Theg-factors of the 265 and 280 keV levels have been measured to be 0.61±0·16 and 0·30±0·05 respectively. The PAC technique was used for the measurements. In addition, the half-life of the 280 keV level has been remeasured to beT1/2=0·32±0·02 ns using γ-γ delayed coincidences. Electromagnetic properties of the various levels calculated on the core-particle coupling model agree with the experimental results. The results are compared with other existing theoretical calculations.