Who are Eligible to Apply for IBPS Bank Exams In 2017 [Official Details]


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IBPS bank exams are the biggest & the only common test held for recruitment of bank jobs in India.

 

While those who were unable to qualify previously are waiting to give their next best shot, fresh graduates are eager to sit for their 1st IBPS bank exams.

 

The recently released IBPS bank exam calendar 2017 has made aspirants sit up & take note of the upcoming bank exam dates.

 

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4 main banking job exams are scheduled for the year 2017-18 as per the official notification released by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.They are:

Now let us look at the eligibility conditions required to apply for each IBPS exam.

 

IBPS RRB Exam (Regional Rural Banks)

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Their main purpose is to provide banking services for those in rural areas.

 

A common written exam is conducted for recruitment of Office Assistants & Officers in branches of these RRB`s.

 

Here are the eligibility conditions for IBPS RRB VI 2017 exams.

 

Criteria
Office Assistant
Officer (scale I)
Age Min:18 yrs Max: 28 (for assistant) & 30 years (for Officers)
Education Pass in degree
Others Knowledge of local language of the state you are applying is necessary.

 

The IBPS RRB 2017 notification is expected to be released in July 2017.

 

IBPS Clerk Qualification in 2017

The IBPS Clerk (VII) 2017 Exam will be conducted to fill clerk jobs in 19 public sector banks across India.

 

The following are IBPS clerk exams eligibility conditions & all those candidates satisfying these can submit their applications:

 

Agelimit: 20 – 28 years (+5yrs for sc/st, +3yrs for obc, +10yrs for disabled)

 

Education: Should have completed graduation (any degree)

 

Language: Proficiency (able to read /write/ speak) in official language of the state that you are applying for, is required.

 

Computer Knowledge: Must have studied computer science/ IT as subject in high school or college.If not, then you NEED to posses atleast a certificate/ diploma in computer operations/ language from a training institute.

 

As you may know, there are no interviews for clerk jobs in banks.Hence all those who qualify in prelims & main exams are shortlisted for allotment.

 

The IBPS clerk 2017 (VI) notification is expected in the month October 2017

 

IBPS PO Qualification in 2017

To apply for probationary officer (PO) post in 2017-18, one needs to qualify in IBPS PO (VII) 2017 CWE which is to be happen this year.

 

The IBPS PO exams eligibility conditions are,

 

* Agelimit for PO: 20 – 30 years (relaxation in maximum age is same just like in clerk)

 

* Education: You must have passed in degree (any discipline)

 

The IBPS PO 2017 (IV) notification could be released in August 2017.

 

IBPS Specialist Officers Qualification in 2017

If you are a professional degree holder such as BE/ Btech/ MBA (Finance/Marketing/ HR) CA/ LLB then IBPS SO exam for specialist officer jobs in govt banks will be the right choice.

 

The Specialist Officer positions available in PSBs are IT Officer, Agricultural Field Officer, HR Officer, Marketing Officer, Law Officer & Rajbhasha Adhikari.

 

Since there are different specialist officer posts, The IBPS specialist officer exams eligibility conditions also differs, which are:

 

Age Limit (for all posts): 20 – 30 years (+5yrs for sc/st, +3yrs for obc, +10yrs for disabled)

 

IT Officer:  4 year BE/ Btech degree OR PG in Computer Science/ Computer Applications/ Information Technology/ Electronics/ Electronics & Telecommunications/ Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & Instrumentation.

 

Agricultural Field Officer: 4 year degree in Agriculture/ Horticulture/ Animal Husbandry/ Veterinary Science/ Dairy Science/ Fishery Science/ Pisciculture/ Agri. Marketing & Cooperation/ Co-operation & Banking/ Agro-Forestry/Forestry/ Agricultural Biotechnology/ Food Science/ Agriculture Business Management/ Food Technology/ Dairy Technology/ Agricultural Engineering.

 

Rajbhasha Adhikari: PG degree in Hindi Or Sanskrit.

 

Law Officer: Degree in Law (LLB) & must be enrolled as an advocate with bar council 

 

HR/ Personnel Officer: Any UG degree & Full time PG (degree/ diploma) in Personnel Management / Industrial Relations/ HR/ HRD/ Social Work / Labour Law.

 

Marketing Officer: Any graduate & Full time MMS (Marketing) / MBA (Marketing)/ PGDBA / PGDBM/ PGPM/ PGDM with specialization in Marketing.

 

The IBPS SO (VII) 2017 notification should be out in December 2017

 

All the above eligibility conditions are set by IBPS & hence can change as per the govt rules prevailing at the time of issuing recruitment notices.

 

If you had a doubt of who are eligible to apply for IBPS bank exams in 2017, the above should help you get the necessary clarifications.Also it might help you get ready for upcoming bank & govt exams 

 

Incase you have any doubts, feel free to ask them through the comments below.


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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not a good decision taken by govt...
Why to increase eligiblity criteria i just can't understand...

ashok kumar said...

why age limit decrease from 30yrs to 28yrs.not a good decision.

Anonymous said...

It's not a good decision although for age limits for age limit for PO it should be abolish.... don't know why government working on this amendment.... they should give relaxation for age limits general too otherwise where they will survive.... they should think on it too.... sad news for many candidates

Unknown said...

Pls don't increase minimum marks eligibility criteria. I have dream of working in banking sector. If minimum qualification increases to 60% my all effort ll go waste. I have already taken tuitions for cracking ibps po exam. Pls don't increase qualification %. I request u

Anonymous said...

Gud to accept the recommendation, otherwise committe set up and recommendation thrown in th bin

shirish patel said...

Age relaxation should be given to P.H. People only....because they really need it. Any other relaxation should be given on family annual income....there are many people in general category who are financially suffering so relaxation should be given on pour family income...it is worthless to give who really don't need....our government should think pratically not politically.....so sad to say this please notice this message...its not only a message but feelings of financially week person...thankyou

Anonymous said...

I think its wonderful decision...becoz bank will get only intelligent students
I m quite happy

sachin bonde said...

I think no one will be satisfied with the government decision........

sachin bonde said...

Its totaly wrong decision.....age crteria should be 30 yrs. For PO....

Anonymous said...

Absolutely good step to standardise banking sector

sathish said...

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Anonymous said...

If we hve grad below 50 % but pg above 60%, can we apply for po under general category.

Rakesh kumar ranjan said...

wow its good

Anonymous said...

it is a bad disison taken by govrnmnt specialy 4 gen or ur candidate; 4rm the begning of ibps po exam i always feel that they are not working to recruit candidate they are working to destroy the hope to work in bank....
very very bad desision.
ibps should be broken and pls start individual banking exam.

Upkar Singh said...

Fair chance should be given 2 more who prepared for it & may hav better skills or specialization but not 60% marks (minimum criteria). It should b reduced to 55% timely so that guy wont to face other problem of minimum age criteria. Also consider d comments of SHIRISH PATEL mentioned above

Lokesh said...

Criteria of 60 % in graduation should be abolished Because banks r not recruiting on graduation %age . Whatever may b the % of a candidate in graduation say 60 to 99 % . He/ she ll have to Score in IBPS CWE .

Anonymous said...

super decision.

Ajay said...

Not so good decision, for po, atleast 50% shud b dere, as minimum percentage required.

Anonymous said...

Welcome Decision by Ibps! Ibps should give only 3 attempts. This will reduce coaching classes.

Anonymous said...

not a good decision, why they have reduced the age criteria, it should be 30 for GM, i don't understand this country, it speaks about Right to Equality, my question is where is the equality just on the paper of constitution, or some where else,,,, the age and percentage condition should be same for everyone,