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Mr. Sachin jakhar has a diverse experience in various banking profile, he is a wealth management expert.Currently he is a vice president at Professional School of India Banking. he is also an experienced content design expert.with such varied experience in banking and finance he had been providing students with expert career counselling advise and career opportunities

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I understand that the reason for such a question is the fact that now days, graduate and post graduate freshers are getting similar roles in banking industry. The reason for this is the fact that normally skills required for Bank officer are very generic and hence PG degree or MBA is not mandatory.But there are always two aspect to a job:1. Minimum eligibility2. Skills required for performanceNow min. eligibility for a bank officer is graduation.Up-to this point you will think MBA is not relevant, but just wait till we discuss point 2.Now according to me following are the key skills for a Bank

Answered by: Sachin Jakhar, Vice President at Professional School of Indian Banking, on February 13, 2014
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A typical salary structure will depend on the type of bank one is employed at. A person can be bank officer in a Private bank or a public sector bank (also called PO or probationary officer). In a private sector bank, like ICICI, HDFC, YES, AXIS etc. the salary is range bound. That is there is a scope of negotiation and hence it will differ from bank to bank and in some cases employee to employee.The range is 1.8 LPA (Lacs per annum) - 2.75 LPA. Private sector bank and companies work on CTC (cost to company basis). Hence the compensation/package is given on per annum basis. In hand s

Answered by: Sachin Jakhar, Vice President at Professional School of Indian Banking, on February 07, 2014