The banking sector boasts many options for safe careers
The banking sector is the third most preferred career sector among the youth of the country after engineering and medical. The craze in the youth for jobs in this area has been there for the last several years. Especially in government and public sector banks like State Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, Punjab National Bank, etc., there is a lot of enthusiasm among the youth for jobs. Bank Probationary Officer job role is considered to be one of the most attractive jobs across the country. There is a reason for this. That along with a respectable position in this job, you get many facilities including stability, a good salary.
Also, in the private sector, banking-related jobs are considered better in terms of salary and career growth, because today banking is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country. Today, 27 banks are being operated in the public sector and 25 banks in the private sector in the country. Amidst the ever-increasing demand of banking professionals here, many aspirants do not know how jobs can be found in this field.
Basic eligibility for bank jobs
– The most important qualification required for the recruitment process in this field is to be a graduate with First Division. However, reserved category students get relaxation in educational requirements and age as per rules. There are mainly two positions for graduate students – a clerical and a probationary officer. These two positions have different educational qualifications.
In addition to the clerk in the clerical post, the clerk includes jobs such as clerk cum cashier, typist, steno, agricultural clerk, data entry operators. For this post, the candidate must be 12th from the first division and graduate. Though 12th pass for this post in many banks
This is often enough, but in this case, a diploma degree with a strong practical knowledge candidate is hired. The age of the candidate should be between 18 to 28 years. In some banks, the maximum age is 25 years or even less.
Probationary Officer :
The candidate selected for this post is put on probation during the training period and is hired on the successful completion of that period. Applicants for this post must be between 21 and 30 years old. Also, it is also necessary for the candidate to be a graduate from a recognized university with 55 or 60 percent marks. Computers (especially MS Office) should also have good knowledge.
This is how to enter private sector banks
It is often believed that private banks are hiring from top B-schools but this is not true. Apart from direct hiring, 30 percent of private banks in the country recruit through IBPS and CWE (Common Riton Examination). These include banks which also They are multinational and have branches in the country. After clearing IBPS or CWE, candidates can apply directly to the respective bank’s websites. HDFC, ICICI, Axis Bank, Indian Bank among private banks located in the country. Foreign banks like Standard Chartered, American Express, Bank of America, Royal Bank of Scotland, Citibank are not located in the country or are limited to some metro cities. If you want to work in International Bank, for this you should get in touch with a career coach, mentor or recruitment consultant who can help you in this field.
Other jobs in the banking sector
– This sector also includes jobs like clerks, probationary officers, assistant managers, managers, as well as jobs like financial managers, bill and account collectors, bank tellers, loan officers, financial service representatives, bookkeeping and audit clerks.
How to prepare?
– Aspirants preparing for jobs in the banking sector should keep checking their knowledge on various subjects including General Knowledge, Aptitude and Reasoning, Computer Basics, English. Along with this, prepare according to the syllabus provided for any job and keep taking your tests continuously, so that the skills can become stronger.
Access to public sector bank
To get a job in government banks, you have to get institutions related to this field like the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), State Bank of India (SBI), Reserve Bank of India (RBI), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD). The exam
Have to clear.
– This institute conducts the Common Examination for the posts like Assistant PO and Specialist Officers in RRBs under Bank PO, Clerk Cadre Group A (Scale First, Second and Third) and Group B.
– State Bank of India takes examinations for itself and for posts like clerks and probationary officers in subsidiary banks.
– Reserve Bank of India conducts the exam for the appointment of Grade B officers.
NABARD recruits Grade A and Grade B officers for the posts of Assistant Manager and Manager in the country. It takes an active part in filling the posts of rural banks.