Deccan Grameen bank (www.dgbhyd.com) a rural bank in the state of Andhra Pradesh with head office in Hyderabad invites applications from qualified Indian nationals residing in Andhra Pradesh for the posts of Clerk-cum-cashier.
Number of vacancies, Pay scale and Age
Total number of vacancies is 175, out of which 85 are unreserved, 29 are reserved for SC, 13 for ST and 48 for OBC’s.
The pay scale that is applicable for clerk cum cashier post is Rs.4410 – 13210.
The age of the candidate should be between 18 and 26 years. The upper age limit can be extended by 5 years for SC/ST candidates and by 3 years for OBC candidates.
To be eligible for the written test the candidate should any one of the following qualification:
- A degree from a recognized university in any discipline
- A pass in Intermediate or its equivalent with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST)
- Have a diploma in Banking from a state or central government recognized institute
- A pass in 10th/SSC or its equivalent with at least 60% marks (55% for SC/ST)
Apart from the educational qualifications, candidates must have a thorough knowledge of Telugu.
Preference will be given to those candidates who have knowledge of English language and computers.
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Application fee and How to apply
Interested and eligible candidates should pay the application fee of Rs.250 (Rs.50 for SC/ST candidates) in the form of a DD taken in favour of ‘Deccan Grameena Bank recruitment Account – Clerical’ Payable at Hyderabad.
Name, DOB and address must be written at the back end of the DD.
After paying the fee, candidates must fill the application form only in the given format in their own handwriting.
Along with the application form and DD, copies of School leaving certificate for Age proof, Mark sheets of qualifying exam, certificate confirming the backward class from a competent authority, certificate of Nativity (domicile) must be sent to
Post Box No, 8229, Dahisar (East), Mumbai 400068.
Last date to receive the applications is 10.03.2010