Stability in the field of Banking jobs in India
Normally any employee working in any sector today takes up the career to seek the job which will not only provide monetary satisfaction but along with it whether there is a continuous growth opportunity and security for his/her in that job has been analyzed before. When we talk of career opportunities in India, the major option to choose is of banking sector. Banking jobs in India are much more preferred because they not only provide good packages along with it various other benefits but also provide continuous growth opportunity as well as job security. Today the career in banking sector is not only meant for commerce or finance graduates but any graduate from different streams could take banking as career.
India is today providing number of career openings not only in public and private sector but also in multinational banks as it’s one among the economy with fastest growth every year. Reserve bank of India (RBI) acts as a center which regulates all the banks under it. The control of RBI have resulted in stability and achieving profits in all financial institutes and banks in India.
Today the banking sector is in the search of qualified professional, if the candidate is well versed computer knowledge, have good communication, able to analyze projects and is able to build good relations with the customers, the banking jobs open the door for such job-seeker. The recruitment process for public sector banks all over India takes place through written examination and in person interviews. The career openings in this sector are not only for graduates but a 12th pass student who have some computer literacy can also apply for the clerical post. Graduates have openings for the post of probationary officers and if you are masters, then special management posts are available in IT, finance, marketing and other. The promotion of candidate is their once he/she gains experience and accomplishes higher qualification. The basic salary at junior level in public sector will start from around Rs. 6000/- to Rs. 8000/- per month, whereas if you are at the senior level you get monthly approx Rs.25000/- to 30,000/-.
The previous history of banks shows that National School of Banking, an institute which was there to provide training to the capable aspirant and prepare them for National level bank exams. Currently Institute of Banking Personnel Selection plays the same role. Websites like ibps.in, bankbpo.in play a major role to help candidates to provide relevant information and prepare them for interviews. A candidate can seek previous year solved question papers and interview tips of senior candidates to crack the exam.
The question paper of banking exams in India consist of reasoning ability, arithmetic and numeric tests, general knowledge and English section. These are the common papers, along with it as per your job post question based on law; computers and many such could be included. A candidate needs to have quick decision ability with proper time management to successfully tackle the exam, because 225 questions nearly are to be solved in 150 minutes. Equal scoring in each section will make you to qualify for next round.
So, above all facts makes a clear understanding that the future of banking jobs in India is stable with good opportunity of growth for candidates.
Ronit Irabatti - About Author:
Ronit Irabatti is the author of this article. He has been demonstrating his writing skills by writing the articles for human research from last two years. He also has a keen interest in writing stuff for job related topics. He has written various articles on Banking jobs. He specialized in coverage of HR marketing.
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