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Q - i am a science student just appeared the 12th exm.so what kind of course for me if i want to get a job in banking line

- Piyali

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Banks perform different types of activities such as private banking, commercial banking, customer support, financial management, portfolio management, foreign exchange handling, mutual funds, stock and shares. Each activity require some different type of knowledge and skills.
There are Executives, Probationary Officers, Portfolio Managers, Auditors, Financial Analysts, Clerks, Assistants, Security officers, and other staff employed in banks.
For some entry level jobs, banks appoint graduates having good communication & interpersonal skills and basic computer knowledge. For specialised jobs, they appoint management graduates, Finance specialists, CAs, Legal Advisors, and other specialists.

So you decide which area you want to enter. If you want to go for specialised jobs, you should do related specialised courses. Otherwise, you can go for courses related to Banking and Finance fields or simple graduation with your favourite subjects.

Some of the entry level posts and related requirements:
Probationary Officer (Junior Management posts) / Management Trainee - selection through Written Test & Interview
Eligibility criteria - graduation (with specified minimum percentage) in any discipline.
Usually, selected candidates undergo one year training and internship.

Clerical Staff -  selection through Written Test & Interview
Eligibility criteria - 10+2 /graduation

Technical Officers (Junior posts)-
Educational qualification – B.E/B.Tech in Mechanical/Electronics/Civil/Electrical/Computers or other technical qualification

Officers-HR (Junior posts)Educational qualification – MBA (HR)/MA (HRM)

Financial Analyst (Junior posts)-  Educational Qualifications: MBA with specialisation in Finance or PG Diploma in Banking and Finance or other related specialisation

Please Note: This answer is just our view and a suggestion only. We have used our best knowledge but still the information may not be 100% accurate and updated.

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