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    Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

    10th 64% , 12th% 52% am i eligible for I.B.P.S examination

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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

    Eligibility for IBPS Clerk exam:-

    1.12th passed with at least 50% from a recognized board or graduate from a recognized university or passed 10th with 60% .
    2.For reserved category 12th or 10 passed from a recognized board or graduate from a recognized university.
    3.Age minimum 18 years & maximum 28 years
    4.Age relaxation-SC/ST up to 5 years & OBC up to 3 years.

    Above mentioned is the eligibility for IBPS clerk exam.IBPS is the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.
    It include 19 Public Sector Banks & for those banks it conduct common written test.Last year it had conducted clerk exam in the month of Nov-Dec 2011.
    Result declared on 29.02.2012,those who passed the exam got score card from IBPS.IBPS issue score card only to those candidates who have passed the exam.It also conduct exam for po& Specialist officer.& the work of those 19 banks are to call for interview on the basis for marks.
    I have provided you details because you are eligible for IBPS clerk exam.For this year IBPS will provide clerk exam details may be in June 2012.
    So,for more information visit www.ibps.in

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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

    hello friend

    as per my knowledge
    to get job in banks,which known as common written test,need some standard qualifications and age to attempt the exam.When you come across with Education qualifications,must pass/studying final year degree,which recognized by government of India.And also the student/candidate should me citizen of India. The age must be between 20-3o years for general candidates,for SC/ST Candidates,5 years relaxation was there.for BC category students relaxation set as 3 years.for the PH candidates 10 years and ex-service-men 5years.

    >>EDUCATION QUALIFICATION:
    ANY DEGREE recognized by govt; of India

    >>PERCENTAGE:
    just pass

    >>AGE (AS ON 1-7-2011):
    MINIMUM:20y
    MAXIMUM:30y

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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

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    10th 64% , 12th% 52% am i eligible for I.B.P.S examination
    Dear Friend,

    Yes! You are eligible to apply in IBPS for clerical Cadre. This examination is conducted by IBPS twice in a year.
    The notification announcement for next IBPS Clerical exam is to be expected in july month.

    With all good wishes.......

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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?




    Dear Aspirant,

    -->> 64% in 10 th class and 52% in 12th class.

    -->> So you are very much eligible for IBPS clerk exam.

    -->> The actual educational qualification(minimum) required to sit in IBPS clerk exam is:



    -->> Abot the age it is: 18-28 years.

    -->> Upper age relaxation: OBC is 3 years and SC and ST is 5 years.

    ~EXAMINATION STRUCTURE/PATTERN~




    ~OFFICIAL WEBSITE~

    www.ibps.in/

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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    10th 64% , 12th% 52% am i eligible for I.B.P.S examination


    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection

    Official Link: www.ibps.in


    Aspirant,

    You are Eligible For IBPS Clerical Examination.....

    Clerical Examination Eligibility Criteria


    You must have min 60% in 10 Examination or,

    You must have min 50% in 12 Examination or,

    You must have Graduation degree from Recognized University


    Age Limit:::

    18-28 year


    relaxation in upper Age limit:::

    5 year for SC/ST

    3 year for OBC


    Examination pattern::


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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

    IBPS exam : In the IBPS exam 19 public banks participated this exam has been conducted by these participated banks every years
    those banks participated which banks are follows:



    Eligibility for the IBPS exam:

    Educational Qualification:
    1.you should be passed the 10th with atleast 60% marks and the 12th class with atleast 55% marks.
    2.You should be graduate with atleast 65% marks from any recognized university.
    For the SC/St 55% marks in the graduation and in the OBC atleast 60% marks from any recognized university.

    Age limit: your age must be between the 21 to 30 years.
    5 years and 3 years age relaxation for the SC/ST and OBC caste respectively.

    Nationality:you must be Indian citizen.


    Selection process:
    1.Written test
    2.Interview and group discussion

    Written test paper pattern:


    THank you!

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    Re: Am i eligible for IBPS examination as 64% in 10th and 52% in 12th?

    yes you are eligible in ibps exam for clerk and po exam.po exam has the only pass marks.

    so all the best...

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