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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Bank of India (BOI) faculty member & office Assistant Recruitment 2015: Apply before 24th July

Bank of India Recruitment 2015

Bank of India, RAIGAD Zone invites application form through its latest Notification from the Indian born eligible candidates for filling up the post of RSETI faculty and office Assistant at RSETI Raigad on purely contractual basis and the brief Notification regarding this has also been available on to the official website. So those candidates who are interested to apply must fill up all the mandatory details and submit the same on or before the closing date. The more details related to the recruitment is as

Last date to apply- 24th July 2015

Post Name-

A) Faculty Member- 2

Educational Qualification- Graduate , Dip in vocational courses and preferably be resident of District where RSETI is located.

Age Limit- Min 25 years and Max.- 65 years

Experience- 2 yrs as in house Faculty or visiting faculty and possess good knowledge in computer. 

Monthly Remuneration- Rs 20000/- 

B) office Assistant- 1

Educational Qualification- Graduate with basic knowledge of accounts and preferably be resident of District where RSETI is located.

Age Limit- Min 18 years and Max.- 45 years

Monthly Remuneration- Rs 15000/-

How to apply- Candidates are necessarily required to click the bank official website and then fill the prescribed application form and send it to the Bank of India , Raigad zonal office, C/o Meera Madhav building, opp. Bus stand, Alibag, Dist- Raigad 402201.

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