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Bank P.O. and Clerks Exams (PSUs & IBPS)


Eligibility Criteria

Bank P.O. 

Age Limit - 20-30

Education Qualification - Degree in any discipline from a recognised university or any equivalent qualification



Age limit - 20-28 years

Education Qualification - 10+2 from any recognised board


Patterns of Bank Exams

Both P.O. and clerical recruitments comprise at least two stages of exams, viz. a written test, and an interview. The written test normally comprises an objective type test and a descriptive test (for PO exams like SBI, NICL, RBI etc.). There is no descriptive test for clerical exams. The interview is normally a personal interview or sometimes, a combination of group discussion and personal interview. 
Bank PO/Clerical Exams: Almost all bank exams have gone the online mode from the traditional pen-paper mode. The test areas in the objective type test of PO/Clerical exams include tests from amongst Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English language, Marketing Aptitude and Computer Knowledge. The Descriptive Writing Test (for PO exams like SBI, NICL, RBI etc.). is to check the proficiency of the student in English Language. It would consist of a test on English Composition comprising Letter Writing, Essay Writing, Precise Writing etc

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) 10+2 & CGL

Staff Selection Commission is all set to hold a national level exam, Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam 2014 to recruit eligible candidates for the post of Lower Division Clerk and Data Entry Operator. The candidates should have intermediate or equivalent as minimum qualification for applying this examination. The procedure of selection will complete after conducting two modes that are Written Examination and Typing Skill.


Eligibility Criteria

Age Limit 

The candidate should be between 18-27 years i.e. he/she must have born not earlier than 02 August 1986 and not later than 01 August 1996 for Lower Division Clerk and Data Entry Operation. Age limit for CGL exams is 25 - 30 years


Education Qualification: 

The candidate should have qualified 12th Standard or equivalent from a recognized Board or University and graduation for CGL, should acquire the educational qualification before 01 August 2014. The candidate who fail to acquire the certificate need not to apply. The selected candidates who will appear at the Typing Test/ Skill Test have to bring their original certificates such as Mark sheets, Provisional Certificate, as the proof of attaining the minimum educational qualification on or before 01 August 2014.


Patterns of Bank Exams

General Intelligence including topics such as Semantic Analogy, Drawing inferences, Embedded figures, Coding and de-coding, Semantic Series, Figural Series and more for complete syllabus refer the complete notification.

English Language including topics such as Spot the Error, Antonyms, Spellings/Detecting Misspelled words, Improvement of Sentences, Conversion into Direct/Indirect narration and more other topics, for detailed topics refer the complete notification.

Quantitative Aptitude including the topics such as Number Systems Computation of Whole Number, Decimal and Fractions, Percentages, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Histogram, Trigonometric ratios, Degree and Radian Measures and more. For a complete syllabus, go through the detailed advertisement.

General Awareness: The questions under this section is particularly designed to test the general awareness of the candidates on the topics of current affairs and the matters of everyday observation, environment around person and its application to society, information about India and its surrounding countries especially pertaining to the Culture, History, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy and scientific research.

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