Chandigarh : In coming next three years around 1,00,000 vacancies are going to be filled by public sector banks in India due to retirements, resignations and expansion of business. Majority of Bank Employees are getting retired in coming years. There is going to be a lot of opportunities for MBA students, especially for those who are having Finance as their specialization.
This was said by Mr. R. K. Goyal (GM, HR, Bank of India) during a seminar on “HRM in Banking-Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow” organized by Aryans Group of Colleges(AGC) at Bank of India, Zonal Office, Sector-17, Chandigarh. Mr.Rakesh Sethi (Zonal Manager, BOI) was the Guest of Honour and Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, AGC presided over the function.
Mr.Goyal said that HR is not only about recruitment, but its more about retention which is not at all easy for any Banking organization these days. He added that now a days, those students who want to make their career in Bank, they prefer MBA, CA, CS, ICWA, MBA in Finance and Banking etc. because these type of courses are more helpful in absorbing into banks.
Mr.Rakesh Sethi, Dr. Anshu Kataria and Mr.Jiwanand Jha(Deputy Zonal Manager, BOI) also spoke on the occasion. Mr.Harmander Duggal and Mrs.Sukhamanpreet were also present on the occasion.