How will be this possible to become a SI or Bank PO being a candidate from 3rd year of B.Tech in EC?

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RE: How will be this possible to become a SI or Bank PO being a candidate from 3rd year of B.Tech in EC?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Hello Dear Aspirant,

A warm welcome to

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.

Banking sector is one of the fastest growing sector in India. Banking sector is considered to be one of the safest and the Secured career option. Banking is a top preferred career option by the commerece students whereas the students from the other faculty can also make a career option in this field.


The candidate can make  a career in the Banking Sector either in the Public or the Private Banking Sector. Both the Public and Private Banking are growing rapidly. In Bank one can make a career as Clerk,PO,IT Officer, Law Officer etc.


In order to make a career as Bank PO or Clerk one needs to meet the following eligibility criteria-

1. A candidate must have completed a Graduation Degree from any stream from a recognised University.

2. Should be an Indian or Subject to Nepal,Bhutan.

3. Age -20-30 years; 5 years age relaxation for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC and 10 years for Disabled Person.

SO you need to complete your B.Tech then you get eligible to appear for the Bank Exam. I would Advice you to go for the Bank PO exam this will give a good career.

If you are planning to make a career as PO then you have two options to make a career - if you desire to make a career in SBI Bank then you need to give SBI PO exams whereas if you are planning to make a career in rest government banks then you need to give an IBPS PO exams.

I hope you find this information useful and helpful.

Wish you Good Luck

Feel free to get in touch again.

Thank You

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh Kapote

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