Working in a banking sector could be dream for many people and in order to make your dreams come true ,Dena Bank released notification to recruit for the vacancies of Financial Literacy Centre Counsellor. As per the notification there are 6 vacancies. All the candidates who are Graduates can apply for these posts. The last date to apply for this job is March:10,2017. The Dena Bank is going to receive the applications for these posts is in offline mode.
In order to know more details in depth like eligibility criteria, selection procedure, salary, job description, etc., please go through the official website: http://www.denabank.com/ . The salary 18,000 per month. The selected candidates would be working anywhere in India. The applications are to be sent to the following address: Dena Bank, Zonal Office, APMC (Krishi Bazar), 8th Floor, Sahara Darwaja, Ring Road, Surat-395 002.
The important details concerning the Job:
  • Recruitment at: Dena Bank
  • Vacancy for the post: Financial Literacy Centre Counsellor
  • Qualification Required: Graduation
  • Total Number of Vacancies: 6 vacancies.
  • Salary would be from: Rupees 18,000/-per month
  • Job location after getting selected: Anywhere in India
  • Last date to apply for the post: 10/3/2017
  • Official website to know more details: http://www.denabank.com/
All the eligible candidates should send their applications enclosed with copies of their educational certificates, passport size photograph along with other relevant certificates to the addressed mentioned above. The mode of interview will be decided by the concerned department. It could be a written test or a direct interview. The age limit to apply for these posts is 65 years.
Details about Dena Bank:
Dena Bank was established in the year 1969 with 13 major banks which were nationalized and at present it is a Public Sector Bank, which is constituted under the Banking Companies i.e. Acquisition & Transfer of Undertakings Act, 1970.  As per the Act 1949, the bank can undertake other business as specified in Section 6 of the Banking Regulations Act, 1949.

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