What is the easiest way to get a bank job without IBPS exam?

Updated on : December 7, 2021 by Tom West



What is the easiest way to get a bank job without IBPS exam?

If you are looking for bank jobs without IBPS exam, you should try private and foreign banks. Many private banks regularly hire freshers for entry level jobs. You need to have a graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university with 50% and above.

Here's what you can do:

1 Create a smart resume and LinkedIn profile.

2 Send your resume to all the private banks and / or register on their portals

3 Keep visiting their websites and check out the 'career' section for job openings. Apply to specific positions of your liking.

4 You can register with various job search portals like Naukri, Indee

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If you are looking for bank jobs without IBPS exam, you should try private and foreign banks. Many private banks regularly hire freshers for entry level jobs. You need to have a graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university with 50% and above.

Here's what you can do:

1 Create a smart resume and LinkedIn profile.

2 Send your resume to all the private banks and / or register on their portals

3 Keep visiting their websites and check out the 'career' section for job openings. Apply to specific positions of your liking.

4 You can register with various job search portals like Naukri, Indeed and others

5 You can engage the services of headhunters who deal with banks.

6 Use your personal network in case you have one. Nothing works like personal networking. Many job positions get filled through employee referral programs.

Hiring procedures will depend on the bank. I would suggest you prepare yourself well. Also, try and build your skills like customer handling, selling, computer skills etc.

PREPARING FOR APTITUDE TESTS

There are plenty of sites available like Indiabix and others. Check them out. Familiarize with the type of questions and practice well. Gain speed and accuracy.

PREPARING FOR INTERVIEWS

To help bank job aspirants prepare well for their interviews, I have authored a book titled 'Be a BankPro'. It is a comprehensive bank guide which covers everything that a bank expects in a candidate and which will help you to excel in the interviews. It is available on Amazon

if you influential enough, or if you can pull 2 ​​or 3 more strings then you can enter in the bank job easily without any hard work. But that is literally illegal. Because that type of many incidents happens if any member of your family then he or she can take you in the bank as a clerk. but first, you have to work as a temporary worker for 1 or 2 years or more. then all things go as pre-planned you just sit ininterview as a regular candidate but u are already selected internally. but that is totally wrong and injustice to other aspirants.

If you want to go for bank job then go only for Govt bank and for that you have to go through ibps clerk or PO position. it's best to get through ibps because with ibps you have the chance to get selected among 19 leading Banks. Moreover govt has perks incentives and offcorse pension facilities.

I am not sure about your age or current scenario in your career life but just one advice irrespective of anything:

Think of long term success!

Plan your actions!

smart work is essential!

Success has no shortcut!

Hardwork is mandatory!

In this case go for private bank. After all they are also bank. But for PSB you have to go threw IBPS. Bank also hire MBA students from IIM, that process is also not easy. You know one thing- there is no alternative of success other then hard work. Some time short cut harms us. Don't mind my words.

Cheers.

Start ur own bank

IBPS Exam is conducted to recruit bankers for nationalized bank. As they recruit candidates through competitive exams only.

If you are looking for Private banks job then either you prepare for MBA and get admission in NIBM, Pune. There, through placement process you may get job in Banking sector.

If u want to get a bank job without clearing ibps exam then u should go for private bank. First u have to complete MBA then u can apply for private banks.

Hey I have cracked IBPS PO 8, I hope this will help in all exams based on the methodology on which banking exams are based upon:

First - Keep in mind that the preference should be RBI> INSURANCE> BANKING.

• Try to enter into specialist entry if you are eligible.

• Time Needed - Maximum 5 months.

• Don't just read everything.

• Stop making notes on current like a 15 year old kid.

• Give every exam irrespective of what the post is and how many vacancies are there.

• Please do not waste too much time in learning new concepts and tricks.

• Give as many test series you can and everything will fit into the fr

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Hey I have cracked IBPS PO 8, I hope this will help in all exams based on the methodology on which banking exams are based upon:

First - Keep in mind that the preference should be RBI> INSURANCE> BANKING.

• Try to enter into specialist entry if you are eligible.

• Time Needed - Maximum 5 months.

