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Common Written Exam PO - some more information

Over 14 lakh candidates have applied for the first common examination, introduced from this year, for selection of officers in 19 nationalised banks other than the State Bank of India group.

"As many as 14.5 lakh applications have been received for the first Common Written Examination (CWE) which is quite substantial," Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) Director M Balachandran said.

The CWE will be held on September 18, he said. Explaining the process, he said successful candidates in the CWE who will be issued scorecards are required to apply, quoting their CWE scores, to any of the participating banks they wish as and when individual banks call for applications, quoting their person

The scorecard will be valid for one year.

Each bank will then individually shortlist candidates and carry out their own selection processes such as interviews for final selection, he said. Each participating public sector bank will independently issue a separate recruitment notification, specifying their vacancies and stipulating the eligibility criteria in terms of age and educational qualification, experience, minimum required level of IBPS score in each test etc, he said, It is to be noted that during 2010-11, IBPS conducted 17 written examinations for recruitment of Officers and Management Trainees in 19 PSBs in which about 20 lakh candidates appeared.
The institute, promoted by PSU banks and the Reserve Bank, has been rendering assistance to the financial sector in activities of employee selection, promotion and placement.

Similarly, the institute will be inviting application for selection of clerks of various banks during this week.


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