Banking Career – Jobs in Banking Sector after 12th & Graduation

Banking Career



Are you confused with hundreds of career options and struggling to find the best option for you? Want to know all career possibilities in a banking sector after completing graduation and 12th?


Here you will get all the answers to all your dilemmas related to the banking career.


Banking sector jobs offer one of the most comfortable careers for youngsters.


Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) estimates that Indian banks will recruit 6,50,000 skilled professionals by 2017; more than 5 50,000 fresh graduates will be absorbed by the banking industry by 2017.



Download IBPS study material to start your preparation in a systematic way with perfect planning.



Banking sector jobs are full of opportunities. Candidates get opportunities like high pay scale, growth, going aboard etc. There is a high scope of getting early growth in this career.


IBPS, NABARD and SBI conduct exams for the vacant bank positions to give this career a right direction. Many banks in India are in the expansion mode so there will be more and more banking jobs opportunities in upcoming years. Check the List of Banking Degree & Diploma Courses below in this blog to become an in-demand professional in Banking Sector.



Skills Required to be in Banking Sector


When we do something we like then it definitely works in our favor. Candidates who have following skills should go for the banking sector. Check out the interesting skills and start if you have them.







1. Customer Dealing


Banking sector jobs are one of the customers dealing jobs which include acceptance of people from various lives.


Someone who has the skill of managing people and encouraging teams of people to work well together might make a good bank manager.



2. People with patience



People who have patience while dealing with customers will like banking sector jobs. A bank employee needs to calm down the anger and sometimes has to deal with customers who are slow in adapting to the recent technological changes in the banking world.



3. People good with numbers and accounting


People who enjoy playing with numbers and responsibly handle the accounts and data will enjoy banking jobs.



4. Good Analytical Skills


People with the interest in analytic will surely be good at banking career which has posts like economic analysts. If you are good at analytics skills, then you will like this job.


Many finance experts say that, in the upcoming years banking sector will grow. There are more chances of recruiting young candidates.







To make your career in banking sectors there are various posts which you can apply for. Below the article includes various banks and the exam conducted by them.


After completing high school students want to get a job. This is sometimes not good for the students because once you are into some job then you won’t be able to concentrate on your studies and once you start earning then you will not be able to make yourself educated in this age.


But sometimes there are some avoidable circumstances due to which students have to earn just after completing their high school. So here are some jobs in the banking sector which will help you out to find a suitable one.




Why to Choose a Banking Sector Job?


Banking Sector offers great career opportunities for freshers compared to other jobs. The demand for bank jobs has been increased.


Nowadays, most of the graduates prefer Banking Sector Jobs over other popular choices.


So, to minimize the confusion, below we have provided some advantages of having a Banking Sector Job:




The most important advantage of a Banking Career is that it provides job security. You won’t get fired so easily only if you do something illegal or against the rules.




Banking Sector Jobs also provides high salary package. Along with the high salary package, candidates also get other perks like residence, transportation cost, etc.




Baking Sector Jobs have a large number of public and national holidays in India. So, you are assured a long list of Holidays to enjoy.


Learning Curve


Bank jobs offers learning environment about new policies, loan / credit schemes as there are a wide variety of loans/advances/credit schemes offered to individuals, companies, firms, establishments etc. and you can learn all these by just having a Banking Sector Job.




Cons of having a Banking Sector Job


With so many advantages of having a Banking Sector Job, there are some disadvantages too.


Let’s see what these disadvantages are:


Work Pressure


Banking Sector Jobs expect you to go out of your way to accomplish more targets than you can. It is one of the hectic work place as there is a pressure to achieve targets.




The biggest disadvantage of working in a public-sector bank is that, they do not provide the best technologies to work on.


Posting in remote location


As per the RBI banking license guideline, new policy mandates a bank to expand its branches in remote rural area. Hence, many bank employees are getting transferred to rural locations.




Fight Exams to get Job in Banking Sector


These banks include examination conducted by them as well as the complete and easy procedure.


After completing your graduation, you can make your career in following banking posts by giving following exams.








