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  • How to crack bank PO examination without coaching?

    FEB 04, 2016

    Many aspiring banking candidates do not opt for coaching institutes for their preparation and decide to self-study to crack the bank PO examination. But in this case the duty of aspirants will be increased if they do not join any coaching institute as they have to compete with those guys who joined it.

  • Coaching Institutes v Online Preparation: Pros and cons

    JAN 30, 2016

    Wondering if you should opt for coaching classes? Are the new online courses for competitive exam preparation really good? Read on and find answers to all such questions.

  • Transfer policy of Female employees in Public sector banks

    JAN 30, 2016

    PSU Banks have been advised to draft a new preferential transfer policy aimed for female employees. Read on to find out the details about this new move.

  • SBI Declared Online Exam Result for Specialist Officer Posts 2016

    JAN 29, 2016

    State Bank of India (SBI) declared the online exam result for recruitment to the post of Specialist Officers. Qualified candidates are required to appear for interview (15 February 2016 onwards).

  • All you need to know about Payment and Settlement Systems in India

    JAN 23, 2016

    The RBI has taken many initiatives towards introducing and upgrading safe and efficient modes of payment systems in the country. In India, the payment and settlement systems are regulated by the Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007 (PSS Act).

  • What is Universal Banking?

    JAN 04, 2016

    Universal bank is a financial supermarket where all financial products are sold under one Roof. Apart from this there can also be full service investment services which include wealth & asset management, financial advisory, underwriting, trading and researching. Banks in universal system can still choose to specialize in a subset of banking services.

  • Tips and Strategies to Score Well in Online Examinations

    DEC 31, 2015

    Online Examinations are conducted for the sake of making the whole process smooth and free from corruption. However, the objective of the examination remains the same, hence, prepare as before and practice as much as you can with online examination module in order to get success in the new age of exams.

  • Why do candidates choose Banking after Engineering?

    DEC 30, 2015

    The increasing numbers of bank jobs due to opening up of new branches of the public and private sector banks, more and more candidates are joining the banking sector after completing professional courses such as Engineering and MBA. The better career and pay promise of the banks are luring the candidates towards its ambit along with development in the overall technology of banking and its operation. More candidates, due to the lack of proper job market in engineering, are shifting base to join the banking sector.

  • Only Graduates eligible for Bank Clerk - Is this justified?

    DEC 28, 2015

    With recent changes in IBPS clerk exam, the minimum educational eligibility criteria have been hiked to graduation. Read on to find out why was the Bank Clerk Exam eligibility criteria modified?

  • How is the life of a clerk in Public Sector Banks?

    DEC 28, 2015

    Bankers working with nationalised banks are of the view that the twin factors of achieving operational efficiency and better labour relations may have led banks to hire more officers than clerks. Officers are required to work 24/7. However, in the case of clerks, you are required to pay overtime.

  • What is the Job Profile of Rajbhasha Adhikari in Banks?

    DEC 22, 2015

    A Rajbhasha Adhikari or an Official Language Officer in a bank is the official who is responsible for using the official language of the country i.e. Hindi as much as possible in banking operations like in circulars, notices etc. Basically they are posted at regional offices of the bank and promotional avenues are decent, though not as good as a PO.

  • What are the Job Responsibilities of Marketing Officer in Banks?

    DEC 21, 2015

    Banking Sector has become too competitive in the recent years and everybody has to advertise its products properly in order to get market share. Marketing Officers are very important to devise strategies for effective marketing of bank products so that the USP are properly highlighted and it gets an edge over others’ products in the market.

  • How to prepare for Computerized Online Banking Exams?

    DEC 17, 2015

    With the rise agencies adopting in computer based Bank PO exams, students need to modify their preparation strategy to meet this new challenge. Read on to find out how you can crack online Bank exam with ease!

  • What is the role of Law Officer in Banks?

    DEC 17, 2015

    The recruitment of law officer in Public Sector Banks is done through the IBPS Specialist Officer Examination. For IBPS SO Law officer, candidate should have an LLB Degree and enrollment in the Bar Council of India as an advocate however, in some banks experience is also required.

  • Is there any Bond Period in SBI PO?

    DEC 16, 2015

    SBI advertises for the recruitment of PO posts almost every year with huge number of vacancies. The largest lender in the country offers an attractive package along with an unmatched exposure comparison to any other organisation in the banking sector.

