Government jobs are always considered prestigious in our country and these are the most sought after jobs among the youth. While among these, jobs at government banks are very popular and in-demand among students due to job security and prestige the government jobs carry. So, in this article further, we will read about how to become a cashier at a bank.
Bank Cashiers are among the first person to be contacted when a person walks into a bank. Bank Cashiers are the ones who offer helping hands to customers and their job is sales-oriented. Moreover, they are responsible to perform basic bank transactions such as:
To become a Bank Cashier, a candidate must pass his 12th Class exams in any subject with an aggregate of 50% marks from any recognised board or university.
Other than this, there are various universities and colleges that provide professional degree courses to become a Bank Cashier. However, admissions to these universities and colleges are offered after conducting entrance exams, and students are assigned seats on a merit basis. Some of these entrance exams offered by different universities are mentioned below:
IPU CET: Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test
BHU UET: Banaras Hindu University Undergraduate Entrance Test
JMI EE: Jamia Millia Islamia Entrance Exam
AMU EE: Aligarh Muslim Univesity Entrance Exam
The age limit to become a Bank Cashier for most of the institutions lie between 18-27 years of age.
The average salary provided by a Public Sector Bank to the Bank Cashier ranges from INR 25,000 to INR 35,000 per month, and on the other hand, a private sector bank offers the salary ranging from INR 30,000 to INR 40,000 per month along with other incentives and facilities to a bank cashier cum bank clerk.