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    Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    i m doing b.tech from karnataka state open university. am i eligible for appearing in upsc or any government exam? can i apply for GATE?

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Banks are considered the backbone of a countryís economy. Its more true for a developing country like India. Indian Banking system is very strong. In the global financial turmoil that happened sometime ago, our country was least affected because of soundness of Indian Banking and Financial system. In fact many countries of the world are trying to learn lessons from our disciplined system of Banking.

    Banks in India are not only strong but are also growing fast. According to studies. Banking sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country. This growth has brought many opportunities.

    Indian Banking Scenario

    Regulation of Banking system in India started with Banking Regulation Act, 1949. Banks in India used to be in private hands. In 1969, 14 big private banks were nationalised bringing them under the ownership of government. After 11 years, in 1980, six more banks were nationalised. Of these 20 banks, one New Bank of India got merged in Punjab National Bank. Now in all there are 27 public sector banks in the country consisting of 19 nationalised banks and 8 banks from State Bank group (State Bank of India and its associates).

    In the last two decades Public Sector Banks in India have witnessed a transition from traditional banking to modern technology driven banking. Exposure to competition has made these banks re-engineer and re-structure their processes, systems and product line. After economic liberalization these banks have been given enough freedom to do so. However, for various matters these are required to follow guidelines issued by Ministry of Finance, Reserve Bank of India and Indian Banks Association.

    Post nationalisation, the Banks were asked to open more branches in rural areas. Large number of people were recruited to man these newly opened branches. Expanded network gave a new identity to these banks and millions of new customers came to the fold of Banking. The business of Banking moved from class banking to mass banking.

    Manpower requirements

    Public sector banks in India employ more than 7 lakh people at present. Of these a large number of people will be retiring in next 5-6 years. To fill this gap and to take up the growing business the Banks are on a recruiting spree as can be seen in media and from vacancy announcements. Only this year about 40,000 vacancies have been created in public sector banks due to retirements, resignations and expansion of business.

    Earlier recruitments in public sector banks were made through Banking Service Recruitment Boards. Each board was taking care of manpower requirements of 3-5 banks in a certain geographical area. Now the boards have been abolished and each public sector bank may announce itís own recruitment process for the number of people required from time to time. Thus more such advertisements are seen these days. Another change is seen in lateral hiring by these banks. Earlier officers were recruited only in Junior Management Grade. Now public sector banks are offering direct employment in middle and senior management cadres as well. Thus for both freshers and experienced people career opportunities are available in public sector banks. To meet their manpower requirements these banks are presently recruiting in large numbers both in clerical and officer cadre.

    Clerical Positions

    A clerk is mostly a front staff in a bank. Depending on the requirement clerks are placed at different counters of the banks e.g. savings, deposit, current deposit, term deposit, retail loans, cash credit, agricultural loans, credit cards, government business, cash receipt or payment etc. Maximum customer interface in banks occurs at these counters managed by clerical staff.

    Eligibility for Clerks

    The minimum age for applying for the position of a clerk in nationalised or private sector banks is 18 years. The maximum age limit is 28 years. There is no uniformity with regard to educational qualification for eligibility. This becomes clear from the recently advertised positions of clerks in different banks. In one bank graduates with minimum 40% marks are considered eligible while another banks is accepting candidates with 60% marks in aggregate in 12th standard. Those having an university degree (in any class) could also apply. This bank has put another condition of having secured minimum 60% marks in mathematics at SSC/10th standard. As most of the recruitments in clerical cadre in public sector banks are made state-wise, the candidate applying for the post in a particular State is expected to be proficient in the language of the State. Proficiency means knowing to read, write, speak and understand the language.

    Examination pattern for clerks

    Eligible candidates are asked to appear in a written examination. This written examination is objective in nature consisting of four papers viz

    1. Test of reasoning ability and numerical aptitude
    2. Test of clerical aptitude
    3. Test of English language
    4. Test of General awareness

    The structure of written examination may differ from bank to bank. To qualify in the written test the candidate should pass in each of the objective test separately with required minimum qualifying marks. It is also necessary that the candidate obtains a certain percentage of marks to be eligible for moving to next stage of selection.


