(Sponsored by Govt. of India, Govt. of Maharashtra and Bank of Maharashtra)
Head Office, Shivajinagar,
Applications are Invited for Appointment as Officer Middle Management Grade Scale-II, Officer Junior Management Grade Scale-I - Group “A” & Office Assistant (Multi Purpose) - Group-“ B”
STARTING DATE OF ONLINE REGISTRATION : 16-03-2011
LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF ON-LINE APPLICATION (Including Far Flung Areas)
DATE OF WRITTEN EXAMINATION:
1) OFFICER MMG SCALE-II– GROUP “A’
Proposed date of Written Examination: 12-06-2011
2) OFFICER JMG SCALE-I – GROUP-“A”
Proposed date of Written Examination: 12-06-2011
3) OFFICE ASSISTANTS (MULTIPURPOSE) - GROUP-“B”
Proposed date of Written Examination: 05-06-2011
DETAILS OF VACANCIES :
1) Officer MMG Scale-II
Post Code: 01
Total Number of posts: 09
2) Officer JMG Scale-I
Post Code: 02
Total Number of posts: 72
3) Office Assistants (Multipurpose)
Post Code: 03
Total Number of posts: 67
NOTE: - The number of vacancies as also the number of reserved vacancies are provisional and may vary according to the actual requirement of the Bank.
PAY SCALE & EMOLUMENTS:
Officer MMG Scale-II : 19400/700/1-20100-800/10- 28100
Officer JMG Scale-I : 14500 - 600/7-18700-700/2-20100-800/7-25700
Office Assistants : 7200-400/3-8400-500/3-9900-600/4-12300-700/7-17200-1300/1-18500-800/1-19300
Officer MMG Scale-II: At present the total starting emolument are approx. Rs. 29623/- per month inclusive of DA & HRA at the current rate.
Officer JMG Scale-I: At present the total starting emolument are approx. Rs. 22141/- per month inclusive of DA & HRA at the current rate.
Office Assistant (Multipurpose): At present the total starting emolument are approx. Rs. 12200/- per month inclusive of DA & HRA at the current rate.
NOTE: Other allowances & perquisites will be admissible as per the rules of the Bank.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :
(A) Nationality / Citizenship:
For Officer MMG Scale II & JMG Scale- I (Post Code No. 01 & 02). Candidate must be Indian citizen.
For Office Assistant (Multipurpose) (Post Code No. 03) Candidate must be Indian citizen.
Candidate must be domicile of Maharashtra.
AGE: ( As on 16.03.2011)
1) Post Code 01 - Officer Scale- II : Above 21 years but below 32 years
2) Post Code 02 - Officer Scale- I : Above 18 years but below 28 years.
3) Post Code 03 - Office Assistant : Between 18 years & 28 years.
Relaxation as per rules.
APPLICATION FEE (FOR POST CODE 01, 02 & 03) INCLUDING POSTAL CHARGES : (NON- REFUNDABLE)
APPLICATION FEE (FOR POST CODE 01, 02 & 03) (NON-REFUNDABLE) :
For SC/ST/Person with Disability candidates
: 50/- for each post (Postal charges)
For all others
: 400/- for each post (Including postal charges)
NAME OF CENTRES AND CENTRE CODES
The written test will be scheduled at the following centres and the address of the venue will be advised in the call letter. List of written test centers with the centre codes is given below :
1) Nanded Centre Code: 11
2) Aurangabad Centre Code: 12
3) Thane Centre Code: 13
HOW TO APPLY
1. All eligible candidates should apply on-line through the link provided to our website www.mahagramin.in in the prescribed format from 16-03-2011 to 05-04-2011 Please note that the last date for submission of on-line application is 05-04-2011
LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS ONLINE : POST CODE-01, 02 & 03 Applications should be submitted on-line on or after 16-03-2011 but in all cases on or before 05-04-2011.
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About MAHARASHTRA GRAMIN BANK
Regional Rural Banks have been in existence for around three decades in the Indian financial scene. With joint share holding by Central Government, the concerned State Government and the sponsoring bank, an effort was made to integrate commercial banking within the broad policy thrust towards social banking keeping in view the local peculiarities.
The Narsimham committee conceptualised the creation of RRBs in 1975 as a new set of regionally oriented rural banks, which would combine the local feel and familiarity of rural problems characteristic of cooperatives with the professionalism and large resource base of commercial banks. Subsequently, the RRBs were set up through the promulgation of RRB Act1 of 1976. The equity is held by the Central Government, concerned State Government and the Sponsor Bank in the proportion of 50:15:35.
RRBs were established “with a view to developing the rural economy by providing, for the purpose of development of agriculture, trade, commerce, industry and other productive activities in the rural areas, credit and other facilities, particularly to small and marginal farmers, agricultural labourers, artisans and small entrepreneurs, and for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto”(RRBs Act, 1976).
Amalgamation of RRBs under Section 23-A is done by Central Government in consultation with NABARD, State Government and the Sponsor Bank due to which the strength of RRB as at the end September 2009 is reduced to 84.
In exercise of powers conferred by subsection (I) of section 23 A of the Regional Rural Bank’s Act 1976 (21 of 1976) Central Government issued notification F. No. 1/4/2006-RRB, dated 25.03.2008 to amalgamate the two RRBs i.e. Aurangabad Jalna Gramin Bank & Thane Gramin Bank into a single RRB named Maharashtra Gramin Bank w.e.f. 25.03.2008.
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