The Banking sector has provided many opportunities over the last few years to the aspiring candidates who are willing to join the government sector. It has increased the number of participants taking part in the recruitment examinations year after year. There is a huge rush among the youth of the country to get into a government job and secure their futures. Along with the banking jobs the SSC CGL posts are also quite famous among the aspirants. Lakhs of candidates take up SSC CGL examination every year in order to get placed at various departments and ministries of the Government of India with repute. The luring opportunity to get placed in a position of respect as well as growth, both financially and exponentially makes the aspiring candidates work even harder to get through with the job opportunity.
Choices of People regarding Job Opportunity
People like to be in a post according to their choices and framework of mind of their work place. The mapping of common interest is quite a tough nut to break. Where on one hand people prefer the comfort and respect earned through SSC CGL jobs, many others opt for PO posts due to its fast career growth and secure job. There are other factors as well that rules a job to be good or bad and that depends completely over the choices of the candidates who are about to take up the positions after going through the competitive examination.
Salary and Profile of Bank PO and SSC CGL Jobs
The salary of the Bank PO after the recent 10th bipartite agreement has risen high up to Rs. 40000-50000 pm., which is considerably higher than that of an income tax officer or excise inspector jobs. Being a bank PO certainly ends up on the higher front of salary with good opportunities of getting a promotion soon. Being a PO also saves the candidates the burden of frequent transfers in various parts of the country over a considerable period. They could also get posted in their home branches over time, but in case of SSC jobs the option of getting hometown vacancy remains quite low.
Transfer and Promotion Policy of Bank PO and SSC CGL Jobs
There remains a provision of constant transferring of the candidates over the nation during their service period. SSC posts also lack the fast track promotion facilities enjoyed by the PO candidates. The scope of promotion for most of the SSC posts is limited, while on the other hand the bank PO after completing 3-4 years of their service can reach up to the level of managers. All the above cons of SSC jobs are shaded away by the fact that it brings enormous respect and social status of the candidates, which can never be attained by either a PO or a Manager working in any nationalized bank. The Bank POs are also bound to complete their initial probation period of 2 years after they get selected for the posts which is never a case with a person getting a job through SSC CGL.
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