Nabil Bank, one of Nepal's leading financial institutions, is renowned for its excellence and continuous growth. The bank offers aspiring professionals interested in working in the banking sector with numerous opportunities, including the prestigious roles of Trainee Assistant (TA) and Junior Trainee (JT).
The competition is fierce, so applicants need to apprehend the shortlisting criteria to stand out from the crowd.
To ensure a fair and efficient selection process, Nabil Bank has laid out a comprehensive shortlisting mechanism for candidates applying for these positions.
Eligibility for Job Application:
As per the vacancy published on merojob, here are the prerequisites to apply for the following positions:
Educational Qualifications: Applicants must hold a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent qualification from a recognized University/College/Institution. The minimum requirement is a Second Division or a 2.6 CGPA out of 4 CGPA.
Foreign University Degrees: For candidates with Bachelor's Degrees from foreign universities, need to provide an Equivalence Certificate from the competent authority.
Age Limit: Applicants must have been below 25 years of age as of 28th June 2023.
Educational Qualifications: Applicants must possess an Intermediate/+2 Degree or its equivalent from a recognized College/Institution. The minimum requirement is a Second Division or a 2.6 CGPA out of 4 CGPA.
Age Limit: Candidates should not have exceeded 23 years of age as of 28th June 2023.
Foreign University Degrees: For candidates with educational qualifications from foreign universities, an Equivalence Certificate from a competent authority is mandatory.
Willingness to Work Anywhere in Nepal: All candidates applying for any position must be open to working anywhere in Nepal as per the Bank's requirements.
Shortlisting Mechanism for Examination:
After verification of eligibility as specified in the job vacancy published, the applications further proceeded to be shortlisted as per criteria specified by the bank. The shortlisting criteria are specified below:
The shortlisting process involved calculating a score based on the performance at different academic levels: Bachelor, Intermediate and SLC. The individuals with the highest scores were selected for the next phase of recruitment, the examination process.
If the highest degree score is the same, the candidate with a higher score in the immediate lower degree (Intermediate or SLC) was considered for shortlisting.
The examination shortlisting process involved calculating a score based on the performance at different academic levels: Intermediate and SLC. The individuals with the highest scores phase selected for the next phase of recruitment which is the examination process.
If the highest degree score is the same, the candidate with a higher score in the immediate lower degree (SLC) was considered for shortlisting.
An overwhelming response has been received in the job vacancies. While the credentials were impressive, tough decisions had to be made by the recruitment team based on the specific shortlisting criteria.
We urge you not to be disheartened, as opportunities may arise in the future that align more closely with your qualifications and experience. We encourage you to keep an eye on merojob for future openings. We wish you the best of luck in your job search and professional endeavors.
Note: The information provided in this blog is based on the shortlisting mechanism specified by Nabil Bank at the time of the vacancy announcement. Candidates who believe they have what it takes to thrive in the dynamic banking environment can stay up-to-date on merojob.