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NABARD Recruitment 2015

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) recruitment to the post of Assistant Manager in Grade 'A' (RDBS) / (Rajbhasha) (Legal) / (Protocol & Security Service) and Manager in Grade 'B' (RDBS). Online Registration start from 24th December 2014 and end on 15th January 2015.


Name of Post
No of Vacancies
Assistant Managers (Grade 'A' ) in Rural Development Banking Service (RDBS)
100
Assistant Managers (Grade 'A' ) in Rajbhasha Service
09
Assistant Managers (Grade 'A' ) in Legal Service
03
Assistant Managers (Grade 'A' ) in Protocol and Security Service
10
Managers (Grade 'B' ) in Rural Development Banking Service (RDBS)
06

Age Limit: (as on 30/11/2014)
For Asst. Manager in Grade 'A' & Manager in Grade 'B'-> Between 21 to 30 years (candidates born not earlier than 01 December 1984 and not later than 30 November 1993 are eligible to apply). 
For Asst. Manager in Grade 'A' in Protocol and Security Service -> Between 25 and 40 Years (candidates born not earlier than 01 December 1974 and not later than 30 November 1989 are eligible to apply).

Educational Qualifications:

Assistant Manager in Grade 'A' (RDBS) -

(a) A Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% marks or an equivalent grade, in aggregate of all semesters / years (OR) 
(b) Master's degree with a minimum of 50% marks or an equivalent grade, in aggregate of all semesters / years (OR)
 
(c) A Doctorate Degree (OR)
 
(d) Chartered / Cost Accountants / Company Secretary (ACS) with a Bachelor's Degree (OR)
 
(e) PG Diploma in Management / MBA Qualification from institutions recognised by Gol / UGC, with Graduation / Bachelor's Degree.

Assistant Manager in Grade 'A' (Rajbhasha) -

(a) Second Class Master's Degree in Hindi/Hindi Translation, with English as one of the subjects at Bachelor's Degree level; OR (ii) Second Class Master's Degree in English with Hindi as one of the subjects at Bachelor's Degree level; OR (iii) Second Class Master's Degree in Sanskrit / Economics / Commerce with English and Hindi as subjects at Bachelor's Degree level. (In lieu of a subject of Hindi at Bachelor's Degree level, one may have recognized Hindi qualification equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree); OR (iv) Master's Degree in both English and Hindi/Hindi Translation, of which one must be Second Class. 
(b) Experience - At least three years' experience (02 years for SC/ST) in coining of Glossary or English to Hindi translation and vice versa in any National or State Level Weekly/ Newspaper or any Government/Semi-Government Office or any autonomous body/undertaking etc.

Assistant Manager in Grade 'A' (Legal Service) -

Bachelor's Degree in Law recognized by the Bar Council of India for the purpose of enrolment as an Advocate with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent in the aggregate of all semesters/years OR LLM degree with a minimum of 45% or equivalent in the aggregate of all semesters/years.

Asst. Manager in Grade 'A' (Protocol & Security Service) ->

(a) Job Requirements - He / She will be responsible for (i) Watch and Ward arrangements as to internal security, passages, entry and exit points, surveillance through CCTV, monitoring, recording etc. in the Bank's Office Buildings, (ii) Protocol duties, (iii) 
Maintenance/Security of Bank's properties and (iv) Control over the staff deployed for the purpose.
 
(b) Experience - He/She should be an Officer with a minimum of five years' of Commissioned Service in the Army/Navy/Air Force.

Manager in Grade 'B' (RDBS) -

(a) A first class Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 60% marks or an equivalent grade, in aggregate of all semesters / years (OR) 
(b)  A second class master's degree with a minimum of 55% marks or an equivalent grade, in aggregate of all semesters / years (OR)
 
(c) A Doctorate Degree with a minimum of 50% marks or an equivalent grade, in aggregate of all semesters/years in Master's Degree.
 
(d) Chartered / Cost Accountants / Company Secretary (ACS) with a Bachelor's Degree.
 
(e) PG Diploma in Management / MBA Qualification from institutions recognised by GoI / UGC, with Graduation / Bachelor's Degree.

Selection Process: 

Preliminary Examination (Online Exam),  Main Examination (Descriptive) and Interview

Application Fee:
 Rs.650/- + Rs.100 (Intimation Charge) for all Grade 'A' Posts; Rs.750/- + Rs.100 (Intimation Charge) for Grade B Posts. Only Intimation charge (Rs.100/-) for SC/ ST/ PWD Category Candidates.


How To Apply: Eligible applicants are required to apply online through NABARD website on or before 15/01/2015.

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