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Am I eligible for Bank PO Exam having scored 54% in Graduation with Physiotherapy?

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RE: Am I eligible for Bank PO Exam having scored 54% in Graduation with Physiotherapy?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Founder And Director At Canvas Career
  • Nasik

Hello Dear Aspirant,

A warm welcome to

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.

Thats the good thing that you have been planning to make a career in the Banking Sector but my question to you is Why you want to change the career track . Physiotherapy have a wide scope and demand these days. You can join the hospitals or can have your own independent practise. Just give a thought on this Physiotherapy and Banking are very different careers. Though Banking is widely expanding and growing field in the country same is with the Physiotherapy. 

Banking sector is considered to be one of the safe and the prestigious career option. The students who wish to make a career in the field of banking and finance and in the government for them banking is one of the best career option.

Bank PO is a higher post offered in the Banking Sector. Bank PO is a Class I officer post of the Bank.

There are two types of exams for PO posts are conducted i.e the SBI PO and IBPS PO. SBI PO is meant for those who wish to make a career in the SBI bank and IBPS PO is for the rest of the Government Banks.

The eligibility criteria for both the Bank PO exams is as follows

1. A candidate should have completed a Graduation degree from a recognised university from any stream (except Fine Arts).

2. Should be an Indian

3. Age 20 to 30 years; 5 years of age relaxation for SC/ST; 3 years for OBC and 10 years for Disabled Person.

There is no percentage criteria. If you meet the other eligibility apart from the Education you are eligible for the Bank PO exams.

There is restriction for the no. of attempts to the SBI PO as follows

1. General 4 attempts.

2. OBC 7 attempts

3. Reservation - No restriction for the attempts.


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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