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Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach

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Reena Saxena comes with 25+ years experience in the BFSI sector. She has handled several portfolios in HR, Branch Banking, Business Development, Product Management and Channel Management She has switched careers to being a Career & Image Coach, through her initiative ReInventions. http://reinventions.in If you are looking for a direction, the answers all lie within you. We can only throw light on the relevant areas, and help you find your solutions. Personalized coaching available for students in shaping their personality. mid-career professionals looking for a change and women wanting to return to work after a break.

 Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, is a career counsellor based at Gurgaon, Haryana area. View all career counsellors from Gurgaon

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Experience
  • Positions in Training, Product & Channel Management, Branch Management

    Banks and Insurance Companies ,1986 - 2015

Education
  • SIBM, Pune

    MMS (Finance) ,1992 - 1995

Certification
  • Coaching

    Growmore Coaching ,2015

  • Soft Skills Training

    Scottish Qualifications Authority ,2015

  • Train the Trainer

    National Accreditation Board for Education and Technology ,2015

  • Image Consultancy

    ICBI with Conselle Institute of Image Management, UK ,2015

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Are you preparing for CAT, or are you already enrolled in a MBA course? If you are preparing for CAT, join a coaching institute. It is not necessary that a MBA leads to a MNC job. Be prepared to avail of the best opportunities that come your way.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 3 days ago
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You need to define 'abroad' - which countries are you targeting? Find recruitment or migration consultants who can assist you in your search. Another method is to enrol for a course in Canada, US or Europe. Studying there takes you to the channels of getting into a job.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 3 days ago
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The requirements for entry into a Masters in International Business is a graduate degree in any discipline. You need to clear the entrance test, Group discussion and Interview requirements. It is an intensive course, so a willingness to work hard and learn new things is needed.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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If you wish to take up teaching, follow it up with a NEET exam and Ph.D. You can get a job while doing Ph.D. If you wish to enter the corporate sector in administrative or business management positions, go for a MBA. If you are good at accountancy, go for CA/ICWA/CPA/CFA/CMA. Company Secretary is also an option.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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If you want to enter the Accountancy field, the commonest courses are Chartered Accountant (CA) Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Cost Accountant (ICWA) Analyze your capabilities, interest, resources and the job opportunities in the field, before you enrol for a course. All will need intensive study, much more than what you do in MBA.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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Foreign universities will check your GMAT and TOEFL/IELTS scores. Do well in those exams. There is a multitude of universities offering courses in different fields, at different prices. Research online, or meet a counselor who specializes in Study Abroad advice. You will find a course somewhere.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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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.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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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

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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There are certification courses in KYC-AML, by Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, and Riskpro. Get one of those certifications and apply for entry level jobs. You may also apply fpr Internal Job Transfer postings in your bank.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on 6 days ago
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Welcome to Career Guide! Take an online test to assess your inherent strengths, or choose the right stream.  Speak to a career counselor, but remember that s/he will need details of what have you done so far, what do you like doing, your ambitions and dreams, and resources at your disposal, before giving you the right advice.

Answered by: Reena Saxena , Founder - ReInventions (Professional Banker, Career & Image Coach, on September 14, 2017