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CWE CLERKS-- a few points

SOURCE:
http://www.ibps.in/html/common.htm
LAST DATE FOR REGISTRATION EXTENDED.  However do not wait till the last minute.

Notice for Registration
Extension of dates (Registration of Clerical Cadre) 
1) Registration Online 28/09/2011 23:59 hours
 
2) Online Payment and registration 28/09/2011 23:59 hours
 
3) Offline (NEFT/CBS) Payment through Bank Branches 27/09/2011

INSTITUTE OF BANKING PERSONNEL SELECTION invites Online Applications from INDIAN citizens for RECRUITMENT IN CLERICAL CADRE IN 19 PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS.
To View ADVERTISEMENT    Click here  
To Download CBS Challan    Click here
To Download NEFT Challan    Click here 
Helpdesk No. : 1860 345 0112 (Option 5 : For IBPS - Common Written Exam)
NEFT Payment should be made at the Bank Branch only by downlaoding NEFT Challan.
Note: Candidates are requested to take the Printout after successful Registration and verify the important details like
Centre of Examination, Date of Birth, Category, Name etc. Corrections if any can be done after 2 days by clicking on  EDIT/ UPDATE APPLICATION DETAILS
Also take the eReceipt printout if you have opted for ONLINE payment.





A candidate has asked guidance for preparation for English test . In CWE Clerks following subjects are there:


English
Reasoning
Numerical Ability
Banking related general awareness
Computer Knowledge


--50 questions in each area – and 50 marks for each section. Total Marks 250. Time 150 minutes


This means we have to give importance for English also. There is no descriptive paper test in CWE Clerks.


In the recent CWE PO  English  two comprehension passages were given. A few candidates found it difficult to read within the time allotted by them.   We can expect two passages in CWE CLERKS also.So practice


Improve your vocabulary. – Learn every day 20 new words – synonyms and antonyms. Revise the words learnt once in 15 days. Also revise grammar. Practice by attempting as many papers as possible.


First determine that you will be scoring good marks in English and develop confidence. Read English newspaper every day and whenever you come across a new word refer English dictionary.



Grammar - Wren & Martin - basic grammar revise

Objective English book by Harimohan Prasad published by Tata Mcgraw Hills Publication. This is a standard book.

Practice reading passages quickly every day so that you can attempt in the exam easily.
IMPORTANT POINTS FROM THE ADVT.
Any individual who aspires to join any of the above Public Sector Banks as a Clerk or in
a post in that cadre, will necessarily be required to take the CWE. Prospective candidates
who wish to appear for the CWE will have to apply to IBPS and should carefully read
the advertisement regarding eligibility criteria, online registration process, pattern of
examination, issuance of call letters and score cards.
Candidates who appear for the CWE will be able to check their status after the
examination. Scorecards will be issued to candidates who secure minimum qualifying
marks and above in each test of the examination. 2
It should, however, be noted that successful candidates in the CWE who have been
issued scorecards and who meet the stipulated eligibility criteria are then required to
apply to any of the participating banks they wish to as and when individual banks call
for applications, quoting their personal details and their CWE scores. Each bank will
then individually shortlist candidates and carry out their own selection processes such as
Interviews etc. for final selection.
Each participating Public Sector Bank will independently issue a separate recruitment
notification, specifying their vacancies and stipulating the eligibility criteria in terms of
age, educational qualification, proficiency in Official Language of the State/UT for
which vacancies he wishes to apply, experience (if any), minimum required level of
IBPS score in each test and on Total Score (if any) etc.
Since clerical cadre recruitment would be on State-wise basis, candidates can apply
for vacancies in one State/ UT only. 
It will therefore be necessary that candidates appear for examination in one 
of the centres of a particular State/UT where they would like to
apply for emaployment i.e. they have to appear for the examination from a centre for
that particular State/UT as mentioned in Annexure I. 
The candidate may also be required to possess proficiency in the
 Official Language of the State/UT for which vacancies he
wishes to apply to be eligible as per the notifications of the Participating Banks.
B. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (as on 01.08.2011)
Prospective Candidates should ensure that they fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria
specified by IBPS before applying for the Common Written Examination (CWE):
Please note that the eligibility criteria specified herein are the basic criteria for
applying to various Public Sector Banks. However merely applying for CWE/
appearing for and qualifying in the examination does not imply that a candidate
will necessarily be eligible for employment in all or any of the 19 Public Sector
Banks as each Bank will stipulate its own eligibility/ qualifying criteria.
II Age (As on 01.08.2011):
Minimum: 18 Years Maximum: 28 Years
The maximum age limit specified is applicable to General Category candidates. 3
Relaxation of Upper age limit


