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    PSU jobs preparation institute after MBA

    Preparing for PSU / banking job? Looking out for which PSU is better? Find advice and suggestions for this job preparation here.

    I am an MBA fresher, looking forward to prepare for PSUs.
    My scores are such
    10th - 63%
    12th - 59% - 57%
    and MBA - 68%
    Can you do counselling over here that which PSU would be better for me considering my scores? First preference is PSUs and and is Banking. Can you pls guide me where i should take coaching from and for which organisation?
    I am hoping for a quick reply.
  • Answers

    5 Answers found.
  • You need to understand the scarcity of jobs in the market so under this circumstances, you need not be choosy rather you must avail of the oppurtunities coming in ways.
    As far as the jobs of Public - undertakings and Banking are concerned, the test - pattern to be utilised for the screening of the aspirants are more less the same. You will have to clear the papers of Reasoning, GK , General - English and Mathematics covering the standard of class ten and twelve. Then the next procedure is to face the oral - interview after the clearance of the written test and final selection is made on clearing the Medical - test organised by the selection - board.
    Since there is a similarity in the test - pattern of the tests adopted by different Public - undertakings and Banks, there would not be much strain if you follow a systematic pattern in the preparation of the tests. It would be better to enroll in a reputed institution for the guidance - purpose since they would enrich your skill in solving the problems especially in Mathematics where you would take less time in working out the problems. Such tips would do wonders in solving the problems.
    Some notable Public - undertakings are SAIL, ONGC, DVC, NTPC etc where you can get jobs after clearing written and oral interviews. In the banking sectors they follow the similar test pattern. However, they determine a minimum cut - off point for screening the candidates prior to written test and the same may vary between 55 and 60 percent.
    Take it granted that the jobs of both public - sectors and Banks are equally stimulating.

  • These days we can't decide on one sector which is good for us. In my opinion, one should try for both and whichever we are able to secure that will be the good one and we have to strive there for our growth. You are a graduate with MBA. But you have not mentioned your specialisation in your MBA. Once the subject is known we can make a better judgment. I feel you better join in a coaching centre around your place and which is the best available for bank clerk or officer post written test and work hard on that line. With that knowledge, you can appear for bank tests and also PSUs posts. The chances of getting a job in the banking sector are high for a person with your background.

    always confident

  • As per your qualifications you can try for jobs both in PSUs or banks. These have their own examination patterns but the basic preparation will be similar.

    There are many coaching centres for IAS or banking services and you can join some good centre to sharpen your wits.

    Please remember that there is a very very high competition for jobs as a large number of qualified people are in the fray. Still, with hard work and focused approach one can get success. Do not depend on guess papers or limited question banks but prepare thoroughly and exhaustively. There is no point in appearing in competitive exams with little or select preparation.

    There are many sites (including ISC) where you can get old question papers of various PSUs as well as banking services. Get hold of them for practice and efficiency.

    Knowledge is power.

  • My free and frank advice is as under:-

    (a) From your qualification, I find that you are not eligible to apply in any specialised jobs in PSUs/Banks. So far as PSUs are concerned, you can apply for the position of Management Trainee. In very rare cases, you can also apply for the position of Accountant, also.For this purpose, you have to regularly subscribe to the Employment News and apply as and when such positions are advertised.
    (b) So far as Public Sector Banks are concerned, you can apply for the position of Probationary Officer (PO) or as Bank Clerk. To apply for these positions, qualification of Graduation in any steam is suffice. However, the recruitment examinations are very tough and require serious practice for at least six months.

    "If you are killed in action, you go to Heaven. If you win, you rule this Earth (as beautiful as Heaven). That is why, O son of Kunti, take a firm resolve and fight!"-- Shrimad Bhagwad Gita

  • You can apply for banking recruitments. The most desired job by any candidate approaching banking sector is PO exam (i.e, Probationary Officer Exam). SBI releases notification of their PO exams every year. Please go through the details from SBI careers portal. You can also try for the same post in other banks too. There will be recruitment notices in their career page.

    You can try visiting all the PSU websites and look for current openings and application process. Your an MBA candidate and can apply for junior level assistant or clerical post in Sales, Purchase or Administration Department to kick start with.

    You can look in newspapers for any updates on openings. Major PSU in India are BEL, BHEL, BSNL,ONGC, ITI,etc

    You can also opt for some competitive exams like IAS,IRS,IPS,etc if your willing to spend time in preparing yourself for such exams. There are many coaching centers like TIMES who train students for banking and other competitive exams. You have not mentioned the name of your city to advise you the any coaching centers but TIMES center should be available in your location or you can try to google nearest institutions list. Parallelly you can try for any private sector companies which provides better scope to nourish your career.

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