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    Options to get job in Bank sector after intermediate with BiPC

    I have completed my intermediate in the group Bi.p.c What are the options for me to do bank job?

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    aksingh1947 is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Options to get job in Bank sector after intermediate with BiPC

    Dear Aspirant,

    Now the selection in the Banking Sector is based on the common written examination conducts by the IBPS. IBPS schedules the common written examination for all the posts Clerk, Probationary Officers and Specialist Officer.

    Educational Qualification for Bank Clerk and Probationary Officer Posts:-
    For the Clerical post and PO in the Bank there are minimum qualification should be a graduate degree.
    It was intermediate earlier for the Clerical post but not the education is revised for the Clerical Posts.

    so friend sorry to say that you are not eligible for the Banking Job right now, You should do the Graduation in any stream.
    When your graduation will complete then you can apply for Bank Clerk as well as Bank Probationary Officer Examinations.

    with all good wishes

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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Options to get job in Bank sector after intermediate with BiPC

    Hello dude!

    With the revised rules of the nationalized banks and private banks,the candidates who have not completed graduation are not eligible for the banking posts.So you are not eligible for the banking posts.

    The eligibility details of the clerical and probationary officer are mentioned below:
    ELIGIBILITY DETAILS:
    The eligibility details for the Clerical & P.O exam is mentioned below:
    • Candidate must be citizen of India.
    • Must have completed graduation from any recognized university.
    • Minimum age allowed is 21 years and applicable for all categories.
    • The maximum age is 28 years for clerical posts and 30 years for the probationary officer posts.
    • The candidates belonging to SC/ST category will get 5 years upper age relaxable.
    • The candidates belonging to OBC category will get 3 years upper age relaxable.
    • The candidates belonging to Physically handicapped category will get 10 years upper age relaxable.
    • The candidates belonging to Ex-service men category will get 5 years upper age relaxable.
    These are the details of the exams.

    REGARDS.

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