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UCO Bank Recruitment 2024: Recruitment for 544 apprentice posts, check all the details

United Business Financial institution (UCO Financial institution) has began registration for recruitment to apprentice posts. 544 vacancies of apprentice posts shall be crammed below the recruitment drive. and eligible candidates can go to the official web site of United Business Financial institution (UCO Financial institution) ucobank.com earlier than July 16.

extra data:

Necessary Dates:

Vacancies introduced: July 2
Beginning date of utility: 2 July
Final Date for Utility: 16 July

Emptiness Particulars:

Complete Vacancies: 544
Andaman and Nicobar: 1
Andhra Pradesh: 7
Arunachal Pradesh: 1
Assam: 24
Bihar: 39
Chandigarh: 4
Chhattisgarh: 10
Dadra Nagar Haveli: 1
Daman and Diu: 2
Goa: 1
Gujarat: 18
Haryana: 14
Himachal Pradesh: 27
Jammu and Kashmir: 3
Jharkhand: 12
Karnataka: 11
Kerala: 9
Lakshadweep: 1
Madhya Pradesh: 28
Maharashtra: 31
Manipur: 2
Meghalaya: 1
Mizoram: 1
Nagaland: 1
New Delhi: 13
Odisha: 44
Pondicherry: 2
Punjab: 24
Rajasthan: 39
Sikkim: 1
Tamil Nadu: 20
Telangana: 8
Tripura: 4
Uttar Pradesh: 47
Uttarakhand: 8
West Bengal: 85

Instructional qualification:

Candidates will need to have accomplished commencement diploma from a acknowledged college permitted by the Authorities of India.

Age Vary:

The age of the candidate needs to be between 20 to twenty-eight years.

Wage:

The chosen candidates will get a month-to-month wage of Rs 15000. Out of this, UCO Financial institution pays Rs 10,500 to the trainee's account, whereas the federal government share of Rs 4500 shall be deposited immediately into the trainee's checking account via DBT mode.

For extra particulars, and eligible candidates can go to the official web site of UCO Financial institution at ucobank.com

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