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    Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    hello sir/mam
    i am a 2nd year B.sc student shall i write bank exam





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    sugandha agarwal
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Yes, no dear you are not eligible are to write IBPS exam because student those who have completed graduation can only apply for this exam. And even appearing student cannot apply for this exam.




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    ravikannth2027
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Bank Exam Qualifications :

    Bank Po Exam :
    you are not eligible for Bank Po exams because you are studying degree 2nd years

    Complete a degree in any stream from a recognized university with min of 60% marks
    final year students also eligible
    age limit : 20 to 30 years for General Candidates
    3 & 5 years for OBC & SC/ST Candidates

    Bank Clerk Exam :
    Complete a 12th stands with 60% marks of a recognized university or
    any degree from a recognized university
    age limit : 18 to 30 years for General
    3 & 5 years for OBC & SC/ST Candidates

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    Vikas hrc
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hey friend.

    Bank PO and Bank Clerk are the exams which are commonly known as Bank exams.

    This exam is conducted by various banks throughout India and some of them 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
    United Bank of India
    UCO Bank
    Vijaya Bank.

    For writing this exam you need to satisfy certain eligibility criteria's and they may include:

    Eligibility for Bank PO:

    > Candidate must have a citizenship in India.

    > Candidate must have a age limit of 21-30 years of age.

    > The candidate must have a degree from a recognized university with 60% aggregate. Some banks prefer for 55%.

    > The candidates must know about computers and must know to operate MS Office.

    Eligibility for Bank Clerk:

    > Candidate must have a citizenship in India.

    > Candidate must have a age limit of 18-28 years of age.

    > Candidate must have completed +2 from a recognized board with a fair percentage.







    So,you are eligible only for Bank clerk exams...

    Most of the bank exams have some general sections like:

    General Knowledge,

    General Aptitude(Logical Reasoning,Analytical ,Insufficient data analysis etc)

    General Science,

    General Awareness,

    General Marketing(Financial,Accounting etc) Knowledge

    General Computer Knowledge.

    To crack those sections according to me:


    1:study the daily newspaper.

    2:solve more and more problems from various aptitude test books like R.S.Agarwal,Barron's etc.

    3:Try to discover more and more new own tricks by which you can easily solve any problem in a less time .

    4:You can go for self tests.

    5:study your general science subjects Physics,Mathematics properly.



    Best of luck.

    Thanks.
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    Mithun sharma
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Dear friend,

    as you mention that you are doing B.sc 2nd year so you can eligible for Bank clerk post but you can not apply in Bank PO exams

    because for Bank PO you should be at least Graduate, and for Bank clerk you should be 12th pass out.

    Regards,
    Mithun sharma

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    Sreeram B
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Dear Aspirant,



    In My Opinion It is better to write exam once you complete the graduation then only you will get better score.If You concentrate on bank exam exam then you may loose current academic subject,You may feel.


    IBPS is conducting Common Written Examination for Bank PO Exam and Clerical Position.You can apply for that exam.IBPS Stands for Institute of Banking Personnel.It is conducting common written exam for 19 government sector banks.You have chance to apply for both PO position and Clerical cadre positions.Here you will be having chance to apply for all the banks with single time payment and single time written test.

    Eligibility Criteria to apply for Clerk Exam:

    You must be having at least 55% of marks from your Intermediate from recognized board.Your age should be between 18 to 28 yrs.

    Eligibility Criteria to apply for PO Exam:

    You must be having at least 50% of marks in your graduation from recognized university and 5% relaxation is available for SC and ST candidates.Your age should be between 18 yrs to 28 yrs.


    So Please complete Graduation.Once You done with graduation then you can go for Bank Exam.

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    mylove
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello sir/mam
    i am a 2nd year B.sc student shall i write bank exam
    hello
    yes sure you can write bank exam.
    on the basis of 12th class you can give clerical exam.
    eligibility
    you should passed 12th class with 60% marks.
    your age should be in between 18-28 years.
    you should be indian.

    good luck

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    prasenjit dey
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Dear friend,
    Bank Exam Qualifications :

    Bank Po Exam :
    you are not eligible for Bank Po exams because you are studying degree 2nd years

    Complete a degree in any stream from a recognized university with min of 60% marks
    final year students also eligible
    age limit : 20 to 30 years for General Candidates
    3 & 5 years for OBC & SC/ST Candidates

    Bank Clerk Exam :
    Complete a 12th stands with 60% marks of a recognized university or
    any degree from a recognized university
    age limit : 18 to 30 years for General
    3 & 5 years for OBC & SC/ST Candidates

    best of luck...

