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Bank Jobs 2020-21

Check and Apply for Latest Bank Jobs 2020-21: AasaanJobs help you to check on latest vacancies, Eligibility, Last date to apply, Application Fee, How to Apply, Related Documents as well as Results all in one Place.

Government Bank Vacancies in India

Find latest government bank jobs on Aasaanjobs. From bank peon jobs and bank security jobs to office assistant jobs in banks and officer-level government bank jobs, you can find them all here.

As for the locations, government jobs in banks 2020-21 has to offer can be found in the following regions currently on Aasaanjobs:

  • Maharashtra
  • Kerala
  • Karnataka
  • Uttarakhand
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Bihar
  • Chandigarh
  • Haryana
  • West Bengal
  • Goa
  • Gujarat
  • Jammu Kashmir
  • Andaman and Nicobar
  • Maharashtra
  • Nagaland
  • Puducherry
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Rajasthan

Here are some banks and institutions that offer the latest govt bank jobs on Aasaanjobs with numerous perks and benefits for multiple job roles:

  • IDBI Bank
  • Bank of Maharashtra (BOM)
  • Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
  • National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development (NABARD)
  • State Bank of India (SBI)
  • South Indian Bank Ltd
  • Karnataka Bank
  • Indian Bank
  • Punjab and Sind Bank
  • Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
  • Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran Private Ltd (BRBNM)

Take Your Pick: Sarkari Naukri Bank Job Roles on Aasaanjobs

You see, if you’re looking out for a job banks offer multiple roles based on the qualification you hold, and in some cases, even experience gathered in previous years of employment. Bank cashier job is one such role that witnesses multiple applicants. That said, administration is probably one department that hires in volumes. 

As an aspirant of bank jobs 2020-21, some of the job roles you could explore include:

  • Bank call center jobs
  • Bank security guard job
  • Sweeper job in bank 
  • Govt peon job in bank
  • Office assistant in bank
  • Security officer jobs in banks
  • Bank Specialist Cadre Officer
  • Specialist Officer (SO)
  • Assistant Librarian
  • Legal Officer
  • Clerk Jobs
  • Probationary Clerk
  • Probationary Officer / Bank PO
  • Manager-level Jobs and more

The Big Q: How Do You Look For & Apply To Latest Govt Bank Jobs 2020-21 on Aasaanjobs

This is fairly easy to understand and answer. For govt bank recruitment 2020-21, we’ve kept the applicants in mind while designing our portal. The problem with finding Sarkari bank jobs on other portals is that they’re either outdated, or the bank govt jobs 2020-21 description is incomplete or misleading. 

This doesn’t happen on Aasaanjobs. Owing to candidates carrying diverse education qualifications and varying levels of experience, we explain below — by taking an example based on minimum educational criteria set for govt bank jobs — how Aasaanjobs assists candidates in the search for government jobs in banks.

Example 1: Government Jobs for 12th Pass in Banks / 10th Pass Job in Bank

Assume that your maximum qualification is only 10th pass. This would mean that you’ll have to apply to govt bank jobs that include roles, such as office assistant, peon, security guard and so on. On Aasaanjobs, you’ll be able to see the minimum qualification set by the bank and the location.

Do note that, although the minimum bar set by the government bank for a job role may be 10th Pass, a candidate who holds a higher qualification can still apply to the job. 

What features does Aasaanjobs offer candidates on the hunt for a Sarkari bank job?

  • Important Links

As is evident from the identifier, the ‘important links’ section which can be found for all government job postings lists all the links in one place. These links redirect back to the official website of the bank, allow downloads of official notifications, helps a candidate to log in, register, download admit card or result, apply to a job, and more. 

This confusion which stems from opening multiple websites to apply to one job role is resolved in this way.

  • Brief Info

Under this section, you can find a quick summary of the govt bank job in question. It’s a 2-line description of the job role, the hiring bank, and a few additional details.

  • Important Dates

The problem with most government jobs is that it’s very easy to miss out on deadlines. With multiple sources citing one thing or the other, a candidate might completely forget about when the application window opens, when it closes, the window for the payment of fees or uploading or documents.

The process of applying to the latest govt bank job can be a lengthy and complicated process. You can’t change it, but with Aasaanjobs you can track each phase of the job in question: from application to the very end.

  • Application Fees

Government bank jobs may or may not have fixed fees for application. Majority of the job roles have fee based on the reservation system i.e. ST, SC, OBC, General and so on. 

