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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Probationary Officer Programme - ICICI Bank

Probationary Officer Programme is an initiative by ICICI Bank to attract bright graduate students to pursue a career in banking. It is designed to develop specialists with banking knowledge and skills to partially fulfill the future need of trained bankers .

Those selected will undergo a one year intensive residential classroom training and internship. During the training, a stipend will be given to candidates to meet out of pocket expenses. On successful completion of the programme they will be absorbed as Assistant Manager.

Eligibility Criteria for Test:Completed graduation with 55% (Aggregate) in any discipline.
  • Up to 25 years of age as on August 1st, 2009 (should have been born on or after August 1, 1984).
  • Applicants who have appeared in ICICI Bank Probationary Officer Programme after April 1st, 2008 are not eligible for this batch.
Last date of registration April 20th, 2009.

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Monday, March 30, 2009

United Bank of India requires 900 Probationary Officers (PO)

United Bank of India, a premier Public Sector Bank, invites applications from Indian citizens for the posts of Probationary Officer.

Eligibility : 

A graduate or Post graduate in any discipline from the recognized University with a minimum mark of 55% in either Graduation or Post graduation. 5% relaxation available to candidates belonging to the SC / ST / OBC / PWD Category. Candidate must have successfully completed a computer  course of at least 6 months' duration from any Institute recognized by Central/State Govt. / AICTE. 

Important Details:
Position : Probationary Officer
Posts : 912 (Gen-407  , OBC-292 ,  SC-128 , ST-85 , PC- 27).
Age : 21-30 (excluding relaxations).
Pay Scale : 10000 -18240
Fees : 400 (OBC/Gen) & 50 (SC/ST/PC)

Dates : 

Opening Date :          30.03.2009
Last Date to Apply:  27.04.2009
EXAM date :             21.6.2009

How to Apply:  

Click here for the details

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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Dealer and Branch Head Job in IndBank

IndBank which is a leading Merchant Banker wants Institutional Dealers/ Dealer and Branch Heads for branches across India. 

  • Exprerienced candidates preferred. 
  • Age Max 28 years.
  • Salary Negotiable.

Last Date: 11/04/2009

How to Apply: 

NABARD Exam - 29.03.2009

The exam for the position of Assistant Manager (Grade - 'A') in NABARD was held across India on 29th March, 2009. Here's a brief analysis of the paper : 

Objective : Objective part had the following four sections with 50 Questions in each part and 2 hours time in total i.e. 120 minutes. 

1. General Awareness: This section had a lot of questions related to the Agricultural sector, NABARD being a rural development bank. There were a lot of question on Nabard itself. Like its policies, the places it takes loans from, When was Nabard set up, its Headquarters and other similar questions. Some of the other questions from memory:   

  • Ramon Magsaysay Award : Prakash and Mandakini Amte
  • Sania and Mahesh Bhupathi recently won which tournament : Australian Open
  • G-20 Summit in November held in :
  • Between the assassinations (book) : Aravinda Adiga
  • Intn'l understanding Prize:  Hosni Mubarak
  • Microfinance started in: Bangladesh
2. English : The section had following type of Questions : 

  •  Reading Comprehension and answering questions based on the passage
  •  Meaning of Idiomatic expressions
  •  Correct the grammatically incorrect
  •  Fill in the Blanks
3. Quant/Maths: This section had questions divided into basically the 'Calculative' questions where all you needed was fast speed and good calculation and DI sets where questions had to be answered based on the sets. Apart from these, there were individual questions based on the following chapters: 

Time and Work
Simple and Compound interest
Permutation and Combination.
Simple equations. 

4. Reasoning: The first 10-15 questions were just logic questions quite similar to the pattern followed by all bank exams followed by the following type of questions : 

NOTE : These are examples, NOT the questions that came in the exam. 

1. Study the following arrangement
carefully and answer the questions given below :

B  #  A  R  5  8  E  %  M  F  4  J  1  U  @  H  2  ©  9  T  I
6  W  3  P  #  K  7  $  Y

2.  In the following questions, the symbols @, ©, %, $ and δ δ are used with the following meanings

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is greater than Q’.
‘P δ Q’ means’ ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’.
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is smaller than Q’.
‘P © Q’ means ‘P is either smaller than or equal to Q’.
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is either greater than or equal to Q’.

Give answer:
(1) if only conclusion I is true.
(2) if only conclusion II is true.
(3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.
(4) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.
(5) if both conclusions I and II are true.

3. The questions where you are given information about six guys sitting around a table and you have to figure out the order....

4. The following type : 

Statements :
Some shoes are socks.
All socks are towels.
All towels are bedsheets.
No bedsheet is blanket.

