BMB has finalized its list of Probationary Officers. Out of 115 vacancies notified, 103 have been filled up.
Out of 103, 36% i.e34 candidates are Men, and the rest Women.
BMB, with its Head Office in New Delhi, is expected to focus on the banking needs of women and promote their economic empowerment. It plans to go live by November, 2013.
The probationary officer post is an entry-level position in the officer’s grade in public sector banks. The initial monthly salary in the probationary officer grade is about Rs 24,450 in a metropolitan centre, with allowances depending on the place of posting. In addition, conveyance, medical aid, leave travel concession and retirement benefits are admissible, according to the rules of the bank.
As informed earlier, appointment letters to fill in 50 vacancies immediately will be issued. Appointment letters for the remaining vacancies will be issued as and when branches are opened.
The first set of branches apart from New Delhi will be in eight cities: Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Mysore and Indore.
The bank will have 39 branches (including mobile and satellite branches) and 127 ATMs by the end of the first year of its operations and is projected to expand this to 778 branches and 2,088 ATMs by the end of the seventh year.
Of course, BMB customers would be able access their money through NFS ATM’s too. Yes, there will be Net Banking too.
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