• Don't just read everything.

• Stop making notes on current like a 15 year old kid.

• Give every exam irrespective of what the post is and how many vacancies are there.

• Please do not waste too much time in learning new concepts and tricks.

• Give as many test series you can and everything will fit into the frame itself.

☐PRE -

• Do not touch the pen as far as possible.

• Do not attend Puzzles in reasoning section in the first go (make sure you atteend the puzzle once you are done with the remaining questions.)

• Do not mark questions in English section with fear or with fun (depends on your expertise) (this section is a real fucker in pre)

• Practice, practice and practice.

• Do not focus on pre rather focus on mains.

• quants- Do not try to complete the calculation and try to see the options when you are in the middle of the question. Secondly try to make your own tricks and methods for questions like series, quadratic, approximation etc.

• Do not spend more than 45 seconds on a question. Is this less ?? Go home!

• If you still touch pen as soon as you start reading question, sorry you will not clear this paper ever! so do not touch pen but don't take this as a religious advice, you can use pen when necessary (you can not do seating arrangement without pen, i know i sound like a moron: p)

• Scoring is necessary no matter which question gives you marks, try to understand that every question carries the same marks.

☐Mains - Real fight is this part. Pre is just a warm up process.

• Real fuck up's - Quant - Nightmare (can spoil your whole paper.)

- Reasoning - It is a booby trap.

Attend every question with care.

• Try to perform exceptionally good in Current and English they are the real game changers.

☐ Those who think they are weak in English and it's a nightmare, please don't cram the rules and words they are of little use. Read this subject every day, try to attempt the RC in mock papers.

• In Quant - No trciks are required, make sure your every single concept of SI, CI, Percentage, Average, Profit and loss, M&A and WTD is clear.

• Do not panic in quant section, I Repeat "DO NOT PANIC".

• For reasoning - Don't start solving right away, go through the whole section within 5 minutes and then try to attempt the easier one's.

• Mains paper test your endurance, patience and not speed. Please do not tak this paper as a game of IPL it is a one day match and you have to decide smartly where to put the power plays.

• Please make sure you attend you weak section with a goal to clear the cut off and attend your strongest to score like a pro not vice-versa.

☐ Material and sites to refer -

Current - Affairs cloud and (bankers adda or grade up) All three for the brilliant one's or who have the time to remember everything.

Quant - Arun sharma and youtube for concepts.

Reasoning - Self analysis.

English - News paper.

Test series - No limit on this one (Practice mock, oliveboard are Recommended.)

Try to use youtube and friends for the topics you are not comfortable with.

Please do not attend questions you are not sure of. (Negative marking will make you regret why you are born in the first place.)

• Try to focus on mains.

☐Try to focus on officer posts.

Hope this will help.

All the best.

Many private banks regularly hire freshers for entry level jobs. You need to have a graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university with 50% and above.

Here's what you can do:

1 Create a smart resume and LinkedIn profile.

2 Send your resume to all the private banks and / or register on their portals

3 Keep visiting their websites and check out the 'career' section for job openings. Apply to specific positions of your liking.

4 You can register with various job search portals like Naukri, Indeed and others

5 You can engage the services of headhunters who deal with banks.

6 Use your person

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Many private banks regularly hire freshers for entry level jobs. You need to have a graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university with 50% and above.

Here's what you can do:

1 Create a smart resume and LinkedIn profile.

2 Send your resume to all the private banks and / or register on their portals

3 Keep visiting their websites and check out the 'career' section for job openings. Apply to specific positions of your liking.

4 You can register with various job search portals like Naukri, Indeed and others

5 You can engage the services of headhunters who deal with banks.

6 Use your personal network in case you have one.

Hiring procedures will depend on the bank. I would suggest you prepare yourself well. Also, try and build your skills like customer handling, selling, computer skills etc.

PREPARING FOR APTITUDE TESTS

There are plenty of sites available like Indiabix and others. Check them out. Familiarize with the type of questions and practice well. Gain speed and accuracy.

PREPARING FOR INTERVIEWS

To help bank job aspirants prepare well for their interviews, I have authored a book titled 'Be a BankPro'. It is a comprehensive bank guide which will help you excel in the interviews. It is available on Amazon. Do check it out. You will find it useful.