Conclusions :
I. No towel is blanket.
II. Some shoes are towels.
III. Some shoes are bedsheets.

(A) Only I and II follow
(B) Only II and III follow
(C) Only I and III follow
(D) All follow
(E) None of these

DESCRIPTIVE : The Descriptive part was a one hour test comprising of 50 marks which were divided into various questions as follows: 

1. Write a 400 word essay on any of the following: 

Options included topics like Gender Violence , Women Empowerment.

2. Answer questions based on a passage. 

3. Write a letter to the Manager of the local transport authority informing him about frequent breakdown of buses during the peak hours and consequent trouble faced by the commuters. 

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Vacancy in Axis Bank Southern Zone

Axis Bank has come out with the following openings for all of its branches across the Southern states of Tamilnadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

For Branch Banking :
1.      Assistant Vice President (Post code : BO/SZ/AVP), At least 9-10 years experience in a decision making position in a reputed bank.
2.      Manager (Job Code : BO/SZ/MN), minimum 6 years of relevant experience in a reputed bank.
3.      Deputy Manager (Job Code : BO/SZ/DM), 3-4 years of relevant experience in a reputed bank.
4.      Executive (Job Code : BO/SZ/EXE), 3-4 years of relevant experience in a reputed bank. Those with experience in the financial sector will be preferred. Fresh Graduates/ MBAs/CAs/ ICWAs from reputed colleges can also apply.

For Specialised Functions :
1.      Assistant Vice President/ Manager/ Deputy Managers (SME Segment) (Job Code : CR/SZ/SME), You role envisages business development in the SME Segment with emphasis on fee-based income. You should have working experience in the area of credit appraisal/ sanction/ supervision/ follow up and recovery. 3-10 years of relevant experience as an officer in the reputed bank/financial institution is essential. CAs and MBAs from leading Business School will be given preference.
2.      Managers/ Deputy Managers (Corporate Banking Operation) (Job Code : SZ/CBO), You should have 2-6 years of experience in the area of corporate credit including sanction/ documentation/ supervision and follow-up/ recovery. CAs, MBAs from leading business schools and candidate with prior experience in the relevant field will be given preference.
3.      Managers/ Deputy Managers/ Executives (Credit Agriculture Officers) (Job Code : CR/SZ/AO), Your role envisages business development relating to the Agri-business segment. You should be fully conversant with all aspects of agriculture financing and highly skilled in the area of sourcing/ appraising and monitoring agriculture related credit proposals. 1-6 years of relevant experience as an officer in a reputed bank / financial institution.
4.      Managers/ Deputy Managers / Executives (Foerign Exchange) (Job Code : SZ/FX), You hsould have at least 1-6 years of experience in the area of International Trade Finance i.e. exports, imports and regulatory issues.
5.      Managers/ Deputy Managers / Executives (Banking Business) (Job Code : SZ/BB), You will be responsible for marketing and sales of Current Account, Cash Management Services - Payments/ Collection, and other related products to SMEs, large Corporate and Institution. You will also be responsible for sourcing of business from Central/ State Government Departments and Undertakings. 1-6 years of experience in related field is essential. MBAs from leading B-Schools with relevant experience shall be prefered.
6.      Deputy Managers / Executives (NRI) (Job Code : SZ/NRI), You will be responsible for building new relationship with NRI by making our basket of value added products & services available to them. You would also be responsible for deepening of existing NRI relationship by providing them with personalised services. 1-6 years of experience in sales & marketing in the Banking/Financial Services sector is essential. Experience in the BRI segment of a bank would be an added advantage.
7.      Managers/ Deputy Managers / Executives (Investment Advisory Services) (Job Code : SZ/IA), You will be required to sell mutual funds, bonds and other investment products to customers with the objective of augmenting their wealth by suggesting good investment option based on the risk profile of the customer. 1-6 years of relevant experience is essential. You must be AMFI certified. Candidates with MBA degree or currently persuing MBA from a reputed institution will be preferred.
8.      Managers/ Deputy Managers / Executives as Relationship Managers (Retail Banking Products) (Job Code : SZ/RB), Your role envisages business development in the Bank's retail liability products like Priority Banking, Senior Privilage, Smart Privilage, Salary Relations and Trus business. You will be expected to adopt various marketing strategies, sales initiatives with clearly quantified measurable tragets. You shall be primarily responsible for building new relationship and also for deepening and servicing of existing relationship. 1-6 years of relevant experience is essential. MBAs from leading B-Schools would be preferred.
9.      Business Development Executives (Job Code : SZ/BDE), Your role will be to promote sales of saving accounts, current accounts, term deposits, debit cards, fullfilling account opening requirements, reaching out to high net-worth individuals and providing home banking services. Ideally you should have your own means of conveyance in order to be mobile. Knowledge of local/regional language in addition to English is essential.
10.  Deputy Manager/ Executive for Projects (Job Code : PROJ/CO), Responsibility involve completion of projects within stipulated time frame and maintenance of existing branches/ offices alongwith negotionation/ coordination with architects/ contracts/ vendors to ensure execution of work as per desired specifications at very competitive rates. You should be BE (Civil) or B.Arch. with 1-5 years of exeprience in the area of execution and project managment of commercial interior works projects. , Locations : Hyderabad , Bangalore and Coimbatore.