    The final merit list is drawn by adding up marks obtained by the candidate in the written test and interview

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Yes, You are eligible for Govt job, If vacancies are there then you just have to fill that application form and prepare yourself to give competition exam and get chance.

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    yes you are eligible for upsc examination at degree level where asking for degree only .

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Hi friend
    All the degree pass student are eligible for UPSC
    and degree which is full time or part time it is equivalent
    so distance education degree student can give UPSC
    because open university college's distance degree is equivalent to other university degree




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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    yes, UPSC does many entrance exams and according to the need of exam the eligibility criteria is fixed. as you are doing B.Tech you can apply for INDIAN ENGINEERING SERVICES, IAS, IFS etc, because for these exams graduation is must. So you can apply for any of these exams according to your choice.
    ALL THE VEST FOR YOUR FUTURE

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    i m doing b.tech from karnataka state open university. am i eligible for appearing in upsc or any government exam? can i apply for GATE?[/QUOTE]

    Yes,
    definetly you are eligible for upsc exams after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University.
    This university is a government approved university.
    Eligibility criteria for upsc exams:
    1. Education: A graduation or bachelor degree in any subject. Regular, private or distance course.
    The university from where you are doing graduation should be a government approved one.
    2. Age limit: 21 to 30 years.
    Relaxation 3 years to obc and
    5 years to sc and st in upper age limit.
    3. Attempt limit: 4 times.
    7 times for obc and
    unlimited for sc and st candidates.
    Official website:www.upsc.gov.in

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    CAN I APPEAR FOR SSC EXAMINATION AFTER DOING DIPLOMA FROM KSOU

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    hey guys i have part time b.tec degree may i able for upsc examination???? pls pls pls give a fast reply i want apply for upsc 2012 so as much as possible

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Am I eligible to appear for GPSC government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University? PLZZZZZZZ..REPLY ME

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Yes,you are eligible for this UPSC.You can apply for this exam.
    Eligibility for UPSC:-
    1.Candidates must be graduate from a recognized university.
    2.Percentage no matters
    3.Age minimum 21 years & maximum 30 years.

    UPSC has announce the Preliminary test dates.
    PT is on 20.05.2012.
    Application forms are available online.First you have to fill part 1 then you get fee receipt to pay rs 50 in any SBI branch after paying the fees you will be eligible for part-2 form.
    Opening date to apply online form-04.02.2012
    Closing date-05.03.2012

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Can I Eligible after BTech, to appear for Central Govt/State Govt Bank exam It is a valid for degree or a engineering degree

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Dear aspirant

    Yes definately you are eligible for UPSC examination. It does not metter that you have completed graduation from regular or distance mode.

    But the important thing is that you should have good knowledge on your subject. you should also have good knowledge in the subject choosen

    by you for main examination. Apart from the subject knowledge you should have good command in Maths,reasoning,General studies,current

    affairs, English etc. for Preliminary examination.

    MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIAS-

    >> Graduation in any decipline from recognised university/colleges.

    >> Final year candidates can also apply.

    >> age of the candidates should be between 21-30 years.

    >> age relaxation is available for reserved category candidates as per rule.

    EXAM STRUCTURE-

    Preliminary exam

    main exam

    interview

    OFFICIAL WEBSITE- www.upsc.gov.in


    Apart from the upsc examination you are also eligible for all the examinations like SSC,IBPS,RAILWAY,RBI,LIC,ASRB,FCI,etc.

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    Yes you can eligible for appearing UPSC or any government exam if and if your university is recognized by ugc or aicte . You should also have valid percentage in your btech for applying exams and you also appear the gate exam.

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Banks are considered the backbone of a countryís economy. Its more true for a developing country like India. Indian Banking system is very strong. In the global financial turmoil that happened sometime ago, our country was least affected because of soundness of Indian Banking and Financial system. In fact many countries of the world are trying to learn lessons from our disciplined system of Banking.

    Banks in India are not only strong but are also growing fast. According to studies. Banking sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country. This growth has brought many opportunities.

