If you clear the bank PO exams, it is necessary to know your job profile. After selection you have to work as a Probationary Officer for 2 years (may vary from bank to bank). After the completion of probation period you will be designated as Assistant Manager or Scale-1 officer in your bank.
An induction training program has been conducted by every bank. The training period varies from 10 to 20 days from bank to bank. The candidate will be trained in the Training Academies of the bank. After completion of their training program a PO can be posted anywhere in India. They can be posts as Asst. Manager on probation in different branches. The probation period varies from 1-2 year.
During probation a candidate is exposed to various banking aspects such as General Banking, Finance, Loans, Cash Management and Marketing etc. Nowadays PO may have to work on the front desks. A PO might get frequent transfers so he can gain more knowledge of different kind of working areas. Let’s discuss the main working areas of a probationary officer:
Post Probation Period
After Probation period a PO will be designated as Assistant Manager / Deputy Manager. In some banks PO have to go through a confirmation test. SBI offers a promotion to Scale II if a candidate performs well in the confirmation test.
A bank PO gets a basic salary of Rs 23,700. DA, HRA, Medical Allowance will be added to the basic salary, which differs from bank to bank and location of posting.
A gross salary of a Bank Po is 36000-39000 depending on your bank and location of posting. An additional house rent lease is also given which varies from 7500-20000 depending on the location of posting. In metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai it will be Rs. 20000.
IBPS Po mains exam consists of 4 subjects i.e. General and Banking Awareness, English Language, Data Interpretation & Analysis and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. Now each section consists of different marks and separate sectional timings will be given to attempt each section.
Lets go through the topic wise syllabus of IBPS Prelims. To appear an exam a candidate must know what to read, a better preparation strategy helps you to score more in any exam. A candidate must know his area of strength and weakness, so he must go through the syllabus and expected number of questions in every section and divide his time to study accordingly.
Important points and strategies to remember while preparing for SSC CGL Tier-II (Mains) Examination to obtain marks to get selected. In Tier-II (Mains) SSC CGL Examination there are two slots.1st Slot is for Quantitative aptitude (Maths) followed by another 2 hrs slot for English Language and Comprehension.
After successful completion of Tier-I, Tier-II, Tier-III and CPT/DEST and Document Verification, Commission will arrange an All India Merit List for each category of post. The ultimate merit will be equipped on the basis of marks secured in Tier-I, Tier-II and Tier-III and the preference exercised by the candidates.
Document verification is necessary for every candidate, who qualified the exam, any candidates failing to do so will not be considered for final selection. Here you will be given one more chance to revise your options for preference of post.
Once you clear Tier-I and Tier-II exam successfully, depending on the posts you are apply for, you have to clear Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) and Data Entry Skill Test (DEST). This test is only qualifying in nature. In case you fail, you are still be considered for others post where this test is not necessary.
Exam pattern of SSC CGL Tier-III, maximum marks, number of questions and time given to attempt these question. It is pen and paper mode descriptive type exam carry 100 marks and time length would be 60 minutes and 80 minutes for VH and candidates affliction from Cerebral Palsy.
Topic wise questions asked and marks distribution in previous years in SSC CGL exams.If anyone want to appear for CGLE and want success then it is necessary for them to familiarize with not only syllabus but the detailed pattern of question asked. It is beneficial to take a look on previously asked question in SSC CGL examination. Taking into consideration the same we are here to give you detailed analysis of topic wise question asked in previous years of SSC CGL examination.
SSC CGL syllabus, departments, salary, exam pattern, age limits, qualifications and everything else. Every year Staff Selection Commission take Combined Graduate Level Examination for filling up Group “B” and Group “C” posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations in the Government of India. Posts that will be filled up through this examination with details are detailed as below