How to get job in Bank after graduation - Ultimate detail guide 2020

How to get job in Bank after graduation


Hey, are you a graduate and want to know how to get job in bank after graduation. If yes, then stick up to the end of this post because here I'm sharing many ways to get a high paying job in a bank. In this post, I'm sharing all the banking exams in India with details, so it will help you to know the structures of the exams.

If you are planned to make your career in the banking field then, basically you have two options like you can get a job in government bank by cracking some government exam. Or you can apply and get a job in the private banking sector.

So, firstly we need to discuss why banking jobs are the best choice in current days.

Why banking jobs are the most preferred choice among youngsters?

The banking sector has a lot of career opportunities and is increasing rapidly day by day. Firstly, the salary is the main reason behind this. Every banking professional is making a good amount of money. Also, banking jobs offer other benefits like low interest on a loan, medical benefits, pension, etc. This is the reason why banking jobs are the most preferred choice among youngsters.

Positions that you can apply after graduation

Basically, there are a total of 3 entry posts that you can apply after completing your graduation. I have listed those posts below please have a look...

1. PO (Probationary Officer)
2. Clerk
3. SO (Specialist Officer)

How to get job in a bank after graduation, there are many exams conduct by government boards and private banks. I'm giving you some details of those banking exams please go through it.


SBI PO

This exam is conducted by State Bank Of India, you may know this is one of the top banks in India. You are eligible for this exam if you have a graduate degree with you. You just need to complete any graduation degree for this exam. This exam is kind of tough as compared to other banking exams. But if you prepared well, then it's not hard to crack.

Notification Releasing Month: April

Selection Procedure: The candidate needs to go through 3 stages like the first stage is the Prelims exam. This exam is not that tough, once you clear this exam then the second stage is the Mains exam. SBI Mains exam is kind of tough to crack and then the last stage is An Interview. This is also one of the main stages in SBI PO, if you crack the interview then you will get posted by SBI in any branch all over India.

SBI SO

This is another exam conducted by the State Bank Of India. This exam is conducted for various professional level postings like for IT, HR, Marketing, etc. The eligibility criteria are different for this exam for example if you are applying for IT, HR then you require just graduation or graduation in a computer-related field. And if you are applying for HR then you need an MBA degree with you.

Notification Releasing Month: Any month in a year

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure for this exam is kind of the same as the SBI PO. But you may need experience for some posts.


SBI Clerk

SBI conducts this exam to recruit clerks on various branches all over India. This exam is not that tough, it is kind of easy to crack this exam. This exam has only 2 stages that are Prelims and Mains.

Notification Releasing Month: January

Selection Procedure: Prelims and Mains


IBPS PO

This exam is conducted by India's largest banking recruitment board. It stands for the Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection. This exam is conducted every year, you just need to have a graduate degree with you for this exam.

Notification Releasing Month: August or September

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure is the same as SBI PO for this exam.


IBPS SO

This is a specialist level exam, and it is kind of same as SBI SO but not that tough as compared to SBI SO.

Notification Releasing Month: October or November

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure is the same as per SBI SO


IBPS Clerk

This exam is also another popular exam among youngsters. This exam is kind of similar to the SBI Clerk exam.

Notification Releasing Month:  September or October

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure is in 3 stages like Prelims, Mains, and LPT (Language Proficiency Test)


IBPS RRB

This exam is conducted by the IBPS council for recruiting Clerk and other Officer posts all over India.

Notification Releasing Month: Any month in a year

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure is in 3 stages for this exam i.e., Prelims, Mains, and Interview.


NABARD

NABARD stands for National Bank Of Agriculture and Rural Development. NABARD conducts exams for Grade A, B, NABARD Development Assistant, and NABARD Office Attendant for the all over India.


RBI Assistant

Reserve Bank Of India conducts this RBI Assistant exam for the post of the assistant level. This is one of the reputed exams in the banking field. This exam is much tough than any other banking exam.

Notification Releasing Month: Any month in a year

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure for this exam is in 3 stages i.e., Prelims, Mains, and Language tests.


RBI Grade B

This exam is conducted by RBI for grade B officer. This exam is the toughest exam in the banking field. You need full preparation for this exam. And of course, the pay scale for the RBI Grade B officer is quite high.

Notification Releasing Month: July or any other month

Selection Procedure: The selection procedure is in 3 stages i.e., Prelims, Mains, and Personel Interview.

These are the various banking exams that you can crack by preparing well.

Hey, I hope this little information will definitely help you to get to know the structure of banking exams in India. I hope so, by this post your doubt about how to get a job in Bank after graduation will be cleared. Thank you!
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