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Am I eligible for Bank PO exam after obtaining engineering degree with 62% and 55% in 12th/

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RE: Am I eligible for Bank PO exam after obtaining engineering degree with 62% and 55% in 12th/

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Hello Dipti,

A warm welcome to careerguide.com

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career wuery.

These days Banking has been booming at the faster phase and is one of the demanding career option. Indian Banking Sector is considered to be one of the strongest Banking Sector in the world because the Indian Banking System was not affected by the recession and so many of the countries they have been studying the Indian Banking System.

The mandate policies like Rural Banking has given a room for the tremendous career opportunities in the Banking Sector . One can make a career in the Banking as clerk,PO,IT officer, Law Officer etc. Every year there are thousands of vacancies in the Banking Sector.

The candidate who aspires to make a career in the SBI they need to give an SBI PO exam and for the rest of the government banks one need to give an IBPS PO exams.

The eligibility for both the PO exams is as follows-

1.A candidate should have completed a graduation degree from any stream from a recognised university.

2. Should be an Indian.

3.Age - 20 to 30 years, 5 years age relaxation for SC/ST , 3 years for OBC and 10 years for disabled person.

There is no percentage criteria. As you have completed your engineering you get eligible for the Bank PO exams provided if you meet the eligibility criteria no. 2 and 3.

There are limitations for the SBI PO exams as per the category of the person. You can visit for the further information to www.sbi.co.in for application,chaalan,form,etc.

I hope you find this information useful and helpful.

Feel free to get in touch again.

Wish you Good Luck

 

Thank YOU

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh Kapote

 

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