Balmer Lawrie and Company Limited has announced a notification for the recruitment of Assistant Manager Posts. Candidates who are interested and meet all eligibility criteria can read the Official Notification of Balmer Lawrie Recruitment 2020 and can apply online through the Official Website or from the link given below.
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|Balmer Lawrie Notification 2020
|Name of the Organization||Balmer Lawrie and Company Limited|
|Type of the Organization||Government|
|Job Location||All Over India or Abroad|
|Official Website||Balmer Lawrie Recruitment|
|Official Notification||Balmer Lawrie Notification|
|Balmer Lawrie Eligibility 2020|
|S. No.||Name of the Post||Age Limit as on 09/03/2020||Educational Qualification|
Max Age: 32 years
Full-time regular Degree in Engineering (excluding part-time / correspondence/ distance learning), AMIE and BSc Engineering / 2 years full time regular Post Graduate Degree in Management/ MBA/ MSW (excluding part time/ correspondence) / CA / ICWA / CS.
Max Age: 37 years
Max Age: 42 years
Max Age: 45 years
Max Age: 47 years
|6.||Associate Vice President||
Max Age: 51 years
|Balmer Lawrie Vacancy 2020|
|S.No.||Name of the Post||No. of Posts|
|1.||Associate Vice President||01|
To Apply Online for Balmer Lawrie Recruitment 2020
1. Visit the Balmer Lawrie Recruitment 2020 Official Website.
2. Go to Careers Menu and Click on Current Openings.
3. Select the Relevant Post Notification.
4. Click on Apply Online.
5. For New User, Click on Register Now.
6. After Registration, Log in with User and Password.
7. Enter all the required details in the Online Application Form.
8. Click on Submit.
9. Take a print out of Online Application for future use.
|Question of the Day|
|Who was recently appointed as the new Finance Secretary of India?|
|A. Ajay Narayan Jha||B. Debasish Panda|
|C. Rajiv Kumar||D. Krishnamurthy Subramaniam|
|Answer: Debasish Panda|
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