Indian Bank Recruitment 2018 
(All India Can Apply) 

Total No. Posts - 60 Posts

Last Date 30 December

Job Details :
1) Post Name : Security Guard cum Peon
No of Vacancy : 64 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 9560-18545/-
Qualification : Pass in 10th standard examination or its equivalent and Must be Ex-Servicemen from Indian Army / Navy / Air force.
Age Limit : Minimum & maximum age limit is 18 to 26 years as on 01.07.2017

State Wise Vacancy : 
  1. Andhara Prdesh : 04 Posts
  2. Assam : 04 Posts
  3. Chandigarh : 02 Posts
  4. Gujarat : 03 Posts
  5. Karnataka : 02 Posts
  6. Kerala : 05 Posts
  7. Puducherry : 04 Posts
  8. Punjab : 01 Post
  9. Tamil Nadu : 34 Posts
  10. Telangana : 02 Posts
  11. West Bengal : 03 Posts
Nationality : Indian

Job Location : All India

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Selection Process : Selection will be through Physical fitness test and written test

Application Fee : There is no application fee.

How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with relevant documents send by Registered/Speed post to The Chief Manager, HRM Department of the respective Zonal Offices of the state for which applied on or before 30.12.2017.

Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date For Submission of Application form : 30.12.2017
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