How to Apply for Private Bank Jobs in India ?
Private sector Banks are doing very good business in India. So they are also recruiting freshers and experienced people at a very good rate. However there are many differences in private and public sector bank jobs ranging from selection process and requirements to nature of work and achievements.
Private sector banks are indulging in more and more things including trading to Gold loans and much more. The aim of these banks is to keep customers happy and earn maximum profits. So one has to be ready to work in a challenging, exciting and different workspace when joining any private sector bank.
The eligibility criteria for people who want to get a bank job:
The first thing that is extremely important and the most essentially required for the candidate to even appear in any of the bank recruitment process is that the candidate needs to have passed graduation in any discipline with a good percentage of marks. Most of the banks around the world carry out their own recruitment process.
For the candidates applying for the job in the reserved category (SC/ ST/ PWD or any other such category) minimum percentage of 55% marks is required. The age limit of the candidates is also the other major criterion considered by the banks in the selection process for the jobs.
- The candidate must be a citizen of India.
- If the candidate wants to apply for the clerical post in a bank, he / she need to have pass graduation and also +2 with 60% or more marks.
- The candidate must be between the age group of 18-28 years.
- Relaxation age limit is there for SC/ST/OBC/PH or any other reserved category.
- For the post of the probation officer in a bank, the candidate’s age should be at least 21 years and maximum of 30 years and the candidate must have a degree from a recognized university with 55 % – 60 % marks aggregate. The percentage of marks for this post varies from bank to bank.
- The candidate must have good knowledge of computers
Private Banks differ in selection process from public sector banks as they do not have a standard selection process like public sector banks and their selection process varies upon their recruitment.