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Bank Exams

Being one of the leading Edu-media company, we at Byju’s stride and do our utmost to make learning easy, effective, organized and student-friendly so as to make students fall in love with learning; hence our motto- “Come, fall in love with learning.”

“It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts – John Wooden”
It may sound a bit inconceivable to most of the bank exam aspirants but we at Byju’s are sure that once you take the Bank coaching classes at Byju’s, your approach towards the preparation for bank exams will surely change and one of the most competitive exam in India would be a cinch.

Candidates at Byju’s are kept up to date with all the important dates and notifications of all the bank exams so that they do not miss a single event. Hence, we have come up with the Bank Exam Online Notification where our candidates and any aspirants can find all the news on Bank exams and the details about the exams conducted.

We at Byju’s make sure that our candidates are not only taught but trained and prepared in a whole new approach for taking such competitive exams and get an edge in the competition.

Byju’s Bank Exam Preparation Course
  Various Mock tests
  Topic wise practice sets
  Customized learning experience
  Personalized pace for learning
  Clear visualization of concepts
  Portable and completely offline mode

 

Various Bank Exams in India:

  • SBI PO

The SBI recruits the Probationary Officers (PO) who holds the position of an assistant manager in the branches of SBI after a probation (training) of two years. This is an entry level position for the bank officers who started to work after posting.

The exam is conducted in three phases – the prelims, the mains and the interview.

Tentative month for prelims: July.

 

  • IBPS PO

The IBPS conducts a recruitment process to select the Probationary Officers (PO) for all the participating banks.

This exam is also conducted in three phases i.e. the prelims, the mains and the interview.

Tentative month for prelims: October.

 

  • SBI Clerk

The SBI conducts its own nationwide exam to recruit the clerks for its various branches across the country.

This exam is conducted only in two phases – the prelims and the mains.

Tentative month for prelims: August.

 

  • IBPS Clerk

IBPS is responsible for recruiting various clerk positions like cashier, SWO, etc for all the participating banks which is known as the IBPS Clerk exam.

This exam is also conducted in two phases i.e. the prelims and the mains.

Tentative month for prelims: November.

 

  • SBI SO

The SBI recruits the Specialist Officers (SO) for its various branches across the country through the SBI SO exam. The exam is conducted in two phases – the online exam and the interview.

Tentative month for prelims: January.

 

  • IBPS SO

IBPS conducts the IBPS SO exam to recruit various Specialist officers for different departments (according to the candidate’s specialization) for all the participating banks. The exam is again conducted in three phases i.e. the prelims, the mains and the interview.

Tentative month for prelims: December.

 

  • IBPS RRB

The IBPS conducts the exam to recruit candidates for various posts like Office Assistant, and Scale 1,2,3 Officers in the Regional Rural Banks called the IBPS RRB. The pattern of exam for all the posts are a bit different from each other. For Office assistants prelims and mains are conducted while for the scale 2 and 3 Officers, a single examination is conducted.

Tentative month for prelims (Office assistants,Scale 1 officers) : September.

Tentative month for Single exam (Scale 2 and 3 Officers): November.

 

  • NABARD

The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) is responsible for planning policies and operations in the field of agriculture and various economical developments in rural areas. It has branches all over the country and it conducts its own exam to recruit Grade A and Grade B officer posts and another exam to recruit “Development Assistant”.

The exam for the officer comprise of two tests namely Phase I exam and Phase II exam.

Tentative month for prelims (Officer): May.
Similarly, the exam for the Development Assistant is conducted in two phases i.e. the prelims and the mains.

Tentative month for prelims (Development Assistant): November

Read More About NABARD Exam

 

  • RBI Exams

The Reserve bank of India regulates the banks and formulates the financial policies of our country. It conducts its own exam to recruit the “Assistants” and “Grade B” posts for its zonal and sub-offices.

The exam for RBI Grade B and Office Assistants is conducted in three phase – the prelims, the mains and the interview.

Tentative month for prelims (Grade B): September.

Tentative month for prelims (Office Assistants): December.

Read More About RBI Exam

Aspirants willing to take the exam this year can start their preparation right away with a proper approach by joining “BYJU’s Bank Exam Preparation Course.

 

“Time is not money because it never returns.” ― Amit Abraham

 

 

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