Last Date:10 December,2019
Akola DCC Bank
Akola DCC Bank Banking Officer vacancy invites application for the posts of 45 Banking Officer Vacancy 2019 from MA/M Com/M Sc./M Tech. pass candidates interested in Akola DCC Bank Officer Gr- I Recruitment opening. Follow this article for Banking Officer Salary, Qualification, eligibility criteria and Akola DCC Bank Banking Officer Last Date is 10 December.
Name of the post – Banking Officer Gr-I & II
No of post – 45
Pay Scale – 29000/-, 39000/- (Per Month)
MA (Economics) / M Com / M Sc. / M Tech.
General Instruction:bank jobs
- The selection list will be equivalent to the number of vacancies published. The selection list may be cancelled / rejected without any prior intimation or decreased/ increased with the sole decision of CEO of the bank. The candidate should note that they will not have the right to claim for the vacancy even if their name appears in the selection list.
- The number of vacancies published are subject change as per the need. The selection for the changed number of vacancies’ will be done on merit basis as per the decision of the CEO of the bank.
- An NOC duly signed by a superior authority has to be submitted by the candidate who is already an employee of the bank at the time of application and submitted before joining.
- The candidate must have valid E-mail ID and correspondence address with Pin code clearly mentioned on the application.
- The candidate will have to produce below mentioned Certificates / documents along with their originals for verification by the Appointed Officer before interview.
- School leaving Certificate /Birth Certificate/Domicile Certificate.
- SSC/H Sc. Mark Sheet / Graduation / Post graduation Certificate with the certified copies Of both sides of the document.
- Certified copies of Mark-sheets of Graduation/Post graduation of each Year with copy Of both sides of the document will be required and If the Original documents have been submitted in Board / University/ Collage the true copy Certification of competent authority will be required on documents.
- Candidates already employee of Govt., semi govt. or private should produce ‘no objection Certificate’ from their employer.
- The employment exchange card will be required if the candidate is registered with the employment exchange.
- The candidate will stand disqualified if he/she has any criminal record. The candidate will have to furnish the details of any pending cases against him/her.
- The candidate may be appointed for any location within Akola and Washim district. The posts are transferable to any branch and the duties may be in different shifts.
- At any stage of the appointment or after the appointment if any of the documents submitted are found to be incorrect or any of the information not disclosed, the appointment will be cancelled without any prior notice.
- In case of any change in the dates of Online Examination Bank will give the intimation on its website. No other Online correspondence will be done in this regard.
- Candidates are advised to remain in touch with Bank’s website, for any further information which may be put for further guidance during the process.
- During the process of appointment all the rights for decisions will be solely with the CEO of the Bank.
- Any applications made/received before the online application date will not be considered. Candidates registered with the Project Officer Employment Exchange office also need to apply online as per the given procedure .
- The Akola District Central Co-operative Bank, which has inherited 108 years of service, is the first district co-operative bank not only in Maharashtra but all over the country. The earliest name of this bank was The Akola Central Urban Bank Ltd., Akola. In 1908, 12 major social workers of Akola district decided to withdraw their credit to the existing 13 cooperatives at Central Bank, Akola. Regular application was also made to register them. At that time, Ms Hemingway was the registrar of cooperatives. He gave the certificate of registration of the bank on 5th February 1909.
- With the passing of the Co-operative Credit Act in India in 1904, 13 different co-operative societies were established in Akola district till 1908-09. The government had appointed special campaigners to convince the people of the principles of co-operation and the importance of cooperatives. Government officials were keenly interested in establishing such institutes that the cooperative movement was well encouraged by the government.Of course, the 13 cooperatives that were set up in Akola district have nothing to do with each other. Since they have a large number of members, they had to borrow money from local lenders to meet their current needs. As the business of these institutions began to grow, more and more were needed to have a centralized payment firm. The drivers of the 13 cooperatives started thinking that by connecting those cooperatives to such a condominium and thereby providing loans to all the affiliated institutions .. The chief people of the district, who thought like that, came together in January of 1908 and started co-operative central bank for Akola district. Decided. With the help of twelve leading people, they sent a formal application to register the bank with the Co-operative Registrar. It was sanctioned after scrutiny as per law and its official registration certificate was registered on 5.2.1909 and registered with Akola Co-op.Central Bank on 5.2.1909.
- During the last 108 years, the office of the bank has changed because of the change in office. Until the early 1930s, the churches that started this bank and financially strengthened it would have to be called a period. Then, in the second period when the economic downturn occurred in the country, many of the mortgaged lands were owned by the bank, especially those who were unable to repay their loans due to excessive agricultural production and falling farm prices.
- It would not be an exaggeration to say that the financial performance of the bank was almost closed from 1930 to 40 years. Due to the bank’s deposits and the bank’s share of the bank’s capital being leaked as capital loan, during this period, the bank had accumulated a large amount of farm instead of money. But during the period 1940 to 1945, the bank, with great courage and patience, overcome this financial problem and gradually sold all the adjoining land, either weekly or at full cost. During these 10 years, crop conditions improved. In the same way, prices of the commodity went up and so the farmers came out of the recession. The congregation in which the bank was in charge was among the well-educated classes living in most of the cities. The bank had to do well, the financial position of the bank should be strong, from the point of view of financial law, it was the ideology of the farmers to provide loans to the farmers.
- After years of aggravation of the farmers, their sincere efforts to study their true problems and their sincere efforts towards their financial situation gradually began to come to the Board of Directors of this bank and they got the opportunity to become office bearers. So it is not to say that this is the root cause and the main reason for the bank’s growth and progress that we have seen since 1950, to date. Those who are bone farmers, who have spent most of their lives in villages, who have close relationships with farmers, would not have worked carefully for the prosperity of the farmers.
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