Indian Exim Bank jobs for OC Credit Administration in . Last Date to apply: 06 Aug 2022
OC Credit Administration
Indian Exim Bank
Posted: 25 Jul 22
Exim Bank Officer Vacancy Notification
ADVERTISEMENT NO: HRM/OC/2022-23/02
- All India.
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- What are the job requirements to apply for this OC Credit Administration job position?
- Ans: A candidate must have a minimum of fresher as an OC Credit Administration
- What is the qualification for this job?
- Ans: The candidate can be a Graduate from any of the following: MBA/PGDM
- What is the hiring Process of this job?
- Ans: The hiring process all depends on the company. Normally for an entry level, hiring the candidate has to go for Aptitude, GD (If they look for communication),Technical test and face to face interviews.
- This OC Credit Administration is a work from home job?
- Ans: No ,its not a Work from Home Job.
- How many job vacancies are opening for the OC Credit Administration position?
- Ans: There are immediate 2 job openings for OC Credit Administration in our Organisation.
- Who is eligible to apply for this OC Credit Administration job?
- Ans: The mentioned job is open to both Male and Female candidates.
Role hr admin
Who can apply Freshers
Hiring Process Face to Face Interview
Employment TypeFull Time
Exim Bank of India represents a rare case of an institution where the concept and need for such an institution had been debated for a long period-more than two decades – before it was finally set up in 1982. The two decades prior to the establishment of Exim Bank witnessed significant changes in the industrial and the trade scenario. Indian exports during the fifties and the early sixties consisted of primary commodities and traditional manufactures like jute and cotton textiles. The dominant viewpoint was that in India’s case, expansion in domestic demand alone could realistically serve as the engine for economic growth, since export expansion opportunities were limited and there were fundamental constraints (like inadequate infrastructure) to export growth. The ideology relating to the manufacturing sector was to promote industrialization through import substitution. As a result, the export sector remained neglected with a small share in India’s GDP.
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