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    What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    minimum percentage in ibps exam
    60% marks required in all part of graduation for ibps po exam 2013




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    bat man
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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    Hello friend

    You must pass degree from a recognised board
    You must be in the age group of 20 - 30 years

    Age relaxation for reserved class
    The relaxation for Scheduled Caste,Scheduled Tribe is 5 years
    The relaxaion for other Backward Classes is 3 years
    The relaxation for persons With Disabilities is 10 years

    To know more click >>IBPS.pdf

    all the best




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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    minimum percentage in ibps exam
    60% marks required in all part of graduation for ibps po exam 2013

    IBPS stand for the Institute of Banking Personnel Selections. IBPS examination is conducted for the recruitment in the different public sectors banks. To appear in IBPS you need following criteria :

    Only those candidate have completed graduation degree are eligible for IBPS PO exam.There are no percentage criteria for IBPS PO exam.

    The candidate age must be in between 21 to 30 years.Age relaxation is provide for SC/ST/OBC category as per govt rule.

    Age relaxation for reserved candidate is given below-

    SC/ST Category - 5 years age relaxation
    OBC Category - 3 years age relaxation
    PWD Category - 10 years relaxation

    Pattern for IBPS PO Exam:-

    Reasoning Ability - 50 questions for 50 marks
    Quantitive Aptitude - 50 questions for 50 marks
    English Language - 50 questions for 25 marks
    Computer Knowledge - 50 questions for 50 marks
    General Awareness - 50 questions for 50 marks

    There is a papers of Descriptive type Question papers .So you should prepare on it .

    Selection process for IBPS PO Exam :-

    1) Written Test
    2)Personal Interview

    Best Books for IBPS PO Exam


    Success Master IBPS Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Bank PO Probationary Officer/Management Trainee Pariksha
    Author: Expert Compilation
    Publisher: Arihant


    Bank PO Solved Papers for Probationary Officer & Management Trainee CWE - 2012
    Publisher: Kiran Prakashan
    Author: Kiran Prakashan

    IBPS Bank PO CWE 20 Practice Sets Probationary Officers/Management Trainee Pariksha (Hind)
    Author: Expert Compilation
    Publisher: Arihant Publishers (2011)

    For more details about IBPS PO exam , You can visit to http://www.ibps.in/
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    tash1907
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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    Hi Friend......................

    IBPS(Institute of Banking Personal Institute) conducting the written examination for 19 banking sectors.

    This score is valid for one year only.

    Eligibility criteria for bank PO(Probationary Officer):

    Educational Qualification

    >> The candidate should be complete graduation in any stream from a recognised university.

    >> Some banks can ask the 60% marks in graduation.

    >> Candidate should be a citizen of india.

    Age criteria:

    Age limits is 21 years to 30 years,

    3 years upper age relaxation for the OBC category,

    5 years upper age relaxation for the SC/ST category.

    Selection process;

    Written exam,

    Personal interview.

    Exam pattern:

    General english,

    General awareness,

    Logical reasoning,

    Quantitative aptitude,

    Computer knowledge.

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    chinna111
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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    Hai,

    IBPS stands for Institute of Banking Personal Selection.

    Eligibility criteria:-

    The candidate should be complete graduation with a minimum of 60%of marks from a recognised university.

    You must be an Indian origin.


    Age criteria:-

    The age limits are 20 years to 28 years,

    Three years relaxation for OBC candidates,

    Five years relaxation for SC/ST candidates.


    Selection process:-

    Written exam,

    Personal interview.


    So, 60% of marks in graduation is required for IBPS PO exam.


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    creed
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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    Hello friend
    recently the ibps announced that the minimum percentage required in the graduation is 60% but due to that people in our country are against him and the controversy is started people do want any type of percentage criteria in the ibps po exam so in last few days the ibps publish a pdf file in which they said that there is no percentage criteria required for the bank po exam but for the sbi po exam you should have to score at least 60% percentage in your graduation..
    All the best

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    Re: What is the minimum required percentage for IBPS PO exam?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear IBPS(institute of banking personnel selection) ,is a good institute conducts a wide activities of exams in personnel selection from outside,
    IBPS conducts exams for the specialist officers as well as management trainees with the help of common written exam.
    education qualification for IBPS PO
    you must have a degree from any recognized university with 40-50% of marks to be eligible for this exam,
    age limit
    minimum age limit is 20 years,
    maximum is 30 for general categories
    age relaxation
    • if you are belong to the SC/ST than you must have 5 years of age relaxation,
    • if you are belong to the obc than you must have 3 years of age relaxation,
    • if you are belong to the PWD than you must have 10 years of age relaxation,
    for this exam you have to do lot of hard work as there are so many competitiveness with you , there are 20 lakh students registering for this exam.
    the syllabus for this exam consists of objective and descriptive papers,
    objective paper consists of 225 questions ,and it has five sections like
    • reasoning- this section consists of 50 objective questions carrying 50 marks,
    • quantitative aptitude- this section consists of 50 objective questions carrying 50 marks,
    • english language test-this section consists of 25 objective questions carrying 0.25 marks,
    • general awareness-this section consists of 50 objective questions carrying 50 marks,
    • computer knowledge test-this section consists of 50 objective questions carrying 50 marks,
    the duration of this exam is 2.5 hours
    descriptive paper,
    you may understand what is descriptive is you have to to write
    • letter writing,
    • essay,
    • precis ,
    • comprehension etc.. in this exam .
    IBPS CLERK
    clerk exams you must be the citizen of india, Nepal,or Bhutan. you can be a Tibetan refugee but you must came to the india before 1st January 1962.
    age limit
    minimum age limit is 18 years,
    maximum is 28 for general categories,
    education qualification:-
    you must have 60% of marks in your matriculation board,
    50% of marks in your intermediate,you can also eligible with degree from any recognized university.
    reservations are also available for the SC/ST/OBC handicapped contestants.the exam fees for the general category is 450 and for the reserved is 50-inr ,
    exam pattern
    the exam consists of objective and descriptive papers.
    objective session carries 225 marks and duration of the time is 150 minutes.

    250 questions consists of
    • verbal/numeric reasoning,
    • general English,
    • question related to the banking ,
    • insurance,
    • investment sector,
    • computers,
    • and typical quantitative aptitude,
    and the descriptive session consists of 25 marks and the duration of the exam is 60 minutes.
    so dear you have to prepare well for this exam,
    all the best.

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