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Educational qualification criteria for Clerks and POs


clerks  -- graduation

officers -=- graduation with 60% marks.

No. 10/30/3/2012-IR
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Financial Services
Jeevandeep Building
10, Parliament Street
New Delhi
Dated 04.10.2012
The Director
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection
IBPS House
Behind Thakur Polytechnic,
Kandivali (E)
Subject: Regarding methodology of Recruitment of Officers and Clerks to
be conducted by the IBPS.
I am directed to refer to your letter dated 29.08.2012 and to your e-mail
dated 18.09.2012 on the subject cited  above and to say that the proposed
scheme of IBPS regarding revised process for recruitment of clerical and officer
cadre for PSBs has been examined in this Department. It has been decided to
broadly agree with the proposed scheme of IBPS and further, convey as under :
i. IBPS and PSBs would ensure common eligibility criteria for all
PSBs for subsequent examinations of Clerks and Officers as
Age: 20-28 years (for both officer and clerical cadre)
Educational Graduation or equivalent for clerical cadre &
Qualification: Graduation or equivalent with 60% marks for
Others: Computer literacy mandatory for both Clerks and
ii. there would be a common interview for all PSBs. IBPS will co-ordinate
the conduct of common interview with the help of Nodal Banks and
thereafter IBPS will declare the results;
iii relative weightage for written examination and interview will be 80:20.
This shall be used to decide the final merit list;iv. IBPS will ask the candidates to provide the order of their preference of
Banks. Based on the merit list and the order of preference provided by
the candidate, candidates will be allotted to the Banks;
v. one time application fee of Rs. 400, for conduct of examination, interview
etc. will be collected by IBPS;
vi. all common written examinations may be conducted on-line;
vii. one examination for each cadre may be held annually.
2. IBPS is requested to follow modalities for operationalising the scheme as
decided in its meeting with HR Heads of Public Sector Banks on 14.09.2012.
3. IBPS may also ensure that this new format of Common Written
Examination (CWE) is well publicized.
4. Further, before going ahead in the  matter IBPS would ensure all
necessary preparatory steps for introducing this new format of
examination/recruitment process.
Yours faithfully,
(Manish Kumar)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Copy for necessary action to -
(i) Chairman, IBA
(ii) CEO of all PSBs.

1 comment:

  1. Why there is criteria of 60% in graduation even the toughest exams viz. IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS don't have like this.


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