PLEASE REFER THE ADVT.


C. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (as on 01.08.2011)
A pass with 60% marks in the aggregate in Matriculation/SSC (old pattern)/SSLC/10
th
std. Examination of 10+2+3 pattern or equivalent. For SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EXSM
candidates a pass in the aggregate in Matriculation/SSC (old pattern)/SSLC/10
th
std.
Examination of 10+2+3 pattern or equivalent
OR
A pass with 50% marks in HSC examination of 10+2 (10+2+3 pattern) /11
th
Std. of
(11+1+3) pattern or Intermediate/Pre-University or any equivalent examination/Diploma
in Banking recognized by Central/State Government or U.T. administration. For
SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EXSM candidates a pass in HSC examination of 10+2 (10+2+3
pattern) /11
th
Std. of (11+1+3) pattern or Intermediate/Pre-University or any equivalent
examination/Diploma in Banking recognized by Central/State Government or U.T.
administration
OR
Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification
recognized as such by the Central Government.
Ex-Servicemen who do not possess the above civil examination qualifications should
have passed while serving in the Armed Forces in any of the following examinations
recognised by the Central Govt. as equivalent of the Civil Examination of HSC:
(i) IAF Education test for promotion to the rank of corporal
(ii) Passing out (Indian Navy) examination conducted by Boy’s Training establishment,
Vishakhapatnam
(iii) Matriculate Ex-Serviceman candidates who have obtained the Army Special Certificate
of Education or corresponding certificate in the Navy or Air Force after having
completed no less than 15 years of service in the Armed Forces of the Union are
eligible to apply
Note: All educational qualifications should be from a recognised university/ Board
E. PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS
There will be penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. For each
question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of
the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected
score. If the total of the penalty for a test is in fraction, the marks obtained will be
rounded off to the nearest integer, i.e. if fraction exceeds by 0.50 or more, it will be
rounded off to next higher integer. If for any question a candidate gives more than one
answer, it will be treated as wrong even if one of the given answers happens to be right
and there will be the same penalty of 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question
deducted as penalty. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is given by the candidate,
there will be no penalty for that question.
F. STANDARDIZED SCORES
The corrected scores obtained by each of the candidates will further be converted into
standardized scores following Linear Conversion Method.
G. CUTOFF SCORE
Each candidate will have to secure a minimum standardized score in each of the tests to
qualify in the written examination and to be considered for vacancies in the participating
banks. The cut-off points will be decided based on the average (Average – ¼ Standard
Deviation for General category candidates and Average – ¾ Standard Deviation for
Reserved Category candidates).
H. CWE SCORE CARD
IBPS will print the Score Cards for each of the qualifying candidates only and will send
the same by Registered/ Speed post to each candidate at the correspondence address
specified in his/ her online application.
I. VALIDITY OF CWE SCORE CARD
Score Cards issued by IBPS will be valid for one year from the date of issue of the Score
Card. Candidates can appear in subsequent examination(s) to enhance their scores if they
so desire.
HOW TO APPLY;
PL REFER THE ADVT.


Start date for Online Registration 25.08.2011
Payment of Application Fees/ Intimation Charges 24.08.2011 to 23.09.2011
(both dates inclusive)
Last date for Online Registration 24.09.2011
Last date for Editing Application Details 26.09.2011
Download of Call letter for Written Examination After 11.11.2011
Written Examination 27.11.2011


best wishes



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