HDFC Bank Launches New Program for Bank’s Expansion, To Hire 5,000 Professionals

Starting salary for working with HDFC Bank would be around Rs 4 lakh per annum, plus allowances depending on the category of town/city of posting.

HDFC Bank Launches New Program for Bank’s Expansion, To Hire 5,000 Professionals

For all those who are looking to work with the largest private lender HDFC Bank, there is good news as the lender is looking to hire 5,000 professionals in next 2-3 years. On Wednesday, HDFC Bank partnered with Manipal Global Academy of BFSI , today launched Future Bankers program (#futurebankers), which aims to turn young graduates into highly-trained, well-groomed, customer-facing personnel. It entails on-campus learning, an internship, and a full-time job opportunity at the bank on successful completion.

With this program, HDFC Bank aims to create a pipeline of qualified young executives. Further, they plan to ensure a consistent, high-quality customer service experience across geographies, regions and language.

“We believe that customer experience will define the future of banking. Giving them a uniform yet high-quality experience across touchpoints is what will set a winner apart. The Future Bankers program will allow the bank to have at its disposal a cadre of highly-trained, well-rounded professionals to do just that,” said Vinay Razdan, Chief Human Resource Officer, HDFC Bank.  “We have created an amazing opportunity for the country’s talented young graduates to join the exciting banking industry, and jumpstart their careers with one of India’s best workplaces,” he added.

Early on, to ensure quality of intake, applicants will undergo a stringent screening process, which includes an online assessment and interview. Only those shortlisted will join the campus program. The course fee is Rs 3.3 lakh plus taxes for the full year, payable to Manipal Global Academy of BFSI. Those desirous can also avail educational loans from HDFC Bank at lower-than-market rate of interest.

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