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In Assam all together five RRBs were opened at different point of time beginning with Pragjyotish Gaonlia Bank. Find out all the details related to AGVB recruitment here. The pro-active attitude and the rural bias of these banks culminated not only in the creation of thrift habit among the rural masses but also in the dispensation of credit to such people mostly for priority sector activities. Govt. of India vide Notification No. F.1.(25)/2005 dated 12th January 2006 amalgamated the four Regional Rural Banks sponsored by the United Bank Of India in the state of Assam to form Assam Gramin Vikash Bank (AGVB).
List of current jobs, vacancies, selection process and eligibility criteria for recruitment in AGVB
Office Assistant / Attender
Post Name Faculty No of Vacancy 05 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 20000 - Per month Post Name Office Assistant No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 12000 - Per month Post Name Attender No of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 8000 - Per month Educational Qualification For Faculty Candidates Shall be Graduate Post Graduate. Candidates who have secured 1 st class in either Graduation or Post Graduation will be preferred. Subject wise, candidates having completed MSW M.A in Rural Development M.A in Sociology B.Sc Veterinary B.Sc Horticulture B.Sc Agri B.Sc Agri Marketing , B.A with B.Ed etc. will be preferred. For Office Assistant Graduate BSW BA B.com from recognized university with Computer knowledge. For Attender Candidates Shall be a Matriculate. Age Limit 22 to 40 years as on 01.12.2016 Job Location Assam......
Bank Job For Office Assistant
Post Name Faculty In House No of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 15000 - Per month Post Name Office Assistant No of Vacancy 01 Post Pay Scale Rs. 10000 - Per month Post Name Attender No of Vacancy 02 Posts Pay Scale Rs. 5000 - Per month Educational Qualification For Faculty In House MSW MA in Rural Development MA in Sociology Psychology B.Sc Agriculture BA with B.Ed., etc from a recognized university with 5 years experience in Rural Banking. For Office Assistant Graduate BSW BA B.com from recognized university with Computer knowledge. For Attender Matriculation. Age Limit As per AGVB Rules Selection Process Selection will be made Personal Interview. How to Apply AGVB Vacancy Interested Candidates may apply their Resume along with attested copies of relevant documents send to Chairman, Assam......
AGVB (Assam Gramin Vikash Bank) was formally launched on the 12th of January 2006. It is an amalgamation of Pragjyotish Gaonlia Bank, Lakhimi Gaonlia Bank, Cachar Gramin Bank and Subansiri Gaonlia Bank, all sponsored by United Bank of India.
The idea of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) was mooted by the Govt. of India in the year 1975 to bring about the desired uplift of the rural economy and accordingly promulgated an Ordinance which was subsequently replaced by the Parliament as Regional Rural Banks Act,1976.
Looking back at the post amalgamation period, it is noteworthy that the metamorphosis of the RRBs with different cultures and practices, into a single large entity with shared culture has been extremely smooth. The advent of AGVB had a positive impact, particularly in the areas of Business growth and operational matters.
With the advantage of largest network of branches in the Rural Assam, it is our duty and obligation to serve the rural masses, the deprived and denied with all banking facilities for augmentation of agricultural production, uplift of the downtrodden, employment of rural youth, with commitment to the sacred task of all out development of the Rural Assam. The bank’s initiatives have strengthened our culture and we aim to be the top class Rural Bank of the Country, benchmarking ourselves against the best standards and practices in terms of product offering, service level and professional integrity. What remains to be achieved is much larger than what we have achieved so far.
To financially include as well as spread Banking Literacy to each household of its area of operation and initiate appropriate intervention for economic uplift of the people of Assam through Agriculture, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises to accomplish the mandate set out for the RRBs and thus emerging as a strong, vibrant and socially committed ‘Mass-Class Bank