Nainital Bank Management Trainees (MTs) & Clerk 2022 Exam Pattern

The Nainital Bank Limited is a private sector scheduled commercial bank founded in 1922 by Bharat Ratna Late Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant and a few other important Nainital persons.

The Nainital Bank (Uttarakhand) has issued a recruitment notice for Management Trainees (MT) and Clerks. The total number of posts is 100. The Nainital Bank is accepting applications for Management Trainees (MT) and Clerks from February 1 to February 25, 2022, and the Written test was conducted on 20 March 2022.

Candidates preparing for Nainital Management Trainees (MTs) & Clerk 2022 must be aware of its exam pattern, syllabus, exam dates etc. The details of the Nainital Management Trainees (MTs) & Clerk exam pattern are given in this article.

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Nainital Bank Management Trainees (MTs) & Clerk Exam Pattern

Procedure for Selecting Candidates will be chosen based on a written examination and a personal interview. The candidates who have cleared the minimum cutoff mark in the examination will be called for the interview/personality test.

Candidates should make sure that they meet the credentials and age requirements. Candidates who do not meet the required qualifications may be disqualified at any point during the hiring process.

The following are the details of the test for Management Trainees and Clerks:

S.No Name of the Test  No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1 Test of Reasoning 40 40 35 Minutes
2 English Language  40 40 35 Minutes
3 General Awareness (with special reference to Banking) 40 40 20 Minutes
4 Computer Knowledge 40 40 20 Minutes
5 Quantitative Aptitude 40 40 35 Minutes
Total 200 200 145 Minutes

Note:

  • The tests are in English Version only 
  • The total time duration of the examination is 145 minutes.
  • For Management Trainees and Clerks, there is a penalty if they respond incorrectly i.e., 0.25 marks for each wrong answer
  • For Management Trainees and Clerks, the number of answer options per question is 5 options

The Method for Calculating Scores:

The following technique is used to acquire the results of an online examination:

(i)After applying a penalty for incorrect responses, the Corrected Score is calculated using the number of questions answered properly by a candidate in each objective test.

(ii)To arrive at the Equated Scores, the Corrected Scores earned by a candidate are rendered comparable to account for any slight differences in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective tests taken in various sessions.

* * Candidates’ test scores are equated to the base form by taking into account the distribution of scores across all forms.

(iii) Individual test results and overall scores are provided with a decimal point up to two digits.

Cutoffs are implemented in two stages:

  • based on individual test results
  • based on the total score

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