Aviyan Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited is a national-level financial institution licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank to conduct Class D financial transactions. The main goal of this organization is to contribute to the economic prosperity of the country by providing financial awareness, financial literacy, financial access, entrepreneurship, and all the services of microfinance to the areas and classes where financial services are not available. Due to the requirement for skilled staff in the vacancies as per the details in this organization; applications are invited from qualified, enthusiastic, and result-oriented Nepali citizens.
|Senior Assistant||Few||Intermediate / 10+2 with two years of experience in relevant fields.|
|Assistant||Few||Intermediate / 10+2 with one year experience in relevant field.|
|Junior Assistant Trainee||Few||SLC/SEE|
Age limit: Completed 18 years in the assistant category and not exceeding 35 years. However, in the case of the female applicants, the upper age will be increased by 5 years.
Salary Allowance: Will be as per the rules of the organization.
Place of work: Offices designated by the organization
Documents to be submitted with the application: duly filled application form and biodata, certificate of citizenship, photo and educational qualifications as well as documents related to the specified period of open experience.
Last date to apply: Within 15 days from the date of first publication.
Application Forms and Syllabus Available: This can be downloaded from the central office of this organization, Panauti Municipality Ward No. 8 Panauti Central Office, or also from the website: www.aviyanlaghubitta.com.
Shortlist publication, type, date, and place of examination: will be published in the central office of the institution.
The application form can be submitted by email at email@example.com or at the central office of this organization.
Types of Exams: Field Concepts and Interviews
Aviyan Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited
Registered Office: Panauti Municipality-08, Kavrepalanchok,
Phone: 011-441027 / 011-441028
(First published on 2078-04-22)