SEBI Recruitment 2018: Over 100 posts offered; know how to apply

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 19 September 2018, 12:07 PM
SEBI Recruitment 2018: Over 100 posts offered; know how to apply (Representational Image)
SEBI Recruitment 2018: Over 100 posts offered; know how to apply (Representational Image)

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has released an official notification for the posts of Grade-A Officer and Assistant Manager. The last date to apply for the same has been set for October 7.

"Candidates are permitted to apply for posts in multiple streams as per their educational qualifications. Separate on-line application for each stream will have to be submitted and requisite fee is to be paid for each application," reads the official notice.

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SEBI Recruitment 2018: Posts offered

Vacant posts: 120 

  1. General stream: 84 posts
  2. Legal stream: 18 posts
  3. Engineering stream: 10 posts
  4. IT stream: 8 posts

SEBI Recruitment 2018: Eligibility Criteria 

General stream: Master’s Degree in any discipline, Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary, Chartered Financial Analyst, Cost & Work Accountant.

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Legal stream: Bachelor’s degree in law.

Engineering stream: For civil engineer posts candidate needs to have Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and for the electrical engineering posts candidate needs to have a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. 

IT stream: Graduate in electrical engineering, Masters in computer application, graduate in any discipline with post graduate qualification (minimum 2 years duration) in IT.

SEBI Recruitment 2018: Age limit

Age of the candidate should not exceed 30 years.

SEBI Recruitment 2018: Application fee

  1. Unreserved and OBC (NCL): Rs 850
  2. SC/ ST: Rs 100

SEBI Recruitment 2018: Selection process

SEBI would select the officers through a written examination followed by an interview.

First Published: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 11:47 AM
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