    Indian Banking Scenario

    Regulation of Banking system in India started with Banking Regulation Act, 1949. Banks in India used to be in private hands. In 1969, 14 big private banks were nationalised bringing them under the ownership of government. After 11 years, in 1980, six more banks were nationalised. Of these 20 banks, one New Bank of India got merged in Punjab National Bank. Now in all there are 27 public sector banks in the country consisting of 19 nationalised banks and 8 banks from State Bank group (State Bank of India and its associates).

    In the last two decades Public Sector Banks in India have witnessed a transition from traditional banking to modern technology driven banking. Exposure to competition has made these banks re-engineer and re-structure their processes, systems and product line. After economic liberalization these banks have been given enough freedom to do so. However, for various matters these are required to follow guidelines issued by Ministry of Finance, Reserve Bank of India and Indian Banks Association.

    Post nationalisation, the Banks were asked to open more branches in rural areas. Large number of people were recruited to man these newly opened branches. Expanded network gave a new identity to these banks and millions of new customers came to the fold of Banking. The business of Banking moved from class banking to mass banking.

    Manpower requirements

    Public sector banks in India employ more than 7 lakh people at present. Of these a large number of people will be retiring in next 5-6 years. To fill this gap and to take up the growing business the Banks are on a recruiting spree as can be seen in media and from vacancy announcements. Only this year about 40,000 vacancies have been created in public sector banks due to retirements, resignations and expansion of business.

    Earlier recruitments in public sector banks were made through Banking Service Recruitment Boards. Each board was taking care of manpower requirements of 3-5 banks in a certain geographical area. Now the boards have been abolished and each public sector bank may announce itís own recruitment process for the number of people required from time to time. Thus more such advertisements are seen these days. Another change is seen in lateral hiring by these banks. Earlier officers were recruited only in Junior Management Grade. Now public sector banks are offering direct employment in middle and senior management cadres as well. Thus for both freshers and experienced people career opportunities are available in public sector banks. To meet their manpower requirements these banks are presently recruiting in large numbers both in clerical and officer cadre.

    Clerical Positions

    A clerk is mostly a front staff in a bank. Depending on the requirement clerks are placed at different counters of the banks e.g. savings, deposit, current deposit, term deposit, retail loans, cash credit, agricultural loans, credit cards, government business, cash receipt or payment etc. Maximum customer interface in banks occurs at these counters managed by clerical staff.

    Eligibility for Clerks

    The minimum age for applying for the position of a clerk in nationalised or private sector banks is 18 years. The maximum age limit is 28 years. There is no uniformity with regard to educational qualification for eligibility. This becomes clear from the recently advertised positions of clerks in different banks. In one bank graduates with minimum 40% marks are considered eligible while another banks is accepting candidates with 60% marks in aggregate in 12th standard. Those having an university degree (in any class) could also apply. This bank has put another condition of having secured minimum 60% marks in mathematics at SSC/10th standard. As most of the recruitments in clerical cadre in public sector banks are made state-wise, the candidate applying for the post in a particular State is expected to be proficient in the language of the State. Proficiency means knowing to read, write, speak and understand the language.

    Examination pattern for clerks

    Eligible candidates are asked to appear in a written examination. This written examination is objective in nature consisting of four papers viz

    1. Test of reasoning ability and numerical aptitude
    2. Test of clerical aptitude
    3. Test of English language
    4. Test of General awareness

    The structure of written examination may differ from bank to bank. To qualify in the written test the candidate should pass in each of the objective test separately with required minimum qualifying marks. It is also necessary that the candidate obtains a certain percentage of marks to be eligible for moving to next stage of selection.


    The final merit list is drawn by adding up marks obtained by the candidate in the written test and interview

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    I finished part time BE. Is it eligible to write UPSC exam?

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    Re: Am I eligible to appear for UPSC or any government exam after doing B.Tech from Karnataka State Open University?

    Yes of course you are eligible to apply for upsc exam and other govt exams . Since ksou is recognised by ugc and dec . All the best

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