Exim Bank is hiring management trainees with a monthly salary upto ₹55,000
Exim Bankis recruiting 25 management trainees with a monthly stipend of ₹55,000.
- The last date to apply for the opportunity is March 14.
- The selected candidates will be posted anywhere in India, depending on the requirement of the bank.
AdvertisementExim Bank is inviting applications from eligible candidates to fill up 25 positions as management trainees.
The online application window will close on March 14.
Selected candidates will be entitled to a monthly stipend of ₹55,000, which will be paid during the period of traineeship.
The selected candidates will be posted anywhere in India, depending on the requirement of the bank, in corporate loans and advances/project finance/lines of credit/internal credit audit/risk management/compliance/treasury and accounts and related work profiles.
Management Trainees will be absorbed in grade or scale Junior Management (JM) as Deputy Manager, after successful completion of traineeship for one year in the bank. The approximate annual salary of the Deputy Manager would be ₹17 lakh.
Eligibility criteria for the role —
Candidates must have completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA)/Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics (PGDBA) of minimum 2 years full time, with specialisation in finance from a recognised university/Institution of Chartered Accountants (CA).
Candidates must have scored at least 60% or equivalent cumulative grade points average (CGPA), in both graduation and post-graduation.
Selection procedure —
The selection will be done on the basis of a written exam and personal interview. Candidates should at least score 60% marks at the time of appearing for the interview or at the time of joining the bank.
Candidates also have to pay an Application fees and intimation charges (Non-refundable) of ₹600 for general and other backward class (OBC) candidates, ₹100 for scheduled caste (SC)/scheduled tribe (ST)/persons with disability (PWD)/economically weaker section (EWS) and female candidates.
Candidates can seek more information here and can apply here.
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