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Banks are wide spread in most places to serve for people in exchange of money, providing loans, savings etc. People all around India would like to be a part of the services offered by the company. For those, IOB offers a great opportunity by launching recruitment process for the year 2012. They have planned to recruit based on the cast. Totally 1500 posts are free for probationary officers. They have planned to recruit by allocating certain number of seats for all the casts. Based on those allocations the recruitment will be done. For OBC 392 posts, PWD 60 posts, SC 223 posts, ST 149 posts and for GEN 736 posts are allocated.
Candidates with 60% marks in graduation and who have passed in IBPS PO exam with a minimum mark of 21 in all the sections of exam are eligible to apply. General candidates should have the age limit of at least 21 years. For SC/ST candidates 5 years relaxation will be provided. Upper age relaxation for 3 years will be provided for OBC candidates as per the rules and regulations offered by the Government of India. Interview will be carried out for 50 marks and General category candidates should score minimum of 22.50 and 20.00 for SC/ST/OBC category candidates. Final selection will be carried out based on the aggregate along with IBPS marks. So make use of the opportunity to serve for the Indian economy.
Bank jobs are preferred by most of the people as they get good pay, benefits and security. The scope for the bank jobs will not wash away for ages. Some have a false belief that banking jobs are for people who have completed commerce or finance degrees. This does not hold true for the present trend. At the present generation, banks provide job opportunities for graduates from all fields. Public, multinational and private sector banks are available which provides job opportunities for graduates from all streams. Indian overseas bank is one among them. They follow certain rules and restrictions for recruiting employees for the banks.
They have nearly 1500 vacancies for probationary officers. Candidates who have come across IBPS exams can apply for the job. Procedures are carried out online by filling the necessary details in job application. Candidates should have minimum of 60% of marks in graduation and exception of 5% is provided for reserved category. Candidate should have above 21 marks in all the sections of IBPS exams. They are selected based on the performance in final interview. Age limit to apply for the job should be at least 21 years. Candidates who likes to serve for the economy of the company and have personal interest in doing bank jobs can fill up the applications right now and send it across through online.
Bank job aspirants had a hectic time in the past when they had to appear for separate bank exams for the applied banks. There wasn’t a common platform where the skills of the individuals were tested. Hence IBPS has become a boon to all the aspirants as it has saved them both time and cost. In the angle of the banks, a major financial burden has been overcome with the help of these IBPS exams. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is conducting these exams and the scores are considered for the recruitment process. IBPS conducts the entrance test which is referred to as the Common Written Exam (CWE). 19 national banks have decided that the CWE conducted by the IBPS is the only route through which they will consider a candidate for a position. The recruitment is for three posts;
- Probationary Officers (PO) / Management Trainees
- Specialist Officers
With the help of computers, the process of applying for bank exams has been reduced immensely. IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) was helping 19 public sector banks by conducting common examination and issuing a scorecard with one year validity. It is important to follow certain guidelines issued by IBPS while appearing for the exam. After receiving the call letter for written examinations, candidates appearing for the exam have to produce certain documents according to norms. Photo ID proof, address proof and community/caste certificate (if applicable) are to produced for verification by the exam invigilator. Sometimes, applicants are advised to carry passport size photographs, payment challan and printed online application doc for any further cross verification. This helps in preventing the fraudulent work with ease and failing of which may affect the overall IBPS examination process. In the first year of IBPS common recruitment exam, candidates without the necessary document are not allowed to attend the exam. Therefore, it is important for the candidate to provide required documents accordingly to avoid consequences.
People applying for IBPS examination always have various doubts while submitting their applications online. There are lots of questions arising among applicants whether bank job is applicable to graduates from banking related field. The minimum requirement to apply for a bank is a graduation from any field with specified percentage. In recent times, there have been talks to recruit people with the high school education to fill clerical vacancies in public sector banks. It is important for such individuals to prepare well for cracking the IBPS exam. Moreover, there has been confusion among people whether they can apply for multiple state bank recruitment. But, there is no such option available and announced by IBPS and candidates can only apply for the state where they are living currently. If there is any doubt while applying for this exam there are various resources available to sort out the issues faced by an individual. Hence, aspirants are advised to make use the sources to get clear idea about applying for the IBPS bank exam.
Banking industry in India is unstoppable since its evolution and it has been growing at enormous pace. Large amount of people has been depending on banks for storing their hard earned money. Most of the banks have been providing outstanding services for their customers in processing and safeguarding their money. To carryout various banking operations there is a huge requirement of candidates in this sector. Since, a bulk amount of people have started to understand the job security and benefits involved in bank jobs. So, they have started preparing for common recruitment exam conducted by IBPS for bank recruitment process. The common written examination has been started from last year and most of the public sector banks have announced recruitment based on these scorecards. This has created buzz and people applying for the bank exam has seen great increase in its count. Hence, keep an eye on IBPS announcement for its common recruitment that has been planned to conduct twice in a year.
Banks have been hiring people to carryout various responsibilities to achieve customer satisfaction. IBPS has been conducting exams to find eligible candidates who can participate in further stages of recruitment process. Once the examination results are out, each bank made their own announcement to recruit individuals accordingly. For clerical cadre positions, the bank announces state-wise cut off marks and candidates who fall into the specific mark can apply for further processing. This is also same in the case of other posts like probationary officer that has to been applied as per recruitment advertisement. The key thing candidates have to note here is that they can apply only for the state from where they have appeared for IBPS exam. A suitable fee has to be for the recruitment process that varies according to different category. After online submission of application, bank releases the short-listed candidates to appear for further rounds of recruitment to get a job on specified date and time.
According to new reports, the world has come to know about the strength and tough nature of banking system in India. There is lot of study and researches carried out people from other developed countries trying to follow the methodology in framing their own banking background. Having such a quality among others, banks in India has been started to recruit people carefully in making the industry more dynamic and vibrant. Candidates are selected on the basis of IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) CWE scorecard and interview process conducted by respective banks separately. It has taken serious measures in making the bank recruitment process easier, which was in confusion earlier. It has started to conduct exams for public sector banks recruitment excluding SBI (State Bank of India) and its subsidiaries. There are also several private banks has also started to consider the IBPS scorecard to sort out individuals for working in their concern. Hence, IBPS has been doing excellent job in narrowing down the count of future bank employees in no time.
Demand for bank jobs will not descend with time as there are immeasurable lucrative benefits provided by banks. To provide uninterrupted banking services to its customers public sector banks are recruiting more number of employees every year. So, for the year 2011-2012 both public and private sector banks have updated the number of vacancies on the internet. Every bank has vacancies in thousands which is good news for bank job seekers. Opportunities are more in number for people who are waiting to apply for latest job in bank. Banks have posted their vacancies for job positions of clerk and probationary officer. Since written exam of public sector banks has been announced as common, candidates with appreciable score card can easily find way for a latest job in bank. However, the percentage acquired in graduation is also taken into consideration for evaluation of a person.
The score card of candidates provided by IBPS will be valid for one year and they can apply for all public sector banks. Depending on the bank and the category of reserved or unreserved the expected marks on the IBPS score card will differ. The expected marks will depend on every section of the IBPS exam that includes reasoning, English etc so as to choose the right person for the right position.