Non-banking companies may hire 70,000 bank job aspirants
About 70,000 candidates shortlisted by the country's banking selection institute but still waiting for bank jobs may be absorbed by non-banking entities, which are planning to tap this ready pool of job seekers to avoid a lengthy and costly process of hiring, Economic Times reported.
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, or IBPS, has prepared merit lists of 1,25,000 candidates based on written test and an interview. The top 55,000, from different categories, are being enrolled into government banks.
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