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Banking Railway and SSC Pattern Examinations

Prior to The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) coming into force and organising a common written Examination for various posts in the nationalised banks (except SBI),every public sector Banks used to conduct their own recruitment test for PO's,Clerks and other subordinate staffs. IBPS has provided a common platform not only for the students but it has also eased the recruiting process of various public sector Banks. With new norms provided for IBPS Exam 2013 there has been change in syllabus of Bank PO syllabus, Bank Clerk syllabus, specialist officer syllabus 2013.

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts a Common Written Examination (CWE) on behalf of 21 nationalized banks (see list below) as a pre-requisite for selection of Probationary Officers and clerks

For Detailed Syllabus Of SBI & IBPS Bank PO and Clerical staff Recruitment Please >click Here.

Study material For Banking series YIT-001BNK Click here

Study material For Banking series YIT-002BNK Click here

for official website of IBPS please click here

Railway Recruitment

Unlike the IBPS for banking examination, there is RRB - Railway Recruitment Board for conducting Examinations for Railway recruitment .Railway Recruitment Examination is conducted by the various RRBs in India for providing a good career option to the person who are eligible for the posts offered. The syllabus and examination pattern for the RRB Examination Is almost same as that of Banking Examination.

for official website of Railway Recuitment Control Board please click here

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