Federal Bank online vacancy for Probationary Officers jobs 2015 Federal Bank recruitment for  Probationary Officers vacancy 2015 apply online on before 22 September 2015.

Federal Bank Vacancy / Recruitment details:

Name & No. of Vacancy - Probationary Officers - Posts
Age Limit - 18-24 YEARS
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Probationary Officers
Graduation in any discipline with minimum 60% marks from any recognized university or other institutions established by an Act of parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of U G C Act, 1956 and Should have obtained minimum 60% marks for SSC or equivalent exam & Plus 2 or equivalent exam.
Rs. 23700-42020/-
Important Key Dates :-
  • Last Date for Submission of Application Form: 22 September 2015.
Selection Method / Recruitment Process - Aptitude Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

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