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The bank jobs are one of the most desirable and lucrative jobs in today's economic era. Banks are the basic requirement for an individual of a country. In India, the banking sector is divided into private sector banking and public sector banking. The recruitment for both these sectors banks is based on some common exam for different posts.
The exam for posts is IBPS PO exam, IBPS clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI PO, SBI clerk, RBI assistant. To get into any bank, you first need to have a graduation degree in any discipline then you are eligible for any bank job.
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Some of the tips for the banking exam are as follows which will help you to get into the bank:
1. Choose the post for which you want to go such as IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk or IBPS RRB. Study according to it.
2. Study according to the latest IBPS PO syllabus as it is the highest rank post through the exam in IBPS.
3. Join any coaching and practice as much as you can. Without which you will not be able to crack any of these exams.
4. Keep track of the scores achieved in mock tests. You will be able to identify your areas of strength and weakness with the help of these tests.
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.
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From job point of view, there is no difference. Choose whichever is available at a good institution.
It may be the reason that the industry in which you worked at Wells Fargo which is Banking and Financial service provider can be the issue for you. Other wise MNC culture is very vibrant.
You can do one thing. Use your experience of working at Wells FArgo and apply at some other company other than the above mentioned domain. Also you may for MBA in Finance if you are interested, full time.
Once you have your MBA finance + 3 years of experience, you would get a better opportunity in 2020 as a Financial analyst or a Business Analyst at a better package.
B.Com. is having all the routine commerce subjects like Accounts, Finance, Economics, Stats, Business Management etc.
In BBA, this "Business Management" subject would take the front seat and rest subject would be covered along with Marketing, IT, Finance, HR, Operations etc.
B.Com. + MBA is better than BBA + MBA.
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Best of luck!
It would be great if you B.Com. as it can lead you to M.Com. + All other avenues available for BBA.
If you do not like Maths Or accounts and all, then BBA is a good option.
You can continue through Distance learning, If you have to work to meet the financial needs. Try to do it from IGNOU as it is the oldest and has got the reputation better than many of the private institutions.
Best of luck.