Banking Jobs

The Banking Sector provides major employment opportunities for graduates in the field of CommerceFinance and Accounts. All banks look to hire fresh graduates and postgraduates for entry – level jobs. Even though the initial jobs might be executive in nature, there is massive scope for growth and you can reach the top administrative tier of the bank with hard work, dedication and talent.

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Depending upon the type of bank, recruitment procedures and eligibility criteria for entry level jobs might vary.

SBI (State Bank of India) & Associate Banks:

SBI recruits graduates through an entrance exam called SBI PO Exam. Qualified candidates are asked to appear for a Personal Interview. Candidates who are recruited (on the basis of the exam and the interview) start working as Probationary Officers.

Click on the following links to know more about the SBI PO exam:

State Bank of India:

SBI’s Associate Banks as mentioned below, recruit candidates through a separate, single entrance examination, which is followed by an interview for candidates who have qualified in the exam. Visit the below mentioned websites for more details.

State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur:
State Bank of Hyderabad:
State Bank of Mysore:
State Bank of Patiala:
State Bank of Travancore:

Nationalized Banks apart from SBI:

Nationalized Banks recruit candidates through an entrance exam called IBPS PO/MT Exam. This is a common exam for all the below mentioned PSBs and is conducted by the IBPS (Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection) annually. Candidates who qualify in the exam and the subsequent interview start their careers as Probationary Officers or Management Trainees. Click on the following link to know more about the IBPS PO/MT Exam:

Allahabad Bank:
Andhra Bank:
Bank of Baroda:
Bank of India:
Bank of Maharashtra:
Bhartiya Mahila Bank:
Canara Bank:
Central Bank of India:
Corporation Bank:
Dena Bank:,48
IDBI Bank:
Indian Bank:
Indian Overseas Bank:
Oriental Bank of Commerce:
Punjab National Bank:
Punjab and Sind Bank:
Syndicate Bank:
UCO Bank:
Union Bank of India:
United Bank of India:
Vijaya Bank:

Find out more about Government Jobs.

Private Indian Banks:

Each Private Indian Bank follows a separate, individual recruiting procedure for recruiting fresh graduates/postgraduates. Visit the following links to know in detail about a particular private bank’s recruitment procedure.

Axis Bank:
Catholic Syrian Bank:
City Union Bank:
Development Credit Bank:
Dhanlaxmi Bank:
Federal Bank:
HDFC Bank:
IndusInd Bank:
ING Vysya Bank:
Jammu and Kashmir Bank:
Karnataka Bank:
Karur Vysya Bank:
Kotak Mahindra Bank:
Lakshmi Vilas Bank:
Nainital Bank:
Rajasthan Bank:
Ratnakar Bank:
Tamil Nadu Mercantile Bank:
South Indian Bank:
Yes Bank:

Foreign Banks in India:

Foreign banks generally follow a very different recruitment structure as compared to Government and Private Indian banks. Many foreign banks offer educational/training courses in specialized banking fields. The top candidates from the course are then recruited for entry level positions.

Keep in mind that there might be significant differences between the recruitment procedures of one foreign bank as compared to another. Click on the links given below to know about the recruitment procedure of some Foreign Banks that carry out their operations in India.

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank:
Australia and New Zealand Bank:
Barclays Bank:
Citi Bank:
Deutsche Bank:
HSBC Bank:
Royal Bank of Scotland:
Standard Chartered Bank: 

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