The Gate it prepares future banking professionals with their expertise and knowledge in banking examinations. People sometimes prefer jobs, that are secure, safe and permanent, rather than highly paid insecure jobs. Banking sectors rendering wide spectrum of services for the people, now banking sectors with the adoption of new technology and service, they need candidates who do have the necessary qualification to maintain these extra services they are providing for their customers. They require their staff to understand the requirements of customers and fully prepared to maintain their job responsibilities. The Government of India's liberalization policy allowing foreign banks to conduct business has created wide challenges in the job opportunities for Indians. Customers can get convenient banking service, that enhances the quality of services in banks. In spite of foreign banks' entry into the Indian economic system, still public sector banks have got 90% of the business share in the country.
Today in India total 103 banks are functioning, out of which 27 are public sector banks, 43 banks are foreign banks and the remaining 33 banks are private banks. There are plenty of opportunities for the aspirants who wish to take up banking jobs are their profession. To compete with public sector banks, private banks and foreign banks are introducing new and innovative services in the banking field. This trend has provided enough scope and sometimes this new trend of opportunities has out shadowed the image of government jobs.
The effects of the job recessions will not be there in banking jobs. The effects of a recession, made job aspirants to look out for the jobs that are safe and secure. Banking jobs does not include only cash transactions, it is much more than that now. Therefore banks are looking for those candidates who are versatile and can handle the situation in extremely competitive conditions. The banking sector is selecting candidates who are smart enough, who can bring in most innovative ideas into the banking field. The selection procedure involves written exams and interview for the candidates who have passed out in the written exams.
Banking recruitment methods for nationalized banks are done through the examinations. These examinations are conducted through the Banking Services Recruitment Board (BSRB). They are also conducted by (SRB) State recruitment board. Graduates who studies commerce and economics are eligible to apply. They should be aged less than 26 years and above 18 years. They can apply for Banking probationary exams, which conducted by UPSC ( Union Public Service Commission) at all India level.
Though there are some general criterion that needs to be fulfilled for Bank clerical posts, different banks follow various procedures for the clerical posts.
Some common rules like the following need to be observed before one applies for the clerical posts.
Education Qualification : Any bachelor's degree or any degree that is recognized as equivalent by the central Government. In 10+2 or in the Higher Secondary an aggregate of 50% marks should be obtained, or one should have 10+2+3 study pattern.
Age Limit : To apply candidates should be above 21 years of age and they should be below 30 years of age.
For those candidates who are selected based on their merits will have the following pattern to answer.II Phase of test: Main Test that includes descriptive questions and objective type of questions
Candidates who have successfully completed the first two rounds will be called for interview and overall performance are that includes the results of the written examination and interview will be considered.
Total No of Questions
|(a) OBJECTIVE TESTS||95 Minutes|
|2. Numerical Ability||50||80|
|3. Clerical Aptitude||50||40|
|4. English Language (Qualifying Nature)||50||50|
|200||200||(b) Descriptive Paper|
|Argumentative Questions (Only Qualifying)||4||60||45 Min|
For aspirants of Probationary exams Gate it provides capable coaching. The examination methods are almost same for the selection of most of Probationary exams, even though for some banks the selection criterion may be different.
An aspirant of Probationary officer should be a graduate from a recognized university in any disciple of study with a minimum 60% of marks. They should have sufficient knowledge in office automation/computer environment that is suitable for banking environment.
Age Limit: The candidate should be above 21 years and below 30 years of age. For those who belongs SC/ST/OBC, there will be relaxation of age is there based on a cumulative basis.
The selection will be carried out based on their written examinations and interviews
The process of selection includes two stages viz, written examination and interview, and again in written examinations will be divided into two categories.
|Tests||No. of Questions||Max. Marks||Time Allowed|
|(a) Objective Test|
|2. English Language||50||50|
|(b) Descriptive Paper|
|Argumentative Questions||4||60||45 Mins.|
Coming to Group discussions and interviews, obviously those who are successful in passing out in the written test will be called for interview and group interviews. In general group discussion will be conducted to know the personal capabilities and general awareness of the prevailing aspects. Through group discussion and interview over personality judgement will be assessed.
1. English: For all types of transaction communication is very important. Therefore English knowledge will be tested through English test that comprises of comprehension, grammar, preposition, essay writing, synonym and precise writing.
2. Reasoning Aptitude includes two types verbal and nonverbal methods of testing.
Verbal: Problems that includes with coding and decoding, test of directions senses, number series, alphabetic series, number ranking, blood relations, logic and reasoning, Analogy and decision making will be tested.
