Bank PO & Clerical Examination Coaching

EXCELLENT COACHING FOR BANK P.O. & Clerical EXAMINATION

SCIENTIA’s BANK PO & Clerical Examination Coaching Program

COURSE STRUCTURE

BANK PO & Clerical Examination Course covers

Reasoning
English Language
Quantitative Aptitude
General Awareness
Numerical Aptitude
Computer Knowledge

The course begins with conceptual learning and understanding of the fundamentals of subject.

  • Single comprehensive thoroughly revised study material.
  • Work Books for Home Assignment.
  • Chapter Practice Problems (CPP).
  • Regular feedbacks & test analysis sessions.
  • Experienced and Dedicated Faculty.
  • Small Batch Size aims for Individual Attention of 16 Only.
  • Crash courses available for a particular exam separately.
  • Nominal Fees.
  • Innovative and learning technique.
  • Focus on Short cut tricks in each subject.
  • Free Study materials.
  • Personalized attention.

COURSE CONTENT

  • Total Duration of this Course: 3 Months.
  • Normally classes are held 4 days a week for 3 Hrs (Two lectures) each time.
  • 90 minutes lecture which is further divided into DPP discussion of 15 min, Sheet Discussion of next 30 minutes & theoretical and conceptual learning of last 45 minutes.
  • Total 96 lectures in entire course.
COURSE FEE
(Including Study Materials & Admission Fee)
Single Installment Rs.4000.00
Two Installment Rs.2500.00 Rs.2000.00

CAREER IN BANKING

Banking has always been an integral part in any nation’s economy. And as a profession it is secured, intellectually enriching and productive, so securing job in a public sector bank has become highly competitive.

For Young graduates, an attractive offer after college is banking profession. It remains in this most wanted job position for years and it is because it enjoys much respect and prestige in the society.

Many More Bank Jobs opportunities are expected to arrive in next three years According to the Government. Getting bank jobs in India now is not a tough task as there are so many of them being announced on a regular basis.

BANKING IN INDIA

Banks are considered the backbone of the country’s economy. Its more true for a developing country like India. Indian Banking system is very strong. In the global financial turmoil that happened sometime age, our country was least affected because of soundness of Indian Banking and Financial system. In fact many countries of the world are trying to learn lessons from our disciplined system of Banking.

Banks in India are not only strong but are also growing fast. According to studies, the banking sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country. This growth has brought many opportunities.

Banking has emerged as one of the most challenging sectors in the Country. Job openings are available at various levels from Bank Clerks to Bank Probationary Officers (PO). There is a great job security and the salary is very good. Professionals from streams like law, engineering, agriculture also have opening in the management cadre of various banks.

Major Recruiters in Banking Industry:

Public Sector Banks form the major recruiter group for candidates aspiring for bank jobs. They are:

1. State Bank of India Group (Total: 6 Banks) namely State Bank of India, State Banks of Bikaner & Jaipur, Hyderabad, Mysore, Patiala and Travancore.

2. Nationalised Banks (Total: 19 Banks) which include Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab & Sind Bank, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, United Bank of India, Union Bank of India and Vijaya Bank.

3. Other Public Sector Bank (Total: 1 Bank) i.e. IDBI Bank Limited.

4. Private Sector Banks: These banks conduct their own exams. The major recruiters in private sector include the ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, AXIS Bank, Federal Bank, Centurion Bank of Punjab, Indusind Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yes Bank, ING Vysya Bank, Bank of Rajasthan, Karur Vysya Bank, Karnataka Bank, Jammu & Kashmir Bank, South Indian Bank, Bharat Overseas Bank, etc.

5. Co-operative Banks: All major National and State Co-operative Banks and Scheduled Urban Co-operative Banks conduct their own exams to recruit Officers.

Career as a Bank Probationary Officer (PO):

A Probationary Officer (PO) in the bank is the starting level appointment for bank officers. The POs have a one or two years probation period during which they are given exposure to various important functions of the bank such as Loans & Advances, Foreign exchange, Credit Rating, Treasury, Risk Management, IT, Marketing etc. Bank probationary officers can come from any discipline or field of study, although there is a misconception that only people from commerce or finance background are eligible.

