HDFC Bank Opens Doors To New Recruits

Mumbai, May 24, KNT: HDFC Bank has launched Future Bankers 2.0, a pan-India recruitment program to transform young graduates into banking professionals within one year.

 To be offered in association with the Manipal Global Academy of BFSI, Future Bankers 2.0 is a one-year professional diploma that aims to create a robust, future-ready talent pipeline for HDFC Bank’s retail banking business – a key thrust area for the bank.

 The program provides eight months of paid internship and on-the-job training at HDFC Bank’s branch locations within the country to further strengthen a student’s grounding in banking products, processes, compliance framework, and day-to-day banking operations. Upon successful completion of the course, a student will get a Postgraduate Diploma in Sales & Relationship Banking from Manipal Academy of BFSI and an assured job opportunity as a personal banker at the grade of Deputy Manager with HDFC Bank.

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  All the successful candidates will be offered an annual CTC up to Rs.5.59 lakh.

  “Future Bankers 2.0 gives a golden opportunity to postgraduates to start their careers at a certified Great Place to Work. The new hires will get to work with a banking industry leader imbibing in themselves best-in-class people practices and processes. Our continued association with the Manipal Global Academy of BFSI bears testimony to the quality of education offered by the institution and the success of Future Bankers,” said Vinay Razdan, Chief Human Resources Officer, HDFC Bank.

    “We are delighted to partner with HDFC Bank through this long-term initiative to create a strong candidate pool. The Manipal Academy of BFSI will focus on training them to be highly skilled, qualified executives and ensure that the services provided by them across the bank branch networks remain consistent. We are excited to shape young futures through this long-standing association with HDFC Bank,” said Robin Bhowmik, Chief Business Officer, Manipal Global. [KNT]


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