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Saturday, 17 August 2013

IBPS Clerk Exam 2013 Recruitment Notification Out



IBPS, a name that came in news in July 2011, when the organisation had issued the Notification for the First Ever Common Written Exam for the Selection of Probationary Officers in the 19 Public Sector banks of India. First IBPS Exam was a big success, 14 lakh students registered for the exam, 10 lakh students appeared in the  exam and 1.10 lakh students have qualified the exam.

These students are now applying for PO Jobs in 19 Public sector banks of India.The Recruitment process is going on and will continue till the scorecard is valid.Then IBPS had issued the Notification for Common Written Exam for Clerks in the last week of August 2011.This exam even saw a huge response from the candidates and 44 lakh students registered for this exam, out of which 30 lakh students had appeared in the exam.The results were declared on the last day of February, in which 5.31 lakh students have been declared as successful

Clerk Jobs in Public Sector banks


There is a huge demand of Clerical staff in the Public Sector banks.The main reason for such a massive recruitment is the retirement of large number Employees in 2013-14 and opening of new bank branches.So any one who aspires bank clerical Job this year or in the coming 2-3 years had a good Chance to fulfill his / her cherished  dream.Owing to such a massive requirement of staff in Public Sector banks, the Government of India had given the responsibility to IBPS to conduct the Common Written Exam for students on the behalf of Banks

In one line, we can say that IBPS Exam is the Only door that will open the opportunity to become a banker.The banker may be Clerk, Probationary Officer or Specialist Officer, is Whole Solly depends upon the Choice and qualification of the candidates

IBPS Clerk Exam 2013


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