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Career as Bank clerk

 

DESCRIPTION of Bank clerk:

 

The bank clerk is the employee of a bank who is in charge of dealing with the clients' money. He receives and pays them, as he is making thousands of transactions every day. He is that smiling face that you can see standing behind a desk, which you are paying your bills, your debts and the one who is giving you any type of information regarding the bank's services. Each bank clerk is responsible of one area of the bank, making sure that the activity runs smoothly inside it. Thus, new account clerks are responsible for opening new accounts for clients who need them, both companies and individuals. The interest clerks are busy with monitoring interests, which correspond to different savings accounts or to the different loan offers and clarify any doubt or question that the client may be having regarding these interests, which usually are a neuralgic point. Exchange clerks have to operate with currency, and they usually help clients turn one currency into another, having a predetermined exchange rate as a landmark. Bookkeeping clerks take care of the records, which contain important data about the bank's clients, and about the operations, they have made with their accounts. Then, there are clerks who take care of the machinery, which is vital to some bank operations. We see the diversity of clerks that we can find in a bank, and how every one of them has their specific working area.

 

job responsibility of Bank clerk

 

• The ability to work neatly and accurately
• Good written and verbal communication skills
• Good numeracy and calculation skills
• Good IT skills and computer literacy
• An honest and trustworthy nature
• A good attention to detail

 

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Top Recruiting Companies of Bank clerk:

  • State Bank Of India
  • Punjab National Bank
  • Bank Of India
  • Central Bank Of India
  • HDFC Bank
  • Dena BAnk

 

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How to become Bank clerk?


Usually, a bank clerk will need not only college, but also a superior education level, which can be any faculty related to the economic field (Economics, Finances, Marketing, Management, Accountability etcetera). It is clear that he has to be a very organized person, able to have a distributive attention that he has to possess some solid communication skills, that he should have a good mind for figures and so on. 
Bachelors degree with minimum of 50% in any field from a recognized university. Students interested in applying for the posts of clerks and probationary officers in nationalized banks all over India, have to appear for all-India entrance test, CET (Common All-India Entrance Test). 

LIST OF BANKING DEGREE COURSES :
• BBA in Banking & Finance
• B.COM in Banking & Finance
• BBA in Banking
• B.COM in Banking Management
• B.COM in Banking & Insurance
• MBA in Banking & Taxation
• B.Sc in Banking & Finance
• M.Com Banking Management
• M.Com in Bank Management
• M.Com in Banking & Insurance Management
• Ph.D in Banking & Finance
• Master in Banking/Finance/Insurance

LIST OF BANKING DIPLOMA COURSES :
• Advanced Diploma Course in Banking Services
• Diploma in Banking and Finance
• Diploma in Banking and Insurance
• Advance Diploma in Urban Co-operative banking
• Diploma in Banking Laws
• Diploma in Banking Management
• Diploma in Home loan advising
• Diploma in Banking Services
• Post Graduate Diploma in Bank Management
• Post graduate Diploma in Banking
• Post graduate Diploma in Banking and Financial Management
• Post graduate Diploma in Development and Investment Banking
• Post graduate Diploma in Islamic Banking and Finance

 

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Median Pay Scale/salary of Bank clerk :


The average income of a bank clerk is situated somewhere around Rs. 7000 - Rs.10,000 per month. The bank clerk is a key-employee of the bank, although his work may sometimes be easily overlooked. However, let us not forget that great things derive from smaller ones

 

Top Graduate Colleges in India:

 

National Institute Of Bank Management 
Annamalai University 
The Indian Institute Of Banking & Finance 
Aligarh Muslim University 
Indira Gandhi National Open University 
Shri Venkateshwara University 
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University 
 

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