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Monday, 7 September 2015

Federal Bank Probationary Officers Recruitment 2015 : No IBPS Scores Needed

Federal Bank PO Recruitment 2015 Announced ? No IBPS Scores Needed, No Sky-high Competition. Apply online before 22nd Sept.

If you are looking for Probationary Officer Jobs, other than in Public Sector Banks , then you are on right page, as Federal bank had announced Recruitment Project for Probationary Officers. This is an awesome opportunity for all those who missed to apply for IBPS Exams

Unlike Public Sector Banks, Federal bank is a leading Private sector bank, that Offers much better Pay-Scales and Service Conditions, than the Public Sector bank. Moreover the Competition level for PSB's is so high that for every single single post, an average of 700 candidates are in race.

It is worth mentioning here that Federal Bank does the Recruitment process by its own and don;t take the help of any other external agency, as is the case with Public Sector Banks. 

You must note that Federal Bank had tied up with Manipal School of Banking for training the people and then getting them absorbed as Probationary Officers. It is worth mentioning here that since its inception the bank had trained over 900 professionals and now they are working as PO's in federal bank.

In this post, we are going to share with you, the Complete Details of Federal bank PO Recruitment 2015.  If you are willing to apply for the PO Posts , then proceed for reading this post, other wise you can also read our previous post, in which we have shared the Details of over 700 Government Jobs advertised in Employment News of 5th Sept 2015. Plus you can also apply for Bumper Indian Railways Clerical Recruitment 2015

Federal Bank Recruitment 2015 : Vacancy Details

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