An important question that you could expect: “You are a fresher. Why should we hire you? "

You could probably answer:

“Sir, me being a fresher would actually help the organization. I do not have any personal commitments. So, I can spend long hours at work and be completely focused on the tasks. Besides, I do not have any mental or cultural baggage. I come with an open mind, high on energy, eager to learn fast and bring in fresh ideas. My academics have been extraordinary and I intend putting to practice whatever I have learned to good use. Besides, I have the skill-sets required for the job. You can definitely count on my abilities. "

For jobs in public sector banks, please refer to IBPS Website (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection)

Wish you the best.

I will be India specific. Employment in banks can broadly be divided into two categories
1. Private Sector
2. Public Sector
1. Private banks such as ICICI have their own recruitment exam through which they hire assistant mangers / Probationary Officers. They have a tie up with Manipal University where the newly recruited have to succesfuly complete their banking diploma course after which they are inducted in the rolls of ICICI bank. Apart from this, they also hire people at various levels including middle and top management through direct recruitments. Some private banks hire employees

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I will be India specific. Employment in banks can broadly be divided into two categories
1. Private Sector
2. Public Sector
1. Private banks such as ICICI have their own recruitment exam through which they hire assistant mangers / Probationary Officers. They have a tie up with Manipal University where the newly recruited have to succesfuly complete their banking diploma course after which they are inducted in the rolls of ICICI bank. Apart from this, they also hire people at various levels including middle and top management through direct recruitments. Some private banks hire employees through basic interviews as well. The qualification most private banks prefer is MBA or at least some exposure in finance. Also you can also put up your resume / CV on a job portal listing your necessary qualities / skills / qualifications.
2. Public Sector Banks: These banks are majority owned by the government and I would assume you wish to work in these banks. Any new recruit in a PSB is hired through IBPS which conducts recruitment exams for all public sector banks in India. Under the said system one has to appear for a common exam based on which the candidates are allotted different banks. The exam consists of Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Aptitude, English, General Awareness and Computers. The performance in the said exam could be greatly improved with a lot of practice.

Apart from this State bank of India and Its associate banks also conduct their own exams.

PS: I cleared SBI PO 2011, SBI PO 2013 cleared, IBPS PO top 50 rank getter, banking and ssc exam coach. For more details please message or comment.

Various banks are offering 1 year manipal diploma program for freshers. You can apply for those programs and after clearing the written exam as well as interview, you'll be trained in Manipal campus for 1 year and thereafter you'll be absorbed in the bank as Assistant Manager.

Statutory Warning - Most of the private banks are searching for incompetent graduates who don't have enough will to study for IBPS PO / clerical or other prestigious exams or they are not able to clear them so that they won't leave bank for a longer period and will keep working despite unnecessary pressure is laden on them.

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Various banks are offering 1 year manipal diploma program for freshers. You can apply for those programs and after clearing the written exam as well as interview, you'll be trained in Manipal campus for 1 year and thereafter you'll be absorbed in the bank as Assistant Manager.

Statutory Warning - Most of the private banks are searching for incompetent graduates who don't have enough will to study for IBPS PO / clerical or other prestigious exams or they are not able to clear them so that they won't leave bank for a longer period and will keep working despite unnecessary pressure is laden on them. So don't have very high expectations from these jobs.

These jobs don't make you a banker and it isn't what the top management (MD and CEO or board members) wanted while designing this program.
But the lower management (branch managers) forces you into core selling and never appreciates your operational knowledge or punctuality or sincerity. You won't be rewarded ever if you don't sell Mutual funds or Life insurances. This isn't what the "bank" decides, but this is what your local boss (Immediate reporting authority) imposes on you. He won't give you good rating points unless you lick them or keep selling even if you miss-sell.
I'll advise you to prepare for either IBPS or even if you want to go for manipal program, some of the public sector banks are also having that kind of training. Don't choose private sector bank via Manipal program unless you don't have any other option. Private banks are a much better option when you go via a Bschool recruitment into a higher grade.

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