Bank clerk exam eligibility and notification for bank clerk exam 2015
Bank Clerk Exam eligibility and notification for bank clerk exam 2015:
All of us know there are two types of banks in India:
- Public sector bank ( Known as Government bank)
- Private sector bank ( ICICI bank, Axis bank etc.)
Today we’ll talk about eligibility for bank clerk exam:
Bank clerk exam eligibility:
Following are the eligibility criteria according to latest Bank Clerk Exam notification 2015 by IBPS who conduct the bank clerk exams.
Age for bank clerk examination 2015:
According to IBPS bank clerk exam notification candidate must have Age (As on 01.08.2015): Minimum: 20 years Maximum: 28 years. Relaxation in age criteria will be applicable as per government reservation rules.
Educational Qualifications of bank clerk examination 2015:
Candidate should have a graduation degree like ( B.A., B.Sc. , B.C.A etc.) from an UGC recognised university.
Candidate must process valid mark sheet of the degree at the time of while registering online.
Computer literacy is required in bank clerk examination:
Operating and working knowledge of computer is required.
Bank clerk online examination process:
IBPS has been changed the process of examination from 2015 for bank clerk exam. The structure of the IBPS Clerk examination is as follows:
IBPS will conduct examination in two parts: Part one bank clerk exam will be
a. Preliminary Examination exam pattern for bank clerk exam
Preliminary Examination questions paper will be based on:
English Language 30 marks(No of questions 30)
Numerical Ability 35 marks (No of questions 35)
Reasoning Ability 35 marks (No of questions 35)
Total Marks: 100
Total Time for clerk exam is 100 marks
b. Main Examination exam pattern for IBPS clerk exam
English Language 40 marks (No of questions 40)
Quantitative Aptitude 40 marks (No of questions 40)
General Awareness (with special reference to Banking Industry) 40 marks (No of questions 40)
Computer Knowledge 40 marks (No of questions 40)
Total marks: 200
The above tests except the Tests of English Language will be available bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi.
Their would be penalty of 0.25 marks on wrong answers.
We’ll soon write a detailed exam plan for bank clerk exam.