Bank of Maharashtra Recruitment 2018

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Last Date 22 February

Bank of Maharashtra Job Details :
1) Post Name: Network Administrators
No. of Vacancy: 04 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 23700-42020/-
Qualification: B.Tech / B.E in Computer Science / Electronics / Electronics & Telecommunications Minimum 55% Marks in Aggregate with Experience Minimum Two Year’s work experience in the mentioned areas.
Age Limit: Minimum & Maximum age limit is 23 to 30 years

2) Post Name: Data Analysts
No. of Vacancy: 04 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 31705-45950/-
Qualification: Should have a Master/Bachelor degree in the related areas like Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Data Sciences, Analytics or related areas with minimum 55% marks or equivalent grade or first class Experience Should have minimum 3 years of proven experience.
Age Limit: Minimum & Maximum age limit is 25 to 35 Years

Job Location: Pune (Maharastra)

Bank of Maharashtra Selection Process: Selection will be made on through Group Discussion & Personal Interview.

Application Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs.600/- (Rs.100/- for SC/ST/PWD Candidates) through Online.

How to Apply Bank of Maharashtra Vacancy: Interested candidates may apply Online from the website from 03.02.2018 to 22.02.2018 & send the printout along with attested copies of certificates in support of age, qualifications & experience etc to The Asstt. General Manager (IR &HRD) Bank of Maharashtra ‘Lokmangal” 1501, Shivaji Nagar Pune-411005 on or before 04.03.2018.

Important Dates to Remember:
Starting Date For Submission of Online Application: 03.02.2018
Last Date For Submission of Online Application: 22.02.2018
Last Date For Submission of Printout of Online Application: 04.03.2018
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