Banking Exams

About Bank Exams

Every year bank exams are conducted for the recruitment of various posts like Bank PO, Bank Clerk & Specialist Officers. The banks exams are conducted by two bodies one is either directly by the bank and another IBPS an instituted which conducts common exam to recruit candidates for various posts in various PSU banks.

List of major Bank Exams which we at Himalai will be dealing prominently is as follows.

  1. IBPS Banks Exams
  2. SBI Exams
  3. RBI Exams

Details of the Exams which every candidate aspiring for a bank job should know are listed below.

Bank Exams Notification

  • Candidates should visit the Exam conducting Banks’’ official website to know exam dates and other details.

Recruitment of Various Posts

  • Various posts in Bank like Po; Clerk; SO; and other posts which varies deepening on the banks conducting the exam.

Bank Exams Eligibility Criteria

  • Age Limit
  • Age Relaxation
  • Educational Qualification

Bank Exams Pattern

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Interview

Bank Exams Syllabus

  1. Prelims: 100 questions asked from three different sections
    • Quantitative Aptitude (35 Questions)
    • Reasoning Ability (35 Questions)
    • English Language (30).
  2. Mains exams: 200 questions asked on topics/subjects like Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, General Awareness and Basic Computer Knowledge.

IBPS

IBPS stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) which conducts common exam for 20 PSU Banks for the recruitment of various posts like IBPS PO (recruitment of Probationary Officers); IBPS Clerk (recruitment of Clerical Cadres); IBPS SO (the recruitment of Specialist Officers like Marketing Officer, IT Officer, HR Officer etc.); IBPS RRB Exams to recruit candidates for the posts of Probationary Officer, Clerical and Specialist Officers for Regional Rural Banks of India (RRBs).

IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER RECRUITMENT

IBPS Specialist Officer Exam Pattern

IBPS Specialist Officer Eligibility Criteria

IBPS Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus

IBPS RRB RECRUITMENT

IBPS RRB Exam Pattern

IBPS RRB Eligibility Criteria

IBPS RRB Exam Syllabus

IBPS CLERK RECRUITMENT

IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern

IBPS Clerk Eligibility Criteria

IBPS Clerk Exam Syllabus

IBPS PO RECRUITMENT

IBPS PO Exam Pattern

IBPS PO Eligibility Criteria

IBPS PO Exam Syllabus

SBI Exam

State Bank of India conducts its own exam for the recruitment of candidates for various posts like Probationary Officers; Clerical Cadres and SBI Specialist Officer.

SBI SPECIALIST OFFICER RECRUITMENT

SBI Specialist Officer Exam Pattern

SBI Specialist Officer Eligibility Criteria

SBI Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus

SBI PO RECRUITMENT

SBI RRB Exam Pattern

SBI RRB Eligibility Criteria

SBI RRB Exam Syllabus

SBI CLERK RECRUITMENT

SBI Clerk Exam Pattern

SBI Clerk Eligibility Criteria

SBI Clerk Exam Syllabus

RBI Exams

Reserve Bank of India recruits’ officers (Grade B) through an All India exam.

Though there are only a few Banks jobs in the RBI but working with RBI has its own perks and benefits. Moreover, a job in Reserve Bank of India is considered to be a prestigious one.

RBI Assistants Exam is to recruit candidates for Clerical Cadres through an All India exam.

RBI Grade B OFFICER RECRUITMENT

RBI Grade B Officer Exam Pattern

RBI Grade B Officer Eligibility Criteria

RBI Grade B Officer Exam Syllabus

RBI ASSISTANT RECRUITMENT

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern

RBI Assistant Eligibility Criteria

RBI Assistant Exam Syllabus

RBI OFFICE ATTENDANT RECRUITMENT

RBI Office Attendant Exam Pattern

RBI Office Attendant Exam Eligibility Criteria

RBI Office Attendant Exam Syllabus

Banking which is considered as Sunrise Sector of the Indian Economy is one of the fastest growing industries in India with promising employment opportunity, career, and growth. With more and more branches of banks coming up in the rural places and cities the job opportunity in the banking sector is increasing rapidly.

Here’s how the recruitment in the bank sector takes place

Bank Probationary Officer (Bank PO)

TheBank PO is a managerial position in a bank. After an essential training of 1 to 2 years, candidates are designated as Assistant Managers (AM) or Deputy Managers (DM) in various branches of banks.

Starting Salary of a Bank Probationary Officer ranges from INR 30,000 – INR 40,000, which varies from bank to bank and the location of posting.

Bank Clerks

This is a clerical position in the bank and this is an entry-level job in a bank.
Salary of a Bank Clerk is generally in the range of INR 20,000 – INR 25,000 depending on which varies from bank to bank and posting location.

Specialist Officers (SO)

Banks also hire candidates for specialist profiles like – IT Officer, HR Officer, Marketing Officer, Finance Officer, Law Officer, Agriculture Officer etc.
The salary of Specialist officers is same as the Bank Probationary Officers.

Every year, public and private sector banks recruit more than lakh candidates for various roles.