Career as a Bank Clerk:

Bank Clerk, is a financial service professional who serves as the primary point of contact for most bank customers, administering basic banking transactions, documentation and administrative functions. A clerk is mostly a front staff in a bank. Depending on the requirement clerks are placed at different counters of the banks e.g. savings, deposit, retail loans, cash credit, agricultural loans, credit cards, government business, cash receipt or payment etc.

Types of Bank Exams

Generally, the bank examinations are of the following types

1. Exam conducted by SBI and SBI Associate Banks for recruitment to the posts of clerks and officers

2. Common Written Examination (CWE) conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection as a prerequisite for selection of personnel for Probationary Officer / Management Trainee / Clerical Cadre posts in 19 Public Sector Banks. CWE is conducted twice every year for Bank PO and Bank Clerk each and the score of the same is vaid for one year.

3. Exams conducted by private sector banks for recruitment to the posts of clerks and officers

4. Exams conducted by Co-operative banks for recruitment to the posts of clerks and officers

Eligibility for Bank Recruitment Exams

Bank PO Exams:

1. IBPS CWE: Age: 20 to 30 years; Education Qualification: A degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.

2. SBI and SBI Associate Banks: Age: 21 to 30 years; Education Qualification: Graduation in any discipline from a recognized college/ University

Bank Clerical Exams:

1. IBPS CWE: Age: 18 to 28 years; Education Qualification: A pass with 60% marks in the aggregate in SSC/ Matriculation OR A pass with 50% marks in HSC examination of 10+2 (10+2+3 pattern) OR A degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.

2. SBI and SBI Associate Banks: Age: 18 to 28 years; Education Qualification: Minimum 12th Standard (10 + 2) or equivalent qualification thereof with a minimum of 60% marks OR Diploma Course passed after 10th Standard with a minimum of 60% marks OR A degree (Graduation level) from recognized university with a minimum of 40% marks.

Patterns of the Banking Recruitment Exams

Both P.O. and clerical recruitments comprise at least two stages of exams, viz. a written test, and an interview. The written test normally comprises an objective type test and a descriptive test (only for PO). Negative Marking: There will be penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Test. The interview is normally a personal interview or sometimes, a combination of group discussion and personal interview.

Bank PO Exams

Pattern of the IBPS Bank PO CWE

Objective Paper:      250 Questions to be answered in 150 Minutes; Maximum Marks: 225
Descriptive Paper:
(Essay, Precis, Letter Writing etc): Duration – 60 Minutes; Maximum Marks: 25

Objective paper SNO Name Of the Test No. Of Questions Maximum Marks
1 Reasoning 50 50
2 English Language 50 25
3 Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
4 General Awareness 50 50
5 Computer Knowledge 50 50
Total 250 225

Pattern of SBI/SBI Associate Banks PO Exam

Objective Paper: 200 Questions to be answered in 120 Minutes; Maximum Marks: 200

Descriptive Paper: (Essay, Precis, Letter Writing etc): Duration – 60 Minutes; Maximum                                             Marks: 50

Objective paper SNO Name Of the Test No. Of Questions Maximum Marks
1 Reasoning Ability 50 50
2 Data Analysis and Interpretation 50 50
3 General English 50 50
4 General Awareness/Marketing/Computers 50 50
Total 200 200

Final Selection will be made based on the performance in the written test, Group Discussion and Interview taken together.

Bank Clerical Exams

The test areas in the objective type test of the clerical exam include tests from amongst Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English language, Marketing Aptitude and Computer Knowledge. There is no descriptive test in clerical exam.

Pattern of the IBPS Bank Clerical CWE

Objective Paper: 250 Questions to be answered in 150 Minutes;

Objective paper SNO Name Of the Test No. Of Questions Maximum Marks
1 Reasoning 50 50
2 English Language 50 50
3 Numerical Aptitude 50 50
4 General Awareness 50 50
5 Computer Knowledge 50 50
Total 250 250

Pattern of SBI/SBI Associate Banks Clerical Exam
Objective Paper: 200 Questions to be answered in 135 Minutes; Maximum Marks: 200

Objective paper SNO Name Of the Test No. Of Questions Maximum Marks
1 Reasoning Ability 40 40
2 Quantitative Aptitude 40 40
3 General English 40 40
4 Marketing/Computers 40 40
5 General Awareness 40 40
Total 200 200

 Final Selection will be made based on the performance in the written test and Interview taken together.

Examination Result 2015
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