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Bank of Baroda - Manipal PO Recruitment For Year 2015

Dear followers, Bank of Baroda has issued the notification for Bank of Baroda Manipal school of banking program for the Post of Probationary Officer 2015-16.


Baroda Manipal School of Banking (BMSB) is setup jointly by Bank of Baroda (BOB) & Manipal Institure to select candidates, train them in the field of banking & make them ready for bank jobs. On successful completion of training they will be absorbed by BOB as Probationary officers. BMSB has issued the notification opening up admissions for the year 2015-16.


Exam Pattern:

    Type
    Sr. No.
    Name of the Test
    No. of Qs.
    Max. Marks
    Composite Time
    Objective
    (Online)
    1
    Reasoning
    50
    50

    2 hours
    2
    Quantitative Aptitude
    50
    50
    3
    English Language
    50
    50
    4
    General Awareness(with special reference to Banking Industry)
    50
    50

Important Dates:



Schedule of Events

Dates
Start date for Online Registration
03.03.2015
Online Payment of Application Fees
03.03.2015 to 17.03.2015
Last date for Online Registration
17.03.2015
Download of Call letter for Examination
From 07.04.2015
Date of Examination (Tentative)
18.04.2015


In total, 1200 vacancies are being offered for Baroda manipal school of banking PO recruitment process. The 1st batch is scheduled to begin during the month of June 2015.

Eligibility:
  • Age (As on 16.07.2014) Minimum- 20 years & Maximum- 28 years
  • Education Qualification: Qualification (As on 1.06.2015) – Degree (Graduation) with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in any discipline from a recognized University OR any equivalent qualification as such recognized by Central Government.

Application Fees:

  • For General & OBC - Rs 600
  • For SC/ST/PWD - Rs 100

Training Cost:

  • After selection, all candidates will be admitted into 1 year residential PG diploma course in banking that costs Rs.3.45 lacs which would be provided by Bank of Baroda as loan.
  • During the training period, students will be paid Rs.2500 during classroom training & Rs.10000 during internship as monthly stipend.  
  • The EMI for this loan amount shall be deducted automatically from your salary (after joining bob) every month for 7 years.
  • After an officer completes 5 years in bank, the loan of Rs. 3.45 lakhs is paid back.

 Bond Period: 
All appointed candidates should execute a service bond agreeing to serve the bank for minimum 2 years.

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