Andhra Bank Law Consultant on contract basis Recruitment 2014Hyderabad

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  • CategoryLegal
  • Sub CategoryLaw Officer
  • LocationHyderabad
  • CompanyAndhra Bank
  • Posted date on our Website01 August 2014
  • Expiration Date16 August 2014

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Here are the details of Andhra Bank Law Consultant on contract basis Recruitment 2014 job in Andhra Bank. This job or placement paper has been sourced from either company website or newspaper or other media and from students who appeared for this job. User is requested to verify the data before applying for the job.

Andhra Bank Limited is in need of the services of a Law Consultant on contract basis. Apply online for Andhra Bank Law Consultant on contract basis Recruitment 2014 on Online application for this latest Andhra Bank Recruitment will be accepted between August 01 (Friday) and August 16 (Saturday), 2014. The other important details is as follows.
No. of Vacancies:- 01

Age as on 31.07.2014:- Max. 62 years

Eligibility Criteria for Andhra Bank Law Consultant on contract basis Recruitment 2014


Graduate or post graduate degree in Law from a recognized university

Work Experience:-

Should have experience of heading the legal department of a public sector bank for a period of at least 2 years not below the rank of  Deputy General Manager.

Job Description:-

Should have thorough knowledge and experience in handling legal matters concerning banks.


Selected candidates will be remunerated based on knowledge and experience and in accordance with the rules of the bank.

Selection Procedure:-

Candidates will selected for recruitment based on performance in interview.

How to apply for Andhra Bank Law Consultant on contract basis Recruitment 2014 ?

Individuals wishing to apply for Andhra Bank Law Consultant on contract basis Recruitment 2014 are required to apply online on www. Please note that no other mean or mode of application will be accepted. Online applications will be accepted between 01.08.2014 and 16.08.2014. Individuals are requested to log on to the bank';s website and click on the link "Recruitment." Thereafter open the recruitment notification titled "APPLICATION FOR THE POSITION OF LAW CONSULTANT (ON CONTRACT BASIS)"

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About Andhra Bank:-

"Andhra Bank" was founded by the eminent freedom  fighter and a multifaceted genius, Dr. Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya. The Bank was registered on 20th November 1923 and commenced business on 28th November 1923 with a paid up capital of Rs 1.00 lakh and an authorised capital of Rs 10.00 lakhs.

Andhra Bank has a wide range of products to cater to the needs of large, medium and small customers. So Entrepreneurs, strengthen your business acumen with financial backing from Andhra Bank. We always respect your ambitions and pride. We offer various credit facilities like Working capital Finance, Export Imort finance,Working capital Demand Loans,Bill Finance Project Finance And Insurance Finance,Term Finance,Corporate Loans,Equipment Finance etc.,

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Contact Details:

Address of Andhra Bank:-

5-9-11, Saifabad
Hyderabad-500 004. A.P.
Phone : 040 - 23210234

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