Faculty, Officer Assistant and Attender

Posted on 09-Dec-2016 by : Oriental Bank of Commerce
Haryana
1-2 Lakhs
Full-Time

Job Summary

14 Openings
None
Banking - Retail/Corporate
Post Graduation

Job Description

Government of Haryana Oriental Bank of Commerce has issued a notification for the recruitment of 14 Faculty, Officer Assistant and Attender vacancies.

Educational qualification for Oriental Bank of Commerce Recruitment 2017 must be Faculty Position candidates with post graduate degree in any of the following streams that are M.a/ M.com/ M.Sc/ Master of social works, psychology and sociology etc., Assistant Position candidates with degree in any of the following subjects: B.com/B.A/B.Sc etc., Attender Post should be Matriculate.

Educational Qualification:

Faculty Position: Candidates with post graduate degree in any of the following streams that are M.a/ M.com/ M.Sc/ Master of social works, psychology, sociology etc.

Assistant Position: Candidates with degree in any of the following subjects: B.com/B.A/B.Sc etc.

Attender Post: Should be Matriculate.

Age Limit:

Faculty Position: 25 – 40 years

Assistant Position: 25 – 35 years

Attender Post: 18 – 25 years

Selection Procedure: Interview

Pay Scale:

S.no

Name of the Post

Pay Scale

1

Faculty

R’s. 20000/- p.m.

2

Assistant

R’s. 12000/- p.m.

3

Attender

R’s. 8000/- pm.

 

Imp Dates:

S.No

Start Date

End Date

1

Available

20-12-2016

 

Imp Venues:

JAIPUR

OBC Rural Self Employment Training Institute
Oriental Bank of Commerce, National Highway No. 11
Villages: Balakhan Post Office: Loharwara, Tehsil: CHOMU
Dist. Jaipur (Rajasthan)

SRIGANGANAGAR

OBC Rural Self Employment Training Institute
Oriental Bank of Commerce, 173-174 G- Block, Sukhadia Circle
Sriganganagar- 335 001 (Rajasthan)

FEROZEPUR

OBC Rural Self Employment Training Institute, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Village: Ratol Bet Tehsil: Zira, Dist. Ferozepur 142 047(Punjab)

DEHRADUN

OBC Rural Self Employment Training Institute, Oriental Bank of Commerce Village: Shankerpur- 248 197, Near Bada Rampur
Dehradun (Uttrakhand)

PALWAL

OBC Rural Self Employment Training Institute
Oriental Bank of Commerce Above Bank of Baroda, Byepass G.T. Road,
Agra Chock Palwal- 121 102 (Haryana)

 

How to Apply: Offline


Roles & Responsibilities

    Faculty :

    1.Work as Faculty of the Institute handling sessions relating to entrepreneurship, motivation, personality development, business management, conducting business games etc guiding /educating the trainees, and coordinate the programmes of the Institute.
    2.Conducting pre-training activities – EAPs, generation of applications and selection of candidates.
    3.Assisting the Director in designing the Annual Action Plan and training programmes.

    Assistant:

    1. Assisting the Director and Faculty in effective functioning of the Institute to fulfill the objectives of the Trust.
    2. Maintaining of Cash book, General Ledger, vouchers, as per the guidelines (Presently single entry Book keeping).
    3. Maintaining all books, registers, both manual and soft copy as per the prevailing guidelines from Trust/Ministry.
    4. Maintaining and updating all data relating to trainings, Follow up, Settlement, etc.

    Attender:

    1. Generally all subordinate work of the Institute for assisting the Director and other staff of the Institute for smooth functioning of the day to day activities.
    2. Up keeping of premises including office, training class rooms, dormitory, bathrooms, filing cabinet, visitors lounge etc.
    3. Filing the documents in respective files as per direction of office Assistant/Faculty/ Director.


Company Profile

Rai Bahadur Lala Sohan Lal, the first Chairman of the Bank, founded OBC in 1943 in Lahore. Within four years of its coming into existence,OBC had to face Partition. The bank had to close down its branches in the newly formed Pakistan and shift its registered office from Lahore to Amritsar. Lala Karam Chand Thapar, the then Chairman of the Bank, in a unique gesture honoured the commitments made to the depositors from Pakistan and paid every rupee to its departing customers. The Bank has witnessed many ups and downs since its establishment. The period of 1970-76 is said to be the most challenging phase in the history of the Bank.At one time profit plummeted to ?175, that prompted the owner of the bank, the Thapar House, to sell / close the bank. Then employees and leaders of the Bank came forward to rescue the Bank. The owners were moved and had to change their decision of selling the bank and in turn they decided to improve the position of the bank with the active cooperation and support of all the employees.

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