Bank of Maharashtra is a major public sector bank in India. Government of India holds 87.74% of the total shares. The bank has 15 million customers across the length and breadth of the country served through 1897 branches as of 5 April 2016.
Number of Vacancies
25 (Twenty Five)
Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree in Law recognized by the Bar Council of India for the purpose of enrolment as an Advocate with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent in the aggregate of all semesters/years.
For SC/ST and PWD candidates, minimum required marks shall be 50% in Bachelor’s Degree in Law in the aggregate of all semesters/years.
Desirable: Special knowledge of Banking Law, Company Law, Labour Law and Constitutional Law and experience in drafting of pleadings and documents.Proficiency in computer applications.
Experience Essential: At least five years’ experience as an Advocate or as a Law Officer in the Legal Department of a Bank/financial institution/statutory corporation/Company and/or Legal Associate/Legal consultant in an Advocate’s or Solicitor’s Office or in the Legal Department of Central/State Government or as teacher in law in a Law College/University.
However, preference shall be given to the candidates having experience as a Law Officer in the Legal Department of a Nationalized Bank/financial institution. The candidate should have worked in Bank for one year as Law Officer.
How to apply?
Candidates are advised to go to the Bank’s website (HERE) and click on the ‘RECRUITMENT’ to open the link “Online application for recruitment of “Specialist officers” and then click on the option “APPLY ONLINE” which will open a new screen.
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