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Federal Bank Officer and Clerk Recruitment 2017: Exam Pattern and Selection Process

Federal Bank has invites application to recruit officer and clerks in the organization. It is good opportunity for all banking aspirants.

Jun 14, 2017 18:15 IST
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Federal Bank Exam Pattern

Federal Bank, one of India’s leading private sector banks is looking for young enthusiastic graduates who want to make their career in banking industry. The Bank is headquartered at Aluva, Kerala. The bank has recently announced notification for the recruitment for the post of Probationary officers and Clerks.

Educational Qualifications

1. Clerk

  • Candidates who completes / had completed Graduation with minimum 55% marks for Science discipline and minimum 50% marks for other streams during academic year 2016-17 in regular mode (completed and / or passed out in May / June 2017) from any recognized university.
  • Should have obtained minimum 60% marks for SSC or equivalent exam & 60% marks for Plus 2 or equivalent exam.

2. Officer

  • Candidates who completes / had completed Post Graduation in any discipline with minimum 60% marks, during academic year 2016-17 in regular mode (completed and / or passed out in May / June 2017) from any recognized university.
  • Should have obtained minimum 60% marks for SSC or equivalent exam, 60% marks for Plus 2 or equivalent exam and 60% marks for graduation.

Age

  1. Clerk – Candidates shall not exceed 24 years as on 01.06.2017 (candidates should be born on or after 01.06.1993) for being eligible for the post of Clerk.
  2. Officer – Candidates shall not exceed 26 years as on 01.06.2017 (candidates should be born on or after 01.06.1991) for being eligible for the post of Officer.

 

Test Pattern of Federal Bank Clerk Exam 2017

Federal Bank Clerk Examination will be conducted in online mode, consists of 6 sections as given below:

Name of the Test

Number of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time

Verbal Ability / English Language

20

20

Composite Time of 60 minutes for all the tests together

Logical Aptitude / Reasoning

20

20

Quantitative / Numerical Ability

20

20

General, Socio-economic & Banking Awareness

10

10

Computer Awareness

10

10

Digital Banking

10

10

Total

90

90

 

Exam Pattern of Federal Bank officer Exam 2017

Name of the Test

Number of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time

Verbal Ability - English Language

30

30

Composite time of 90 minutes for all the tests together

Logical Aptitude – Reasoning

30

30

Quantitative - Numerical Ability

30

30

General, Socio-economic & Banking awareness

25

25

Marketing / Sales Aptitude

20

20

Digital Banking

15

15

Total

150

150

 Note: There will be no sectional timings for different sections.

Mode of Selection:

Selection will be based on Online Aptitude Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview

The online aptitude test will be followed by a psychometric questionnaire for a maximum duration of 15 minutes.

Only the short-listed candidates will be called for the second phase of selection process consisting of Group Discussion (GD) & Personal Interview (PI). The short-listing of the candidates will be made on the basis of the candidate’s performance in the Online Aptitude Test.

Salary and Other Emoluments

Clerk:

The present compensation for the post of clerk on a cost to company basis [inclusive of all allowances & perquisites permissible] posted at Cochin is Rs. 3.61 Lakhs (approximately) per annum and the approximate monthly take home pay is Rs. 21,000/- (approx).

DA, HRA, CCA will be paid as per rules of the Bank in force from time to time depending upon the place of posting. Medical Aid, Hospitalization Scheme, Leave Fare Concession, retirement benefits and other perquisites will be admissible as per Bank’s rules.

Officer:

The present compensation for the post of Officer on a cost to company basis [inclusive of all allowances & perquisites permissible] posted at Cochin is Rs. 8.04 Lakhs (approximately) per annum and the approximate monthly take home pay is Rs. 43,000/- (approx).

DA, HRA, CCA will be paid as per rules of the Bank in force from time to time dependingupon the place of posting. Medical Aid, Hospitalization Scheme, Leave Fare Concession, retirement benefits and other perquisites will be admissible as per Bank’s rules.

All the best!

 

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