Candidates should fulfill the following age criteria for different grades

1.      Assistant Vice President - within 40 years
2.      Manager - within 35 years
3.      Deputy Manager - within 30 years
4.      Executive - within 26 years
5.      Business Development Executive - within 26 years
The minimum educational qualification for the above positions (other than for Deputy Manager/ Executive for Projects) is Graduation in any faculty from a recognised university. A good academic reocrd and computer literacy is essential in all cases.
Salary and perquisites will match the best in the industry.

How to Apply : you may send your resume within 10 days to the following address superscribing your application and envelop with the job code.

The Vice President (Human Resources), Axis Bank Ltd., Southern Zonal Office, 3rd Floor, No. 82, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, Mylapore, Chennai - 600004

Altenatively, you may log on to our Axis Bank website and post your resume or you may email your resume to
(b) for the post of Deputy Manager/ Executive for Projects, you may send your resume with in 10 days to the following address superscribing your application and envelope with the job code.

The Senior Vice President (Human Resources), Axis Bank Ltd., Marker Towers, E Wing, 6th Floor, Cuff Parade, Colaba, Mumbai - 400005

All applications must contain job code, date of birth, educational qualifications, percentage of marks obtained, name of university, year of passing, contact details, name of current employer and present designation.

Thursday, March 19, 2009


Applications are invited for the Post of Probationary Officers  (Scale-I) in Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank (KVGB)

Important Details : 

  • Post                   : Probationary Officers
  • Vacancies           : 39 Posts(Gen-20,OBC-10,SC-6,ST-3)
  • Pay Scale           : Rs 10,000-18,240/-
  • Age                   : 18-26 years (Relaxation as per rules)
  • Application Fees : Rs 50/- for SC/ST and Rs. 200/- for                                  all others.

Dates : 

  • Last Date to Apply     : 11/04/09
  • Date of Written Exam : 24/05/09

How To Apply : 

Monday, March 16, 2009

Rewa Sidhi Gramin Bank Recruitment - 2009

Rewa Sidhi Gramin Bank invites applications from Indian citizens for the following posts : 

  • Law Officer    : 01 Posts (Gen)
  • Computer Officer   : 03 Posts (Gen)
  • Marketing Officer  : 03 Posts (Gen)
  • Treasury Officer     : 01 Posts (Gen)
  • Secretary to the Board   : 01 Posts (Gen)
  • H.R.M. Specialist   : 01 Posts (Gen)
  • Officers (Routine)  : 24 Posts(Gen-8,OBC-9,SC-5,ST-2)
  • Clerks Cum Cashier   : 24 Posts(Gen-12,OBC-7,SC-3,ST-2)

Pay Scale:  

  • Officers  : Rs. 10000-18240/-
  • Clerical Cadre  : Rs.  4410- 13210/-

Dates : 

Last Date for receipt of Application  : 15/04/09  

Date of Written Exam (Officers)   : 07/06/09
Date of Written Exam (Clerical Cadre)  : 14/06/09

How to Apply : 

Sunday, March 15, 2009


United Nations

 Ban Ki-Moon—General-Secretary, UNO
 Koichiro Matsuura—Director-General, UNESCO
 Margaret Chan—Director-General, WHO
 Juan Somavia—Director-General, ILO
 Jacques Diouf—Director-General, FAO
 Anders Liden—President, UNICEF
 Hamadoun Toure—General-Secretary, ITU
 Edouard Dayan—General-Secretary, UPU
 Rosalyn Higgins—President, International Court of Justice
 Mohammed El Baradei—General-Secretary, IAEA

Heads of International Organizations

 Kamlesh Sharma—General-Secretary, Commonwealth of Nations
 Dr. Sheel Kant Sharma—General-Secretary, SAARC
 Pascal Lamy—Director-General, WTO
 Jaap de Hoop Scheffer—General-Secretary, NATO
 Bolat Kabdylkhamitovich Nurgaliev—General-Secretary, Shanghai Cooperation Organization
 Dr. Surin Pitsuwan—General-Secretary, ASEAN
 Abdalla Salem El-Badri—General-Secretary, OPEC
 Amr Moussa—General-Secretary, Arab League 

