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16th May 2013, 05:35 PM
mehvish razvi
 
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Information about SBI and IBPS clerical exam? Am I eligible to appear for IBPS and SI clerical exam?


plz give me all information about sbi and ibps lerical exams..
i have completed my 12th commerce with 84.2% m i eligible for appearing in ibps
and si clerical exams???




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17th May 2013, 09:03 AM
dhirajen18
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As you have secured 84.2% in 12th commerce, you are eligible to apply for SBI and IBPS clerical Exam.

SBI and IBPS(Institute of Banking Personal Selection) conduct Clerical Exam for 19 Public sector banks from time to time.

Eligibility for SBI/IBPS Clerical Exam:-

-The candidate must be an Indian Citizen.
-Should have either completed 12th with 50% marks in any stream from a recognised Board or have completed Graduation Degree in any stream from a recognised University.
-Should be within the age of 18 to 28 years with upper age relaxation for reserved candidate.
-Should be a computer literate one.

Apart from this the candidate having completed 10th with 60% marks is eligible to apply for IBPS Clerical Exam.

The selection is through written Exam followed by Personal Interview.

For more information you may log on to http://www.statebankofindia.com AND http://www.ibps.in
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18th May 2013, 06:23 PM
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Dear Mehvish,


The acronym for SBI is State Bank of Indian.


The acronym for IBPDS is Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.


Sorry to say that you are not eligible for the SBI and IBPS Clerical examination.


To be eligible for the SBI and IBPS Clerical examination, first of all, you will have to complete your graduation.


The eligibility criteria required for the SBI and IBPS Clerical examination are prescribed as below:-

* Completion of graduation in any track from any accredited college or university.

* Final year contenders are not eligible.

* Percentage criteria is not required.

* Age limit:- 18-28 yrs.

* Age relaxation:- 3 yrs for OBC, 5 yrs for SC/ST and 10 yrs for PWD contenders.

* Nationality:- Indian.


SBI and IBPS Clerical examination syllabus:-

* Quantitative Aptitude.

* Reasoning.

* English.

* General Awareness.

* Computer/Marketing.


Bank Clerical examination pattern:-

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1st June 2013, 05:43 PM
shivam2k6
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Hi,
You are not eligible for IBPS or SBI PO exam. Earlier 12th pass students were eligible to apply but now the eligibility criteria have been changed and graduation is the basic requirement to be eligible to appear in the examination.
Continue with your hard work and apply after your graduation.
Good Luck.
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10th September 2013, 11:53 PM
nishi513
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Default Re: Information about SBI and IBPS clerical exam? Am I eligible to appear for IBPS and SI clerical exam?

HI FRIEND
## The minimum educational qualification required to apply for SBI CLERK EXAM is 12th/diploma pass with atleast 60% of marks & for IBPS CLERK EXAM is graduation in any discipline from recognised institution/university and there is no marks percentage critiria
## As you have completed 12th with 82% of marks, you are eligible to apply for SBI CLERK exam only
## Age limit to apply for IBPS & SBI CLERK EXAMS is
~>18-28 years for General category candidates
~>18-31 years for OBC candidates
~>18-33 years for SC/ST category candidates
~>18-38 years for PH candidates
## The selection process of IBPS & SBI CLERK examinations is
->Written test
->Personal interview
and there is negative marking of 0.25 mark for each wrong answer
## For further details please visit www.sbi.co.in and www.ibps.in

** ALL THE BEST **
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17th March 2015, 04:29 PM
Shaenma
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Originally Posted by mehvish razvi View Post
plz give me all information about sbi and ibps lerical exams..
i have completed my 12th commerce with 84.2% m i eligible for appearing in ibps
and si clerical exams???
Since you have very good marks at +2 level, therefore on the basis of that you are eligible to sit for SBI clerk examination but not for IBPS exam as for the latter a graduate degree in any discipline is required. For SBI clerk exam though an HS pass certificate is more than enough.

Here's the eligibility criteria for SBI clerk exam at a glance for you:-
  1. You need to be a citizen of India.
  2. You need to be 12th passed with not less than 60% of marks at +2 level if you are a general category candidate.
  3. For the OBC category candidate there is 5% relaxation.
  4. For the SC/ST candidate there is 10% relaxation.
  5. The lower age limit for this exam is 18 and upper age limit is 28 years.
The entire written exam is conducted online and mainly objective type questions are asked. Following are the sections from which you can expect questions to be asked:-

(i) General Awareness
(ii) General English
(iii) Quantitative Aptitude
(iv) Reasoning Ability
(v) Marketing Aptitude / Computer Knowledge.

For every wrong answer there is negative marking and 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. If you manage to pass with flying colours in the written exam then you will be called for the personal interview session where your overall performance will be evaluated.

Although its good to know that you are interested in giving the banking exams from so early on as this will only help you to get the hangs of the exam and get accustomed to the exam pattern as well. But I would advice you to simultaneously pursue graduation also. As a bachelor's degree at hand will only open up more avenues for you in the long run and also make you eligible to sit for IBPS and other such exams.
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