IPPB recruitment 2016: The India Post Payments Bank Ltd. (IPPB) has begun a recruitment drive to select eligible candidates for the post of Scale I, II and III Officer posts. The registration has begun on the official website of India Post from today, October 4, 2016. The IPPB is also recruiting officers for the CEO post, among others.
No. of vacancies for Scale I Officer: 650 posts
No. of vacancies for Scale I Officer: 652 posts
No. of vacancies for Scale I Officer: 408 posts
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Start of application process for Scale I Officer post: October 4, 2016
The last date to apply for Scale I Officer post is: October 25, 2016
Start of application process for Scale II Officer post is: October 7, 2016
The last date to apply for Scale II Officer post is: October 25, 2016
Start of application process for Scale III Officer post is: October 7, 2016
The last date to apply for Scale III Officer post is: October 25, 2016
Tentative schedule of exam (online method): December, 2016 – January, 2017
Educational qualification: Graduation from a recognised institute or university
Scale I Officer: 20 – 30 years
Scale II Officer: 26 – 35 years
Scale III Officer: 23 – 35 years
For SC/ST/PWD candidates: Rs 150
For general candidates: Rs 700
Scale I Officer: Rs 23,700 – 42,020
Scale II Officer: Rs 31,705 – 45,950
Scale III Officer: Rs 42,020 – 51,490
How to apply:
Interested candidates can log on to the official website of the IPPB, indiapost.gov.in
Read the instructions and details of the recruitment notification carefully before starting the application process. Keep all necessary documents ready.
Go to the recruitment notification link. An application form will open.
Fill in the application form, submit the fee and upload scans of your signature and photograph.
Check all details before clicking on submit.
The IPPB is a proposed commercial bank owned by the government. It will engage the Indian Postal Services for its operations. Under this, the already existing post offices will be engaged in banking services as well whereas the branches of the bank will deal with the paper work.
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