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Why Opt for a Banking Career?

Salary Range
Job Designation Salary Range
BANK BDE(DP), Marketing 12K-15K
BANK CSA (TP) Credit card Sells Process 7k-10k (Salary+ Incentives)
BANK LOAN/Insurance 10K-15K (Salary+ Incentives)
Recovery (Loan/Credit Cards) 8k-15k (Basic/incentives/Both)

Bank jobs are backed up by a huge wealth of diversity and almost every vacancy created in a bank incorporates some sort of banking element such as law, accounting, investment banking, taxes, public relations, customer relationship management etc. Moreover a career in banking is international in nature and a number of international and private banks set up in the country have opened up opportunities for the deserving candidates.

For beginners, the banking sector provides an excellent opportunity to develop an understanding of the global economy. It paves the way for identifying various challenges in the marketplace and provides tremendous opportunities globally.

Types of Banks in India
The banks in India can be categorized as following.
  • Commercial Banks: The major role of the commercial banks is to enable businesses and entrepreneurs with the financial services. Commercial banks are further categorized into the following.
  1. Private Sector Banks
  2. Public Sector Banks
  3. Regional Banks
  • Co-operative Banks: Co-operative banks mostly benefit the rural people like farmers, small scale industries etc. These are controlled and managed by the co-operative societies. These can be further categorized into
  1. State co-operative Banks
  2. Central co-operative Banks
  3. Primary Agriculture Credit societies
  • Investment Banks and specialized banks: These provide financial assistance to its customers and provide necessary support like foreign exchange, sales of equities, foreign trading etc. to its customers.

Most of these banks offer better packages today and give a performance and experience based promotion. In case of public sector banks, professionals like engineers, doctors, MBAs and lawyers are appointed based on the results in All India Recruitment Exam. Probationary officers (Bank PO) are also recruited in public sector banks based on the Common Written Examination (CWE) conducted by the IBPS. It is estimated that public sector banks are to employ more than 7 lakh people in the near future.

Skills required for a Banking career
  • Customer Dealing
  • People with patience
  • People good with numbers and accounting
  • Good Analytical Skills
Career Options in Banking Sector and Insurance provided by Take Off Aviation and Management Academy.

Take Off Aviation and Management Academy forms the connect to the tertiary opportunities available in banking sector are financial managers, Bill and account collectors, bank tellers, loan officers, financial service representatives, book keeping and audit clerks, recovery and collection executive, Search and Auditing functionalities, Business Development Executives, Telebanking Executives for New Accounts , Credit Cards and Loans either under the direct pay-roll of banks or under the DSAs/Third party.

Success in Banking

A career in banking is open to everyone, regardless of race, gender, national origin, age or physical capabilities. Banks hire and train people who are interested in learning and working. Aptitude and attitude are essential to your success. If you are an individual seeking growth and challenges and are willing to accept responsibility, banks will be interested in you.

Bank employees are typically very well organized and have strong computer skills. They also have good communication skills, are excellent at dealing with people, and are service-oriented.

Banking is a service industry. To succeed, you should enjoy working with people. Bank employees enjoy dealing with people from all walks of life and in all kinds of financial shape.

Banks/Financial organizations offer many job duties and career path options. Banking firms are highly regulated and supervised financial operations, making them safe, pleasant and rewarding places to work. These careers offer integrity and stability.

There are many opportunities to enhance your knowledge and skills at a bank. Many Bank DSAs offer on-the-job training and encourage you to further your education through a variety of courses, seminars and training programs. Banks often set up tuition assistance and reimbursement programs for job-related coursework to help employees increase their capabilities for current and future positions. Many large banks have training departments dedicated to helping employees maximize their skills and talents through in-bank educational programs.

There will always be a need for banks to hire and train talented, motivated, resourceful and customer-oriented people. Your success will depend on your commitment to the bank, your aptitude for developing knowledge and skills, your positive attitude, and your ability to work well with others and adapt to change.

As e-commerce and online banking technology continue to expand, tech-savvy individuals will always be in demand.

Banking is a profession that offers a huge variety of opportunities as well as the possibility of early responsibility, rapid career progression, and good pay and benefits. For those willing to accept the challenge, the rewards can be great.

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