Saturday, August 21, 2010

    I have done my MA with english literature with a second class and currently working with a bank.Could you please guide which are the courses i can pursue to improve my job profile?

It depends upon your goals. You should review the qualifications expected for the positions / level you aspire to within the bank, in other banks or elsewhere. Some advancement prospects within the organisation would be related to your work experience and record. You would gain wider flexibility across all sectors and industries, based on MBA. 07/08/2009

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    Hello, I would like to know which college offers the course of Diploma in Banking laws.What is the duration of the course & what is its eligibility?

Check whether Indian Institute of Banking & Finance ( offers any such option. ASCL Law School, a division of Asian School of Cyber Laws, Pune offers a P G programme in Financial Law through Correspondence/ Distance mode(Details: Indicative examples. Banking laws may be taught as part of the LLB programme or a post graduate programme in banking and finance, etc. 07/08/2009

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    I am a lady chartered accountant, I want to work in govt organisation like any banks or semi got or public sector organsiations But age is the factor, I am 36 years old, I want to serve in govt, What is the procedure?

Entering government service at this age for a general candidate would normally be ruled out unless there are some occasional / contractual assignments coming up and you apply on time.(24.02.2009)

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    I am pursuing MBA from ICFAI distance learning,I also have 6 years of work exp in private sectors and BPO.I would like to work for PSU,could you plese advise me what avenues are open for me,also what opportunities exist in HR and Banking in public sector. Please help..

You have to track the actual recruitment notifications on a regular basis in prominent local and national dailies and only then can you apply on time.(28.01.2009)

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    Sir I am an asm in railway but i want to prepare for P.o, so how to prepare the job being in the job.I feel trouble in the descriptive part of the exam.Is there any book available for that part of exam or is there any question bank available in the market,if any please inform me so that i can start preparation right now.

Various private coaching institute offer preparation for PO exams through correspondence courses and also provide comprehensive study material. Please contact them. (16.02.2008)

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    I am an Electronics engineering fresh graduate. I would be very much thankful if you could let me know about the prospects and careers in banking domain as i would like to pursue my MBA after 2 years of work experience.

You may explore openings in banks in the field of IT or in general banking functions open to all graduates. If you plan to pursue MBA after work experience, then both banking and IT related jobs could be useful. You can choose the type of work profile that interests you more.

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    i have done my gradution with science (zbc) now i m preparing bank po .i want to be goverment job so plz tell what i can do? i am done gradition in bio stream so my maths was not good.

Apply for the posts offered by BSRB. Practice maths and reasoning as it should be perfect for PO exam. (20.11.2009)

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    my question is related to the Exams of public sector banks. what type of preparation is required for the exams of Clerical clerks ? what type of books we need to refer ? And what type of preparation is required to complete that paper attempting all the questions ?

The written examination is usually an objective type test with Test of Reasoning , Numerical Ability ,Clerical Aptitude and Test of English Language(qualifying) . There could be a Descriptive test and finally there would be an interview for those who qualify the written test. There are guide books available at bookstores for such examinations.Opt for the reputed publishers for standard revision exercises. The level of Maths is of secondary school standard, but the questions usually test numerical aptitude rather than problem solving skills.(20.11.2009)

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    i want to know about IBTO in(banking sector). who are eligible for this? i also want to know what are the other courses or certiicate programes related to banking

ITBO is Investment Banking Technology and Operations and is being conducted by a private Company. The eligibility is BE(ECE)/BE(IT)/BTech (Computer Sc.) etc. (14.01.2009)

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    Respected Sir/Madam, I have completed my graduation in 2007 and nw i'm preparing for bank p.o. exam.So i want to know that is the correspondence course of Diploma In Banking and Finance from Indian Institute Of Banking and Finance is benificial for me.Please send details of this course and please give me right guideline.(Swati,Patna)

There many banking Institutes in Private sector from where you can choose and appropriate course. For example you may do courses from Insurance Insitute of India ( or select any suitable course from Indian Institute of Financial Planning ( (17.12.2008)

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    I am a graduate &want to persue career in banking i want to know courses for the same.i also want to know about CFA(charted financial analyst) and where can i enroll for the CFA course

You can apply directly as a graduate for the Probationary Officer posts in the nationalized commercial banks or apply for jobs for graduates in the private sector banks or the Probationary Officers scheme in the private banks. You can do MBA for a better entry level opportunity. You could add value to your resume with the courses offered by the Indian Institute of Banking & Finance ( You can find out about the CFA course on

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    I'm swati from patna,preparing for bank P.O. competition.Is correspondence course of Diploma In Banking And Finance from Indian Institute Of Banking And Finance is benificial for me?Please tell me soon.

It would be a value addition on your resume as an aspirant for banking jobs.