Non Verbal: This includes cubes and dice, mirror images, grouping identical figures and embedded figures and so on.
The Test will be given to understand the candidates' knowledge of History, geography, general sciences, economics and civics, current affairs and so on.
Out of all secured jobs and government jobs, banking sector jobs are now most challenging jobs. People will get significant salaries and they are appointed for a number of banks for different positions that starts with clerical posts. The probationary examination requires stringent efforts from candidates as this examination is very tough, apart from this there will be tough competition. It requires hard work to achieve success in this examination. Concentration and proper approach are quite important.
Candidates who are aspiring to appear for Probationary officer examination can have apt guidance from gate it. From Gate it one can get very good coaching for a basic level of appointment for bank officers. Necessary exposure to perform various functions in banks will be provided during two years of the probational training period. During this period they will be given enough exposure in the major fields like Loans and advances, Foreign exchanges, Credit rating, Treasury, Risk management and IT marketing and so on.
To fill up the probationary officer posts, the banks follow two types of system. The clerks are allowed to take up the probationary exams and they will be promoted as officers after passing through the exams. The other method is direct recruitment for the probationary officers post. To meet the huge demand for probationary officer now banks are recruiting large number of officers to meet the requirement of junior level management officers, that is the entry level for probationary officers. They are called as management trainees. They need not be only from commerce filed, they can belong to any field of interest and disciple. Anybody who is graduate in any field can become probationary officers after fulfilling the requisite written test and training. Banks employ candidates from different fields from literature and science and they need not be only from commerce background.
Aspirants can get application from Visit www.ibps.in
Direct classroom teaching will be provided by Gate it for those who wish to take this as their career. Direct teaching will make their task of understanding difficult subjects very easy. The consultancy harness your skills and fine tune your knowledge in a proper manner making it sharper and brighter. The complete teaching environment keeps them live with the suitable motivation and they become focused. They will learn all the subtle qualities to face the exams since most of their doubts becomes clear and they become confident. The faculty at Gateit are fully experienced professionals who are experts in guiding aspirants to face the exams with a verve and vigor and who are very friendly, ever ready to help students in all possible manner.
There will be 1 to 3 months regular classroom programs where students will be taught to face the entire exam curriculum covering all the subjects given in IBPS banking PO and IBPS banking clerks exams – Quantitative Aptitude, General knowledge, computer basics, reasoning and English language.
The significant features of this classroom program involve that
The classroom programs are considered to be effective only when the knowledge of students is tested regularly. Therefore weekly tests are conducted regularly to test the knowledge and understanding of the level of students. Their ranking and results helps students, to know their self and strength and it will give them insight over their weakness and error prone habits, that makes their character at micro and macro level through proper analysis. It will make them to get rid of their exam phobia.
Those who wish to appear for public sector banks and other banks can consult Gateit to get appropriate training to get better results in (CWE) IBPS special officer positions.
There is an ample scope for graduates who wish to join banking services, since these services provide job opportunities for IT, Technical, Agriculture, Marketing, Legal, HR, Marketing, finance, and linguistic experts and so on for the junior level management posts. Exams will be conducted twice in a year, March and September. It is a perquisite for those who wish to have a job as Special officers. There will be online examinations that will be held in the month of March every year.
Agriculture, (scale –I), IT officer (Scale-I), Rajyabhasha Adikari (Scale-I), Law officer (Scale – I), Technical officer (Scale-I), HR/Personal Officer (Scale-I), Marketing Officer (Scale-I), IT officer (Scale-2), and Finance executive (Scale – II).
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Job aspirants can select the training program for Staff Selection Commission of India that will be conducted regularly every year. The committee has got the responsibility of recruiting special officers to the technical and non-technical posts in the Government of India.
The SSC exams are now called as MTS exams (Multi tasking exams) conducted at the national level. By passing through this exam, one can get a good government job in technical and non technical posts. The examinations are conducted as and when there is a need for such vacancies. To check out for details and application form one can log on to http://ssc.nic.in
Indian Railway: Examinations will be conducted for the post of ASM, Enquiry clerk, T.T and TTE, and Loco drivers and so on. These examinations are conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board. Gateit Provide appropriate training for those who wish to appear for these examinations. The application forms can be downloaded from the Indian Railway recruitment website.
Bangalore Metro Railway Corporation: (BMRC) – The aspirants who wish to have BMRC jobs, CRA, Clerk and other posts. Gateit provide coaching for the exams conducted by Bangalore Metro.