In an advertisement, the bank exclusively for women, has called for applications for 115 vacancies
GN Bureau | September 19, 2013
As the first public sector bank exclusively for women is set to begin operations from November, it has started with its first phase of the hiring process. In its first advertisement for the post, the Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) has posted 115 vacancies from female candidates.
In the advertisement, the bank said the recruiters should be a graduate from a recognised university in the age bracket of 20-30 years and should have good knowledge of computers.
Submission of applications, only to be done online, begins Thursday and will go on till September 30.
The bank proposes to complete the recruitment process for the first six branches at Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Indore and Guwahati by October.
In this year’s budget speech, finance minister P Chidambaram had announced the setting up of the Mahila Bank with Rs 1,000 crore seed capital for fulfilling the banking needs of women and empowering them.
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