Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd.(MSCB) Recruitment 2020-Apply now

Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd

Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd. (MSCB) Recruitment 2020 notification, overall 164 vacancies are allocated for this recruitment. Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd. (MSCB)) Recruitment 2020 has given an employment notification for the recruitment of graduate apprentice vacancies. The interested Candidate advised, not to wait till the last date & time, register their application well within the time.

Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd. (MSCB) Recruitment 2020 notification is available on the official website in the form of pdf. Applicants must be posses educational qualifications and prescribed age limits.
Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd.(MSCB) Recruitment 2020 vacancy, merit list, selection list, result and upcoming notifications, etc. will be uploaded on the official website.

Name of Organization:Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd.(MSCB)

Name of Post: Officer Grade II (Trainee), Junior Officer (Trainee), Clerk (Trainee), Joint Manager (Trainee)

Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank Ltd.(MSCB) 
Advt No. 01/2020
Various Vacancies 2020

Vacancy Details:

Sr No. Post Name No. of Posts
1 Officer Grade-II (Trainee) 47
2 Junior Officer (Trainee) 12
3 Clerk (Trainee) 103
4 Joint Manager (Trainee) 02
Total: 164

Education Qualification:

  • B.E/ B.Tech (CS/ IT), PG in any discipline.
  • B.E/ B.Tech (CS/ IT), Degree in any discipline
  • B.E/ B.Tech (CS/IT) or equivalent/ MCA
  • Anyone one of the above is required.

Age Limit:

  • Minimum Age Limit: 21 Years
  • Maximum Age Limit: 40 Years
  • Age Relaxation is applicable to as per rules

Selection Process:

  • Written Exam.
  • Interview.

Important Dates:

Event Date
Start Date of Application 20 Feb. 2020
Last Date of Application 16 March. 2020

Important Links:

Official Website: Click Here.
Apply Here: Not mentioned.
Official Notification: Click Here.


About MSCB

The co-usable development in India follows its starting point to a period as right on time as 1904, when the Co-employable Credit Societies Act was authorized. Undoubtedly, Maharashtra is the most evolved state in the nation. There is not really any town in the state which stays immaculate by the co-usable development and barely any significant monetary movement that isn’t secured under a co-employable crease. The co-employable development in Maharashtra is supported by a three-level co-usable credit structure, in charge of which is The Maharashtra State Co-usable Bank Limited (MSCB). At the center level are 31 District Central Co-usable Banks (DCCBs) and at the base level, more than 21085 Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) are working.


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The MSC Bank fills in as an adjusting community for the surplus assets of co-agents in the state and along these lines guarantees their multifaceted advancement and flourishing. Obviously that MSC Bank is the greatest co-employable bank in the nation. Moreover, it is the main co-employable bank in India which has figured multiple times among the best 1000 banks on the planet based on budgetary sufficiency (Capital Adequacy) as studied by ‘The Banker’ distributed from London, intermittently. The bank is recorded in Schedule II of RBI Act 1934.

The twin targets of MSCB is to advance and engender the formation of a Co-employable Commonwealth through financial change of the network by following co-usable standards by receiving majority rule implies. It implies end of individual benefit, appropriation of surplus profit as indicated by the built up law and customary practice and preparation to work for a typical reason.

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The matter of this Bank will be continued and oversaw by chose Board of Directors. The most extreme number of chose individuals from the Board will not surpass twenty one. At any rate TWO executives on the Board of Directors of the Bank should meet the criteria of master chief referenced in Bye-law 2(i). The Board meets as frequently as might be essential, however in any event once in two months and activities in general authority over the working of the Bank. From the Board of Directors, are established three sub-advisory groups, viz. Advance Committee, Executive Committee and Staff Committee.

Advance Committee considers Loan proposition, demands for opening inland and remote letters of credit, issuance of bank ensures in the interest of co-agents and different constituents.

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Official Committee considers issues like confirmation of individuals, distribution, move and recovery of portions of the Bank and other managerial and working operational issues.

Staff Committee chooses matters only identified with staff, for example, enrollment, arrangements, advancements, preparing needs and so forth.

The initial two boards of trustees meet on the other hand once in a fortnight, while the staff advisory group is relied upon to meet quarterly. The General Body of Members meets once in a year. The everyday working of the Bank is administered by the Managing Director with the assistance of senior partners.


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Leading body of Administrators comprising of 2 individuals had been named by state Government to carry on business of the bank since seventh May 2011 till third July 2015.Thereafter ,3 new individuals were named by the state Government to carry on the matter of the bank from fourth July 2015 till date.


Throughout the years, MSCB has been blessed in having the direction of famous characters in various different backgrounds. To make reference to a couple of are effective representatives like the late Mr. Lallubhai Samaldas, Mr. Vaikunthbhai Mehta, Mr. V. D. Thackersey and scholarly people like teacher D. G. Karve, Dr. Dhananjayrao Gadgil and Mr. R. G. Saraiya who have helped the Bank to develop in stature and quality.

The Bank was initially enrolled as The Bombay Central Co-usable Bank Limited in 1911. Be that as it may, it’s fore-sprinter The Bombay Urban Co-employable Credit Society was framed on 23-01-1906. With the progression of time, the Bank experienced a couple of protected changes before it gained the present status, viz. The Maharashtra State Co-employable Bank Ltd. (Consolidating the Vidarbha Co-usable Bank Ltd.) on 1-5-1961 under the Registration No. 359 after the rearrangement of states on the semantic premise. It is intriguing to take note of that because of established changes, The Bombay Central Co-usable Bank Ltd. got known as The Bombay Provincial Co-usable Bank Ltd. in 1923, which from 1952 was perceived as The Bombay State Co-usable Bank Ltd.



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