India Post Payments Bank Recruitment for Chief Manager, DGM & AGM Vacancy
India Post Payments Bank Recruitment for 18 Chief Manager, DGM & AGM Vacancy: – India Post Payments Bank Limited (IPPB) has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 18 posts. The post names are Chief Manager, DGM & AGM.
If you want to make career at India Post Payments Bank Vacancy then you can apply online application from 26 June 2018 to 10 July 2018. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in India Post Payments Bank Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Posts:- Chief Manager, DGM & AGM.
Eligibility:- Graduate degree.
Location:- All India.
Last date:- 10 July 2018.
Age limit:- 29 to 55 years.
Official Website:- https://www.indiapost.gov.in/
Vacancy details of India Post Payments Bank Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 18 posts.
Name of post:-
1) Chief Manager – 09 posts.
2) DGM – 05 posts.
3) AGM – 04 posts.
Eligibility: – Any graduate from a University/ Institution/ Board recognized by the Government of India (or) approved by a Government Regulatory Body.
Salary: – Rs.50,030 – 59,170 (post 01), Rs.68,680 – 76,520 (post 02) and Rs.59,170 – 66,070 (post 03) per month.
Application fee:- Rs 150 for SC/ST/PWD and all other Rs 750 through Debit Cards (RuPay/ Visa/ MasterCard/ Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets.
Selection Process: – Selection will be based on interview.
Note: – If you have any query regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply online application through the website https://www.indiapost.gov.in/ from 26 June 2018 to 10 July 2018.
Important dates to remember:-
- Starting date for online application – 26 June 2018.
- Last date for online application – 10 July 2018.
About India Post Payments Bank.
Department of Posts Office For more than 150 years, the Department of Posts (DoP) has been the backbone of the country’s communication and has played a crucial role in the country’s socio-economic development. It touches the lives of Indian citizens in many ways: delivering mails, accepting deposits under Small Savings Schemes, providing life insurance cover under Postal Life Insurance (PLI) and Rural Postal Life Insurance (RPLI) and providing retail services like bill collection, sale of forms, etc.