Below mentioned banks are major banks that are recruiting candidates frequently over the years.

State Bank of India

Andhra Bank

Central Bank of India

Punjab & Sindh Bank

United Bank of India

Reserve Bank of India

Bank of India

Corporation Bank

Punjab National Bank

Vijaya Bank

NABARD

Bank of Baroda

Dena Bank

Indian Bank

Syndicate Bank

IDBI Bank

SIDBI PSU Bank

Bank of Maharashtra

Indian Overseas Bank

UCO Bank

Bharatiya Mahila Bank

Allahabad Bank

Canara Bank

Oriental Bank of Commerce

Union Bank of India

+ IBPS

IBPS

IBPS stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) which conducts common exam for 20 PSU Banks for the recruitment of various posts like IBPS PO (recruitment of Probationary Officers); IBPS Clerk (recruitment of Clerical Cadres); IBPS SO (the recruitment of Specialist Officers like Marketing Officer, IT Officer, HR Officer etc.); IBPS RRB Exams to recruit candidates for the posts of Probationary Officer, Clerical and Specialist Officers for Regional Rural Banks of India (RRBs).

IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER RECRUITMENT

IBPS Specialist Officer Exam Pattern

IBPS Specialist Officer Eligibility Criteria

IBPS Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus

IBPS RRB RECRUITMENT

IBPS RRB Exam Pattern

IBPS RRB Eligibility Criteria

IBPS RRB Exam Syllabus

IBPS CLERK RECRUITMENT

IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern

IBPS Clerk Eligibility Criteria

IBPS Clerk Exam Syllabus

IBPS PO RECRUITMENT

IBPS PO Exam Pattern

IBPS PO Eligibility Criteria

IBPS PO Exam Syllabus

+ SBI

SBI Exam

State Bank of India conducts its own exam for the recruitment of candidates for various posts like Probationary Officers; Clerical Cadres and SBI Specialist Officer.

SBI SPECIALIST OFFICER RECRUITMENT

SBI Specialist Officer Exam Pattern

SBI Specialist Officer Eligibility Criteria

SBI Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus

SBI PO RECRUITMENT

SBI RRB Exam Pattern

SBI RRB Eligibility Criteria

SBI RRB Exam Syllabus

SBI CLERK RECRUITMENT

SBI Clerk Exam Pattern

SBI Clerk Eligibility Criteria

SBI Clerk Exam Syllabus

+ RBI

RBI Exams

Reserve Bank of India recruits’ officers (Grade B) through an All India exam.

Though there are only a few Banks jobs in the RBI but working with RBI has its own perks and benefits. Moreover, a job in Reserve Bank of India is considered to be a prestigious one.

RBI Assistants Exam is to recruit candidates for Clerical Cadres through an All India exam.

RBI Grade B OFFICER RECRUITMENT

RBI Grade B Officer Exam Pattern

RBI Grade B Officer Eligibility Criteria

RBI Grade B Officer Exam Syllabus

RBI ASSISTANT RECRUITMENT

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern

RBI Assistant Eligibility Criteria

RBI Assistant Exam Syllabus

RBI OFFICE ATTENDANT RECRUITMENT

RBI Office Attendant Exam Pattern

RBI Office Attendant Exam Eligibility Criteria

RBI Office Attendant Exam Syllabus

Banking which is considered as Sunrise Sector of the Indian Economy is one of the fastest growing industries in India with promising employment opportunity, career, and growth. With more and more branches of banks coming up in the rural places and cities the job opportunity in the banking sector is increasing rapidly.

Here’s how the recruitment in the bank sector takes place

Bank Probationary Officer (Bank PO)

TheBank PO is a managerial position in a bank. After an essential training of 1 to 2 years, candidates are designated as Assistant Managers (AM) or Deputy Managers (DM) in various branches of banks.

Starting Salary of a Bank Probationary Officer ranges from INR 30,000 – INR 40,000, which varies from bank to bank and the location of posting.

Bank Clerks

This is a clerical position in the bank and this is an entry-level job in a bank.
Salary of a Bank Clerk is generally in the range of INR 20,000 – INR 25,000 depending on which varies from bank to bank and posting location.

Specialist Officers (SO)

Banks also hire candidates for specialist profiles like – IT Officer, HR Officer, Marketing Officer, Finance Officer, Law Officer, Agriculture Officer etc.
The salary of Specialist officers is same as the Bank Probationary Officers.

Every year, public and private sector banks recruit more than lakh candidates for various roles.

Below mentioned banks are major banks that are recruiting candidates frequently over the years.

State Bank of India

Andhra Bank

Central Bank of India

Punjab & Sindh Bank

United Bank of India

Reserve Bank of India

Bank of India

Corporation Bank

Punjab National Bank

Vijaya Bank

NABARD

Bank of Baroda

Dena Bank

Indian Bank

Syndicate Bank

IDBI Bank

SIDBI PSU Bank

Bank of Maharashtra

Indian Overseas Bank

UCO Bank

Bharatiya Mahila Bank

Allahabad Bank

Canara Bank

Oriental Bank of Commerce

Union Bank of India

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