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    Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Sir I am a graduate from RGPV Bhopal University. According to my university rule my aggregate percentage is 62%(1st and 2nd year 10%,3rd year 20% and final year 70% weight age). In my degree certificate I have got 62%. But my average is 54%(total marks/full marks of all year). Most banking exam take 55% aggregate. Am I eligible for bank exam?

    Please advice which whether they take average or aggregate percentage? Please sir reply to me so that I can take a decision. Thank you.


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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    The minimum eligibility score varies from bank to bank. Most banks take the aggregate score i.e. the score in your final mark sheet. Most banks provide information relating to the eligibility criteria as part of the advertisement. Read the advertisement carefully for all the details. Sent application only if you meet all the requirements. There is no point in sending the application if you do not meet the requirement. In any case you can start preparing for these exams. Solve as many papers as possible. Also make it a point to read the newspapers daily.




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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Most of the banks ask for 60% or above marks in the +2 and 55% or above in graduation. This is a fixed criterion for all bank exams. The percentage is calculated by dividing the marks scored in three years by the total marks. In your case with 54% marks you are not be eligible for most of the exams. Even though some banks ask just pass in graduation and +2. If that’s the case then, you can apply for that specific bank. Look for recruitment notification and the required eligibility. Don’t bother to apply to banks if you find yourselves ineligible, as the bank will disqualify your application in the initial stage itself.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Dear,
    This thing varies from various banks to banks.
    I think most of the banks take final score on the report card or we can say that most of them take the aggregate marks.
    When you visit any banks you can get information about the various eligibilities as well as you can find on various advertisements.
    So , look for it.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    No,
    Sorry you are not elligible for this because at your university the calculation id\s differ
    but every entrance elligiblity is calculated on the basis of total agregate in your btech/be

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Eligibility for Bank Exams is based ons or Aggregate marks and total percentile you have scored.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    most of bank exams have 60% but some have 50 or 55%.

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    Cool Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sir I am a graduate from RGPV Bhopal University. According to my university rule my aggregate percentage is 62%(1st and 2nd year 10%,3rd year 20% and final year 70% weight age). In my degree certificate I have got 62%. But my average is 54%(total marks/full marks of all year). Most banking exam take 55% aggregate. Am I eligible for bank exam?

    Please advice which whether they take average or aggregate percentage? Please sir reply to me so that I can take a decision. Thank you.
    Hey friend,

    As you have asked for the information regarding the Bank exam,i have mentioned the details below for your reference.The marks criteria varies from bank-bank.

    Eligibility:
    1. The candidate must be a citizen of India.
    2. The candidates must have a age limit of 21-30 years of age.
    3. The candidate must have finished his degree from a recognized university with 60% aggregate.This may vary from bank to bank as some banks prefer for 55%.
    4. The candidates must know about computers and must have a knowledge about MS office.

    So it may be tough for you to write the exam regarding your marks.Anyways trying is not a bad thing.

    Thank you and All the best.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    you can but first you should contact to bank to bank it mean from one bank to another bank because every bank"s terms and pollicies are different.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR THE PERCENTAGE VARIES FROM BANKS TO BANKS SOME BANKS DEMAND FOR THE AVERAGE MARKS WHILEN OTHERS AGGREGATE MARKS.BUT MOST OF THE BANK WANT THE AGGREGATE PERCENTAGE.SON DONT WORRY.THE REST ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA REGARDING 21-30 YEARS OF AGE,MUST BE A CITIZEN OF INDIA,A GRADUATE IN ANY STREAM FROM A RECOGNISED UNIVERSITY ARE SAME.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    It is based on aggregate marks.,,
    for clerical position:-minimum requirement +2 with 55%age minimum
    for P.O. post:- minimum qualification needed is graduation with 60%age
    Age limit should lie between 21 to 30 years

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    hiiiiiiiii buddy,,,,,!
    eligible cut off for any bank exam is 60% in +12 for clerk posts and 60% in degree for po posts,,,,,,as per ur university you have eligible % to attend bank exams,,,,,,,so be prepared well to attend bank exams,,,,,
    All the best,,,,,,!

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    It requires AGGREGATE MARKS..:


    Passed with 50% marks in aggregate in Higher Secondary..

    Thank You..

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    The eligibility for bank exam is aggrigate 55 % marks

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    eligibility vary from bank to bank in most of exam,generally degree given by university is consider then it may be aggregade or on final year basis it doesn't matter.so in SC/ST it is 55% and for other it is 60%.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Hai Friend.

    The Eligibility for most of the Bank Exams is based on the AGGREGATE MARKS ONLY.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Hai Friend.

