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A career in Banking is well paying, stable and is full of opportunities. Many of institutes offer career oriented programmes in the field of Banking such as Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Operations, MBA in Bank Management, Master of Commerce in Banking and Insurance, etc.
However, you can opt for various short term diploma and certificate courses related to banking like
1. Advance Diploma in Banking, Finance & Insurance Management
2. Certificate Programme on Banking & Financial Sector Industry
3. Diploma in Banking Business
4. Diploma in Banking & Financial Services
5. Certificate Course In Banking
You can find further information on courses related to banking field by clicking here.
You can choose your career in
1. Merchant banking
2. Treasury and Forex functions
3. Loan officer
You can try for Bank PO as it’s a good career option. A Probationary Officer (PO) can be asked to handle numerous tasks, from cheque clearance to billing or working in the forex section during the probation period.
Graduates from any stream can apply to a public sector bank as a PO. Every bank recruits its staff through a written test, group discussion and interview.
You can go for a common written exam for 19 public sector banks conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS).
Click here to know more about registration and Common Written Exam for Bank P.O jobs.
Good luck!!!Posted by HTCampus Expert , Tue 31 Jan 2012
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