Bank (IBPS, SBI and Others)
Who can apply?
Anyone who is 18 years old and have cleared 12th examination although there are different criteria for different exams
One time course is for 3 months, after course we provide life time coaching
- General Knowledge
Career in Banking as Bank PO/Clerk/SO:
Indian banks conduct exams for the following cadres:
Bank Probationary Officers (PO).
Bank Clerks or Probationary Clerks.
Bank Specialist Officers (SO).
Career as a Bank Probationary Officer (PO)
A Probationary Officer’s post is the entry to the most coveted managerial positions in the banking industry. A P.O. starts as a trainee officer in the Junior Management Grade Service (JMGS) of the bank and can rise to the highest grades of the bank in his career becoming a General Manager, a Director or even the Chairman of the Bank.
Needless to say, a Bank PO’s position is seen with tremendous respect in the society as it secures a lifelong opportunity to grow, prosper and serve the society in a senior and responsible position in the Banking industry. And, therefore, every Bank P.O. Exam attracts lakhs of talented graduates, post-graduates and professionals to compete for a few hundred or thousand vacancies notified by the banks.
Career as a Bank Clerk:
A bank clerk enjoys job security, challenging work environment, opportunity to strengthen customer relation skills, using best available technology and working to learn under worthy senior officers. He is trained on the job and at the Bank’s Staff Training Colleges and given opportunity through departmental exams of the bank or otherwise to rise to the higher levels of management in the bank. He gets the opportunity of life-long learning in Banking, Finance, Management and other areas of his choice through various national level institutions set up for Bankers’ education. One need not be surprised to find many senior staffs in most of the branches of various banks as well as at the Regional, Zonally and Head Offices of the banks who had joined the bank in the clerical cadre.
Career as a Bank Specialist Officer (SO):
Banks also conduct recruitment exams for Specialist Officers cadre to man their finance, legal, human resources, marketing, systems and other departments which are open to candidates having requisite professional qualifications in engineering, chartered accountancy, law or a degree in MBA, MCA,.... etc.
Public Sector Banks form the major recruiter group for candidates aspiring for bank jobs. They are:
State Bank of India.
Nationalized Banks : (Total: 19 Banks) which include Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab & Sind Bank, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, United Bank of India, Union Bank of India and Vijaya Bank..
Other Public Sector Bank : (Total: 1 Bank) i.e. IDBI Bank Limited.
Private Sector Banks : The major recruiters in the private sector include the ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, Federal Bank, Centurion Bank of Punjab, Indusind Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yes Bank, ING Vysya Bank, Bank of Rajasthan, Karur Vysya Bank, Karnataka Bank, Jammu & Kashmir Bank, South Indian Bank, Bharat Overseas Bank, etc.
Co-operative Banks : All major National and State Co-operative Banks and Scheduled Urban Co-operative Banks conduct their own exams to recruit Officers.
RRBs (Regional Rural Banks) : Regional rural banks in India have penetrated every corner of the country and extended a helping hand in the growth process of the country. There are total of 82 banks across the country.