Bank of Maharashtra Jobs 2012

Banking careers are one of the largely sought after job for investment professionals as it puts in a lot of worth to ones resume and offers a superior pay scale. Persons seeking jobs in this diligence must be attentive of the diverse entrance exams that take place every now and then. These examinations are for different levels like provisional officers, clerical staff and assistant managers. Bank of Maharashtra is one of the reputable banks in India that provides a great opportunity for people willing to pursue a career in banking through bank of Maharashtra recruitment 2012 procedure. The bank is listed to conduct its examination for the employment of provisional officers from November, 2012. When you apply for the exam, a hall ticket including your roll number, venue and date of the exam is sent to your home.

Besides the probationary officers posts there are several other posts for which you can apply by giving the entrance exam. There are a lot of vacancies in these posts including the clerical staff posts too. The number of vacancies is more than 250 for the state of Maharashtra which includes more than 150 vacancies for the general category people. A total of more than 530 seats are available in the bank for the posts of the clerical staff out of which roughly 300 are meant for the general category people. The number of vacancies available for the north-east states is quite few as compared with the other states. You may get complete information about the number of state wise vacancies and different posts from the official website of the Bank of Maharashtra.

The reservations in vacancies are maintained as per the regulations defined by the government of India. However, the number of vacancies is provisional and may change as per the needs of the bank. A person cannot send more than one application. If any candidate sends more than one application, it will be rejected. Bank conducts written exam after which it releases the cut-off marks for the qualified candidates. The people who score marks more than the given cut-off are called for a personal interview with the bank officers. The candidate must also ensure that he/she fulfils the criteria for the mentioned post before appearing for the interview. If the candidate does not have the passing certificate, then he/she must show the provisional certificate from the college/university. The candidates who fail to do so are not permitted to sit in the interview and the further recruitment procedures and are rejected immediately. A person may submit the application fee of the exam through his/her credit or debit card online on the bank’s website or may send it through post. The application forms are also available online or in the branches of the bank.

For the post of PO’s more 450 vacancies are available all over India. The entrance exam for PO is slightly more complicated than the clerical staff. It includes logical reasoning, English, aptitude, general knowledge, computer, etc. The interview for this post is obviously tough to clear. But the PO’s get more benefits financially in comparison with the clerical staff. Besides these, the posts for the part time sub staff are also available which includes the jobs of peon and other helping staffs.