New Delhi, Online Desk. Job news for the aspirants who aspire for the government jobs in the bank. Bank of Baroda has released an advertisement for the recruitment of Senior Relationship Manager and e-Wealth Relationship Manager posts in Wealth Management Services Department. According to the recruitment advertisement released by the bank, a total of 376 posts are to be recruited for both the posts, in which 326 vacancies are for Senior Relationship Manager and 50 vacancies are for E-Wealth Relationship Manager posts. Candidates should note that all these posts are to be recruited on contract basis and the period of contract will be 5 years. However, periodic performance reviews will be carried out during the course of the contract.

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Interested candidates may apply through the online application form provided in the career section on the official website of Bank of Baroda, The application process has started from 19th November 2021 and candidates will be able to submit their application online till 9th ​​December 2021. During the online application, candidates will also have to pay a fee of Rs 600, which can be paid through online means. However, the application fee for SC, ST and Divyang candidates is Rs 100 only.

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Eligibility Criteria for Bank of Baroda Relationship Manager Recruitment

According to the advertisement for recruitment of Relationship Manager issued by Bank of Baroda, candidates willing to apply for Senior Relationship Manager posts should be graduate in any discipline from a recognized university or any other higher education institution having 2 years experience of related work. needed. Also, the age of the candidate should not be less than 24 years and not more than 35 years as on 1st November 2021. Similarly, for e-Wealth Relationship Manager posts, candidates should have graduation as well as 1.5 years of experience and the age of the candidate should not be less than 23 years and not more than 35 years.

Edited By: Rishi Sonwal