Heads of International Financial Organizations

 Dominque Strauss-Kahn—Managing Director, IMF
 Robert Zoellick—President, World Bank
 Haruhiko Kuroda—President, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
 Angel Gurria—Secretary-General Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Heads of Important Indian Government Offices

 Smt. Pratibha Patil—President
 Dr. Manmohan Singh—Prime Minister
 Mohammad Hamid Ansari—Vice-President (Chairman Rajya Sabha)
 A. K. Antony—Defence Minister
 Pranab Mukherjee—External Affairs Minister
 Shivraj V. Patil—Home Affairs Minister
 Lalu Prasad Yadav—Railways Minister
 Arjun Singh—Human Resource Development Minister
 P. Chidambaram—Finance Minister

Heads of Important Industry and Trade Organization

 Rajeev Chandrashekhar—Chairman, FICCI
 Sunil Bharati Mittal—Chairman, CII
 Venugopal N. Dhoot—President, ASSOCHAM
 L. K. Malhotra—President, PHDCCI
 Genesh Natarajan—Chairman, NASSCOM
 Prasanna Kumar Misra—Chairman, CBDT
 P. J. Jha—Chairman, CBEC
 C. Rangarajan—Chairman, Economic Advisory Council
 S. Sridhar—Chairman and MD, National Housing Bank

Chairman/Chairpersons of Important Commissions

 Dr. Manmohan Singh—Chairman, Planning Commission
 Girija Vyas—Chairperson, National Commission for Women
 Sompal Singh Shastri—Chairman, National Commission on Farmers
 Dr. Buta Singh—Chairman, National Schedule Caste Commission
 M. B. Shah—President, NCDRC
 Ratan Tata—Chairman, Investment Commission
 Mohammad Shafi Qureshi—Chairman, Minority Commission
 Subir Dutta—Chairman, UPSC
 Prof. Suresh Tendulkar—Chairman, National Statistical Commission.
 Prof. Sukhdeo Thorat—Chairman, University Grants Commission
 S. Rajendra Babu—Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission
 Bhupendra Kumar Rathi—Chairman, Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practice Commission (MRTPC)

Heads of Important Companies

 Sarthak Behuria—Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation
 Radhe Shyam Sharma—Chairman and MD, ONGC
 S. K. Roongta—Chairman, Steel Authority of India Ltd.
 Keshab Mahindra—Chairman, Mahindra and Mahindra
 Sunil Bharati Mittal—Chairman and MD, Bharati Airtel
 C. Y. Pal—Chairman, Cadbury India Ltd.
 Harish Manwani—Chairman, Hindustan Lever Limited
 K. K. Patel—Chairman, Nirma Group
 Azim Premji—Chairman and CEO, WIPRO
 Anil Ambani—Chairman, Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group

Heads of Indian Financial Organizations

 O. P. Bhatt—Chairman, State Bank of India (SBI)
 P. J. Nayak—Chairman and CEO, AXIS Bank (UTI Bank)
 Dr. K. C. Banerjee—Chairman and MD, Punjab National Bank (PNB)
 C. B. Bhave—Chairman, SEBI
 T. S. Vijayan—Chairman, LIC
 Y. V. Reddy—Governor, RBI
 V. Ramaswamy—Chairman and MD, National Insurance Company Ltd.
 G. Srinivasan—Chairman and MD, United India Insurance Company Ltd.
 Yogesh Lohia—Chairman and MD, General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC)

Indian Ambassador/High Commissioner in Different Countries

 Ronen Sen—Ambassdor, USA
 Sujata Singh—High Commissioner, Australia
 Talmiz Ahmad—Ambassador, UAE
 Meera Shankar—Ambassador, Germany (Berlin)
 Nirupma Rao—Ambassador, China
 Alok Prasad Singh—High Commissioner, Sri Lanka
 K. P. Ernest—High Commissioner, New Zealand (Wellington)
 Navrekha Sharma—Ambassador, Indonesia
 Ranjan Mathai—Ambassador, France

Heads of Indian Judiciary

 Justice K. G. Balakrishnan—Chief Justice of India
 Milan Kumar Banerjee—Attorney General of India
 Justice Ashok Agrawal—Chairman, Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT)
 Goolam E. Vahanvati—Solicitor General of India
 Vikas Singh—Additional Solicitor General of India

Heads of Indian Armed Forces

 Smt. Pratibha Patil—Supreme Commander (President)
 Gen. Deepak Kapoor—Chief of the Army Staff
 Admiral Sureesh Mehta—Chief of the Naval Staff
 Fali H. Major—Chief of the Air Staff
 Vijay Shankar—Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Forces Command
 Raman Puri—Chief of Integrated Defence Staff

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