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UCO Bank declared final Result of Probationary Officers (PO) 2012

May 18, 2012 11:11 IST

UCO Bank announced final result for recruitment of 1100 Probationary Officers on 17 May 2012. The list of these selected candidates was prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Common Written Examination (CWE) and interview held.

UCO Bank Final Result 2012

The bank will soon issue Appointment letters to selected candidates with instructions to join on 14 June 2012. Selected candidates are instructed to convey their consent for joining the post positively on the said date mentioning their "Name" & "Roll No." to the following e-mail address: ucoporec2012@gmail.com. This confirmation is to be sent within 7 days of this notification. Induction training for selected candidates will be arranged immediately after joining.

The candidates are required to bring their original certificates, three sets of duly attested testimonials, photographs and other related papers to be produced at the time of joining.

UCO Bank is a public sector bank and is headquartered in Kolkata. Mr. GD Birla, the doyen of Indian Industrial renaissance, conceived the idea of a commercial bank after the historic ‘Quit India' movement in 1942. The bank has 35 regional offices and more than 2200 branches spread all over India with over 25000 employees.

 

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