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    IBPS has a mandate from 20 Public Sector Banks(Last year, 19 public sector banks were participating in the exam. This year, the number has gone up to 20 with the inclusion of IDBI Bank.) to conduct the eligibility exam for selection to these banks. The exam is termed as the Common Written Examination.

    IBPS has announced to probable time when the second CWE for the clerical jobs in government owned banks would be held this year.

    IBPS conducts CWE (Common Written Examination) is accepted by 20 nationalized banks in India. Banks that accept CWE are Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank, Syndicate Bank, Union Bank of India, National Bank UCO Bank,Vijaya Bank and IDBI Bank

    You can apply for banks in only one state or UT in this edition of IBPS Clerk Exam. Also, you must know the local language of that particular state or UT in order to be eligible for application.

    The registration process for the applications from aspiring candidates will  start from the date 15th October 2012 at their official site www.ibps.in and the last date for the applications submission process would be 5th November 2012. The tentative month in which the IBPS is planning to conduct the CWE is December 2012 or January 2013.

    Online Test- It is important to note that unlike last year, this year, IBPS Clerk Exam will be an online test. Thus, you won’t be getting OMR sheets to mark your answers. Instead, you will have to click the answers online

    Successful students in the CWE are issued scorecards based on their performance in the IBPS exam.The scorecard is mandatory to apply for Jobs in Public Sector banks

    Eligibility Criteria- Till last year, even candidates without a graduation degree could appear for the exam. However, that criteria has been changed this time. You need to hold a valid degree from a recognized university. Simply passing class XII exams does not make you eligible for IBPS Clerk Exam 2013.You cannot appear for the exam if you have to clear backlogs in your college education. You must hold a valid degree as on 1st October, 2012.

    • Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
    • Computer literacy: Operating and working knowledge in computer systems is mandatory.
    • Proficiency in the Official Language of the State/UT for which vacancies a candidate wishes to apply is preferable.

    Compulsory of Computer education- This is another big change that has been made in this edition of IBPS Clerk Exam. Computer education is compulsory for all the candidates applying for the exam. In essence, that means, you should have either studied computers in college or high school, or you must hold a valid computer course certificate from a recognized institute.

    Common interviews-  Till last year, banks used to shortlist the candidates based on their score in the common written exam. They then called the shortlisted candidates for a personal interview. But, this year, the interviews would be conducted by IBPS. Your score in the common written exam and the interview would be combined to give you the final score. Based on the final score, you will get a job offer from any one of the participating banks.

    Age Criteria : 18 to 28 years (Minimum 18 years and Maximum 28) years. Relaxations : 5 years for SC/ST/, 3 years for OBC, 10 years for Persons with Disabilities and 5 years for Ex-Servicemen.

    Exam Pattern: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts Common Written Examination (CWE) for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre vacancies in 20 public sector Banks. The common written examination exam pattern details are given below…

    Total Marks & Questions : 200 Question & 200 Marks Papers (Negative marking applicable)

    Duration : 120 Minutes for Reasoning, English Language, General Awareness, Computer Knowledge. 

    • Reasoning :  40 Questions Max. 40 marks
    • English Language : 40 Questions Max. 40 marks
    • Numerical Ability/Quantitative Aptitude : 40 Question Max. 40 marks
    • General Awareness (With special reference to Banking Industry) : 40 Questions Max. 40 marks
    • Computer Knowledge : 40 Questions Max. 40 marks

    How to Apply : to apply for IBPS Clerk Exam, you first need to go to the official website of IBPS, that is, www.ibps.in. Fill in the application form with the requisite details, along with a valid photograph and signature.

    After filling in the application form, you need to pay the requisite challan. You can pay online as well as offline. The dates for online payment are 15th October to 5th November, while the dates for offline payment are 17th October to 9th November, 2012.
    The application fee for SC and ST candidates is Rs 40, while that for General category candidates is Rs 400.

