The entire global economy is going through a tough phase now. A lot of people have already lost their jobs over the last couple of years and many more are living in the fear of losing their own. Quite interestingly enough, almost all the job cuts have happened in the private sector; there are very few government employees who have actually lost their jobs. Bank jobs in India are definitely better compared to the corporate jobs then it comes to job security, average salary and also annual benefits.
If you take a look at the list of Indian Banking jobs 2012, you would see that almost every banking departments has a couple of vacancies. Almost all the jobs that are featured in the list of Indian government 2012 require you to be an Indian citizen, have no criminal records and be above the age of 18 years. So, these are the basic qualities that are needed in a candidate who wants to apply for all such vacancies in India. Let us now take a look at the educational and other requirements:
As told earlier there are a variety of different banking jobs available in the list of Indian banking jobs 2012. The educational qualifications required for different posts in India are definitely different, but in most cases you are required to be at least a graduate in order to be eligible to apply for a post. Most jobs in India would require you to go through a written examination followed by an interview process. If you get selected, you would be put on training for a stipulated period of time during which you would be eligible for a fraction of the salary and benefits offered against the post. There are some job vacancies that would require you to have technical qualifications such as a degree in engineering or a diploma in applied sciences. In almost all the cases your degree or diploma should be verifiable and should have been awarded by an UGC recognize University or institute. For graduate level teaching jobs you need to have a postgraduate degree or doctorate on the subject of your choice in order to be eligible.
Experience With The Indian Army
If you have military working experience you would be eligible for almost all posts that are featured in the list of Indian banking jobs 2012. Most banking departments have a couple of reserved seats for ex-Army professionals and as long as you have proof of your service at the Army, you would not have to worry about the age limits specified by different banking jobs in India. There are some vacancies in India that give preference to ex-Army professionals; so, if you are serving the Indian army, you might as well think of taking up another job with a govt department after retiring from the Army!