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One must be atleast a graduate to be able to write this exam.
After a period of one year, the bank management will appoint the candidates permanently based on their skills.
Qualification for bank exams vary for every cadre. Let me figure out some basic things for you,
1)Clerical:Basically the minimum qualification for this cadre is 10+2 or equivalent with 60% or a pass in a degree. Some banks accept three year diploma courses like you too. But we can expect in all.
Union bank which you have asked have not mentioned three year diploma in the eligibility.Either candidates with a degree or 10+2 only is accepted. That too an course in computers is required.
Banks are also conducting recruitment for other cadres like probationary officers, specialist officers, law officers etc ...
My suggestion is if you are really interested in taking a career in banks, kindly go for further studies and you can even apply for higher grades. It doesn't mean diploma is not accepted in banks, but the percentage is less.
Just have a look at my resource for more information,
Introduction To Bank Exams
With Best Regards,
IBPS and SBI conducts the recruitment process to select the candidates for Clerk,PO and Specialist Officer posts in government sector banks.
The minimum educational qualification required to apply for bank clerk and PO posts(Ibps and SBI) is Graduation in any stream from UGC approved institution or university.
And the age limit to apply for bank clerical post is 21-28 years and for Bank PO post is 21-30 years and the age relaxations are : 3 years for OBC candidates, 5 years for SC and ST candidates , 10 years for Physically challenged candidates.
And the selection process of Bank clerk post is written test and Language Proficiency Test.And for bank PO post is written test(preliminary exam,main exam) and personal interview.
For further details please visit www.ibps.in and www.sbi.co.in