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Date: 10 Jan 2016    Group: Career Guidance    Category: Finance and Banking Jobs   

I have completed my graduation in BMS. I am not interested in MBA but need a job. Can you provide guidance about other study options?
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Author: Kailash Kumar    11 Jan 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

After becoming a graduate , whole world of career options to choose from opens. It will depend on the hard work done at this stage in cracking competitive examinations to get better jobs. Right from civil services examination to state civil services to banks jobs are available to choose from. In banking sector , full range of options from clerk grade to PO grade are available. In addition there are many other competitive examinations to get a job where graduation is the minimum criteria.

Author: Chitra Rana Raghav    12 Jan 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

Dear with this eligibility you can keep on trying for many government jobs. Most of the government jobs require graduation only.
Few options are like Banking, Railways, Defence forces and IAS, IPS etc. Options are many please explore and decide before time fly off your hand.
If you are i requirement of immediate job you can do in some companies which offer job for management graduates, salary may not be good but will be enough to help you for some temporary time.
Be the creator of your destiny. Pick up the pen and diary. Think of situation you want after five years. Then plan it back. Be realistic!
You will get your answer which side you want to go.
If you decide to go for any government job, you can search in ISC or can ask again about the possible opportunities in different sectors.
Just to inform you Railways application forms are out, with name RRB you can search for details for those. If unable to found or understand, can ask for direct help in same section or via message.

Author: Sheo Shankar Jha    13 Jan 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

Once you have acquired a graduation degree, you would get a job - opening in almost all the areas. You may appear inthe examination of Civil Service, Probationary officer's Examination conducted by the nationalised banks or even you can appear for BDO. LIC also looks after young graduates and you may appear for the Probationary - officer's test conducted by this Corporation.
Needless to say, there are plethora of openings and you need to choose these areas judiciously.
Indian Civil Service is the toughest examination and this calls for total dedication in its preparation and at the same time you must be familiar with the pattern of the existing procedure. You may enrol yourself in some leading Institute to crack the same. In Delhi, coaching in TIME or Rao's Study Circle can be useful to you provided you have inclination to choose IAS examination.
For Banking Sector preparation, you have to appear for a written test containing General English, Aptitude -test and Mathematical problems. Here also you may take up the help of various noted institutes for your preparation. The pattern of LIC examination is more or less same as that of Banking Examination.
Whatever the case may be, you have to develop your skill in English apart from a voracious reader of English News paper to keep yourself abreast of the latest events.
You can clear the test with your positive outlook.

Author: Sonali    21 Aug 2016      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

Well, that really is the question. And it's a question that many of us just can't answer. We're not all born with a desire to get THAT job and some of us struggle to work out what career or job would suit us.
So I am here to help. The first step to getting a job that's right for you is to work out your personality type. Then you can decide on a job that will fit you.

It is pretty much common in India that parents of young graduates and undergraduates want their sons and daughters to get into the government services. While this is majorly due to the fact that government services have a major share of security in the terms of career than the usual private organization jobs available in the market today, however in the hustle bustle, an aspirant highly disregards their interests even when applying for a government exam or maybe sitting for one.
1. Government Jobs

I will suggest you to fill clerk application Form: IBPS Clerk apply online
ibps clerk apply online because online application procedure begun.
IBPS Clerk is one of the most sought jobs in banking sector.

Private Jobs:
Banking jobs in private sectors like HDFC, AXIS, ICICI and many other.

Thank you

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