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
The normal course after a B.Tech are engineering jobs.
However, if you would like to do something different, the B.Tech just serves as a basic graduate qualification. You are eligible to apply for armed forces, banking or other jobs.
Teaching requires specialized qualifications like a post graduate degree, Ph.D, NEET or B.ed.
Hello Sebastian.. MBA is a good option for BCom graduate.. you may can join in leading institutes like IIM, SRM university, Lovely Professional University, Christ university etc and find best career options.
It means that you have been selected for the Operations stream.
This involves back-office jobs related to opening and closing of accounts, executing transactions, MIS reports, system security measures, checks for fraud prevention etc.
As long as you have cleared all papers, you are eligible for applying, subject to the minimum percentage of marks specified in the recruitment ad.
Check if the eligibility is for
graduates with a minimum percentage of 50% or 55%.
Be prepared to answer questions on why you couldn't clear your exams in the first attempt, during the interview.
I am really sad to hear that having spent two whole years in preparing for the bank exams, you could not make it. This also indicates that you are very much interested and inclined towards making your career in banking sector. Hope you had enrolled your self in a bank exam preparation coaching institute to give you practice, confidence and guidance.
Now that two years are gone and there seems nothing in sight, we should take another route to get into banking jobs. Please note that now you should aim for banking jobs in private banks since in public sector banks recruitments are
Nice to see your aspiration and ambition to join banks for a job and career. But why do you ask specifically about cashier jobs? Anyways... you need to be a graduate first for any kind of good job in a bank whether public sector or private banks. Therefore I would suggest you to concentrate on your graduation studies first and get a first class (first class is mandatory).
To enter into the public sector banks as clerks, officers, probationary officers, one needs to give the IBPS exam. IBPS is a central authority which conducts bank exams for the above category of employees based
The selection procedure has been mentioned on the following RBI link:
The details of work profile, salary etc. are given here
There are three routes to recruitment
Appear for the entrance examinations for Clerks and Probationary Officers held by various banks, in association with Banking Services Recruitment Board.
Find a job in a private sector bank, by applying on their websites, or through contacts. It will help to have a MBA here.
Enrol for the Banking Diploma courses offered by institutes like TimePro, Sikkim Manipal etc., which offer a guarantee of employment after completion of the course.
It will help to acquire a fundamental knowledge of banking, and strengthen your skills with some online banking courses.
You qualify to appear for the entrance examinations for public sector banks.
If you wish to take up further courses, take up a MBA with a specialization in Finance, Banking or Insurance.
You may consider enrolling for CFA if that interests you. It will help you in getting core finance jobs.
Courses in investment banking or treasury management will also get you elite slots in banking.
There are many best courses available in the commerce career stream, however for me what important is in which aspects or skills you are best in. Since you are in the second year of BCom course and nearing graduation, you can do short term courses in basic computer skills (MS Office, Internet), learning programming languages like Java, C++, etc. Reading business and general news is very essential for a commerce student and commerce career aspirant.
Apart from this, I would strongly suggest that you should be very clear about your aptitude, competencies, skills and innate ab