Jobs in Banking Sector

Every one out of three students that we come across in today’s time is looking out for a job in the banking sector. It seems very logical as every bank today, be it public or private is looking to expand business in India. With this enters fierce competition that make thousand of candidates apply for the post of Bank PO but only a few make it. The students should keep some points in mind while and coaching. The academic qualification of the candidate should be a degree in any discipline from a recognized university or equivalent qualification by government of India. A candidate with good knowledge of computers is given preference. The applicant must be between with minimum of 21 and maximum of 30 years as per date of filling up the form. There is a provision of relaxation of age for OBC and SC, ST classes. Ex- serviceman and commissioned officers who gave minimum of 5 years of military service also get relaxation in their age. Persons with disability like visually handicapped also get some relaxation in their age. The selection process for the post of for different exams in India mainly comprises of two stages of written exams and upon selection in written exam goes to the second stage of interview/group discussion. The Written test majorly comprises of objective test, reasoning ability, quantitative aptitude, general awareness and general knowledge about banks. Application procedure mainly comprise of online submission of bank entrance application form through official website of respective banks. Every bank is in a race of becoming the best in the face of fierce competition and advent of technology. Customer satisfaction policy and minimal risks are the mantra of the day for all the banks. The commercial banking structure in India consists of Scheduled Commercial Banks and Unscheduled Banks. Scheduled commercial Banks constitute those banks which have been included in the Second Schedule of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Act, 1934. RBI in turn includes only those banks in this schedule which satisfy the criteria laid down vide section 42 (6) (a) of the Act. With so much competition around, banks are focused in being the best in the country. And that in return demands quality personnel through means of written tests and rounds of personal interviews. It becomes important for the candidates to ensure that they meet with the eligibility criteria and adhere to the instructions in the official advertisement and complete the application form in all respect.