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Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Central Bank of India Specialist Category Officers Recruitment Jobs Vacancy
Central Bank of India
Recruitment of Specialist Category Officers - 2010-11.
IMPORTANT: LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS - 29.03.2011
Central Bank of India, a leading Public Sector Bank, with Pan India Branch Network of more than 3656 branches, with total business of more than 275453 Crores and driven by talented work force of 34000 + employees, is looking for a Professionally Qualified and Talented Officers as under:
1) Senior Manager (Detective)
2) Defence Banking Advisor (Navy)
3) Fraud Investigation Officer
4) Business Development Officer
5) Faculty Member
7) Civil Engineer
8) Electrical Engineer
The eligible candidates will be called for personal interview and the decision of the bank in this regard shall be final.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
Eligible candidates have to submit their applications in the given format (Annexure A). Last date for receipt of application is 29.03.2011. No applications shall be entertained beyond the stipulated date. Incomplete applications will be rejected. Completed application should be sent in a closed envelope, Superscribing “Application for the post of ----------------------------------”
General Manager- HRD,
Central Bank of India,
Chander Mukhi, 17th floor,
Mumbai- 400 021
Application fee is Rs.1000/- payable for each post separately by way of Demand Draft drawn on any Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favour of “Central Bank of India- Recruitment of Specialist Officers-2010-11” and payable at Mumbai .Fees once deposited will not be refunded.
About Central bank of India
Central bank of India is one of 18 Public Sector banks in India to get recapitalisation finance from the government over the next 24 months. The infusion of fund will improve the financial health of the banks as their capital adequacy ratio (CAR) will be raised more than desired level of 12 percent. The increase in CAR of the banks will also enable them to lend more money. The CAR of Central Bank of India was less than 12 percent as on 30 June 2006.
The wholly-owned public sector bank, based in Mumbai, will convert an amount of Rs. 800 crore out of its Rs. 1,124.14-crore total equity capital into perpetual non-cumulative preference shares.The preference shares would carry an annual floating coupon rate of eight per cent, which would be benchmarked to 100 basis points above the repo rate. It will shore up the balance-sheet of the bank and enable it to raise capital from the markets.
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