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IBPS PO Common Test Advertisement

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1Institute of Banking Personnel SelectionCOMMON WRITTEN EXAMINATION [CWE] FOR RECRUITMENT OFPROBATIONARY OFFICERS/ MANAGEMENT TRAINEES IN 19 PUBLICSECTOR BANKSIBPS House, Post Box no. 8587, Kandivali (E), Mumbai 400 101Email:common@ibpsorg.orgWebsite:www.ibps.in
The Banking sector in India is poised for a high trajectory growth with prospects for a bright career to thousands of new entrants. Here is a unique opportunity for aspirants for a career in 19 Public Sector Banks through a Single Common Examination
A Common Written Examination (CWE) will be conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) as a pre-requisite for selection of personnel forProbationary Officer/ Management Trainee posts in the Public Sector Banksmentioned below.
This system of Common Examination for recruitment of Probationary Officers/ Management Trainees has been approved by each of the 19 participating Public SectorBanks and the Managing Committee of the Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) with theconsent of the Government of India.IBPS, an autonomous body registered under Societies Registration Act 1860 and aPublic Trust under Bombay Public Trust Act 1950, has been authorised by IBA and hasreceived a mandate from the 19 Public Sector Banks listed below to conduct theCommon Written Examination. The CWE for Probationary Officer/ ManagementTrainee posts will be conducted twice a year by IBPS.
 A PARTICIPATING BANKS
Allahabad Bank Indian Overseas Bank Andhra Bank Oriental Bank of CommerceBank of Baroda Punjab National Bank Bank of India Punjab & Sind Bank Bank of Maharashtra Syndicate Bank Canara Bank Union Bank of IndiaCentral Bank of India United Bank of IndiaCorporation Bank UCO Bank Dena Bank Vijaya Bank Indian Bank An individual who aspires to join any of the above Public Sector Banks as aProbationary Officer/ Management Trainee will necessarily be required to take theCWE. Prospective candidates who wish to appear for the CWE will have to apply toIBPS and should carefully read the advertisement regarding eligibility criteria, onlineregistration process, pattern of examination, issuance of call letters and score cards.Candidates who appear for the CWE will be able to check their status after theexamination. Scorecards will be issued to candidates who secure minimum qualifyingmarks and above in each test of the examination.
 
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Each participating Public Sector Bank will independently issue a separate recruitmentnotification, specifying their vacancies and stipulating the eligibility criteria in terms of age, educational qualification, experience (if any), minimum required level of IBPSscore in each component test plus Total Weighted Score (if any) etc.Successful candidates in the CWE who have been issued scorecards and who meet thestipulated eligibility criteria are then required to apply to any of the participating banksthey wish to, quoting their personal details and their CWE scores. Each bank will thenindividually shortlist candidates and carry out their own selection processes such asGroup Discussions and/ or Interviews etc. for final selection.
B. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (as on 01.07.2011)Please note that the eligibility criteria specified is the basic criteria for applying tovarious Public Sector Banks. However merely applying for CWE/ appearing forthe examination does not imply that a candidate will necessarily be eligible foremployment in all or any of the 19 Public Sector Banks as each Bank will stipulateits own eligibility/ qualifying criteria.
Prospective Candidates should ensure that they fulfill the specified eligibility criteriabefore applying for the Common Written Examination (CWE):
I.
 
Nationality / Citizenship:
 A candidate must be either -(i)
 
a Citizen of India or(ii)
 
a subject of Nepal or(iii)
 
a subject of Bhutan or(iv)
 
a Tibetan Refugee who came over to India before 1
st
January 1962 with theintention of permanently settling in India or(v)
 
a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka,East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania(formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia andVietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India,provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) & (v) above shall be aperson in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.
II Age (As on 01.07.2011):Minimum: 20 Years Maximum: 30 YearsThe maximum age limit specified is applicable to General Category candidates.Relaxation of Upper age limit
Sr.No.Category Age relaxation1 Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe 5 years2 Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layer) 3 years3 Persons With Disabilities 10 years4 Ex-Servicemen, Commissioned Officersincluding Emergency Commissioned Officers(ECOs)/ Short Service Commissioned Officers(SSCOs) who have rendered at least 5 yearsmilitary service and have been released on5 years
 
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completion of assignment (including those whoseassignment is due to be completed within thestipulated time) otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconductor inefficiency or physical disability attributableto military service or invalidment5 Persons ordinarily domiciled in the KashmirDivision of the State of Jammu & Kashmirduring the period 01.01.1980 to 31.12.19895 years6 Persons affected by 1984 riots 5 years7 Persons who have completed 5 years of service inRRBs5
 
years
NOTE: (i) In case of a candidate who is eligible for relaxation under more than one of theabove categories the age relaxation will be available on a cumulative basis withany one of the remaining categories for which age relaxation is permitted asmentioned above.(ii) Candidates seeking age relaxation will be required to submit copies of necessarycertificate(s) at the time of Interview conducted by a particular Bank, if calledby the Bank(iii)
Ex-Servicemen candidates who have already secured employment under the CentralGovernment in Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ will be permitted the benefit of age relaxation asprescribed for Ex-Servicemen for securing another employment in a higher grade orcadre in Group ‘C’/ ‘D’ under the Central Government. However, such candidateswill not be eligible for the benefit of reservation for Ex-Servicemen in CentralGovernment jobs.
DEFINITION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Under Section 33 of the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act 1995 on
ly such persons would be eligible for reservationwho suffer from not less than 40% of relevant disability and are certified by a Medical Boardappointed by the Central/State Govt.
 Accordingly, candidates with the following disabilities are eligible to apply. Applicantsclaiming such benefits should produce certificate in original in support of their claim atthe time of 
Interview conducted by a particular Bank, if called by the BankVisually Impaired (VI)
Blindness refers to condition where a person suffers from any of the followingconditions namely (1) Total absence of sight, (ii) Visual acuity not exceeding 6/60 or20/200 (snellen) in the better eye with correcting lenses. (iii) Limitation of the field of vision subtending in angle of 20 degrees or worse.Low vision means a person with impairment of visual functioning even after treatmentor standard refractive connection but who uses or is potentially capable of using visionfor the planning of execution of a task with appropriate assistive device.
Deaf & Hearing Impaired (HI)
The deaf are those persons in whom the sense of hearing is non- functional for ordinarypurposes of life i.e. total loss of hearing in both ears. They do not hear, understandsounds at all even with amplified speech. Hearing impairment means loss of sixtydecibels or more in the better ear in the conversational range of frequencies.

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