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Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2017-18: Selection Process and Exam Pattern

Dec 16, 2016 19:38 IST

    Indian Bank invites application from graduates who fulfill the eligibility criteria specified and who are interested in Banking career, for admission to the one year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) course at Indian Bank Manipal School of Banking (IBMSB), which has been set up jointly by Indian Bank and Manipal Global Education Service Pvt Ltd.

    Selection Process:

    Candidates will be selected through a selection process consisting of online Exam (Preliminary & Main Examination) followed by Personal Interview. The endeavor is to select candidates who are bright, have good communication skills (both oral and written), are dedicated, can work effectively in teams, are passionate about their career goals and who display integrity and a positive attitude

    All the candidates who complete the ―Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance‖ and awarded the Diploma will be eligible for appointment in JMG I as Probationary officers in Indian Bank. They will be fixed in starting pay scale as applicable to JMG I Officer.

    Pattern of Examination:

    a) Preliminary Examination:  The structure of the Preliminary Examination (objective type) which will be conducted online is as follows:

    Sr. No.

    Section

    No. of Question

    Maximum Marks

    Duration

    1

    Reasoning

    35

    35

    Composite time of 1 hour

    2

    English Language

    30

    30

    3

    Quantitative Aptitude

    35

    35

     

     

    100

    100

    b) Main Examination : The structure of the Main Examination which will be conducted online is as follows:

    Sr. No.

    Section

    No of Questions

    Maximum Marks

    Duration

    1

    Reasoning

    50

    50

     

    2

    English Language

    40

    40

    Composite time of 2 hours

    3

    Quantitative Aptitude

    50

    50

    4

    General Awareness

    (with special reference to Banking Industry)

    40

    40

    5

    Computer Knowledge

    20

    20

     

     

    200

    200

     

    Descriptive type Test

    6

    English Language (Letter Writing & Essay)

    2

    50

    30 minutes

    Note: The above tests except the tests of English Language (Objective) and English Language (Descriptive), will be available bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi.

    Descriptive Test paper will be evaluated for those candidates who have qualified in the objective tests.

    c) Interview :

    Candidates who have been scored above the cut off score of the Main examination will be called for an Interview to be conducted by the Indian Bank.

    All candidates called for the Interview should produce originals of all prescribed documents mentioned in the call letter. Those candidates who fail to produce prescribed originals of documents will not be allowed to participate in the interview. The Bank takes no responsibility to receive/ connect any certificate/remittance/ document sent separately.

     The total marks allotted for Interview are 100. The minimum qualifying marks in interview is 40% (35% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates). The weightage (ratio) of the examination (Preliminary & Main) and interview will be 80:20 respectively. The combined final score of candidates shall be arrived at on the basis of scores obtained by the candidates in the Examination (Preliminary & Main) and Interview.

    Award of Post-Graduate Diploma

    On successful completion of the programme a Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Finance will be conferred on the participant. However, for award of the postgraduate diploma, a participant has to fulfill the following requirements:

    1. He/she should have taken and passed in each course of study as prescribed in the curriculum to earn at least the minimum number of credits specified for that particular course.
    2. The participant acquires not less than the minimum required credits at the end of the programme.
    3. The participant satisfactorily fulfils other academic requirements (as specified in the course of Study/ curriculum) like practical training, work visits, seminar, project etc. and completes the internship programme.

    DISCLAIMER: JPL and its affiliates shall have no liability for any views, thoughts and comments expressed on this article.

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