  • How to prepare Reasoning Section for IBPS Specialist Officer Exam 2016

    DEC 15, 2015

    The online examination for selection of Specialist Officers’ cadre (CWP SPL-V) posts in the banks and Participating Organisations is tentatively scheduled in January 2016. The banking team of has strived hard to blend perfect ingredients for preparation of the candidates. Some tips and strategies for Reasoning Section are mentioned below.

  • What is the Job Profile of HR / Personnel Officer in Banks?

    DEC 15, 2015

    HR Officers are responsible for a sound and effective human resource policy for the bank so that the human resources available with the bank can be efficiently and effectively utilised. In terms of posting, this is better than the post of bank PO, however, promotional aspects are very limited compared to a PO.

  • Why Public Sector banks are ideal paymasters?

    NOV 24, 2015

    The public banking sector has given open challenge to its private counterpart as well. Along with the monetary benefits, the public sector bank employees enjoy various other rewards and facilities that make them be seated in a better position than their private counterpart.

  • Bank Probationary Officer: Eligibility Criteria, Exam Pattern

    NOV 20, 2015

    Planning to appear for Bank PO exam? Find out all necessary information like eligibility criteria and exam pattern for Bank Officer Exam.

  • An overview of Government Security market in India

    NOV 18, 2015

    The Government Security (G-Sec) market in India has observed considerable changes during the past decade. A G-Sec is a tradable instrument issued by the Central Government or the State Governments. These are issued through auctions conducted by RBI.

  • Does Banking Sector Development promote economic growth in the country?

    NOV 10, 2015

    Banking Sector has been one of the most promising and profit driven financial sector for over a decade in India. During the financial and economic crisis that was felt globally by the superpowers of banking and finance, Indian banking and economy scenario was stable and working just fine.

  • Public or Private, which bank job should you go for?

    NOV 06, 2015

    Confused about whether you should pick a Public Sector Bank Job or a private one? Read on to find out more about factors like job responsibilities, career paths and job security that each of these sectors have to offer.

  • Is MBA necessary to apply for jobs in govt banks?

    NOV 06, 2015

    Confused about eligibility criteria for Govt Bank jobs? Read on to find out if MBA is a necessary requirement for PSU Bank jobs?

  • What is the salary and allowances of Bank PO?

    NOV 04, 2015

    The 10 bipartite wage settlement for bank employees was signed by UFBU and IBA in May 2015. The scale pay of officers has been revised from Rs 14,500–52,000 to Rs 23,700–85,000. Officers will get a special allowance ranging from 7.75-11 per cent of basic pay, along with applicable dearness allowance.

  • What is the promotion policy for bank clerks?

    OCT 30, 2015

    Candidates who have ensured their place in any nationalised bank across the country would have to undergo their service for at least a period of two years in order to be eligible for promotion. The candidates must have been posted in rural areas or semi urban areas to appear for promotional exams.

  • Does Public Sector Banks conduct campus recruitment?

    OCT 30, 2015

    Recruitment of officers in public sector banks against permanent direct recruitment vacancies by resorting to campus recruitment/interview method may not be in accordance with the law. This means that public sector banks can hire officers only through examinations such as those conducted by the IBPS.

  • General Awareness for Bank Exams: Banking Ombudsman Scheme, 2006

    OCT 29, 2015

    The Banking Ombudsman Scheme is introduced under the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 by RBI with effect from 1995.The Banking Ombudsman is a senior official appointed by the RBI to redress customer complaints against deficiency in certain banking services.

  • General Awareness for Bank Exams: Foreign Direct Investments in India

    OCT 29, 2015

    The Indian government’s policy regime and a robust business environment have ensured that foreign capital keep flowing into the country. India received the maximum FDI from Mauritius at US$ 7.66 billion, followed by Singapore, the Netherlands, Japan and the US during April-January 2014-15 period.

  • What are the benefits received by an SBI employee?

    OCT 26, 2015

    The largest commercial bank in India, SBI comes out with advertisements almost every year to recruit in the posts of assistants and probationary officers. SBI offers an attractive package in order to attract and retain the best of talents in its fold.

  • RBI: The Banker and Debt Manager to Government

    OCT 23, 2015

    Managing the government's banking transactions is the traditional central banking function of RBI. RBI has the obligation to undertake the receipts and payments of the Central Government and to carry out the exchange, remittance and other banking operations, including the management of the public debt of the Central Government.

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