Aasaanjobs demarcates the application pricing for all categories under one section. 

  • Age Limit

Every job role comes with an age bar. As such, for any government bank job vacancy that opens up on Aasaanjobs, it collates the information and lists it in a presentable format as per job role with the corresponding age criteria set by the bank.

  • Eligibility

To explain this take bank security guard vacancy as a government bank job listed on Aasaanjobs. The minimum qualification might be set as 10th pass for this Sarkari bank job, but it might also come with a minimum experience required in handling/heading security at a previous establishment.

Regardless of the job posting, Aasaanjobs enumerates all requirements for eligibility for the applicants.   

  • Vacancy Details

Should you apply for a certain government bank job and go up against thousands of other candidates for one vacancy? Do you stand a chance against other candidates in your category? 

You get all such answers on Aasaanjobs no matter irrespective of the Sarkari bank job. Get a full list of job roles and the corresponding vacancies. Or a count of vacancies based on your category/reservation system or your state of residence. What’s more, you can also find out if the hiring bank has set any additional criteria. Eg. Communication skill.

Sarkari bank jobs are highly sought after. After all, it’s a government job, that too in an ever-growing sector. Fashion a career in government bank jobs? Watch this space for regular updates and job postings. Alternatively, check out private bank jobs on Aasaanjobs if you do not find any government banking job roles that suit you.

Bank Jobs - FAQs

1) What are the bank jobs available in the government sector?

Public sector banks offer a lot of job opportunities for individuals. Some of the popular private sector bank jobs are Clerk, PO, Management Trainee, Chief Manager, Assistant General Manager, Deputy General Manager, Branch Manager, Consultants, Law officer, Customer service etc. 

2) How to check the application fee for bank jobs?

You can check the application fee (if applicable) for bank jobs from the job description. Aasaanjobs provide a specific page of each job role with all relevant information including the application fees. 

3) How to download the official notification for a job?

Go to Aasaanjobs Sarkari portal and access the bank jobs window. Select the job from the list. Once you click on the job role a page with relevant information will load up. It will have all the information regarding the job, including the official notification. 

4) How to check the latest bank jobs via Aasaanjobs?

Go to Aasaanjobs.com. Scroll down the home page to find a link to ‘Bank Jobs’ under the subcategory 'Sarkari Jobs’. 

5) How to apply for private sector bank jobs?

Go to Aasaanjobs.com and search for relevant jobs using the primary search bar. You can categorize the jobs and filter out job roles based on qualifications, experience, company name and even area. Each of the jobs listed will have a direct link for online application. 

6) Why work in government banks?

Public sector bank jobs offer job security and retirement benefits like all the other government jobs. Government banks provide competitive salary, perks and benefits to all the employees. This is the reason why public sector bank jobs are  widely known as the ‘safe jobs’. 

7) How to find state-wise/area-wise bank jobs?

Go to Aasaanjobs.com. Type the job role and location on the home page search bar and click on the search icon. 

8) Can I apply for more than one  job at a time via Aasaanjobs?

Yes. You can apply for as many jobs you like via Aasaanjobs. You can also track the status of your job applications via the Aasaanjobs portal. 

9) What is the minimum qualification required for IBPS PO jobs?

Any graduates can apply for the IBPS PO jobs irrespective of the stream of education. The minimum qualification required for IBPS PO is graduation. 

10) Is IBPS PO a public sector job?

No. Even if the banks are government (public-sector)  banking entities and are under control of the Indian government, employees of such banks are under the respective PSBs and not the government.

11) What is the candidate screening process for IBPS PO 2020?

The IBPS PO examination has three phases -- Preliminary examination, Main examination and Interview process. The probationary officer candidates should mandatorily clear all the three levels of screening process inorder to get posted as PO in any public sector banks. 

12) What degree is best for banking sector jobs?

Business, finance and accounting are the most likely choices of investment firms and banks. Nowadays banks are also considering a huge number of candidates with graduate degrees in economics, mathematics and engineering.

Latest News

June 30, 2020: A new notification concerning IBPS RRB 2020 recruitment for Officers (Scale I, II, and II) and Office Assistant posts has been released. Eligible candidates can apply between July 1 - 21, 2020.

The prelims is expected to be conducted during September or October 2020 and call letters can be downloaded in August 2020.  

Eligible candidates must possess a Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from a recognised university or institute. Officer (Scale I) and Office Assistant candidates have to appear for Prelims, Mains and an Interview whereas Officer (Scale II and II) will have a single exam and interview. 

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