The Banking Sector
The rapid growth of banking sector has created numerous job opportunities for deserving candidates. According to TKWs’ training director, Mr. Amit Goyal “With 53 being the average age of retirement 25 to 50 thousand employees will continue to retire from government banks every year”. This has resulted in creation of 40,000 government jobs in this year itself. The scope of jobs in banking sector is not limited to public sector alone. There are more than 1.5 lakh jobs which are likely to be created with the expansion of private banks in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.
In the private sector banks hire people with good soft skills and a background in commerce or finance at salaries ranging from Rs 12,000 to Rs 30,000 per month. However, most banks prefer to hire experienced candidates because of their knowledge of banking products and procedures. For government jobs, presently the candidates have to appear for various entrance examinations such as Bank PO, Bank Clerk, RBI Officer, etc. Keeping in view the professional skills that are required from banking staff the apex banker RBI has signaled the banks to have flexible recruitment policies towards professionally qualified manpower.
TKWs Institute of Banking & Finance
TKWs Diploma and PG Diploma in Banking & Finance prepares the candidates to acquire professional skills such as customer handling, communication, resource management, etc while teaching them in detail banking operations, financial products, capital markets, accounting, laws, etc. With extra classes for English speaking, communication and computers the students acquire all the necessary soft skills with technical knowledge to transform them into a complete banking professional. Along with this students get to interact with the best PO Coaches, subject matter experts and counselors on weekends visiting TKWs as guest speakers. The students desirous of getting into government banks find this additional PO Coaching extremely useful.
TKWs Institute of Banking & Finance is presently offering these courses at Delhi & Kanpur. The institute has a total of 60 seats for the Diploma course in which students from any stream can apply after passing their 12th class. The institute also has another 60 seats for PG Diploma for which the minimum eligibility is graduation. Provisional admission is possible for 3rd year students through a written undertaking. TKWs have placed 1000s of students since its inception in 2002.
TKWsIBF to play a critical role in preparing candidates for BANKING JOBS
The Banking Sector