Hello Pratibha..!! You have to complete your graduation first before applying for the banks. Banking sector is booming right now in India and it will be a good decision to get a job in such sector which is growing constantly. There are many ways through which you can get a job in the banking sector. Whether you are a fresher or an experienced professional. Now, banking sector in India is divided into two parts. The first one is the Public Sector Banks which are Government running banks like SBI, PNB, Bank of Baroda etc. To get a job in Public Sector there are no such courses to study. To get a

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For a career in the Banking sector any degree will do..however, if one has a commerce degree the job will be easier and more chances for further career development.. banking sector is open to agriculture (NABARD Grade A) or legal students too.. so go ahead.. nowadays there are few institutions who impart special coaching for candidates seeking jobs in banking sector.. utilize their services and get in as early as possible.. all the best

Hello Banking and finance is a lucrative [career option especially for students in business and commerce][1] concentration. You are definitely eligible to study any course related to Banking and finance after a basic bachelors degree. There are many options to study this course. But it does require high aptitude for maths and other numerical relations. To study a course in this stream then you have to choose any of the following options that best suits you. Diploma in Banking and finance: Some colleges offer Diploma in banking and finance for both 12th completed students and as well

Dear Aspirant, Thanks for approaching us at [CareerGuide.com!][1] Just on the basis of [BCom][2] I don't think you will get a job in a bank. you may get clerical jobs by appearing for IBPS exam. I think you should not waste [your MCA qualification][3]. MCA is required in corporate rather than banks. Banks outsource the IT work to IT companies. To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo an [online psychometric test][4] from [CareerGuide.com][5] which will help you understand yourself in respect of your strengths, weaknesses, emotional quotient, etc.

Hello My Dear... Your query is one of the common queries I have been getting for some years now. Therefore I would suggest that you that do not get tensed and worried due to your confusion. I am glad actually that you decided to approach CareerGuide for an expert guidance for your career confusion. I am sure you will benefit from this. My Dear please understand that BCom is very much a general course and not at all a specialised one. Specialised studies need to be done in post graduation and doctorate. Let me take one by one your doubts and confusions.. 1. You don't like 9-5 job. Please un

Hello If you want to get Bank Job then first you should select any one exam of IBPS. After that, check the complete details of this exam. If you want to get a post in Bank then you should prepare for IBPS RRB Exam. You can check the complete details through the above link.  Thank You!!

I'll get straight to the point. I'll list down the links of a few courses and how they'll benefit you: 1. Branch Relationship Manager program - This program will give you a detailed insight into retail banking banking products which is very important for your PO interviews. If you're applying for public sector banks, the knowledge from this course will help you crack the interview easily. A lot of public sector banks also provide a customized version of this as a pre-induction course for new joinees. Also, as a reputed certification course, this will be a powerful CV differentiator when applyi

Hello Meena, In short, you have three options for a banking careers: Public Sector Bank, Private Sector Bank, and RBI (yes, a completely different exams is held to join RBI). For private sector banks, you'll have to apply to each bank individually, preferably with a CV customized as per the job description to increase your chances. For Public sector banks, you'll have to clear a common written exam and personal interviews. For RBI also, there is a written exam and a series of interviews.  That's the gist of it. For more intricate details about each exam and how to apply for jobs, you can

Hello, Most of the Bank Jobs requires Graduation degree to apply. So in my opinion, you cannot apply for bank jobs after 12th. But you can apply for Railway Jobs after passing 12th Exam. There are various job opportunities for the 10th-12th passed candidates in Railways. Posts like Railway Group D, Railway Assistant Loco Pilot requires 10th pass qualification along with ITI certificate in relevant trade. So, you can opt for Railway Jobs after 12th.  To get the latest RRB Recruitment 2018 Notification, visit the link provided.

You are eligible to take the Common Proficiency Test for entrance to the CA course. Details here You may register for the ICWA course as well https://www.sarvgyan.com/courses/commerce/icwa Certifies Financial Planner is the third option https://www.icofp.org/google/cfp-certification-program.php?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cfp_course&utm_campaign=CFP-Delhi-Neha&gclid=Cj0KCQjwg7HPBRDUARIsAMeR_0jPEIhpiP4naXb0OmU4SQagYGynA4oOFoWvQ1YTYBCIatZkvZ8jI-waAouIEALw_wcB   MBA can be taken up after graduation, but you can enrol for coaching for the Common Entrance Test.

If certain technical qualifications can enhance your career, take them up. Banking will need techies in future, and not generalist profiles.

What are you doing at present? You need to complete graduation, preferably topped with a MBA, to enter the field of banking. If you are an engineer, banks need techies for their digital initiatives. If your choice is public sector banks, appear for the entrance examinations held by IBPS. Consider the Diploma in Banking offered by various banks in conjunction with Sikkim Manipal Institute of Banking. They offer assured placement at the end of the course. If you wish to enter private sector banks, the route is through campus recruitment for freshers. Register on job portals. Apply online. Start

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 Campus interviews 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