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Bank Clerical

Understanding the Banking Sector:-

The Indian banking sector has seen unprecedented growth along with remarkable improvement in its quality of assets and efficiency since economic liberalization began in the early 1990s.

Today, banking sector in India has become one of the most preferred destinations for employment and this trend is to follow as in the next five years, banks will have to recruit almost 7.5 lakh people.

The Indian banking system can be classified as Nationalized (government owned), Private Banks and Specialized banking institutions. Out of these, the public sector banks form the major recruiter group for candidates aspiring for bank jobs.

Different Banks recruit candidates for two major cadres that is Probationary Officer, Clerk; during different period in the year, so students are advised to keep track of the examination so that he/she doesn't miss any Bank PO/Clerical exam scattered throughout the year.

Candidates who clear these exams look forward to a career in banking sector with complete job security, challenging work environment and the opportunities to grow and prosper up to managerial positions.

Eligibility Criteria:

Eligibility conditions for taking Bank PO/ Clerical exam are as follows: 

Educational Qualification: 

1.Bachelor's degree of a recognized University in any discipline or its equivalent recognized as such by the Central Government with certain minimum percentage of marks as prescribed by different banks in their information brochure.

2. Working knowledge of computer is prefered.

Age: Aspiring candidates should not be below 21 years and above 28 years of age. However relaxation in upper age limit is as per rules for specified categories including SC/ST/OBC etc. 

Nationality: A candidate must be either a citizen of India or one holding eligibility certificates issued by the Government of India.

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