List Of Bank Exams 2017-18 and Eligibility Criteria

IT and software companies of India and overseas top the list in the production of employment opportunity in the country, yet no one can overrule banking sector’s role in employment generation too. It plays a vital role in employment by offering ample opportunity to youth with skills both in the executive as well as non-executive role. There are many nationalize, specialize and private banks present across India who conducts examination every year to fill its vacancy and young talent from pan India prepare for such examination to make their career in the sector. Here is the list of Bank Exams 2017 and eligibility criteria.

1. SBI Specialist Officer Exam : Click Here

Specialist officers are those that specialize in particular filed like engineering, law, customer service, business analyst etc. These specialists are hire by the bank to meet its requirement while dealing with particular clientele type or projects. State Bank of India conducts the separate examination to fill these vacancies. The examination is different from IBPS specialist officer recruitment examination. The person with related qualification can only sit for examination of the specialist officer. Extra preference is given to candidates having prior experience of work in the same field. The age limit of applicants generally remains between 21 to 38 years. It varies according to post offered. SBI publishes examination details in leading newspapers as well as on its portal too.

2. SBI (State Bank of India) Clerk Exam :

As soon as SBI declares the examination for the bank, the news gets viral among all banking exam aspirants. The reason for same is State Bank Of India is the largest bank in India and offers excellent work environment. It is expanding with great pace and thus offers carrier growth too. SBI Clerk Examination is one of the most competitive examinations in India. The level of competition can be observed with the fact that last time when SBI announced its examination for post the ration of job and aspirant was 1:336. The eligibility criteria for examination are aspirants should be in age between 20 to 28 years. They should have graduation degree in any discipline from recognized university.

The examination paper carries five section reasoning, quantitative aptitude, general awareness, English, and computers. The selection process was carrier of examination follows with the interview. But now, with the new rule of Government of India, no interviews of examination qualify aspirants are taken. Moreover, even the psychometric test will not be taken going forward.

3. IBPS Specialist Officer Combined (SO C) Written Examination :

Institute of Banking Personal Selection(IBPS) is an autonomous agency of India. It works with the mission to enhance human resource development through personal assessment. IBPS conducts common entrance examination for all 29 banks that comes under public sector. Specialist officer’s examination is conducted by the body to pick right human resource for vacancies like that requires specialist like IT officers, Agricultural Field Officers, Personnel officers, Law Officers etc.

Eligibility criteria to apply for these jobs are the candidate should be in age of 21 to 38 years. They have to hold degree level course particular stream in which they are applying for the examination. After qualifying examination, the candidate has to go thought interview round. The question paper carries 200 questions and divided into five sections i.e. reasoning, quantitative aptitude, general awareness, English and computers. IBPS conducts examination for specialist officer twice in a year. Read More

4. IBPS PO CWE Exam :

All 29 public sector banks probationary officers are recruitment through IBPS PO examination. This is three-phase examination where aspirants first have to appear for the preliminary objective test, then phase 2 qualified preliminary objective test and finally appear for the interview.

The eligibility criteria to apply for examination are same as State Bank of India PO examination. Aspirant has to hold graduation degree from any discipline. They have to be in age between 20 to 30 years. There is some age relaxation present for reserve category. IBPS publish notification for the entrance examination in leading newspaper as well as on its portal.

5. IBPS Clerk CWE Exam

IBPS clear examination is also a common entrance examination for the post of clerks in public banks. After qualifying entrance examination, candidates get post at different banks and its branches. There is only one examination that individual looking for jobs in the banking sector has to go through. No, interview conduct after clearance of text. The text consists of question paper divided into five sections reasoning, quantitative aptitude, general awareness, English and computers.

Age limitation for candidates to apply on the exam is between 20-30 years. Here too age limitation for reserve candidate is present. Details of examination like date of examination, form submission date etc. can be taken from the website of IBPS.    Read More

6. Reserved Bank of India (RBI) Assistant Exam :

Just like State Bank Of India, Reserve Bank of India too conducts separate examination for the post of assistants. The pattern of examination is similar to clerk examination of other institutions. However, there is no set of dates for exam of RBI assistance. Candidates have to continuously monitor the website of RBI to get details of exam. Also, those who are preparing for SBI and IBPS clerical examination can appear for this exam too.

Eligibility criteria for examination are candidate has to be in age between 20-30 years and possess graduate degree in any discipline from any recognized university. There is no percentage limitation. It is important to note, before applying for examination, candidate should check criteria details. Screenings of details are done at interview which comes after written test.      Read More

7. Reserved Bank of India (RBI) Exam :

Reserve Bank of India conducts separate examination for all of its post. However, there is no pre-define syllabus available for this exam. Examination mainly covers four areas aptitude, reasoning, vocabulary and general knowledge. The examination is taken online and posted according to merit.

Eligibility criteria for examination remain same as it is there for examination of other banks. But, the candidate needs to check criteria before in detail to avoid disappointment further.

8. I.C Exam (G.I.C Officer’s Examination) :

General Insurance Corporation examination is a common exam for Assistant Administrative Officers Post at General Insurance Corporation Of India.  The organization includes

  • National insurance Company Ltd., at Kolkata
  • The Oriental Fire and General Insurance Company Ltd. New Delhi
  • The New India Assurance Company Ltd. at Mumbai.
  • United India Insurance Company Ltd. at Chennai

Eligibility criteria for examination are candidate should be age between 20 to 30 years. Candidates applying for examination should carry graduate and post graduate level degree in discipline like Arts, Science, Agriculture, Commerce and Engineering or Law. It has to be from recognize university. G.I.C Officer’s Examination asks for 50 percent marks in graduate or post graduate. The written examination is followed by interview after which candidate get final posting.        Read More

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