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Career in Banking Sector

In India banking sector is considered as one of the post preferred destinations for jobs and in subsequently years, banking sector will be recruiting lakhs of candidates for its various posts. With the new exam “Common Written Examination (CWE)” coming in the recruitment process has become simple. IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) conducts a series of CWEs for selecting candidates for various posts like Probationary Officer/Clerks/Management Trainee for Regional Rural Banks and Public Sector Banks. Majority of banks have introduced new products and services...

Paper Pattern for Bank Recruitment Exams

Both Probationary Officers and Clerical recruitment consist of 2 stages of exams. First stage consists of written test and the second stage is of personal interview. The written test comprises of objective type test and descriptive test (only for P.O) and the personal interview is a combination of both group discussion and personal interview. Paper Pattern of IBPS PO CWE – The written test consists of both objective and descriptive papers. Objective Paper – This paper consist questions from – Reasoning, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude,...

Application Procedure for Bank Exams

Before applying online a candidate will be required to have a scanned (digital) image of his/her photograph and signature as per the specifications. Your online application will not be registered unless you upload your photo and signature as specified. On uploading your photo and signature, as specified, your online application will be provisionally registered. Candidates are required to pay the requisite application fee through one of the mode- offline mode or online mode. Candidates must keep the application fee remittance details (Transaction details). Candidates must...

Eligibility Requirement for Bank Exams -

Minimum Education Qualification – For SBI and SBI Associate Banks – For Probationary Officer – Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government. For Clerks Recruitment – Should have at least 60% marks in Intermediate (XII) or Diploma (After 10th) (55% For SC/ST/OBC/PWD) OR Completed Graduation form a recognized university (No percentage Criteria). Those in final year of graduation should apply with their marks in...

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