    For complete IBPS Recruitment 2012 notification please visit www.ibps.in website for detailed information. Candidates are advised to read IBPS Clerk Exam 2012 notification carefully before online registration

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    IBPS has a mandate from 20 Public Sector Banks(Last year, 19 public sector banks were participating in the exam. This year, the number has gone up to 20 with the inclusion of IDBI Bank.) to conduct the eligibility exam for selection to these banks. The exam is termed as the Common Written Examination.

    IBPS has announced to probable time when the second CWE for the clerical jobs in government owned banks would be held this year.

    IBPS conducts CWE (Common Written Examination) is accepted by 20 nationalized banks in India. Banks that accept CWE are Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank, Syndicate Bank, Union Bank of India, National Bank UCO Bank,Vijaya Bank and IDBI Bank

    You can apply for banks in only one state or UT in this edition of IBPS Clerk Exam. Also, you must know the local language of that particular state or UT in order to be eligible for application.

    The registration process for the applications from aspiring candidates will  start from the date 15th October 2012 at their official site www.ibps.in and the last date for the applications submission process would be 5th November 2012. The tentative month in which the IBPS is planning to conduct the CWE is December 2012 or January 2013.

    Online Test- It is important to note that unlike last year, this year, IBPS Clerk Exam will be an online test. Thus, you won’t be getting OMR sheets to mark your answers. Instead, you will have to click the answers online

    Successful students in the CWE are issued scorecards based on their performance in the IBPS exam.The scorecard is mandatory to apply for Jobs in Public Sector banks

    Eligibility Criteria- Till last year, even candidates without a graduation degree could appear for the exam. However, that criteria has been changed this time. You need to hold a valid degree from a recognized university. Simply passing class XII exams does not make you eligible for IBPS Clerk Exam 2013.You cannot appear for the exam if you have to clear backlogs in your college education. You must hold a valid degree as on 1st October, 2012.

    • Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
    • Computer literacy: Operating and working knowledge in computer systems is mandatory.
    • Proficiency in the Official Language of the State/UT for which vacancies a candidate wishes to apply is preferable.

    Compulsory of Computer education- This is another big change that has been made in this edition of IBPS Clerk Exam. Computer education is compulsory for all the candidates applying for the exam. In essence, that means, you should have either studied computers in college or high school, or you must hold a valid computer course certificate from a recognized institute.

    Common interviews-  Till last year, banks used to shortlist the candidates based on their score in the common written exam. They then called the shortlisted candidates for a personal interview. But, this year, the interviews would be conducted by IBPS. Your score in the common written exam and the interview would be combined to give you the final score. Based on the final score, you will get a job offer from any one of the participating banks.

    Age Criteria : 18 to 28 years (Minimum 18 years and Maximum 28) years. Relaxations : 5 years for SC/ST/, 3 years for OBC, 10 years for Persons with Disabilities and 5 years for Ex-Servicemen.

    Exam Pattern: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts Common Written Examination (CWE) for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre vacancies in 20 public sector Banks. The common written examination exam pattern details are given below…

    Total Marks & Questions : 200 Question & 200 Marks Papers (Negative marking applicable)

    Duration : 120 Minutes for Reasoning, English Language, General Awareness, Computer Knowledge. 

    How to Apply : to apply for IBPS Clerk Exam, you first need to go to the official website of IBPS, that is, www.ibps.in. Fill in the application form with the requisite details, along with a valid photograph and signature.

    After filling in the application form, you need to pay the requisite challan. You can pay online as well as offline. The dates for online payment are 15th October to 5th November, while the dates for offline payment are 17th October to 9th November, 2012.

    The application fee for SC and ST candidates is Rs 40, while that for General category candidates is Rs 400.

