Sunday, August 22, 2010

Recriutment Of Officers In Catholic Syrian Bank in Scale I & II

Direct Recruitment in Scale I & II

Applications are invited from eligible Indian citizens for appointment as officers in Scale-I & II (Assistant Managers & Managers) for our branches.

Last Date for Receipt of Application: 31st August 2010 - Apply Online

A. Eligibility

Post Code
Educational Qualification
Upper age limit
Relaxation for SC/ST Candidates
Number of vacancies
Chartered Accountants
Pass in the final examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
30 years as on 31.08.2010
5 years
Cost Accountants
Pass in the final examination of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India
30 years as on 31.08.2010
5 years
Company Secretary
Member of the institute of Company Secretaries of India
30 years as on 31.08.2010
5 years
Post Graduate Degree/ Diploma in Business Administration with 60% marks from a recognized Indian University/approved institute. Due weightage will be given for candidates who have acquired degree with specialization in finance.(The course should be with a minimum 2 years full time duration)
25 years as on 31.08.2010
5 Years
Law Officer
LLB with 50% marks
30 years as on 31.08.2010
5 Years

B. Experience

2 years experience as an advocate in any of the courts for law officers.

C. Selection Procedure

Candidates fulfilling the eligibility conditions will have to appear for an interview. Candidates called for the interview will be reimbursed with their actual travelling expenses or IIl A/C train fare (whichever is less), on production of necessary proof.

D. Emoluments

Selected candidates will be placed on probation for a period of one year. Bank reserves the right to extend the period of probation for any further period/s or to terminate the service even during the period of probation without any notice and without assigning any reason whatsoever. During the period of probation, they will be eligible for emoluments depending on the place of posting, applicable to officers of the Bank in junior management grade (Scale-I) or middle management grade (Scale-II) depending on their calibre and exposure. They will be placed on pay scale applicable to the grade viz., Scale-I : 14500 – 600/7 – 18700 – 700/2 – 20100 – 800/7 – 25700 // Scale-II : 19400 – 700/1 – 20100 – 800/10 – 28100. At the present rate of DA, starting total emoluments would be around Rs.21000/- pm for Scale-I and Rs.27000/- pm for Scale-II. Perquisites as HRA/reimbursement of rent, allowance for fuel, etc shall be according to place of posting and shall be paid extra.

On successful completion of probation period they will be appointed in Junior Management Grade (Scale-I) or Middle Management Grade (Scale-II), as the case may be, of the Bank. According to market perception, package of a JMG Scale-l officer works out to Rs.4.50 lakhs per annum and MMG Scale-ll officer works out to Rs.5.50 lakhs per annum on CTC basis in Mumbai.

E. Other Conditions

1. Selected candidates may be required to work at branches/offices of the Bank anywhere in India.

2. Reservation for SC/ST candidates as per guidelines of Government of India/RBI.

3. Application as per the format given on our website should be submitted online. No other mode of application will be accepted.

4. Last date for receipt of application is 31.08.2010.

5. Only Indian nationals need apply.

6. Applications which are incomplete and those received after the last date are liable to be rejected with out any notice or intimation.

7. In the event of the particulars furnished in the Application being false/ fabricated, the candidature of the applicant will be cancelled forthwith.

8. Canvassing in any form will be a disqualification.

9. The jurisdiction for any legal action in respect of this recruitment will be at Thrissur, Kerala.

10. Mere eligibility will not vest any right upon the candidates for being called for the interview. The decision of the Bank in all matters regarding eligibility, interview and selection will be final and no correspondence will be entertained in this regard.

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