NIIT IFBI announces 3rd National Banking Entrance Test for industry-linked post graduate programs

Bangalore: NIIT Institute of Finance, Banking & Insurance Training Ltd. (IFBI) – India’s largest Banking training institute, today announced the 3rd National Banking Entrance Test (NBET) for their Post Graduate programs from February 15th to 28th, 2013.

Successful candidates will be eligible for direct admission into the industry linked diploma programs- Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Operations (PGDBO) and BankVantage Career programs. Top 2,600 candidates in the merit list will be offered pre-course placement offers from leading private sector banks in India.

Graduates/Post graduates with 50% or above marks in graduation, Class XII & Class X, and final year graduation students, are eligible to apply for the National Banking Entrance Test. Candidates should be born on or after 1st July, 1988 to be eligible for applying for the test. The applicants can either visit IFBI centre or can apply online by submitting application form at Flagging off 3rd NBET nationally, Mr Bimal Jain, President, NIIT IFBI, said, “With the Indian banking industry on a growth path, there is a huge requirement for skilled professionals. NBET is an initiative by IFBI to identify and train the right talent for the fast evolving banking sector in India.”

NBET would be an online examination in the areas of Verbal, Numerical, Logical and Basic Checking. Candidates who qualify in NBET would need to appear for a personal interview and shortlisted candidates would need to enroll for the PG Programs in order to accomplish a secured banking career with top recruiters like –ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yes Bank etc.

With India close to fulfilling its long-awaited commitment of opening more banks in order to achieve financial inclusion, job opportunities in the banking sector are set to rise. There are an estimated 85,000 vacancies in various PSU banks across the country and the government is keen on filling these in this fiscal year itself. Analysts are of the view that with the opening of new banks, at least 50,000 people can get jobs in India.

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