South Indian Bank Recruitment 2011 – 60 PO Vacancies
The South Indian Bank Ltd. invites applications from candidates having one year of work experience in Scheduled Commercial Banks in the Scale 1/officer cadre for filling up vacancies of POs (Scale I).
Candidates are requested to apply ON-LINE through Bank’s website. No other means/modes of applications will be accepted.
System generated print-out of the applications submitted online should be duly signed and sent by ordinary post along with photo affixed thereon and other relevant documents to the address given below in this notification.
Online registration – Opening from 07/10/2011
Online registration – closure on 22/10/2011
Last date for receipt of application (system generated) with photo and other documents is 27/10/2011
NUMBER OF SEATS:
60 PO Vacancies
Minimum Educational Qualification
Graduation from any recognized university, (10+2+3) regular stream with at least 60% for qualifying degree in Science stream or 55% for other streams.
Not more than 28 years and not less than 21 years as on 31.08.2011. Upper age limit will be relaxed by five years in the case of SC/ST candidates
The candidates should have mandatory minimum work experience of 1 year in scheduled commercial banks in the Scale I/officer cadre as on 30.09.2011
PROBATION PERIOD AND CAREER PATH:
The period of probation is for 1 year. Confirmation shall be subject to satisfactory performance. A candidate joining the service of the Bank as Pro.Officer (Scale I) is eligible for promotion to Manager’s Cadre after 3yrs of service.
In the pay scale of Rs.14,500 – 600/7 – 18700 – 700/2 – 20100 – 800/7 – 25,700. plus DA, HRA & other allowances. Basic pay will be fixed in the appropriate stage of Scale I as above depending on qualification, exposure and years of experience.
Performance linked Incentive: Maximum Rs.70,000/- per annum, as per scheme in vogue.
MODE OF SELECTION:
Only Group Discussion & Personal Interview. (No Written Exam)
For Queries Contact:
Toll Free Customer Care Number 1800 843 1800 (Toll Free India)