The banking sector is the backbone of the financial sector of the country. It offers services to the public, in general, to handle the finances in different ways such as customer relations, loans, accounting, investment, taxes, etc. In recent years, India has seen the mushrooming of various international and private banks besides having nationalized banks which has expanded the horizon for bank jobs in India.
The banking sector offers prestigious and lucrative career prospects of banking jobs in India. Bank jobs need substantial skills such as customer dealing, patience, logical thinking, having a stronghold on numbers, and accounting.
Public sector banks does the appointment of clerks through official notification such as IBPS PO, SBI CLERK, RBI ASSISTANT, etc. All these exams can be qualified if candidates are well aware of the competition involved in the exam. Millions of candidates appear in the bank exams every year for a handful of jobs. It is a challenge to combat such exams yet every aspiring candidate joins online coaching for bank exams or classroom coaching for bank exams at their nearby location. Coaching institutes are the best sources to prepare effectively for the exam as they are well versed with the latest exam pattern and syllabus.
Let us have some highlights of the various career prospects offered through the banking sector. Candidates who are looking for the banking sector job can choose the post judiciously once they will come to know the basic profile of the posts.
Job profile of bank clerks
To procure customer transactions
To counter customer's inquiries
To direct customers to the right bank personnel
To confirm personal and financial Information
To preserve customer and financial data
To maintain cash records and manage it properly
Job profile of probationary officers
To give services to the customers
To procure new business
Disbursal and collection of cash
To clear the payments such as NEFT, Cheques, etc.
To verify the report of the day to the Branch Manager
Communication-related to new rules or schemes or products
Job profile of specialist officers
There are diverse posts offered under IBPS SO depending upon the specialization of the candidates. Some of the job profiles offered through the IBPS SO exam are:
IT Officer who is assigned the responsibility of online portals of the bank, core bank transactions, managing technical glitches, cybercrime applications, and such online functions and its successful implementation on the bank portal.
Agricultural Officer who will be responsible to manage rural projects in coordination with NABARD and other autonomous bodies of rural developments.
Marketing Officer who will highlight and function for the sales and marketing conduct of the bank.
Law Officer who will be dealing with the legal activities of the bank. The rules and regulations will be adopted as decided by RBI in the bank he will be appointed to work.
HR/ Personnel Officer who will coordinate with employees, assess the recital of an employee, and to work for the interests of employees
Rajbhasha Adhikari will promote the official languages in banking communications.
All the best.