Banking sector offers multiple job opportunities at different levels. One can take a Sarkari Naukri in Banks as a sub-staff, clerk, specialist officer or probationary officer in any commercial bank. Apart from this, candidates can also apply for regulatory and developmental job roles to join organisations like the Reserve Bank of India, NABARD, National Housing Bank and others.
Candidates interested in the banking sector may need to appear for some exams for recruitment to some job positions. A career in banking has emerged as the most preferred career amongst the youth of the country. Candidates require good communication and leadership skills for a banking job. A list of some of the major jobs offered in banking along with salary is provided here.
Sarkari Naukri in Banks: Types of Jobs
Average salary per month
INR 9560- INR 18545
INR 23700-INR 42020
Middle Management Grade Scale II
INR 31705- INR 45950
Middle Management Grade Scale III
INR 42020- INR 51490
Senior Management Grade Scale IV
INR 50030- INR 59170.
Senior Management Grade Scale V
INR 59170- INR 66070
INR 30000- INR38000
Grade B Officer at RBI (Generalist/ Statistics / Economics)
INR 35,150 (approx)
NABARD Officer Grade ‘A’
INR 45000 (approx)
INR 45000 (approx)
Sarkari Naukri in Banks: How to Apply
Candidates need to apply for the job positions after the release of the job notification. Steps to apply for a job position in the banking sector is provided here.
Go to the official site of Banks
Check the latest job notifications. Carefully note the eligibility, important dates and other details
Click on the application link released on the homepage
Fill in the required information and click on the submit button to proceed
Download and print the application for future reference
Candidates are advised to keep a regular check on the official website of the banks for regular updates and important details such as eligibility, important dates and more. For further details, candidates can visit the bank websites. The banking sector offers employment opportunities to a large number of people in India. In the upcoming time, huge growth is expected in this sector.
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