Getting qualified in the banking examination and then working with a bank is a matter of honor and an immense proud. The bank is divided into three sub-categories named as The Private Sector, The Public Sector, and The Regional Rural Banks.
IDBI, ICICI, HDFC, Axis Bank, Yes Bank and others come into Private Sector while SBI, Bank of Maharashtra, Central Bank of India, SBBJ and others fall under Public Sector. The eligibility criteria, age limit, application form and other information regarding banking jobs will soon be published on the official website of banks.
Banks provide an excellent opportunity to candidates aspiring to join banking sector. All they need to do is to keep looking for notifications and announcements as made by leading banks. Working with the banks is itself a great opportunity and builds up greater career options.
Banking jobs are highly recommended as well as demanded because they give prestige and a secured future. Banks also provide their workers with good allowances and time to time governmental benefits. Various candidates are moving towards banks for a brighter career and reaching the pinnacle of success.
Eligibility Criteria for Upcoming Bank Jobs in 2016
- Aspiring candidates must be graduated from a well-recognized university.
- Aspiring candidates must have great knowledge in the subjects of mathematics and accountancy.
Selection Procedures of Banking Jobs: Candidates preparing for the banking jobs must be in touch with the regular updates of banking news. There are many banks in the country, and each bank releases recruitment notifications every year.
Candidates are requested to apply for their desired posts as per their eligibility via online or offline mode depending on their convenience. To get a job in the banking sector, candidates must go through the following stages as set by banking selection board:
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS): IBPS provides training to the candidates seeking their career in banking sector. It also conducts examination for them. The marks scored by candidates in this examination are considered of importance by the banks at the time of recruitment.
Written Exam: The written examination is conducted by the bank itself so as to examine the knowledge and skills of the candidate in various subjects such as English Language, Mathematics, General Knowledge and Financial Markets.
Personal Interview: The personal interview is conducted after the candidate qualifies written-examination. Candidates who successfully clear the written examination are called upon by the bank for personal interview session in which interviewers check the efficiency and the personality of the candidates.
Appointment Letter: Candidates are provided with the appointment letter once they quality all the selection rounds and procedures as set by the selection board.
Training: The training of six months will be provided to candidates in which they learn how to work and co-operate with a bank. The performance of the candidates is examined clearly. The candidates are provided with a salary of Rs.12000/- per month while their training period. Their salary will increase once they are shifted to their posting region.
|Bank Name||Posts||Qualification||Last Date|
|State Bank of India Recruitment 2016||2428||Graduate||12th August 2016|
|Bank of India Recruitment 2016||539||Graduate||30th August 2016|
|Allahabad Bank of Patiala Recruitment 2016||60||10th/12th/Graduate||30th August 2016|