Exim Bank recruitment 2016 – The Special Recruitment Drive for Persons with Disabilities Export-Import Bank of India. The recruitment location will be in maximum branches for Exim Bank. The application form (notice) invites the eligible candidate from all over India. The candidates can apply for using the application form for the posts of Deputy Manager/JM I.
The Exim Bank is one of the leading banks in India; mainly traders’ use this bank and the recruitment of Deputy Manager/JM I 2016 is now available as under. The education qualification, age limit, experience for this Bank Job in given below. The recruitment notification has invited for 17 offices in India, which are Bangalore, Ahmedabad, and Pune.
Exim Bank Recruitment 2016
The number of positions is five posts, and these posts are Deputy Manager and JM I. The candidates who visually handicapped and Hearing Handicapped can fill this application form.
Vacancy Details – as we mentioned five positions available for this recruitment notification of Exim Bank and 02 posts for Hearing Handicapped and 03 posts for Visually Handicapped.
Eligibility Criteria for Exim Bank Recruitment 2016
Education Qualification – Post-Graduate with minimum 50 percent aggregate marks in Graduation and Post-Graduation in Commerce, Economics, Management, and Finance from a recognized university and should also be conversant in the computer with an ability to adapt to changing technology. The course should be of full-time duration.
Experience with Exim Bank – The candidate should have work experience with minimum one year, in Scale-1 or equivalent in banks, financial institutions or any organization of repute. The experience of secretarial functions will not be considered relevant.
Application form of Exim Bank Recruitment 2016
Application Form – All candidates can apply using the prescribed format of application form. The application form download using the link mentioned below. If you have any question regarding this recruitment, then you must comment below.
Last date of application form – 27 January 2016