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Indian Bank Selection-Procedure

                                              Indian Bank Selection Procedure 

Indian Bank Selection Procedure Details: Indian Bank Clerks Selection Process is based on IBPS Score and/or Interview.

Indian Bank Clerks Selection Procedure: Indian Bank recruits Clerks on the basis of Common Written Exam for Clerical Cadre conducted by IBPS. The Candidates who possess a valid score card are only eligible to apply for the posts. The selection procedure followed by Indian Bank for Clerical Cadre has been detailed below…

Selection Procedure:

1. IBPS Specialist Officer Common Written Exam: The Candidates who possess a valid score card issued by IBPS in the Common Written Exam for Specialist Officer and have the score mentioned by Indian Bank are only eligible.

2. Interview: Candidates who qualify in IBPS CWE with more than the minimum TWSS will be called for Personal Interview depending up on the number of vacancies.

Indian Bank Clerks Eligibility Criteria: Indian Bank hires personnel for Clerical Posts. Candidates to gain eligibility to apply for posts must satisfy the below given eligibility criteria to apply for Clerical vacancies…

1. Nationality: Candidates must be a citizen of India.
2. Age Limit: Candidates’ age must be between 18 years and 28 years.Age relaxations will be extended as per govt rules.
3. Educational Qualification: Candidates must have passed HSC/Intermediate or Diploma in Banking, with minimum of 50% marks from any recognized University.
4. Essential Qualification: The minimum TWSS asked by the Bank is different for each state and category of candidates which is given in detailed tubular form in the notification. Unreserved candidates must obtain 24 or above marks in each of the papers and 21 or above would be the minimum CWE score for Reserved category candidates in each test.