IBPS Exam for Probationary Officer


IBPS conducts exams for various posts in various banks and the probationary officer is one of the posts which any graduate prefers to opt. Get the complete details below to start your journey for IBPS PO 2017.





IBPS Exam for Clerk


This is another option for which candidates apply after completion of their graduation. IBPS conducts examination for clerical jobs in various banks. This job includes following tasks:



Performing clerical and administrative duties in an office setting.


Assists executive assistants and secretaries by sorting mail




Answering phones


Greeting clients


Scheduling meetings


Restocking supplies



Look at the IBPS Clerk Exam details.



Reserve Bank of India


Reserve Bank of India conducts examination for recruiting candidates for various posts. RBI sets the difficulty level high level for its examinations. But once a candidate is selected he will get the best perks for rest of the life. Due to its high difficulty level, candidates prefer to go for IBPS examination.



State Bank of India


State Bank of India is one of the best government bank firms in India. Almost every graduate who wants to join banking sector aspires to join this bank. Be it salary or its house allowances or medical facilities, SBI provides its employee the best of all.


Must Read -



 How to Build Your SBI PO Study Plan? [Exam Preparation Tips]


 SBI PO vs IBPS PO – Which to choose and Why? [Salary & Career Comparison]



Regional Rural Bank Exam


Candidates who aspire to be at officer’s grade post and Assistant level posts in various government banks are required to give online test conducted by IBPS.


Here is the complete information about IBPS Regional Rural Banks Exam for the candidates who are interested in making their career in banks for reputed posts.



IBPS Exam for Specialist Officer


IBPS also conducts exam for the specialist officer for the candidates who have passed their graduation and post-graduation in various fields. There are various officer’s posts (different fields) for various banks.


Click below to get the complete details for IBPS SO Exam.



Other than these banks there are various private banks which offer jobs but benefits are always better in banking jobs. So if you want to go in the banking sector and decided to choose this field as your career then you should go for government banks jobs. Government banking jobs provide you better perks and salary with peace of mind.



Here are various private banks which offer you various posts.







Above List of banks are old private banks in which you can apply. Private sector jobs are always hard to do, be it banking sector or any multinational company.


Banks like IBPS and SBI conduct examination for graduate aspirants for various posts. The probationary officer is one of the posts which is desired by lakhs of graduates.


IBPS conducts examination for 23 banks. If candidates want to make the career in banking sectors, they have to appear for the exam conducted by IBPS. Cut off marks will be decided on the basis of the merit list and then banks will be allocated to the candidates.


Banking career is challenging as well as rewarding. It does not require any specific banking qualification or any banking course. So you can definitely go for this sector after graduation.



Download IBPS study material to start your preparation in a systematic way with perfect planning.




Degree & Certificate Courses in Banking



Banking Career is not only a secure career but also a high-paying career. Candidates can pursue degree, diploma or certificate courses to get a Banking Sector Job.


Below, we have provided the list of all these courses through which a candidate may get a Banking Career:




Degree Courses in Banking


BBA in Banking & Finance


BCom in Banking & Finance


BBA in Banking


BCom in Banking Management


BCom in Banking & Insurance


BCom (Hons.) in Banking and Insurance


BSc in Banking and Finance


MBA in Banking & Taxation


MBA in Banking & Finance


BCom in Banking Management


BCom in Bank Management


BCom in Banking & Insurance Management


BCom in Banking, Finance and Risk Management


MSc in Banking and Finance


PhD in Banking & Finance


Master in Banking/Finance/Insurance




Diploma Courses in Banking


Advanced Diploma Course in Banking Services


Diploma in Banking and Finance


Diploma in Banking and Insurance


Diploma in Banking and Insurance Management


Advance Diploma in Urban Co-operative Banking


Diploma in Banking Laws


Diploma in Banking Management


Diploma in Home Loan Advising


Diploma in Banking Services


Post Graduate Diploma in Bank Management


Post Graduate Diploma in Banking


Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Financial Management


Post Graduate Diploma in Development and Investment Banking


Post Graduate Diploma in Islamic Banking and Finance




Certificate Courses


Post Graduate Certificate in Investment Banking


Certificate Course in Banking


Certificate Course in Banking Management


Certificate Course in Patent Searching & Drafting


Candidates can also go for the following in-demand courses in banking sector India:


Banking related laws.