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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hello Dear Friend............

    The minimum Qualification for Applying is 12th or equivalent DEGREE ........

    The Degree might be......

    1. B.A

    2. B.Com

    3. B.Sc

    4. B.Tech

    5. B.Ed

    6. B.Arch................etc




    For Bank exams..........There is a Common Written Examination (CWE)......


    For that you need to write IBPS (Institute of Banking and personnel Selection)...............

    The syllabus would be .....

    Syllabus for IBPS PO Exam 2012

    1.Reasoning-50 MARKS

    2. Quantitative Aptitude-50 MARKS

    3.Computer Knowledge-50 MARKS

    4.General Awareness-50 MARKS

    5.English Knowledge-25 MARKS

    6.English Descriptive Paper-25 MARKS..............




    ALL THE VERY BEST

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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    My 10 marks is 62 in maths and in puc 45 can i write bank exam

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    maruthidevi
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Bank Exam Qualifications :

    Bank Po Exam :
    you are not eligible for Bank Po exams because you are studying degree 2nd years

    Complete a degree in any stream from a recognized university with min of 60% marks
    final year students also eligible
    age limit : 20 to 30 years for General Candidates
    3 & 5 years for OBC & SC/ST Candidates

    Bank Clerk Exam :
    Complete a 12th stands with 60% marks of a recognized university or
    any degree from a recognized university
    age limit : 18 to 30 years for General
    3 & 5 years for OBC & SC/ST Candidates

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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hai,

    Oh shore you are eligible for SBI(State Bank of India) Clerk exam.


    Eligibility details for SBI Clerk:

    The candidate should be complete 12th standard with a minimum of 55% of marks from a recognised university or board.

    Or

    You must be complete graduation in any stream from a recognised university.

    Candidate should be a citizen of India.


    Age criteria:-

    Your age should be in between 18 years to 28 years.

    There is a relaxation of 3 years for OBC candidates,

    There is a relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST candidates.


    Selection process:-

    Written exam,

    Personal interview.


    Best of luck.

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    Ashwini1998
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hello sir
    Bank PO Exam ....
    you are not eligibe for bank po exam because you are studing degree 2 nd years .
    you should be at least Graduate and bank clerk you should be 12 th pass out for bank clerk exams...
    General knoledge
    General science
    General computer knowledge

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    Ashwini1998
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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hello sir
    Bank PO Exam ....
    you are not eligibe for bank po exam because you are studing degree 2 nd years .
    you should be at least Graduate and bank clerk you should be 12 th pass out for bank clerk exams...
    General knoledge
    General science
    General computer knowledge

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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hi friend,

    Sorry,
    You are Not Eligible to Write the Bank Po's Exam During 2nd Year, You need to Complete Graduation or Final Year then you are Eligible
    Eligibility for Bank Po's Exam:
    Any degree from Recognized University with 50%,SC/ST 45% Marks
    Age limit is 21-30 Years, Upper age Limit is OBC 3 Years,SC/ST 5 Years and Physically Handicapped 10 Years

    But You are Eligible for SBI Bank Clerks
    Eligibility for SBI Bank Clerks:
    10+2 from Recognized University with 60%, SC/ST 55% Marks
    Age limit 18-28 Years upper age limit is OBC 3 Years,SC/ST 5 Years and Physically Handicapped 10 Years

    All the Best...

    Thank you.,

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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Since you are still 2nd year B.Sc. student wait for the completion of your degree so that you gets eligible for writing all the IBPS exams which is conducted for picking the eligible candidates for various posts by conducting an online examination.
    For writing this exam you must be atleast a degree holder.

    For more details watch the pdf below regarding the IBPS clerical and PO exams.
    CWE_Clerks_III_Advt.pdf
    CORRIGENDUM_PO_MT.pdf

    For more details regarding the IBPS go to the link www.ibps.in

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    Re: Shall I write bank exam being a 2nd year B.Sc student?

    Hi,

    you can Try.Please check fallowing..

    Eligibility Criteria For IBPS Exam 2013-14

    IBPS PO 2013 education qualification and maximum age have been revised. The eligibility criteria for the recruitment of POs/MTs under CWE-PO/MT-III have been revised as under:

    1. Educational Qualification :

    A Degree (Graduation) in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government

    2. Age :

    Minimum 20 years Maximum 30 years

    (i.e. candidate must have been not born earlier than 02.07.1983 and not later than 01.07.1993)

    (Relaxation in upper age limit as per Govt. Guidelines for Reserved Categories will apply).

    3. Computer Literacy : Not Mandatory

    Thank you

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