What is IBPS?
Institute for Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is an autonomous body which started its operations in the year 1975 as Personnel Services Board and now it has become almost the one stop solution for banks to conduct the recruitment process in various cadres of the bank. IBPS mainly conducts three common recruitments in the year namely clerks, Probationary Officers (PO) and Specialist Officers (SO) apart from carrying out recruitments for individual banks when required.
What is the Present Scenario of Bank Recruitment?
As of now, most of the public sector banks give indent to IBPS which, in its turn , conducts the competitive written examination and interview, declares the results as well allots banks to the candidates. Therefore, whenever a candidate applies for a post through IBPS, he or she gets a common score card on the basis of which interview is conducted and marks are added to arrive at the final result of the candidates.
Why IBPS Score is not required for some banks?
Some of the banks do not ask for IBPS Score cards for the recruitment process in the banks. There are various reasons for this such as:
Therefore, though for bank jobs, IBPS score is important in most of the cases, it is not compulsory as there are banks like SBI, RBI, and NABARD etc which do not consider IBPS Score as the benchmark to recruit candidates. So, IBPS Score is important but not a mandatory requirement for bank jobs.
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