Uco Bank Jobs for Bank For Law Officers in Calcutta
Post Name : Law Officers No of Vacancy : 21 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 31705-45950/- Post Name : Engineers No of Vacancy : 04 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 23700-32850/- Educational Qualification : For Law Officers : Degree in Law (pass with minimum 55% marks) having 3 Years or 5 Years integrated course from a recognized University/Institute. For Engineers : Degree in Civil/Electrical Engineering from a recognized University/ Institution with 60% marks. Candidates with post graduate degree will be preferred. Age Limit : For Law Officers : 28 to 35 years For Engineers : 21 to 30 years Age Relaxation : For SC/ST/PWD Candidates : 5 Years For OBC/Ex-Serviceman Candidates : 3 Years Selection Process : Selection will be made on the Written Test & Interview. Application Fee : Candidates belonging to General/OBC have to pay Rs.600/- and Candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD have to pay Rs. 100/- through Online. How to Apply : Interested candidate may apply online through website http://www.ucobank.com. form 23.02.2016 to 15.03.2016.
Degree in Law (pass with minimum 55% marks) having 3 Years or 5 Years integrated course from a recognized University/Institute. For Engineers : Degree in Civil/Electrical Engineering from a recognized University/ Institution with 60% marks. Candidates with post graduate degree will be preferred.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2016-02-23 to 2016-03-15
About Uco bank
The idea of a truly Indian bank was first conceived of by Mr. G.D Birla, the doyen of Indian Industrial renaissance, after the historic "Quit India" movement in 1942. Soon this nascent idea came into reality and, on the 6th of January 1943, The United Commercial Bank Ltd. was born with its Registered and Head Office at Kolkata. The very first Board of Directors was represented by eminent personalities of the country drawn from all walks of life, and this all-India character of the Bank has been assiduously maintained till date not only in the composition of its Board but also in the geographical spread of its 2500 and more branches in the country as well as in its overseas centres in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Having traversed periods of expansion and consolidation, the Bank was nationalized by the Government of India on the 19th July 1969 whereupon 100 per cent ownership was taken over by the government in UNITED COMMERCIAL BANK. This historic event brought about a sea-change in the entire fabric of the banks thinking and activities, commensurate with the governments socio-political approach of mass banking as against class banking hitherto practised. The Bank had gone for Rs.200 crore of IPO during the year 2003-04 and is now a listed Company. As on 31.03.2012 Government Share-holding of the Bank was 65.19 per cent. Branch expansion started at a fast pace, particularly in rural areas, and the bank achieved several unique distinctions in Priority Sector lending and other social uplift activities. To keep pace with the developing scenario and expansion of business, the Bank undertook an exercise in organizational restructuring in the year 1972. This resulted into more functional specialization, decentralization of administration and emphasis on development of personnel skill and attitude. Side by side, whole hearted commitment into the governments poverty alleviation programmes continued and the convenorship of State Level Bankers Committee (SLBC) was entrusted on the Bank for Odisha and Himachal Pradesh in 1983.