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April 21, 2017

Dena Bank Probationary Office recruitment by Amity PGCBF

  Sarkari Niyukti       April 21, 2017
 Dena Bank Probationary Office recruitment by Amity PGCBF


Dena Bank, a Public Sector Bank   looking for candidates with young, energetic and innovative minds  who can be imparted with the necessary knowledge and skills required to be  good all-round bankers through a 12 (Twelve) months Post Graduate  Certificate in

Banking and Finance PGCBF) course in Amity University including 9  months on-campus program and three months on-the-job training  programme in Dena Bank Branch.  On completion of these processes, the candidates will be offered appointment  in Dena Bank as Probationary Officer in Junior Management Grade Scale-I. : 

Probationary Officer vacancy : 

    Probationary Officer  : 300 posts (UR-209, OBC-22, SC-62, ST-10) (PH-9), Agr : 20-29 years as on 01/04/2017, Qualification :  Degree (Graduation) with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ ST/ PWD) marks in any discipline from a recognized University OR any equivalent qualification, Pay Scale after induction as Probationary Officer  : JMG Scale-I : Rs. 23700-45950



Admission to the twelve months Post Graduate Certificate Course in Banking and Finance (PGCBF) from Amity University to be conducted at the Amity University, Noida comes with an assurance of a full-fledged Banking career with Dena Bank on successful completion of the course and on-the-job training of three months in Dena Bank Branch.



Dena Bank Probationary Officer recruitment by Amity PGCBF


Fee : 

Rs.400/- (Rs.50/- for SC/ST/PH) to be paid   Online.


How to Apply : 

Apply Online at Dena Bank website from 18/04/2017 to 09/05/2017.



Detailed Information and application format :


Please visit Recruitment section of Dena Bank at http://www.denabank.com/viewsection.jsp?lang=0&id=0,48  for details, payment voucher, instructions and a link to apply Online.


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