Bank Name: Assam Gramin Vikash Bank (AGVB)
Name of the posts:
1. Faculty (In House)
2. Office Assistant
Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Matriculation / MSW/ MA in Rural Development/ MA in Sociology/ Psychology/ B.Sc (Agri)/ BA with B.Ed., & Graduation viz, BSW/ BA/ B.Com from a recognised University with Computer Knowledge
Selection Process: Selection will be based on Written test, Personal Interview, Demonstration/ Presentation
Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs.200/- for post 1, Rs.100/- for Post 2 by Demand Draft in favour of the “Assam Gramin Vikash Prashikshan Trust” payable at Guwahati.
(a)AGVPT takes no responsibility for any delay in receipt or loss in postal transit of the application
(b) before applying for the post the candidates should ensure that he / she fulfills the eligibility and other norms mentioned in this advertisement. AGVPT would be free to reject any application at any stage of the engagement process if the candidate is found ineligible for the post for which he / she has applied. The decision of AGVPT shall be final in taking any decision on qualification, experience and other eligibility norms.
(c) Candidates seeking relaxation in age must enclose a certified copy of the documents in support of his / her claim and should not send original certificates or materials
(d) Application once made will not be allowed to be withdrawn
How to Apply:
Eligible candidates may send their resume in Standard form of Application along with attested copies of certificate/ mark sheets of educational qualification, date of birth certificate, experience certificate, certificate of proficiency in Teaching/ Computer Knowledge, if any, address proof in an envelope should be superscribed with “Application for the Post of Faculty/ Assistant/ Attender in AGVB RSETIs” to the Chairman, Assam Gramin Vikash Prashikshan Trust, on or before 10-01-2017.
Last Date for Receipt of Application: 10-01-2017.
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.
In Assam all together five RRBs were opened at different point of time beginning with Pragjyotish Gaonlia Bank. 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.