    For complete IBPS Recruitment 2012 notification please visit www.ibps.in website for detailed information. Candidates are advised to read IBPS Clerk Exam 2012 notification carefully before online registration

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    The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts Common Written Exam (CWE) yearly. The recruitment in private, public, co-operative and rural banks in India is done with the help of this two-tier examination system followed by a rigorous interview procedure. Roughly, every year nearly 1.5 crore of students appear for this coveted exam. The CWE by IBPS is considered as one of the toughest exams to assess the knowledge of aspirants in aptitude at entry level banking jobs in India.

    The IBPS issues a valid score card on the basis of CWE procedure, the candidates are called for final interview and then recruited to top banks on the basis of merit. The post for which CWE is conducted includes Clerks, Probationary Officers, Management Trainees and Specialist Officers. The exam is conducted yearly on a tentative schedule where a candidate has to appear for preliminary as well as mains examinations.

    The banking sector is one of the industries that see exponential growth with the boom of market; thereby there are yearly lots of vacancies released by IBPS. A person who is willing to attempt IBPS exam is expected to have general knowledge regarding banking industry, finance sector, and a grasp on aptitude. The objective of having the CWE is to impart a common platform to the candidates coming from different backgrounds and join banking sector. The candidates are supposed to have basic Computer Knowledge and English Comprehension skills. Since the transactions in a bank are not limited to a geographic area, aspirants should know the skills to analyze reason, comprehend, and understand what a customer demands.....more

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    Although, the syllabus of English section for IBPS Exams is quite exhaustive, but it  very important and need to qualify must and should,... more

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    Candidates appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Awareness questions of last 6 months, You can collect the information from several...more

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    Computer knowledge is the major topic in competitive exams because now a days every one using the computers.To crack this section the candidate must check out the topics... more

    Reasoning

    In this section you can learn and practice Reasoning (Questions with Answers) to improve your skills in order to crack ibps exams ... more

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    IBPS EXAMS HELD IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

    IBPS CLERKS (IV) 2014- 2015, Notification

    Participation bank for IBPS clerk (IV) 2014  Allahabad Bank, Andhra bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra,Canara Bank, Corporation Bank, Central Bank of India, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank, Punjab and Sind Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India, Vijaya Bank.

    Detail of Vacancy - IBPS CLERKS (IV) 2014

    Name of post –Clerks

    Mode of Application- Online

    Mode of Selection  – Written examination & Personal Interview

    Age Criteria – 20-28 years (as on 1st Aug,2014), Age relaxation for reserved category is as per government rule

    Qualification – Graduation in any discipline & Computer knowledge

    Application Fee- Rs.600/- for Gen/OBC & Rs.100/- for SC/ST/PWD

    Payment of fees- Online 12.08.2014 to 1.09.2014 Offline14.08.2014 to 3.09.2014

    IBPS Online exam date -     6,7,13,14,20,21 and 27 Dec,2014

    Interview Date-Feb,2015


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     Institute of Banking personnel selection (IBPS) has recently issued notification on 18-06-2014 for Regional rural banks under the mode of Common written examination (Phase-III).

    Where the recruitment is going to be for the posts of Regional Rural banks(RRBs) as OFFICE ASSISTANTS (Multipurpose) & OFFICERS (Scale-I, II and III).

    The entrance exam IBPS CWE phase-III is expected to held in the last week of september or first week of october 2014.

    There is around 30 days for the preparation from now and this is not a enough time if you follow the following pattern of preparation (tips) which is guided by professionals.

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    The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) initiates the conduct of Common Written Examination (CWE). Today, IBPS has become a body that provides integrated end to end solutions for human resource management of client organizations. IBPS issues a score card only after the candidate passes the exam whether for Clerks, Probationary Officers or Specialist officers. Thus, the candidate who desires for such posts will require a valid scorecard of the CWE. It is now mandatory for all the candidates to produce this score card to the recruiting bank. Since the pattern of the exam remains the same, general tips for Preparation for Banking Exams especially for IBPS preparation hold good. Candidate needs to focus on fundamentals of Quantitive Aptitute and read a lot of material on general awareness. He/she will have to focus on the banking and financial sector as well, since majority of questions in the general awareness section are from the banking sector. Candidate also needs to brush up basic computer knowledge as well, since this section is high scoring. For IBPS Exam, one must prepare taking into consideration the difficulty Level of the IBPS Exams, as IBPS is known for surprises. Although The Market is flooded with lot many books with exciting banners to attract you, but it is important you must wisely choose the right books and study material, so that it pays you in the long run

