So, you cracked all competitive exams with flying colours and passed the company’s written exams. Then what?

Most the times we fail to mark an impression during the interviews. No elder teaches you how to crack interviews, no school/coaching institute does that either. With the constant change happening around the Banking and finance sector, it is important that you keep yourself sharp and up to the mark at every point in your career.


ICMI states that is has adopted a way of a city type of campus environment, which will teach every to students to be a professional not only from the day they join their jobs, but from the day they join the institute itself. ICMI also offers a very out of the box opportunity to develop a student’s personality while they learn the ABC of the subject. Students are encouraged to join the various student clubs (such as the Soft Skills, Placements, Research, cultural, articulation etc.), extracurricular activities & others to enhance leadership qualities.

Something that sets ICMI apart from many other B-schools is the exclusively and intensively selected saturated mixture of students with diversity as a stated objective so that the students can leverage oneself from each other’s experience summed with theoretical studies in the classroom, hence creating a truly enriching learning experience.

The knowledge provided by the course will give inputs to the candidates and expose the students to the operational processes and modern form of the banking environment so that they can possess the counters at the bank from the very first day of their joining the bank. It is expected that successful candidates of Diploma in Banking & Finance would have a very competitive edge and will be absorbed by banks and financial institutions and Diploma in Banking & Finance would emerge as a preferred professional qualification with graduation for employment in banking and finance industry.


Banking has become one of the fastest scaling segments of the Indian economy. Like others it also faces challenges of scarcity of resources and skilled human resource. Such skilled manpower is not easy to get in an adequate numbers so that the growing requirements of the Banking Industry due to normal attrition is met, with competition and faster growth of the business. The position is going to sum up further for the banking system as a whole, due to retirement of many experienced bankers in the Public Sector as per the ongoing decade.

According to a recent study published by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) website and journal, about 14 lakh potential bankers are likely to be employed in the banking industry by the year 2022. With a renewed focus on ‘financial inclusion’ and new banks on the anvil, the talent need for the sector will be much higher than ever.

With the introduction use of technology in banking services, recruiters will be looking forward at different set of skills that would help them scale their business keeping the cost as low as possible. Banking professionals are expected to possess these skills apart from the specific functional competencies. Given this, we are bound to witness huge re-skilling efforts amongst banks, especially in the public sector. Banks today need a ‘digital workforce’ to converge diverse platforms like mobile solutions, social media, biometrics, etc, to render seamless and highly customized banking services.


It will provide you with an all-round growth as per academics, set of required skills and personality development with practical knowledge. This would increase your chances of a good fat package even more. Posts like Venture capitalist, Risk Managers, Asset Manager, Investment Advisor, Financial Advisor, Credit Officer Etc

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