Here’s a quick overview of how to become a Banker.
An individual who aids in the operation of banking operations including accepting deposits, approving loans, and investing money are known as bankers.
Who is a Banker?
You can get ready for a career as a Banker by choosing the commerce stream.
Step 1: Stream to select
You must first choose the appropriate bachelor's degree required for working in the financial industry to begin your career as a banker.
Step 2: Educational Qualifications
Your 11th and 12th-grade studies in finance will give you a solid foundation that will make it easier for you to understand the more difficult subjects you will study in your undergraduate degree.
#1 After 10th
To work in a public sector bank, earn a bachelor's degree discipline closely linked to commerce, and prepare for several banking entrance tests.
#2 After 12th
– Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) – Certified Financial Planning (CFP) – Certified Management Accountant (CMA) – Certified Public Accountant (CPA) – Financial Risk Management (FRM)
Step 3: Certificate and Project Courses
Given your financial sector knowledge, you understand the importance of initial impressions.
Step 4: Job Preparation
– The personnel at the bank where you wish to intern will guide you through the procedure if you contact them. – To find internship opportunities, keep an eye on the newspaper's section on employment opportunities or go to a job fair.
A candidate is eligible to join the ICAI if they have completed articleship training and both groups of the CA Final exam.
#2 Portfolio Creation
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