Opportunities for Banking Aspirants:

Now a days more young aspirants are trying to get a job in the banking industry. As banking job is seen as one of the most prestigious jobs in the society, the competition level is sky rocketing every year. There are many opportunities for the aspirants in the banking sector. The youngsters can enter either public or private sector banks all over the country.

Types of Banks in India:

The banks which do business with entrepreneurs and people in a commercial motive are commercial banks. The different types of commercial banks are,

  • Public sector banks
  • Private sector banks
  • Regional rural banks.

The banks which have the motive to benefit the rural people, farmers, small scale industries, etc are the cooperative banks. The different types of cooperative banks are,

  • State cooperative banks
  • Central cooperative banks
  • Primary agriculture credit societies

There are various opportunities are available for banking aspirants. IBPSGuide is a largest educational platform who guides the banking aspirant to achieve their dream goals. Also

Career in Public Sector Banks:

To enter the public sector banks you have to clear the Common Written Examinations conducted by the IBPS. Every year IBPS clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS RRB office assistant, IBPS RRB PO and IBPS SO exams have been conducted. For all those exams you can take free mock tests before of your real exam. IBPS Clerk mock test and Other mock test series are available in online. That will help you to ensure your ability before of your exam date. The RRB PO and RRB office assistant exams are to recruit the candidates for the Regional rural banks. Whereas the IBPS clerk, IBPS PO and IBPS SO are to recruit the candidates for the public sector banks in India. Through IBPS recruitment you can join public sector banks such as Indian bank, Canara bank, etc. The State Bank of India separately conducts exam itself to recruit candidates for its branches across the country.

The Clerical cadre exams are IBPS clerk and IBPS RRB office assistant. The age limit for these exams are 20 to 28 years. The selection process involves preliminary ad mains exams. The clerical cadre exams will have no interview round. For these you have to complete at least a degree in a recognized university.

The officer cadre exams are IBPS PO, IBPS SO and IBPS RRB PO. The age limits for these exams are 20 to 30 years. The officer cadre exams will have a 3 stage selection process. They are preliminary exam, mains exam and the interview stage. For SO (specialist Officer) recruitment the educational qualification will be based on the post.

There will be relaxations in age criteria as per the norms of the IBPS. The IBPS exams will have aptitude, reasoning, general awareness, English language and computer knowledge sections. Check the patterns for each exams separately in their official notifications released by the IBPS.

SBI Recruitment:

Apart from IBPS exams, the leading public sector bank in India, the SBI conducts itself exams every year. SBI clerk or junior associate exam is to recruit the candidates for the clerk post. SBI PO and SBI SO exams will select the Probationary officers and specialist officers respectively. The age limit for SBI clerk exam is 20 to 28 years. For SBI PO the age limit is 21 to 30 years. The SBI SO recruitment is for the experienced candidates. So the age limit will depend upon the post. Career in the SBI is the ultimate dream for the banking aspirants in India.

Career in private Sector Banks:

Candidates can also look for bright career development opportunities in the private sector banks in India. Some of the leading private sector banks in ICICI, HDFC, Axis, Kotak Mahindra Bank, etc. Some private banks conduct exams to recruit the candidates for the post of clerk, officers, relationship managers, etc. Now a days some private sector banks also provide good salary and incentives that are in lines of public sector banks. So there are so much opportunities and competition for private sector banks. Especially for marketing field there are plenty of opportunities. Candidates having very good marketing and communication skills can shine in their private sector banking career. The maximum age limit in general for private sector banks are around 26 years. But each bank may have varied age limit for their recruitment.

Other than these the cooperative banks also conduct exams separately for the recruitment of candidates. Various other roles in baking field are cashiers, tellers, audit clerks, financial managers, etc. So you can choose your role and apply for the post if you are eligible completely. Banking jobs in India will have a good salary and career development. So catch every possible opportunities that come in your way.

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