    The common written exam (CWE) is conducted by the Institute of Banking Personal Selection (IBPS), which is mandatory to apply for jobs as Clerks, Probationary Officers, and Specialist Officers in Indian banks. CWE issues a score card based on the conducted examinations which leads to recruitment in nationalized banks and associated banks. Months of focused endeavor is required to clear the IBPS exams by clearing aptitude as well as general tests. The IBPS exams have five different sections, arithmetical aptitude, reasoning, general awareness and computer literacy. All the sections are mandatory for the clearing of CWE. It is advised to select the best of books, materials and training institutes. IBPS is dream of many, but those who are willing to work hard are going to ace this examination.

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    Our study material has been largely divided into five sections:

    Arithmetic Aptitude

    Every student who wants to clear IBPS exam. To solve the question students to command over it, and there is only one way that is Practices 
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    English

    Although, the syllabus of English section for IBPS Exams is quite exhaustive, but it  very important and need to qualify must and should,... more

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    Candidates appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Awareness questions of last 6 months, You can collect the information from several...more

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    Computer knowledge is the major topic in competitive exams because now a days every one using the computers.To crack this section the candidate must check out the topics... more

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    The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) initiates the conduct of Common Written Examination (CWE). Today, IBPS has become a body that provides integrated end to end solutions for human resource management of client organizations. IBPS issues a score card only after the candidate passes the exam whether for Clerks, Probationary Officers or Specialist officers. Thus, the candidate who desires for such posts will require a valid scorecard of the CWE. It is now mandatory for all the candidates to produce this score card to the recruiting bank. Since the pattern of the exam remains the same, general tips for Preparation for Banking Exams especially for IBPS preparation hold good. Candidate needs to focus on fundamentals of Quantitive Aptitute and read a lot of material on general awareness. He/she will have to focus on the banking and financial sector as well, since majority of questions in the general awareness section are from the banking sector. Candidate also needs to brush up basic computer knowledge as well, since this section is high scoring. For IBPS Exam, one must prepare taking into consideration the difficulty Level of the IBPS Exams, as IBPS is known for surprises. Although The Market is flooded with lot many books with exciting banners to attract you, but it is important you must wisely choose the right books and study material, so that it pays you in the long run

    The common written exam (CWE) is conducted by the Institute of Banking Personal Selection (IBPS), which is mandatory to apply for jobs as Clerks, Probationary Officers, and Specialist Officers in Indian banks. CWE issues a score card based on the conducted examinations which leads to recruitment in nationalized banks and associated banks. Months of focused endeavor is required to clear the IBPS exams by clearing aptitude as well as general tests. The IBPS exams have five different sections, arithmetical aptitude, reasoning, general awareness and computer literacy. All the sections are mandatory for the clearing of CWE. It is advised to select the best of books, materials and training institutes. IBPS is dream of many, but those who are willing to work hard are going to ace this examination.

    ...more

    Our study material has been largely divided into five sections:

    Arithmetic Aptitude

    Every student who wants to clear IBPS exam. To solve the question students to command over it, and there is only one way that is Practices 
    ... more

    English

    Although, the syllabus of English section for IBPS Exams is quite exhaustive, but it  very important and need to qualify must and should,... more

    General Awareness

    Candidates appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Awareness questions of last 6 months, You can collect the information from several...more

    Computer Knowledge

    Computer knowledge is the major topic in competitive exams because now a days every one using the computers.To crack this section the candidate must check out the topics... more

    Reasoning

    In this section you can learn and practice Reasoning (Questions with Answers) to improve your skills in order to crack ibps exams ... more


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