I presume that your question is about the career scope in banking.
One can enter banking through
IBPS entrance exams for public sector banks
Diploma in banking courses which certain banks offer in conjunction with Sikkim Manipal School of Banking
Applying through job portals
Posting resumes on banks' websites
using your contacts in private sector banks
Banking is going digital, and the opportunities in branch banking will decrease. Some banks are already reducing the staff in branch banking. It helps if you are a techie, or good in sales. Backend jobs in data analytic
Entry into public sector banks has a age limit of28, with a relaxation for certain categories. Check your eligibility.
A private bank may employ you, but will look at the experience you carry in any field, or your business mobilization capability.
From your question, I find the following information:
You are one post graduate having MCA degree
You are willing to work in an organisation basing upon the educational background and after two years you are willing to join a bank
1. What is a guarantee that you will be getting a job after completion of your postgraduation degree? In case if you get a job, it is good for you to have experience in office atmosphere. You can improve your communication ability, interpersonal relationship, organising things and many more, This experience will help you during your second career
2. After two y
If you doing B.Com. opt for Banking and Accountancy as subjects,
IT Officers are by and large posted in Central Office, Zonal Office or Regional Offices of banks. Check if your home state has any one of these.
BTW, a successful career in a public sector bank needs that one should be mobile. Transfers become a necessity, as you forge ahead in your career,
If you would like to continue in the same line, you may opt for a
Certified Financial Planner (CFP) is a comprehensive course for wealth management.
Individually, you will have to clear the AMFI and IRDA exams to qualify as an advisor for MF or LI.
If you wish to work in Collections or Recovery of loans, you need to clear the Debt Recovery Agent (DRA) examination.
If you are already working in a bank, take up the JAIIB examination.
Banking careers start after graduation, or after a MBA.
Public sector banks recruit through the IBPS entrance examinations, and through the Diploma in Banking courses offered in conjunction with Sikkim Manipal University.
Private banks recruit from the campus, through posting vacancies on job portals and through references. Some banks like ICICI also partner with Sikkim Manipal, for recruitment of Probationary Officers.
The new payment banks and small finance banks will prefer people from a tech background, owing to the digital nature of their banking.
There are various profiles in branch bank
If you wish to enter the field of banking, by all means, you should.
Choose the course with care. MBA courses offer a specialization in Banking & Finance.
Diploma in Banking courses are offered by Sikkim Manipal University in conjunction with banks, with assured employment at entry level. TimesPro also offers a similar course, but without a job guarantee.
Banking ke liye minimum graduation ki zaroorat hoti hai - kisi bhi stream mein.
Aapko science, commerce, jo nhi aasan lagta ho, pehle usme B.Com, B.Sc, BBA kar lijiye.
Bachelor of Vocational Training courses combine academics with skill development in certain sectors. Check out the following weblinks
A B.Voc in Banking Operations means that you will be prepared for a back-office job in the banking sector. Banking operations encompass all the transactions made in a bank, pertaining to their various business streams. The Ops team has to execute transactions, draw reports, analyze trends, submit MIS statements, ensure fraud prevention, errors and security of data - all in complianc