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Question: after MBA why banking as a clerk why not in that line

Answer: Interviewer here want to know your career ambitions . Be very clear in specifying the goals for getting in the Bank , like one can answer " The thrust of customer services that a Bank is having no other industry has equilent this I believe also accuracy and competitiveness is on scaling heights in Banking "



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Interviewer here want to know your career ambitions . Be very clear in specifying the goals for getting in the Bank , like one can answer " The thrust of customer services that a Bank is having no other industry has equilent this I believe also accuracy and competitiveness is on scaling heights in Banking " Source: CoolInterview.com

Answered by: Brijesh Rohilla | Date: 7/8/2010 | Contact Brijesh Rohilla Contact Brijesh Rohilla


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