industrial policy at the State Level is accelerating the pace of Industrial Development in the aforesaid districts. Besides, introduction of non-traditional crop cultivation and multi dimensional approach for rising food production arising out of new thrust areas in the agricultural policy, may contribute to upliftment of the economy of the aforesaid districts.