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Jobs for Retired Bank Managers in Central Bank of India

Central Bank of India
Recruitment & Promotion Division, Human Resources Dept.
17th Floor, Chandermukhi, Nariman Point, Mumbai

Recruitment of In-charges for RSETIs (Rural Self Employment Training Institutes) and FLCCs (Financial Literacy cum Counseling Centres) on Contract basis - 2010
Jobs in Central Bank of India
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Central Bank of India, a leading Public Sector Bank, with Pan India Branch Network of more than 3617 branches, with total business of more than 262120 Crores and driven by talented work force of 34000 + employees, is looking for retired bank officers in scale III and above, having experience of working in any public sector bank/SBI/RBI (i.e. our Bank/any other Public Sector Bank/State Bank of India/Reserve Bank of India) and with relevant expertise, for recruitment on contract as Incharges for its RSETIs and FLCCs already opened and to be opened.

Incharge of RSETI and Incharge of FLCC
Age: Less than 65 years
Qualification Essential: i) Graduate / Post Graduate degree from a UGC recognized University
Experience Essential: i) Candidate should have retired on VRS or on attaining superannuation with minimum 20 years of service of which atleast 15 years in Officer Cadre.
 ii)He should have worked as Branch Manager in any scale in a rural branch for atleast 3 years.
iii) He should possess satisfactory service certificate from the previous employer.
iv) Should be well conversant with the local language.
Contract Amount and Other Travelling Expenses: The contract amount shall be fixed as the last pay and allowances drawn by the officer less the amount of pension to be drawn/being drawn by him/her OR ` 30,000/- per month ,which ever is less.
Reimbursement of TA/DA for traveling as per requirement of the post shall be made as per the scale /grade in which he was working at the time of his superannuation. No other allowances/reimbursement of expenses will be admissible.

Important: Last Date of Receipt of Applications:15/11/2010

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