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30th November 2015, 01:53 AM
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Should I change to Banking job from Pharmaceutical job?


After passing MBA marketing and Finance presently
working with pharmaceutical sectors should i go for banking sector job or not?




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30th November 2015, 06:44 PM
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Default Re: Should I change to Banking job from Pharmaceutical job?

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After passing MBA marketing and Finance presently
working with pharmaceutical sectors should i go for banking sector job or not?
Yeah you can opt for joining in a banking job after passing MBA marketing and finance as it may be helpful and easy as regarding the degree which you have graduated. You can apply for jobs such as Bank PO and Clerk through IBPS.

Eligibility For Bank Clerk:

# Candidate should have citizenship in India.

# Age limit needed is 20-28 years for general category candidate and there are relaxation for other category candidates such as for SC/ST it is 5 years extra and for OBC 3 years extra.

# Educational qualification states that candidate need to have completed a degree from a recognized university and should have knowledge about computers.

Eligibility for Bank PO:

# Nationality standard states candidate should have citizenship in India.

# Candidate need to have 20-30 years for general category, the relaxation for SC/ST is 20-35 years, for OBC it is 20-33 years.

# Regarding the educational qualification, candidate need to have completed a degree in any stream from a recognized university with at least 60% aggregate.

Pattern for PO:



To know more information regarding the exam check at http://www.ibps.in
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30th November 2015, 11:07 PM
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Default Re: Should I change to Banking job from Pharmaceutical job?

Yes definitely you can apply for Banking jobs.There are various types of jobs in banking sector.

Banking Sector:- For clerk,PO,SO & RRB

Eligibility Criteria:- For RRB (Office Assistant)- You must have graduation degree in any stream.

Age limit:- Age should be in between 18 to 28 years.

Eligibility Criteria for Clerk Post:- You must have completed graduation degree in any stream.

Age limit:- Age must be in between 20 to 28 years.

For PO:- You must have completed graduation degree in any stream from recognized university.

Age limit:- Age should be in between 20 to 30 years.

For SO:- You must have completed graduation degree in BE/B.Tech/MBA

Exam Pattern:- Preliminary exam & Mains exam.

Age limit:- Age should be in between 20 to 30 years.
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30th November 2015, 11:09 PM
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Default Re: Should I change to Banking job from Pharmaceutical job?

Yes there is a possibility to get a bank job even after you had worked in pharmaceutical sector. But yes it is completely depends on you since to crack bank exam you should have good knowledge on basics of maths. Other wise it will be very difficult to crack bank exam.

Being a pharma student you will have lack of knowledge on maths. So take care of it. Try to practice previous year question papers for it. Then you will get a knowledge on the concepts frequently asking in bank exams.

Selection procedure has been changed as per the type of post. From this year onwards there is one more level of exam called " Prelims and Main's" under this exam.
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