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IBPS/SBI CLERK

IBPS Clerk CWE

Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducting its Common Written Examination CWE for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre staff in the participating Banks. Currently the following Banks are participating in IBPS CWE Clerk Exam 2013

IBPS CWE Clerk Exam 2013 Participating Banks
• Allahabad Bank
• Canara Bank
• Indian Overseas Bank
• UCO Bank
• Andhra Bank
• Central Bank of India
• Oriental Bank of Commerce
• Union Bank of India
• Bank of Baroda
• Corporation Bank
• Punjab National Bank
• United Bank of India
• Bank of India
• Dena Bank
• Punjab & Sind Bank
• Vijaya Bank
• Bank of Maharashtra
• Indian Bank
• Syndicate Bank

Eligibility for the IBPS Clerk Recruitment Examination 2013:
Candidate must be a graduate in any discipline with essential knowledge in computers. Operating and working knowledge in computer systems is mandatory. You have to be profiicent in the local language of the area you are applying for. The candidates applying for the examination should be between age group 20 years to 28 years.

IBPS CWE Clerk Exam 2013 Selection Procedure:

The exam takers are supposed to write an online written examination with a duration of  hours. (Detailed Syllabus and Pattern are given below). The online written examination of IBPS Clerical CWE 2013 is tentatively scheduled on
30 November 2013
1 December 2013
7 December 2013
8 December 2013
14 December 2013 and
5 December 2013

IBPS Interview
The successful Candidates who qualified the CWE Clerks examination will be called for an Interview to be conducted by the Participating Banks

IBPS Clerical Cadre Allotment
As per the marks secured in the examination and the interview, candidates will be appointed according to the state/UT wise vacancies with due consideration to the reservation rules of the Central/ State Government.

IBPS Clerical CWE 2013 Question Pattern

IBPS Clerical CWE 2013 is a 2 hour (120 minutes) examination and will have 200 objective type Questions for you to solve. The examination will have the following 5 sections with 40 marks each for each section.

The main sections of the exam with maximum marks available for each section

  • Reasoning – 40 marks
  • English Language – 40 marks
  • Numerical Ability – 40 marks
  • General Awareness and  – 40 marks
  • Computer Knowledge.  – 40 marks

 

 

IBPS Clerical Grade Exam 2013 Syllabus

1. General Awareness : Questions are asked from geography, history, science, economics, sports, constitution, politics, history, banking, culture etc. Give due Consideration to Current Affairs especially the happenings in Banking arena

2. English Language – Reading comprehension, Fill in the blanks, Finding grammatical errors , Sentence completion, Para jumbles , Synonymous and Antonyms, word formation. In Comprehension questions are asked for deriving conclusion, theme detection, passage completion and the topic Rearrangement of passage

3. Numerical Ability & Quantitative Aptitude – Arithmetic & Data Interpretation, which includes bar graphs, pie-charts, line graphs & tabulation. Roots, Average, Ratio, Time & Work, Time and Distance, Percentage, Profit & loss etc. include the Arithmetic quotient. clocks, volume & surface area, height & distances, logarithms, permutation & combination, simple & compound interest and probability

4.  Reasoning can be verbal and non verbal. Verbal includes classification, analogy, decision making, word formation, series, decoding & coding, blood relation, symbol & notation, statement & conclusion, sitting arrangement and problem solving. Non Verbal includes series completion, finding any missing figure and classification.

5. Computer Knowledge, Computer Awareness – Basic questions in MS Office suite, Windows, internet, operating systems, computer networks, internet, E-commerce, the basic computer architecture, terminology, EFT systems, acronyms. Take a look at current affairs on Computer area.

 

INSTITUTE OF BANKING PERSONNEL SELECTION (IBPS) PO (MT) 2013 SYLLABUS: The syllabus of any exam is an important aspect that the candidate must know in advance in order to give path to the exam preparation. It is always better to know the syllabus and plan accordingly as there is no point in preparing in an unknown direction. The IBPS PO 2013 Syllabus revolves around the following five subjects or sections to be precise:

  1. English Language
  2. Quantitative Ability
  3. Logical Reasoning
  4. General Knowledge
  5. Computer Knowledge
  • Reasoning and Quantitative Sections are allotted the maximum marks which is 50
  • English Language and General Knowledge will for 40 marks each
  • Computer Knowledge section is of only 20 marks
 SBI clerk exam pattern 2013 Details :

SBI clerk exam consists of total 5 sections. They are

1>General Awareness

2>.General English

3>Quantitative Aptitude

4>Reasoning Ability

5>Marketing Aptitude/Computer knowledge

Each section consist of 40 questions and each question carry one mark

So total sbi clerk exam will be have 200 questions and valued for 200 marks.

SBI clerk Exam Structure 2013 : 

Sl No

Section name

Questions

Marks

1

Quantitative aptitude

40

40

2

Logical Reasoning

40

40

3

English Language

40

40

4

General Awareness

40

40

5

Marketing/Computers

40

40

Interview Marks:

Personal interview of sbi clerk exam consists of 35 marks .based on the scores in written exam and interview final selection of the candidate will be decided.

Negative marks Rule :

There will be a penalty for for wrong answers. For each wrong answer 0.25 marks will deducted from the total marks secured by the candidate.

Question paper Language :

Sbi clerk written examination question paper will come in both Hindi and English languages (except english section) . Minimum passing percentages would be relaxed upto 5% for reserved category (SC/ST/PWD/EXSM/OBC) candidates

Qualifying marks :

SBI clerk Qualifying marks details . Candidate has to qualify in each section and as well as get marks above the minimum qualifying marks decided by the SBI after the examination. These qualifying marks are decided based on the number of candidates appeared for sbi clerk exam and  highest marks secured by the candidates.so there is no pre defined structure for qualifying marks in sbi clerk exam.

Candidates who secured marks above the qualifying marks only called for interview.


 

 


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