ibps po educational qualification

ibps po educational qualification

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Full form of IBPS is Institute of Banking for personal selection. Every year IBPS release vacancies for various examinations. Examinations are IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB PO, IBPS Office assistants, IBPS SO. Qualifications are different for different examinations. In this article we discuss about ibps po educational qualification.

Before moving towards the topic most common questions are asked by the people.

If I start preparation for bank PO exam so can I also crack clerk Exam?

Ans:- Bank PO examination is harder than bank clerk examination. If you are preparing for bank PO then no need to prepare for bank clerk examination differently. Yes question pattern are little bit different but maximum things are same. Harder questions in Bank PO and Easy questions in Bank clerk .

IMPORTANT THING :- Bank clerk cut off goes higher. You need to work on speed of solving questions. For Bank PO questions are difficult so you practice more difficult questions.

Related topics you may read:-

PNB SO vacancy

Bank job after BBA

Government job after 12th

Government job after 30 years

 

 

ibps po educational qualification:-

Candidate must complete Graduation degree or equivalent degree from any University recognized by government of India

Other important eligibility criteria:-
Age limit and age relaxation:-

For appearing IBPS Age must be between 20 to 30 years.

Age relaxation:-

             Category              Relaxation
           SC/ ST candidates                5 Years
           OBC candidates                3 Years
           PwD candidates                10 Years
            Ex-serviceman                5 Years
           1984 Riot victims                5 Years

 

Nationality Conditions:-

Candidate must be citizen of India

Or

Subjected to Nepal or Bhutan

Or

Tibetan refugee who arrived before January 1, 1962

Or

A person of Indian origin migrated from Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Myanmar, Vietnam or East African countries of the united republic of Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, Zaire or Ethiopia to permanently settle in India.

 

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