According to studies Banking Sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country. This growth has brought many opportunities. A banker’s job in the government sector is one of the most popular work profiles in the country. Apart from job security, comfortable work environment and relaxed work timings, a job in a public bank offers financial stability and perks as well.
Government Banks in India employ more than 7 lakh people at present. Of these a large number of people will be retiring in next 4-5 years. To meet their manpower requirements these banks published thousands of Bank vacancies each year.
Types of Posts
There are two types of posts in Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) banks — one is at the Officer Level and another is at the Clerical Level. The officer level is further segregated into two posts — Probationary Officer (PO) and the Specialist Officer (SP).
Who Conduct Bank Exams
The Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) and the State Bank of India (SBI) conduct recruitment exams in which people participate in large numbers. IBPS is a recruitment body that was started with an aim to encourage the recruitment and placement of young graduates in public sector banks in India (except State Bank of India). IBPS and SBI conduct their respective recruitment drives every year to shortlist eligible candidates for this post pan India.
Exams for the posts of Probationary Officers, Clerks and Specialist Officers are conducted separately by SBI and IBPS. Also, RBI and IBPS RRB separately conduct exams for the posts of Officers and Assistants. 1. IBPS PO:View Full Information 2. SBI PO: 3. IBPS Clerk: Online registrations for IBPS Clerk 2017-18 is going on from 12th September 2017 and would be open until 3rd October 2017. View Full Information 4. SBI Clerk: 5. IBPS RRB:View Full Information 6. RBI:View Full Information