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Varied Qualifications In The Eligibility Criteria Makes The Bank Jobs More Open To Competition

Author : Sanjay Joshi

If the thought of a job after completing the education has been a sore thumb for people, then the jobs in the banking sectors has come as a candle in the wind. In case students are not able to get into technical subjects in their college education or for reasons, personal enough, are not able to pursue their education to a level where a job is assured, they can always opt for the banking sector jobs. In this context, one should keep a note that the banking jobs cannot be just got by walking straight into the banks with any kind of degree, whatsoever.

For securing a career in banking, there are exams that are to be appeared first. Only after securing a rank in the entrance exams or qualifying in the qualifying exams, and passing the interview round in some cases, people will be eligible for training for a certain period of time. It is after so much of a sojourn that they can become full fledged banking officials. To achieve the end, the means that are resourced, allows the new recruits to understand the bank's system of working.

This profile of recruitment of bank officials and staff requires that the applicant for the bank job fulfills certain criteria so that their application forms can be accepted. The basic criterion for most of the banking exam applications is the 50% marks in 10+2 or after graduation, making it possible for students from various streams of arts, commerce and science, eligible to appear in the exams. This shows that there is no restriction on the subject a student has studied in the intermediary or graduation level and can sit in the exams.

With the ranks in the entrance exams, these students can go for the banking jobs which are not the prerogative for any particular stream like the students studying MBBS can only go for becoming doctors. This is the reasons that so many candidates appear in the various exams that are being conducted for the banking jobs.

Due to the variety of candidates from different streams, more number of examinees are seen taking up the entrance papers and thus throwing the banking jobs into a stiff competition. For the bank clerical posts as well as for the probationary officers' posts, the criteria are quite general in nature. Students from various streams can appear in the exams and get ranks as per their preparations.

The questions in the exams are also of the same types and include topics like verbal ability, quantitative aptitude, logical reasons, and English. These are things that can be prepared by anyone, irrespective of the course one has studied. Such a flexible option has led thousands of students to appear in the hundreds of bank jobs that are being advertised regularly. With many banks opening branches in cities across India, the number of employees requirement has increased. With exams being so open for the aspiring candidates, it is up to them now to execute their preparations to help themselves with a prosperous bank job.

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