Bank Name: Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd
Name of the posts:
4.Officer Grade II
Qualifications: LLB / LLM, CA, BE, CS/ MBA/ICWA, MBA/M.Sc, PG
Age Limit: 30 to 40 years for post 1, 27 to 37 years for post 2, 25 to 35 years for post 3, 23 to 33 years for post 4, 20 to 30 years for post 5, Age relaxation in upper age limit is 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC.
Payment of Fees
Application fee / intimation charges of Rs.600/- for General Candidates and Rs.300/- for SC / ST / OBC Candidates. The fee is to be paid through On-line Mode. No Cash or any other mode will be accepted.
The payment can be made by using Debit Cards (RuPay / Visa / Master Card / Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards / Mobile Wallets.
The selection of candidates will be on the basis of On-line (written) test and personal interview
Reserve category candidates applying under General vacancy will not be eligible for any concession or relaxation in any criteria – age and fee.
The process of registration of application is completed only when fee is deposited with the MSC Bank through On-line mode on or before the prescribed last date of submission of application.
The candidates are requested ensure before applying that they fulfill the eligibility criteria (viz. age, qualification and experience for the post as on 1 st January 2017).
Candidates will be subject to verification of the details of the document (s) when they report for the personal interview.
How to Apply:
Candidates can apply On-line only from 21.12.2016 to 11.01.2017 and no other mode of application will be accepted.
Commencement of on-line registration of application: 21/12/2016
Closure of registration of application: 11/01/2017
Closure for editing application details: 11/01/2017
Last date for printing your application: 26/01/2017
Online Fee Payment: 21/12/2016 to 11/01/2017
The co-operative movement in India traces its origin to a period as early as 1904, when the Co-operative Credit Societies Act was enacted. As far as co-operative sector is concerned, Maharashtra is the most developed state in the country. There is hardly any village in the state which remains untouched by the co-operative movement and hardly any important economic activity that is not covered under a co-operative fold. The co-operative movement in Maharashtra is nourished by a three-tier co-operative credit structure, at the helm of which is The Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank Limited (MSCB). At the middle level are 31 District Central Co-operative Banks (DCCBs) and at the bottom level, over 21269 Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) are functioning.
The MSC Bank serves as a balancing center for the surplus resources of co-operatives in the state and thereby ensures their multifaceted development and prosperity. Needless to say that MSC Bank is the biggest co-operative bank in the country. Besides, it is the only co-operative bank in India which has figured 9 times among the top 1000 banks in the world on the basis of financial soundness (Capital Adequacy) as surveyed by ‘The Banker’ published from London, periodically. The bank is listed in Schedule II of RBI Act 1934.