    The Eligibility for most of the Bank Exams is based on the AGGREGATE MARKS ONLY.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Most of the banks ask for 60% or above marks in the +2 and 55% or above in graduation. This is a fixed criterion for all bank exams. The percentage is calculated by dividing the marks scored in three years by the total marks. In your case with 54% marks you are not be eligible for most of the exams. Even though some banks ask just pass in graduation and +2. If that’s the case then, you can apply for that specific bank. Look for recruitment notification and the required eligibility. Don’t bother to apply to banks if you find yourselves ineligible, as the bank will disqualify your application in the initial stage itself.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    FOR CLERK POST YOU HAVE TO SECURE 60+% MARKS IN 10+2 CLASS
    FOR PO'S POST YOU HAVE TO SECURE 50+%MARKS IN DEGREE

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Generally eligibility criterion for BANK PO exams is
    1. Nationality: Candidate should be INDIAN
    2. Age: The age must be 21-30(There is age relaxation for SC/ST/PH candidates)
    3. You must have completed your degree course with 60% of marks
    4. You must have basic knowledge of COMPUTER


    So according to rules you are definitely eligible and you can apply for any PO post

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    i hv gt 59 percen in f.y 58 in s.y nd 54 percent in t.y b.com m i eligible for bank exams for p.o

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Most of the banks ask for 60% or above marks in the +2 and 55% or above in graduation. This is a fixed criterion for all bank exams. The percentage is calculated by dividing the marks scored in three years by the total marks. In your case with 54% marks you are not be eligible for most of the exams. Even though some banks ask just pass in graduation and +2. If that’s the case then, you can apply for that specific bank. Look for recruitment notification and the required eligibility. Don’t bother to apply to banks if you find yourselves ineligible, as the bank will disqualify your application in the initial stage itself.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    The bank exam is based on the average marks . Most of the banks are required under graduate degree with 60%percentage of marks . 55% percentage for the sc /st and obc candidate . The age limit of the candidate should be 21 to 30 years as per rbi regulation . You should known basic knowledge in computer and communication skill are help to qualifying in bank exam . There are also separate book are available in stores for Clerk as well as PO exams . You can buy that type of book study well .
    All The Best !

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    National Bank Clerk Eligibility details:
    Nationality: The candidate must be an Indian citizen.
    Age limit:
    1) Candidate should be In between 20 to 25 years.
    2) Relaxation for sc/st/ up to 05 years.
    3) For obc candidates 03 years.
    4) Physically challenged candidates – 10 years.
    5) Ex – servicemen – 3 years
    6) Widows, divorced women & who are not remarried – 09 years

    Educational qualification:
    1) The candidate must be a graduated with 50% marks (or) equivalent qualification and working knowledge of marks.
    2) And the candidate should have working knowledge of Ms-office.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    sir is it that possible that,i have secured 50% in 2 and 60% in graduate,then i can give entrance exam for bank po.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    sir my sslc % is 60% and puc % is 53% engineering % is 63% can i apply for bank exams

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    i have scored 68% in graduation based in honours paper.but when subsidry paper is taken into account it comes down to 59% . am i eligible forPNB RECRUITMENT 2012 for PO ? please reply me on my mail id ab.aanand@gmail.com .
    waiting for reply....

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    you are eligibility for bank exam if you get 60% marks in 10+2 and 55% in graduation. if you can get this % then you can apply any exam of bank
    your citizen should of india
    age limit must be between 21-30 year for po exam and 18-27 year for clerk exam.
    and knowledge of computer should be for bank exam.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    hello sir,
    i completed my b com with 55%. but if it calculate with languages my percentage will 54 ....... am i eligible for apllying bank jobs.....

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Actually for different banking exams, there are different eligibility criteria in respect of percentage
    which should be obtained by a candidate in order to appear for the banking exams of a particular
    bank.Generally students appear for the IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel selection) examination
    or common written examination which is newly introduced if they want to make a career in the
    banking field.But there are some banks that conducts separate examination for the recruitment
    of their personnel for example State Bank of India and other private banks.
    Generally all the banks consider the aggregate percentage obtained by you in your
    graduation course and ,not the average percentage.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    Actually for different banking exams, there are different eligibility criteria in respect of percentage
    which should be obtained by a candidate in order to appear for the banking exams of a particular
    bank.Generally students appear for the IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel selection) examination
    or common written examination which is newly introduced if they want to make a career in the
    banking field.But there are some banks that conducts separate examination for the recruitment
    of their personnel for example State Bank of India and other private banks.
    Generally all the banks consider the aggregate percentage obtained by you in your
    graduation course and ,not the average percentage.

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    Re: Eligibility for Bank Exams is based on Average marks or Aggregate marks?

    While calculating the aggregate % will the marks scored in first attempt be considered or the final marks( i.e suppose there will be a back subject and has written and cleared that subject during the next attempt)??. Will the marks scored in the back subject will be counted to the final marks or not?? Please reply

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