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    Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    i have got 47% in HSC
    61% in Graduation
    now doing MBA
    can i appear for P/O exam?



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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Eligibility for IBPS CWE PO exam 2013 :

    Candidates those who wish to apply for Bank PO exam should have completed their graduation degree or it's equivalent qualification from a recognized university with at least 60% marks and those candidates who are awaiting for the announcement of the final year/semester result may also apply for Bank PO exam

    Candidates age should be between 20-30 years and if candidates belong to reserved category then they will get relaxation in upper age as per government rules which is 5 years for SC/STs and 3 years for OBC category candidates.

    You have enough qualification and you are 100% eligible for Bank PO exam

    IBPS will announce the notification for upcoming CWE PO exam around March 2013 at the official website of IBPSs www.ibps.in and provide all information about the exam so you should keep visiting at this website and know more about the upcoming exams.

    You can purchase following books to prepare for this exam :

    RS Agrawal
    TS Jain
    SL Gulati
    OP Tondon
    OP Agrawal
    Ashok Mehta
    K. Kundan
    R Gupta's
    Kiran Publication
    Arihant Publication
    Upkar Publication
    Disha Publication
    Lucent's Publication
    Unique Publication

    All the best

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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    mba candidate with hr specialization can apply for bank exams

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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Yes , you can appear for BANK PO EXAM .
    Given below the details for BANK PO EXAM : -

    Eligibility criteria :

    1}Graduation with having minimum 60% of marks (general candidates & 55% of marks for SC/ST) .

    2}Age should be within 21 to 30 years .

    3}Must be Indian citizen.

    EXAM PATTERN :

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    FOR MORE DETAILS REGARDING COMMENCEMENT OF EXAMINATION , YOU CAN VIVSIT THE OFFICIAL PAGE ;

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    GOOD LUCK ...!!






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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Hi,
    YES, you are appear for Bank PO exam:

    Eligibility:
    1. Graduation with having minimum 60% of marks
    2. Reserved Category: Minimum 55% for SC/ST
    3. Age should be within 21 to 30 years.
    4. Must be Indian citizen.

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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    i have got 47% in HSC
    61% in Graduation
    now doing MBA
    can i appear for P/O exam?
    YES, you can appear in the BANK PO as well as BANK clerks Exams.

    Today 20 banks have authorized IBPS (www.ibps.in) to conduct the PO and Clerks written exams and interview on thier behalf.
    IBPS conducts the PO and Clerks written exams just once each year

    Below is the Eligibilty for the PO and Clerk Exams:

    PO- Graduation Pass with Minimum 60% marks
    Age should be between 21 and 30 years

    CLERKS- Graduation Pass
    Age should be between 20 and 28 years

    In both these exams age relaxations of 3 years is given to OBC and 5 years to SC/ST candidates

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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    mba candidate with hr specialization can apply for bank exams

    If you have completed your MBA in HR than currently you can apply for the IBPS conducted BANK Specialist officers exams.
    You can apply for the post of HR officer Scale 1.

    Below is the minimum eligibilty criteria:
    Graduate and Post Graduate degree or diploma recognized by AICTE in Personnel Management / Industrial Relations/ HRD/Social Work / Labour Law OR Degree/Diploma in Business Administration/ Management with specialization in HRD.

    Age should be between 20 years and 35 years

    Last date to apply is 28th January 2013

    So, if you meet the eligibilty, than you can apply through www.ibps.in

    You can also apply for the BANK PO and Clerks exams.
    For the PO exam you need to be a graduate with minimum 60% marks and age between 21 and 30 years

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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Hello Friend ,

    ​yes , you are eligible to sit for a bank exam as you fulfill the criteria that is needed and they are as follows :-

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :-
    • GRADUATION PASSED WITH 60 % FROM RECOGNIZED COLLEGE .
    • AGE LIMIT :- 21-30 YEARS , AND FOR SC/ST THE RELAXATION HAS BEEN GIVEN UPTO 3 YEARS
    • MUST BE A CITIZEN OF INDIA.
    USEFUL LINK :-
    http://www.ibps.in/

    GOOD LUCK ...

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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    Candidates those who wish to apply for Bank PO exam should have completed their graduation degree or it's equivalent qualification from a recognized university with at least 60% marks and those candidates who are awaiting for the announcement of the final year/semester result may also apply for Bank PO exam

    Candidates age should be between 20-30 years and if candidates belong to reserved category then they will get relaxation in upper age as per government rules which is 5 years for SC/STs and 3 years for OBC category candidates.
    You have enough qualification and you are 100% eligible for Bank PO exam
    Books to prepare for this exam :
    OP Agrawal
    Ashok Mehta
    K. Kundan
    R Gupta's
    Kiran Publication
    Arihant Publication
    Upkar Publication
    Disha Publication



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    Re: Eligibility to appear for banking exams after MBA?

    • IBPS i.e Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, this institute conducts the examination for the post of probationary officer for Major 20 banks.
    • You can apply for it, as this requires you need to have completed the graduation in any stream but from only recognised university.
    • The age of yours for this examination should be between 20 years to 30 years.
    • You will be given upper age relaxations for various categories which is three years for Obc category and five years for sc/st category.
    • You should be citizen of India for it.
    • Once you qualify in written examination then you can appear in the interview .

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