MSC Bank is Hiring a Clerk

MSC Bank is Hiring a Clerk

Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank

MSC Bank is Hiring a Clerk. It has a vacancy of 164 posts. B. E/B. Tech/Graduates/Post Graduates candidates can apply before 16th February 2020. The selection process will be based on Online Test and Interview.  Any changes in the number of Vacancies will be informed on the official site. Stay Connected to the website for Exam Date, Admit Card, Answer Key. For detail information about Salary/Qualification/Criteria/Eligibility, you can go through this page.

Eligibility Criteria For a Clerk

Name of the Post Qualification Age Limit
Clerk The candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any stream from a recognized university 21-28 Years
Junior Officer B.E/B. Tech in IT field can apply for this post 35-40 Years
Joint Manager The candidate must have a B.E/B. Tech in Computer field 35-40 Years
Officer The candidate must have a Post Graduate degree in any stream 35-40 Years

Application Fees For a Clerk

For Officer Grade Gen/OBC/SBC/EWS                1770/-
For SC/ST/VJ-A/NT-B-C-D/PWD                885/-

For Clerical

For General/OBC/SBC/EWS/SEBC               1180/-
For SC/ST/VJ-A/NT-B-C-D/PWD                590/-

Pay Scale For a Clerk

Post Name No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
Clerk (Trainee) 103 30,000/-
Junior Officer 12 45,000/-
Joint Manager 02 70,000/-
Officer 47 60,000/-

Important Dates for a Clerk

Last Date of Application 16th March 2020

 Important Links For a Clerk

For Detail Information visit at
Official Website

Also, Check

Interested Candidates can send their required and self-attested documents to The Manager, HRD&M, The Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd., Mumbai Sir Vithaldas Thackersey Smruti Bhavan, 9, Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce Lane, Fort, Mumbai 400001,

Last Date of Application:-16th March 2020

Job Location: – Maharashtra

About Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank

The co-operative movement in India traces its origin to a period as early as 1904 when the Co-operative Credit Societies Act was enacted. As far as the co-operative sector is concerned, Maharashtra is the most developed state in the country. There is hardly any village in the state which remains untouched by the co-operative movement and hardly any important economic activity that is not covered under a co-operative fold. The co-operative movement in Maharashtra is nourished by a three-tier co-operative credit structure, at the helm of which is The Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank Limited (MSCB).

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