The benefits and scope that banking sector provides are not hidden from anyone. And this is the reason that each year so many candidates apply for the different bank exams conducted all across India. Banking sector not only keeps the doors of growth open, but also offers handsome salary package, job security, variety, perks, and most importantly job satisfaction. When one can get so much and much more from a Banking Job, why would not anyone consider having a career in banking sector.
Though pursuing a career in the banking sector is lucrative, however getting a job in the sector is not a cakewalk. One needs to crack a bank exam as per his/her desired position. There are various bank exams conducted each year by the designated authorities, details of which are provided below.
IBPS PO exam is one of the most sought-after banking exams. The exam is conducted by the IBPS every year for the post of Probationary Officer. The work profile of PO is as an Assistant Manager on probation. A Probationary Officer is generally called as Scale 1 officer as he/she is in Junior Management Grade-1 (JMG-Scale 1).
IBPS PO exam is conducted in three phase:
Selected candidates are called for the Interview round. The marks of both Mains and Interview are combined in a ratio of 80:20 and are considered for the final score of a candidate.
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Similar to Probationary Officer (Officer Scale I), Specialist Officer also works in particular departments, that are found in all government banks. To become a Specialist Officer, a candidate needs to qualify the IBPS SO exam. The exam is mainly conducted for the following positions:
The IBPS SO exam is conducted in 2 phases:
Candidates who qualify the Phase I Preliminary IBPS SO exam are called for the common interview round. Read full article
The State Bank of India organizes the SBI PO exam to recruit eligible candidates for the post of Probationary Officers in different SBI banks across the country. The exam for the SBI PO is conducted in three stages:
Preliminary Examination is based on three subjects Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language. The numbers of questions asked in these subjects are 35, 35, and 30 respectively. Each question from every subject carries 1 mark and the total duration of the exam is 60 Minutes (1 hour).
Candidates who qualify the preliminary exam are then shortlisted for the Main examination. The main exam consists of Objective Type Questions for 200 marks and Descriptive type for 50 marks. Candidates first need to take an Objective test of 180 Minutes (3 hours) followed by the Descriptive test of 30 Minutes. One must clear both the tests in order to qualify for the final round i.e. Interview. Read Full Article - Click here
IBPS RRB exam is specifically held for the aspirants looking to get recruited in Regional Rural Banks or Gramin Banks in the country. This exam is conducted on the behalf of more than 60 Regional Rural Banks for the post of Group-A Officers (Scale I, II, III) and Group-B Assistants (Multipurpose). The final recruitment of the candidates is done autonomously by every participating RRB, specifying the number of vacancies and eligibility criteria.
The IBPS RRB exam is held for different posts, details for which are given below.
Multi Level Examination (Preliminary & Main Examination)
Single Level Examination
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IBPS clerk exam is conducted for Clerical cadreposts. The exam is held in two stages – Preliminary exam and Main examination. Candidates must qualify Preliminary exam in order to qualify for the main examination. The Preliminary exam consists of 100 questions (1 marks each) and the duration of the exam is 1 hour. The exam is mainly based on the English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability.
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Reserve Bank of India, the most reputed places to work in India conducts the exam for the post of Grad-B officers. The exam is mainly held in 3 Phases.
In Phase-I examination, the exam is mainly based on Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language. The total number of questions asked in Phase-I are 200 of 1 mark each. On the other hand, Phase-II exam consists of 3 Papers - Economic and Social, English (Writing Skills), and Finance & Management. Phase-II exam is of 300 marks. Based on their marks in both Phase-I and Phase-II, candidates are called for the final round i.e Interview.
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