When interested in banking, just go for banking related courses only and not just pursue general MBA.
You can either opt for pgdbf preferably Symbiosis, since it has a good educational ranking and placements or you could opt for a course in banking from Institute of Banking and Finance. Join a bank, understand its demand and then opt for anN MBA.
Wish you good luck...
Good question asked.
Please note after B. Pharma, you have the following options before you:
Opt for a masters degree in Pharmacy. After a masters degree, you would have opportunity in the research department, quality control, production and manufacturing department depending on your line of interest
You could opt for either Clinical research studies, Masters in Public health, MBA in Hospitality management, MBA in Pharmaceutical sciences too.
You could opt for a certificate or diploma in Quality control. Check:
You could opt for work directly if you do not wish to study at
Thanks for A2A..!!!
As per my opinion, it will not be a good idea to give up the job and start working in your interest field. It is also not a good idea to do the job in which you are not interested at all.I will suggest you find out what you actually want.There is a chance that you will go for next job and get bored in few years again.Maybe you are not trying to find out interesting in your job, you are not giving your best and doing the same work again and again.
Firstly find out where is the problem - in you or in your job.You are not giving your best or actually, it is the time to cha
It appears that you are bogged down by now due to over studies of the banking exams. It is December 2016 that means that you have spent almost 1.5 years in studying for the banking exams and not successful. It is not that every body who appears for the banking exams clears in the first attempt. Therefore if you are really still interested in the banking sector for a long term career, then you should try more by studying smartly.
If you wish to leave the banking sector and not sure what to choose, then I would strongly suggest that you take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.
A course when introduced in the market, definitely follows the market trend and future possibilites of success.
Please note that the scope of a course is purely based on 2 things. Firstly your basic qualification and secondly the job role one is targeting.
Someone with basic knowledge in accounts and finance or a banking graduate would definitely find this course beneficial.
Please do sit back and analyse before choosing a course.
Wish you good luck.....
If Hindi language is your preferred choice for your career as well, then definitely there is scope for being into the government service.
You can definitely apply for Hindi Officer vacancies in either State or Central Government or both.
Why are you afraid of work pressure or targets. Company cannot give you free time and also give you salary in return for sitting or relaxing. Companies expect you to justify the salary they pay you every moment.
Work pressures, work targets, less or more hectic schedule is a part of the job environment. Small or big, any organisation you join, these things will be there and cannot be avoided. Even if you get into your own business, then these things shall be there.
Banking and Payroll / HR are two different career choices and fields. Please do not compare. Also do not have the a
You can visit www.fpsbindia.org/scripts/CFPCertification.aspx for more details about the Certified Financial Planner Certification.
If you are interested in core financial analysis, then you can do Chartered Financial Analyst professional course offered by CFA Institute USA. www.cfainstitute.org is the web link.
Banking is a vast field and there are tremendous opportunities and scope for banking career aspirants.
1. At under graduate level, you can select BCom with Banking as specialisation.
2. You can opt for Chartered Accountancy course too and get jobs in banks.
3. At post graduate level, you can take up MBA Banking / Finance.
4. You can pursue banking courses from National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM).
5. You can appear for IBPS exams after graduation and get into banks as Probationary Officer, Clerks, Specialist Officers.
6. You can take up courses with Indian Institut
Appreciate your aspiration and the education and experience you have gathered till now.
As we have spoken, I wish to add that you can be also open to give the inter departmental exams and aim for CAIIB qualification which will give tremendous opportunity to shift from rural banks to nationalised/scheduled/state banks.
CAIIB qualification is also regarded as a good qualification in private banking.
If you wish to shift immediately, then I would suggest to hold on for one more year and then enrol for an Executive MBA in Finance & Banking. You may also opt for Treasury Manageme
if you want more details so go through this link Upcoming Bank Exams
Hi Raj, To become a custom officer, you need to give Combined Graduate Level Exam which is conducted by SSC (Staff Selection Commission). Eligibility criteria: A bachelor's degree from a recognised institute. Age should lie between 18 years-27 years. The examination is divided into two parts Preliminary exam and Main exam. Syllabus for Preliminary examination: General Intelligence & General Awareness (100 marks) Arithmetic (100 marks) Syllabus for Main examination: English Language (100 marks) Language Comprehension (English) (100 marks) Communication Skill & Writing Ability (2
The upper age limit is 28 years for any banking exams conducted by IBPS. 30 years of age is not allowed. You can apply to private banks instead.
What is your current educational qualification? What are you doing currently? If you let me know these details, I will be in a better position to guide you appropriately.
I feel, you should try for private banks and the private banking industry (when RBI is also issuing new banking licenses to private entities to start the banking business) is growing and there are more opportunities than public sector banks for jobs and growth. A good
I disagree with Ms. Pratibha.
You CANNOT apply for Bank jobs till you become a graduate degree holder from a recognised University.
12th pass CANNOT join banks for clerk positions at all.
Exams are held by IBPS according to the vacancies in the banks in the government sector. PO and Clerks and Specialist Officers Exams are conducted by IBPS.
Computer and Marketing knowledge
cannot be mastered if you are not a graduate. There are no courses to be done, however separate preparation for the above sub
To be in a bank, if you are aiming for private banks, then you should be an MBA or CA/CWA/CS/LLB. If you are aiming for public banks, you have to appear for IBPS exams
Some more options are:
Minimum graduation is required for entry into CID.
CID exams are conducted by individual states under their Public Service Commissions.
Nationalised Banks conduct PO/Clerk examinations through IBPS. www.ibps.in
I would not recommend a separate book for questions asked by PNB.
In the market there are books which cover all the subjects of the IBPS exam. You can buy them online.
LLB course will be of immense use if you wish to go into investigative agencies like CBI, CID, SEBI.
Eligibility for entering into CBI is Graduate apart from Fine Arts. So complete your graduation first will good percentage and if there are vacancies announced by Central Govt for CBI then you can apply to them