Bank of India Probationary Officer Recruitment 2012 Eligibility is 60% in Graduation

Bank of India Probationary Officer Recruitment 2012 Eligibility is 60% in Graduation

Banking aspirants are confused. there is no minimum marks eligibility in Common Written Exam for Probationary  officer Recruitment for 19 Public Sector Banks.

The Eligibility Conditions as mentioned in CWE Exam Notification is “A degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.”

However  The Recent Bank of India 1800 Probationary Officer Recruitment Notice , The bank has specified that candidates with a minimum of 60 per cent in their graduation and a total weighted standard score of 130 in the common written examination conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) are eligible to apply.

Applicants are of the view that as IBPS is a common Written Exam for 19 Public Sector Banks, They should clearly specify Individual bank’s minimum Eligibility Conditions in terms of marks in Graduation. What have you to say on this… Use the Comments section Below

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One Response

  1. Yes this is cheating. When every bank needed minimum 60% , what was the need for the IBPS to set only “Any graduate degree”. Secondly, 60% marks criterion is very unreasonable as even SBI,RBI and UPSC don’t set such high eligibility conditions.Different universities follow different marking practices.And the purpose of an entrance exam is bring all the candidates on a common plat-form.Its highly unfortunate..

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