ICICI Bank Probationary Officer Recruitment Nov 2013 and Feb 2014 Important Dates

Probationary Officer Training Programme

Probationary Officer Training Programme is an initiative of ICICI Bank
to attract young talent who wish to pursue a career in banking. It is
designed to develop specialists with banking knowledge and skills to
fulfill the future need of trained bankers.
It is a one year full time residential training programme, conducted
at ICICI Manipal Academy campus, Bangalore. Applicants joining the
Probationary Officer Training Programme will be enrolled for MBA in
Banking and Finance with Manipal University, an UGC recognized

Selection Process

The selection process for Probationary Officer will consists of
Online Aptitude test
Online Psychometric Assessment
Case-based Group Discussion (GD)
Personal Interview (PI)

How to Apply
Applications for the PO recruitment of ICICI bank have to be submitted
only through their website www.icicicareers.com

Important Dates
Last date for Online registration for the Aug 2013 batch: 30th June 2013
Last date for payment for Aug 2013 batch: 31st July 2013

Educational News:To get PG Degree, Rural posting compulsory for MBBS doctors

To get PG Degree, Rural posting compulsory for MBBS doctors

From the next academic session 2014-15, all the MBBS doctors who want
to sit for PG Entrance exam will now have to go for one-year rural
posting before the exam which has been made compulsory.

In order to improve rural healthcare in India, the Government has
decided to make it mandatory for all MBBS graduates to undergo one
year rural posting.

The decision came after two years of deliberations, as the earlier
proposal of increasing the duration of the MBBS course to include a
rural posting for doctors was scuttled after stiff opposition.

Doctors are unwilling to work in rural areas leading to people queuing
up in city hospitals.

The Health Ministry and the country's medical education regulator
(MCI) has been toying with the idea of compulsory rural posting for
doctors for quite some time to help improve medical facilities in the
rural hinterland of the country.