Business Mathematics.


Marketing Banking Services.


Computerized Accounting.



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6 thoughts on “Banking Career – Jobs in Banking Sector after 12th & Graduation

  1. Priyanka sharma

    I want to know about the admission dates and criteria of admission.

    • Eduncle Team

      Hello Priyanka,
      Greetings from Eduncle!
      Please check the Important Dates for all the above listed Banking Exams below –
      1. IBPS PO Exam:
      Expected Date – 7th Oct, 8th Oct, 14th Oct, 15th Oct 2017 (Prelims) & 26th Nov 2017 (Mains)
      Eligibility – Graduation in any discipline with 50% Marks (ST/SC/PWD) or 55% Marks (GEN/OBC) and Upper Age Limit of 28 Years
      2. IBPS Clerk Exam:
      Expected Date – 2nd Dec, 3rd Dec, 9th Dec, 10th Dec 2017 (Prelims) & 21st Jan 2018 (Mains)
      Eligibility – Graduation in any discipline with 50% Marks (ST/SC/PWD) or 55% Marks (GEN/OBC) and Upper Age Limit of 28 Years
      3. RBI Exam:
      (i) Grade – B Exam –
      Expected Date – September 2017 (Phase I & II)
      Eligibility – Graduation in any discipline with 50% Marks (ST/SC/PWD) or 60% Marks (GEN/OBC) and Upper Age Limit of 30 Years. (Eligibility Criteria may vary.)
      (ii). Assistant Officer –
      Expected Date – December 2017 (Prelims) & January 2018 (Mains)
      Eligibility – Graduation in any discipline with passing marks (ST/SC/PWD) or 50% Marks (GEN/OBC) and Upper Age Limit of 28 Years. (Eligibility Criteria may vary as per the categories)
      (iii). Junior Engineer:
      Expected Date – N/A
      Eligibility – Engineering Degree or Diploma in Engineering with 55% marks (ST/SC/PWD) or 65% Marks (GEN/OBC) and Upper Age Limit of 30 Years. (Eligibility Criteria may vary as per the categories)
      4. SBI Clerk Exam –
      Expected Date – August 2017
      Eligibility – Graduation degree in any discipline. Upper Age Limit – 28 Years.
      5. IBPS RRB Exam-
      Expected Date – September 2017 & November 2017
      Eligibility – Graduation degree in any discipline. Upper Age Limit – 28 Years.
      6. IBPS SO Exam –
      Expected Date – 28th & 29th Jan 2018
      Eligibility – Graduation degree in any discipline. Upper Age Limit – 28 Years.

      Hope the above information will be helpful to you. For more queries, please stay tuned!
      Thanks for asking!
      Kind Regards,
      Eduncle Team

  2. Nikita Nepali

    Hi! I have completed my bachelors and masters in IT(Information Technology) with distinction. Can you tell me which post is best suitable for me in bank? And I also want to know if I can get Job in Computer Science or Information Technology related field in Bank? Please suggest designations in Bank with post graduation qualification.

    Thanks in advance! :)

    • Eduncle Team

      Hello Nikita,
      Greetings from Eduncle!
      Yes, you can appear for IBPS SO IT Officer Exam. This exam is conducted only for the candidates who have completed their graduation in IT.
      If you need more assistance, please feel free to ask. Thanks!
      Kind Regards,
      Eduncle Team

  3. priya

    i want to know about BBA

    • Eduncle Team

      Hello Priya,
      Greetings from Eduncle!
      Thanks for asking your query with us! We’ll publish a blog regarding BBA & career options soon. As far as Eligibility of BBA pass out in Banking sector is concerned, they can appear in all bank exams that require graduation as the minimum educational qualification.
      Kind Regards,
      Eduncle Team

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