Bank Clerckial Grade Examination:
Banks are increasing their Branch network all over India because of the fast growth in Indian economy and the number of clients has growing rapidly, roughly 10 tomes from 1995. The infrastructure and staff in Banks are based on the number of customers as of 1990. Therefore, the Govt. of India has advised banks to expand their branch network and have their presence at all district Head quarters. Due to already existing shortages for staff and the expansion drive, there is substantial growth in number of vacancies for Clerks in Banks during 2010 and 2011. There is a golden chance and god send opportunity for candidates to get employment in Banking Industry.
This examination is generally held annually to recruit the clerical cadre in PSU Banks and State Bank of India and its associate banks. Applications are invited for posts like - Clerks , Typists, Stenos, Cashiers, DTP operators, telephone operators etc. This exam includes the following topics.
1. Test of Reasoning.
2. Test of English Language.
3. Test of Numerical Ability.
4. Test of Clerical Aptitude.
5. Descriptive Papers.
The test of English is generally of qualifying nature. Some leading banks like SBI and PNB have included subjects like Marketing Aptitude, Computer Knowledge and General Awareness in their clerical exam and have removed clerical aptitude from their tests. The descriptive test in the clerical exam is of qualifying nature. However, some banks do not conduct a descriptive test and some have replaced the descriptive test with an additional objective test on computer knowledge.
Bank of India and SBI have migrated to two-tier recruitment process :
Paper-1 (Objective) (of 90 minutes duration)
1. Numerical Aptitude & Reasoning : 100 questions of 200 marks
2. Clerical Aptitude : 50 questions of 50 marks
( In case of SBI, they take test of Computer and Marketing Aptitute)
3. English : 50 questions of 50 marks
In order to qualify, candidates to score minimu 40% in each section and over-all 50% in the first paper.
Paper - 2 (Descriptive) (of 60 minutes duration)
In this paper, candidates will get 5 compulsory questions with internal options. Though, marks scored are not included for shortlisting of candidates, yet 50% marks is required for qualifying this paper.
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Exams for different Cadres conducted by IBPS
- CWE PO/MT: for the position of Probationary Officer or Management Trainee.
- CWE Clerk: for Clerical positions.
- Specialist Officer: for Specialist Officer Positions.
- RRB officer: for the selection of officers & Office Assistants to Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) governed by NABARD.