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    Eliglibility doubt for bank clerical exams

    sir i have completed my 10th & intermediate with 74% & 71%. i discontinued my degree due to some personal problems is am i eligible for bank clerical exams if was passed in the written exam is there any problem in the interview.i was attending this year for my degree exam.my date of birth is 11-08-1988. i am waiting for ur reply.
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  • Usually the minimum eligibility for bank clerical exams is 12th.Degree is not compulsory but it may give you a more advantage other than you in bank clerical exams.

    Sachin

  • Actually the minimum basic qualification for a bank clerical exam is minimum 60 percentage in Intermediate for general and other backward classes persons , , the age limit is between 18 years to 28 years ,55 percentage is needed for scheduled caste and scheduled tribe and physically handicapped persons and the age limit for them is between 18 years to 28 years , 3 years of age relaxation is applicable for them .If you have less than 6o percentage in Intermediate then Degree is necessary for bank clerk exam but the percentage is not necessary minimum pass in Degree is needed.

    There are some things that money just cannot buy, like manners, morals and intelligence.

  • Minimum qualification for bank clerical exam is 12th.Since you scored 74% in intermediate you are eligible to sit in all public sector banks.Your age is 22 years so age is not a problem for you.

  • Hi Friend
    The educational qualification required to apply for bank clerk post whether it is IBPS clerk or SBI clerk is Graduation in any stream from UGC recognised institution or university.
    As you have studied 12 th standard and discontinued your Graduation, it is sorry to say that you are not eligible for bank clerk exam.You can apply if you continue and complete your Graduation course.
    Age limit to apply for bank clerk post is 21-28 years and the age relaxations are as per government rules and regulations.
    IBPS and SBI will select the clerks after conducting written exam ( preliminary and main exam) and Language Proficiency Test(LPT).
    LPT is conducted to examine whether the candidate who applied for CLERK post knows how to read,write and speak the local language of the state in which he or she applied clerk post.
    For further information please visit www.ibps.in and www.sbi.co.in


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