3 Reasons For Grabbing Opportunities Through IBPS Exam, SBI and FCI Recruitment 2013
For most of the students, either in their final year of their graduation or having completed their degree courses, there is a worry of joining a job. For this reason, and with this aim in mind, they look out for various job opportunities in the job scenario. In India, there is a trend towards going for government jobs and over the years, jobs in armed forces, railways, banks etc have become quite sought after. As a reflection of this craze among people, it can be seen that there are huge number of applicants for recruitment drives by organisations like SBI, FCI or other public sector undertakings. Opportunities are found in plenty, for the interested candidates for banking jobs and jobs in FCI or Food Corporation of India. In 2013, bank jobs are supposed to come up in huge numbers. Those people, who want to secure their positions in banking jobs in nationalised banks of the country, should grab any opportunities that come their way. There have been high turnouts for exams, which are scheduled for recruitment in State Bank of India or Food Corporation or India or any other banks through the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.
These organisations of SBI, FCI and other nationalised banks for which the IBPS exams are conducted, have a large number of vacancies. Whenever their job advertisements are published, these are usually for intake of few hundreds of recruits. FCI recruitment 2013 has been recently advertised, which says that about 6400 Assistant Grade III posts in Depot, technical and accounts cadre people would be selected. This is going to fill up vacancies in various posts across the various zones of FCI in India. Similarly, it is being said that about 20,000 positions of POs and clerks will be required in the next year of 2013. When SBI recruitment 2013 or the IBPS exam 2013 would be carried out on the day of the exams, candidates will have to appear in a written round. These written rounds comprise of questions related to general reasoning, verbal ability, simple arithmetic and general knowledge. Both the IBPS and the SBI written exams will be on these topics, which are possible to be answered by almost everyone, who is fulfilling the eligibility criteria and has gone to the exam centre. Such questions have been framed by the examining authority, so that educational background is not going to matter, in the scoring system in the marks. Those, who score well in the competitive exam, will be able to cross into a world of great prospect and professional advancement. Being a part of a huge and reputed organisation like FCI, is a matter of privilege. After entering into these jobs, people get to know a lot of things about their profession and gradually become competent over a period of time. Similarly, those who are becoming part of the banking industry can also learn new tricks of finances and banking activities. Gradually, by promotions and by appearing different departmental tests, people can rise up the ladder of hierarchy. In India, there has always been a charm for the government jobs and people try their level best to secure jobs in the banking sector and large organisations like the FCI. Along with being well paid, these jobs are also quite prestigious and respectable. Nationalised banks recruiting through IBPS exam, SBI and FCI have generated lots of employment opportunities, providing in front of people a number of options to give a boost to their professional careers.