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Axis Bank Recruitment Notification 2017 Apply Application Form

Candidates are searching for Axis Bank Recruitment 2017. Lots of candidates are waiting for job opportunity in Banks and for that they are searching jobs in Axis Bank. 29 more words

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Axis Bank Recruitment Notification 2017 Apply Online Application Form

Now we know candidates are looking to see the information of Axis Bank Recruitment so this will allow for you a soon as possible on the main page. 30 more words

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Premises for banking retail and showrooms

Large and mid sized ground floor retail banking premises available in high congressional areas with maximum visibility at Thane. Where already existing MNC clients are Starbucks, Cafe Coffee Day, Subway, Dominoz, SBI, Indian Bank, ICICI bank, Andhra Bank, Novartis, TCS etcs. 65 more words

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Decoding Cash Withdrawal Fee: Do Private Banks Want Only Millennials as Customers?

If you are the kind who likes to visit his or her bank branch regularly to withdraw or deposit cash, the message from the big three new generation private sector banks (ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank) is very clear. 573 more words

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Banks to levy Rs 150 after 4 cash transactions, Twitter users say not fair

LATEST NEWS – Banks, including HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank, from March 1 started imposing a minimum charge of Rs 150 per transaction for cash deposits and withdrawals beyond four free transactions in a month. 213 more words

Get rid of 3-month notice period: Techies ask govt to ease quitting process

Single-digit hikes in the coming financial year, low job mobility plague sector’s employees

 

#LATEST: The government should make it easier for IT professionals, who are expecting single-digit hikes in the coming financial year, to exit their jobs, an online petition signed by over 28,000 professionals has demanded, reported The Economic Times on Thursday. 272 more words