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:: YOUNG PROFESSIONALS PROGRAMME
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The Young Professionals Programme is the entry-point for a career with Exim Bank. The Bank requires skills relating to various disciplines e.g. business management, banking, economics, accountancy, engineering and computer specialists. The age profile of the 'young professionals' could be between 22 to 27 years. Prior work experience is neither expected, nor considered necessary.
Exim Bank follows the Reservation Policy of Govt. of India (GOI). Accordingly, reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PWDs will be in accordance with the prevailing GOI guidelines. Candidates must state their reservation status clearly in application. Age relaxation for SCs/STs candidate is 5 years and OBCs candidate is 3 years. Age relaxation for candidates belonging to Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) is 10 years.
Right from the very first year, young professionals will be working independently on challenging assignments. The Young Professionals Programme offers an exciting and challenging career to those with the capability and desire to operate at the cutting edge of India's globalisation process.
Except for those positions where highly specialised skills are needed, the Bank does not normally recruit directly to higher professional positions. Thus, young professionals who are committed to a long-term career in the Bank, can expect to rise to the upper echelons of the Bank's management in due course of time. Career growth is determined by performance and merit, based on an objective and structured system of evaluation. The Bank anticipates a major expansion and diversification of its activities in the medium and long run, largely because of the opportunities arising from India's ongoing globalisation efforts. Therefore, young professionals can look forward to a fruitful career with the Bank.
Given the complexity of the Bank's operations, as reflected by the many specialised groups and work-skills, young professionals need to spend time gaining exposure and knowledge of the various activities and skills utilised in the Bank. This is especially necessary because efficient decision making in the Bank requires knowledge of a variety of skills and practices. Working with various groups, young professionals become fully conversant with all the critical functions and activities. They are also actively involved in appropriate assignments entailing individual responsibility.
The Bank is unique in its global and national network of institutional and professional linkages. The seven overseas offices - at Washington D.C., Singapore, Dubai, London, Johannesburg, Addis Ababa and Dakar - have helped forge strategic institutional linkages for the Bank with multilateral agencies such as Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, Export Credit Agencies, Trade and Investment Promotion Agencies abroad. The Bank's extensive global network, supported by the Indian Missions abroad facilitates interaction with such agencies and opens up new opportunities for knowledge building and upgradation of skills.