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Banking jobs are considered one of the lucrative and secured. That’s why most of Indian youth have desired to get a job in banking sector. Every year many bank institutions scheduled entrance exams. A student gets shortlisted to serve in banks on the basis of merit & the test scorecards. Every year so many hopeful young men and women register for them to appear bank exams. Utilize this pandemic time and start your bank preparation online from all your comfort. We will discuss below how many bank exams are conducted in India.


Types of Bank Exam-


Exams Organized by IBPS-


Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is the body who recruits staff member and officers for all the public sector and banks except the State Bank of India. IBPS is the common written examination to be recruited as a probationary officer, clerk or management trainee in any of its 22 participating banks.


Check the below mentioned list of Entrance Exams Organized by IBPS-


 IBPS PO Examination-


Every year most of students apply for IBPS PO Exam, Probationary officer is a post pays a massive paycheck & comes with a significant amount of admiration and rewards. If you want to become a PO, so you must qualify the entrance exam which contains 3 levels-
Level-1 This is called preliminary test (Quantitative aptitude, Reasoning ability & English language)
Level-2 This is called mains test which includes (Reasoning & Computer Aptitude, English Language, Data Analysis and interpretation, General/Economics/Banking Awareness)
Level-3 The final stage will be face to face Interview which you need to clear. A lot of students crack their written exams however they could not clear the interview. So, you to prepare for the Interview as well.


 IBPS Clerical Exam-


ibps clerk exam has also two stages


Level 1- Preliminary test (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English)
Level 2- Mains Test (Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General/Economic/Banking Awareness)


IBPS Specialists Exam-


This entrance exam is for mentioned designations- IR officers, Rajbhasha Adhikari Officers, Law Officers, HR Officers, Agricultural Field Officers, and Marketing Officers.
This entrance exam has also 2 stages-
Level 1- Preliminary test (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language)
Level 2- Mains will test the candidate on his/her Professional Knowledge
Level 3- Interview


IBPS RRB Exam-


This exam is basically recruits for Regional Rural Banks. Students will need to qualify three levels of the entrance exam.
1. Prelims
2. Mains
3. Interview


SBI Exams-


State Bank of India conducts their own exams for own personnel posts across the country. Here we will discuss about the SBI Exams-


SBI PO Exam-


SBI PO Exam Preparation is one of the most challenging bank exams in India and if you have decided to crack SBI PO Exam then you need to do a lot of hard working and well preparations in advance in order to get scores in SBI PO exam. Here are 3 stages that all candidates need to follow.
Level 1- Prelims Exam which covers (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language)
Level 2- Mains Exam which covers (Reasoning and computer Aptitude, English Language, Data Analysis, Interpretation, General/Economic/Banking Awareness). The mains will also cater for a descriptive paper and a test for English language.
Level 3- Group discussion and Interview


SBI Clerical Exam-


SBI Clerical Exam conducts for clerical posts, we will discuss below the format of SBI clerical entrance exam.
Level 1- Preliminary Exam (Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability & English Language)
Level 2- Mains Exam (General English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, and Computer Aptitude, General/Financial Awareness)
Note- There will no Interview for this exam.


SBI Specialist Officers Exam-


This exam conducts for assistant managers, engineers, analysts, architects, designers, developer administrators, charted accountants, tester, innovation specialist and other various posts for its branches across the country. This exam also has 2 papers.


Paper 1
Paper 2 or Professional Knowledge
A descriptive 3rd paper will be there for Economist post.


RBI Exams-


RBI conducts their own exam to recruit its own officers. It is one of the toughest entrance exams in the country.


RBI B Grade Exam-


Level 1- Preliminary Exam (General English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General Awareness)
Level 2- Main Exam (Economics and social issues, English Writing Skills, Finance, and Management)
Level 3- Interview


IDBI Assistant Manager-


This bank offers excellent opportunities for a fine and determined career. You can go through the exam pattern which is below mentioned.
Level 1- Online Test
Level 2- Interview


IDBI Executive Recruitment-


This exam has also contained 3 stages-
Level 1- Reasoning
Level 2- Quantitative Aptitude
Level 3- English Language

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