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    i have finished my bcom with 65% in june2008 i am intrested in bank job to get a bank job what should i do is there any courses offerded

The Banking Services Recruitment Board conducts exams for various banks for Probationary officers. You may look out for advertisements appearing in the Employment News and other Newspapers. (27.11.2008)

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    I have done my Graduation (B.Com) in 2006. Now I want to do PG Diploma in Banking/Insurance. Please tell me 1. from where I can do this diploma? 2. also tell me about the fees for that cources? Plaese send information about these cources on my e-mail ID

Please visit the website of Insurance Institute of India to choose from a variety of courses that suits you:

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    hello, this is smruti , i m a post graduate in banking,insurance and financial service management ,and i had finance and HR as my sepecialization so, do i have any preferences in the banking sectors and in what job can i fit my self

Opportunities are unlimited since the banking and insurance sectors are now opened for private parties. These institutions usually take personnel through private recruiting agencies. Please contact placement agencies in your area and also send CV to reputed pvt. companies

Sir,I want to do a program in Banking related course offered by IFBI(NIIT) in Patna.What is the future and placement in it.Is it good to do the course offered by IFBI. Please suggest me.

Admission to PGDBO by IFBI is expected to be with an appointment letter but for the other courses being offered, there may be placement assistance or placement for select candidates. You may visit the website for details and clarification. If you want more varied and diverse choices of employment in the banking industry and in others, then consider MBA.

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghosh
    I am a graduate from Mumbai umiversity my subjects were economis/sociology in T.Y.B.A i paased the exam with pass class i want to work in a national bank what more qualification is required or am i eligible to appear for bank exams with a pass class or shud i reappear for the T.Y.B.A exam plz hell me?

You need not worry about your marks. Degree of a recognized University or equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Government of India is required to sit in a Probationary officer's exam held by the Banking Services Recruitment Board which is responsible for the recruitment of officers for all nationalised banks. The age should not be below 21 years and not above 28 years. The limit is relaxable in respect of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC and other categories of persons.

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    Sir, I am 1974born.female.employed in labour ministry since 1994 as u.d.c. now i am interested to switchover to bank i am a commerce graduate and postgraduate in econ.with less than50%.what is best scope for me

You may first opt for a course in the banking sector such as MBA (Finance) or ICFAI or Chartered Accountant course depending on your aptitude.

By: Ms. Dr. Reena kumari
    i have completed my in 2007,now iwant to persue my carrer as a Bank P.O. Please advise me some criteria regarding this job.

The post pf Probationary Officer in a bank is the most pivotal post which provides the foundation for the managerial positions in the banking sector. You should go through the detailed notifications for the PO which were published in the 22nd and 29th December issues of Employment News. The written test for PO shall test your skills in the Logical ability, Numerical ability, Test of Reasoning, Mathematical skills, Test of language and the overall personality shall be judged through the Interview process.

By: Ms. Dr. Reena kumari
    I have done MBBS from Calcutta University in 2004. I want to know what are the scope for doctor in Insurance and how should I proceed?

Doctors in Insurance companies can aim for underwriting, claims, life insurance and health insurance jobs. You could survey the choice of professional exams offered by the Insurance of India (

By: Ms. Jayanti Ghose
    i am passed from Calcutta U 2006.i want to join in to EXIM BANK OF INDIA.what is the selection procedure & eligiblity. what kind of qualification they want?plz provide details.plz infrom me on Mba(International Business)distance education's institude or university at KOlKATA that give me best job opertunity. what is the new fields or future trends on MBA(IB) arises that give me advance. (pinaki dasson)

The Young Professionals Programme is the entry-point for a career with Exim Bank. The Bank requires skills relating to various disciplines e.g. business management, banking, economics, accountancy and engineering. Prior work experience is neither expected, nor considered necessary.
You may send your resume to EXIM bank for future consideration as and when the Bank has openings for such positions. Details may be seen at

By: Ms. Hena Naqvi
    I am a Operation Manager in a domestic BPO cum Chartered Accountant Firm. Now I want to switch my career to the Insurance or Banking sector. Is it possible ? If so, how. Please suggest (SUBRAT DAS)

You may switrch to the Insurance or banking sector in the general management categoriessince many openings in the insurance sector revolves around a job profile of managing Menand operations.However, if you could first have a degree in either the banking or the insurance sector or as an actuary,it shall help you in getting a stronger foothold. A MBA degree in the Finance or marketing or HR specialisation could also help you in getting a suitable opening in these sectors.

By: Ms. Dr. Reena kumari
    what should i do to enter into banking service?i'm a graduate.what sort of exams i should look for & from where?

Various banks take exams of probationary officers from time to time. Exam is generally consists of aptitude test, numerical ability, english language and General Studies. So, prepare for it and keep watching Employment News for BSRB advertisements.


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