Dear Aspirant, BBA, Animation and Real Estate, all these courses and qualification wont give you a job in banking sector, since for the simple reason that you do not know banking theoretically at all. Can I know why the stress on banking sector only for a job? BBA is a good under graduate qualification, but can be useful only when you do Masters in Management or Banking Finance. An MBA in Finance / Banking is required. You can also appear for Po or IBPS examinations to enter into the public sector banks. Looking at your previous qualifications, it appears that you are still confused what t

Dear Aspirant, Thanks for approaching us at [][1] For entering into the public sector banking, you [need to appear for IBPS examination][2] which is for clerical openings and PO exams which are for managerial level openings. For entering into the private banking, you need to be qualified either as a [CA][3] / [CS / CWA][4] / [MBA][5], etc. I suggest you to join coaching classes for the course you choose. To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo a [online psychometric test][6] from [][7] which will help you understan

Dear Sneha, I am very glad to see you approach for seeking guidance and clarifications for your career development. Let me assure that you have selected the right platform to get advice from. I think I can guide you considering my more than 10 years of experience in counselling and industry. I appreciate your query and very happy to see your inclination and ambition to study further inspite of difficulties. Sneha, I would suggest that a distance learning course would be ideal for you considering that you are working. If you can afford you should do Distance MBA may be from Sy

Dear Vishnu,Thanks for approaching [CareerGuide][1] for seeking guidance to your career concern. I am happy that you have chosen the right platform. [Banking sector][2] in India is of two types. One is [public sector banks][3] and another is private sector banks. Today private sector banks are at part with public sector banks and are now superseding the government banks in almost all aspects like employee strength, turnover, profits, margins, loans, deposits, etc.Choosing banking sector is a good thinking. If you wish to enter into public sector banks, then you need to appear for IBPS exam or

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Dear AspirantWelcome to CareerGuide.comWe are more than happy to guide you through to a proper career.I shall answer your question directly. Almost all public sector banks place the clerks in the following salary scale at the first stage of the grade.7200-8400-9900-12300-17200-18500-19300Starting basic salary will be Rs. 7200/-. Add with this your dearness allowance (DA) which is calculated according to the present available schemes. The dearness allowance changes are made almost every six months. Add House Rent Allowance. This house rent allowance differs from city to metropolitan. Altogether