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Probationary Officer Jobs In Public Sector Banks


Bank jobs offer a lucrative career as they offer faster promotions & handsome salary package. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts a recruitment examination for all the public sector banks. IBPS PO & Clerk, IBPS RRB PO & Clerk are the most popular among them. To crack all these exams you need the best study material. To download the latest current affairs in PDF format for bank exams, click

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IBPS exams- PO & Clerk, RRB PO & Clerk

IBPS PO Online Exam

Recruitment of Probationary Officers (PO) for all the Public Sector Banks every year. IBPS PO exam is conducted in two phases 1) Preliminary Exam 2) Mains Exam.

Preliminary Examination

The first phase is the Preliminary exam which is of qualifying nature. The preliminary exam has 3 sections- English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability. marks distribution among them is as follows- English (30 marks), Quantitative Aptitude (35 marks) & Reasoning Ability (30 marks). You must qualify each section of the exam.

Mains Exam

The second phase is the Mains Exam. The Mains exam decides your final merit because your Mains score is considered in final merit. It has 5 sections

I-Reasoning & Computer Aptitude (60 Marks)

II-General/Economy/Banking Awareness  (40 Marks)

III-English language (40 Marks)

IV-Data Analysis & Interpretation (60 Marks)

V- Letter Writing & Essay (25 Marks)

In contrast to the first 4, the Fifth section is descriptive. It will be checked only if you qualify the other 4 sections.


After the Prelims & the Mains exams, the final stage is the Interview. The interview is a crucial stage which you have to clear. The ratio of the Mains exam marks & the Interview marks for the final selection will be 80:20. To crack the bank Interview you need to be spontaneous & aware of the latest news. To help you out, we have designed some sets of essential questions. Click here to read the most critical questions for bank interviews.







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