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18th November 2012, 12:39 PM
lucy 123
 
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How to join public sector bank as a fresher


how to join public sector bank as a fresher, what are the options available other than the IBPS exam?




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31st January 2013, 09:08 PM
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To join Public sector banks you have to give the Competitive written exams .

If you qualify in the written exams than you can give the interview.
There is no other way to get entry into the public sector banks

Some Public sector banks do direct recruitment from TOP MBA colleges also and from Engineering colleges also.

Please note that IBPS conducts the PO and Clerks exams on behalf of 20 Nationalised banks.

So, you just cant miss the IBPS exams if you want to get a job in Public sector banks

Eligibilty for the IBPS BANK CLERKS exams:
Graduation Pass
Age should be between 20 and 28 years
OBC gets 3 years and SC/ST gets 5 years age relaxations

Eligibilty for the IBPS BANK PO exams:
Graduation Pass with Minimum 60% marks
Age should be between 21 and 30 years
OBC gets 3 years and SC/ST gets 5 years age relaxations
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31st January 2013, 09:59 PM
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how to join public sector bank as a fresher, what are the options available other than the IBPS exam?
To get admission into public sector banks and then you need to crack the IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection ) .

IBPS Conducts for recruitment of ::

>> Clerical Cadre
>> Probationary Officer
>> Specialist Officer
>> Rural Regional Banks


Clerical Cadre ::

--Applicant must be Citizen of India or subject of Bhutan or subject of Nepal .
--Applicant must has completed graduate degree from a recognized University.
--Applicant must not have less than 20 years and not more than 28 years .
--Upper age limits is applicable .
--Applicant must have a computer certificate in diploma / degree / 10+2 .

Probationary Officer ::

--Applicant must be Citizen of India or subject of Bhutan or subject of Nepal .
--Applicant must has completed graduate degree from a recognized University.
--Applicant must not have less than 20 years and not more than 30 years .
--Upper age limits is applicable .

Specialist Officer ::

--Applicant must be Citizen of India or subject of Bhutan or subject of Nepal .
--Applicant must has completed engineering degree or post graduate degree from a recognized University.
--Applicant must not have less than 20 years and not more than 35 years .
--Applicant must not have less than 21 years and not more than 40 years .
--Upper age limits is applicable .



www.ibps.in
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1st February 2013, 12:43 PM
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how to join public sector bank as a fresher, what are the options available other than the IBPS exam?
Hi

Its very good to see your keen interest in the Public Sector Banks. They are indeed a very nice career to shape and offer the best offers, pay packages, benefits, and career growth opportunities. Hereby I am going to provide you with the appropriate information which you need about the jobs in Public Sector Banks.

IBPS - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.

This is the Organization which holds and organizes and conducts Entrance Exam on behalf of the 20 Public Sector banks for their recruitment purposes. And according to latest news it would also hold Common Interview and then finally shortlist candidates based on their performance in both the written test and Interview/GD/PI.

The first thing to know about Banking Recruitment is about the posts in which you can take entry. They are :
Clerical
Probationary Officer
Specialist Officer


Now IBPS conducts different exams for these three posts year round. So you have to apply accordingly. Now I am going to list the BASIC ELIGIBILITY Criteria's which prevail for any candidate to take part in these exams :-

->> You should be a minimum GRADUATE as on (1-01-2013) from a recognized University or college from the Central Government.
->> You must have scored atleast 55% for the Clerical entry and more than 60% aggregate for the PO/SO Entries.
->> Your age should be within limits - 20-28 years. However some relaxations are provided for the reserved castes and people.
->> You should also have Computer Literacy. Should also be a citizen of India.

These are the Basic Criteria's however you have to go through the Notifications which have detailed criteria's. The paper for this exam consists of 200 questions which are to be done in 120 minutes i.e 2 Hours. They have four sections :-

Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, General English, General Awareness, Marketing and Computer Knowledge. So you have to prepare equal in all of these as sectional cut off are to be cleared for successful qualification.

Next there are two more banks, SBI and RBI. These are not the ones which recruit through the IBPS and instead conduct their own Entrances for all the Posts themselves. Recently the SBI has released Notification for the PO 2013. You can Apply Here.

Click Here to visit the IBPS Website.

Please Note that all the criteria's and Paper pattern is almost same. But in PO a round GD/PI is also there. And apart from that 200 marks paper, then also have a Descriptive 50 marks paper as well. So its out of 250 marks for the posts of PO.

Hope this helps
All the best
Regards
RANJEET
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