Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) is a national level entrance exam to get admission into India’s top MBA institutes accepting XAT scores. It is conducted once in a year in the month of January by Xavier School of Management formerly known as Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI).The XAT 2020 entrance exam is going to be held on 5th Jan 2020 on Sunday. XAT is a computer based online exam. All the important dates regarding XAT 2020 will be out soon in the month of August by XLRI.
There are almost 150 top MBA colleges accepting XAT score for admission. The accepting score differs from institution to institution. There are some MBA colleges accepting XAT score above 90% including XLRI, SPJIMR (SP Jain Institute of management and Research), IMT (Information Management Technology), XIMB (Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar),etc while there are some other MBA colleges that accepts XAT score above 80% such as IRMA (Institute of Rural Management Anand), MICA (Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad), K J Soumaiya, GIM Goa (Goa Institute of Management), Great Lakes, LIBA (Loyola Institute of Business Administration), TAPMI (T.A Pai Management Institute), etc.
The MBA admission process 2020 in the top MBA Colleges accepting XAT score will start in the month of September/October 2019 and will remain open till the declaration of XAT 2020 result.
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Here is the list of top MBA colleges accepting XAT score with their cut offs of XAT 2019 so that students can create an idea about the approximate cut off of XAT 2020 of the colleges according to the previous year cut off.
Here we have given you the list of some of India’s top MBA colleges which accepts the XAT score for admission in MBA course. It will help the Students who are interested in pursuing MBA in the top B-schools of India.
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The banking sector is one of the emerging sectors for a developing country like India. Banks are considered as the backbone of the nation’s economy. The only bank can lead the nation towards development or relapse. The banking sectors are growing rapidly in India. Now a day for the youngster bank sector is one of the best opportunities for careers in India. Day by day the vacancy in the banking sector is increasing due to the introduction of many private sectors in India. Banks provide investment banking, insurances, mutual funds; fixed deposit, online trading, etc. New candidates are attracting toward the Bank job because it provides security, high salary comparison to other sectors, a good number of holidays, advancement skills, etc.
Types of Bank in India: The bank of India can be categorized as follows:
A commercial bank is a type of financial institution that accepts a deposit, offers to check account services, making various loans, and offer basic financial products like saving account to individuals and small business.
Cooperative banking is retail and commercial banking organized on a cooperative basis. Cooperative banking institutions take deposits and lend money in most parts of the world. These can be further categorized into parts:
These provide financial assistance to its customers and provide necessary support like foreign exchange, sales of equities, foreign trading etc. to its customers. Some of the examples of Investment Banks of India are Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited, Deutsche Bank, etc.
A candidate can start his/her career as a banker as per the qualification. For most of the banking jobs, a candidate has to qualify the entrance exam with excellent communication skill and leadership quality. There are some posts for the banking sector which are as follows:
An aspirant can start his/her career as a sub-staff. This is the lowest post in any bank. Minimum qualification for this post is 10th pass. You are appointed as a peon or sweeper in the branch or any administrative office. The rank of sub-staff increase as per the requisite educational qualification during the tenure at the bank.
Salary for Sub-staff- The salary of Sub-staff in public sector banks ranges from Rs 9,560/- to Rs 18,545/- per month.The salary increase as per his/her post increase.
A graduate degree is most important while you are choosing a front line post in any commercial bank. Aside from you need to qualify the entrance exam with required basic computer skill knowledge as well as communication skills. The job line for the Clerical Cadre as account opening, passbook entry, fixed deposit opening, marketing of various products of the bank, etc.
Salary for Clerical Cadre- The junior Associates or Clerk or Single window operator in public sector bank gets a salary around Rs 23,111/- per month. The salary increases with time and with increase post.
This officer is also called Management Trainees. Direct entrance through conducted by SBI and IBPS a candidate can get into this post with some required skill. The Probationary Officer manages the cash, account opening, compliance part, etc. Someone can rise up the rank of the head of a bank if she/he joins as a PO in any commercial bank. If a candidate is good enough then she/he can also make it as the Deputy Governor of RBI.
Salary for PO in public sector banks- The salary for JMGS I (Junior Management grade Scale I) or PO in banks range from Rs 23,700/- to Rs 42,020/-. The salary is hike as per the grade increase.
Specialist Officer means taking care of a special department. The recruits offer in different fields such as IT, HR, Agriculture, Marketing, Planning, Corporate Finance, etc.
Salary of SO- The salary of an IBPS so scale I after his/her appointment will be approximately between Rs 30,000 to Rs 38,000
NABARD means The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development. Being a NABARD officer you have better knowledge about the rural economy. You need basic knowledge about the industries as well. Through the NABARD exam, you can get into the organization.
Salary for a NABARD officer- The salary for a NABARD officer is approximately RS 61,000/-.
Basic few skills are very necessary for a banker which are as follows:
Now the banking sector is one of the leading sectors in India with high job opportunities. We gave you some information about jobs and career of the banking sector. Those candidates are interested in this career to choose the right track for getting a post into this sector.
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