DCB Bank Hiring Any Degree freshers 2015 for Management Trainee at Across India. Candidates who have completed Any Degree can apply for this job from DCB Bank.
Company Name: DCB Bank
Position: Management Trainee
Education: Any Degree
Salary: Not specified
Location: Across India
DCB Bank is one of the fastest growing progressive private sector banks. The Bank recorded a total business of 23,074 Crore as at end of March, 2015, with 154 branches spread across 17 States and 2 Union territories. DCB Bank is also acknowledged for it’s innovative HR and talent management practices.
Candidate should possess Graduate/post graduate from a recognised University with minimum of 60% marks in qualifying examination.
Candidates who have written the qualifying examination for graduation during 2014-15 and awaiting results may also apply. Such candidates are allowed to appear for the written test and interview. However, their provisional appointment will be subject to production of provisional certificate and mark list before commencement of the academic program.
21 years of age or above AND below (including) 28 years of age as on 31st May, 2015. ( those born between 1st June 1987 and 31st May 1994)
Applicants selected through the written test/ interview process shall, after the due process, be given a Provisional Letter of Appointment by the Bank.
Such applicants will be required to undergo 12 months’ PGDBF Program at the BQA Campus. On successful completion and award of PGDBF, DCB Bank Ltd shall issue a formal appointment order for absorption into the bank, at CTC package of 3 to 3.5 lacs per annum
In addition to the annual Salary package, the Bank also offers a special retention Bonus 1 lac to all eligible candidates who complete 2 years of service with the Bank and have a good performance track record.
Technical and HR Interview
Document Required (Original and Photocopies):
Graduation & Post Graduation all years’ mark sheets
Photo ID proof (Pan Card/ Passport / Driving License / College ID)
How to Apply:
Last Date to Apply :- 17th August 2015