As you all know if you are interested in getting a bank job, the first name that comes to your mind is IBPS, since they have been organizing and carrying out the bank recruitment very efficiently for the past couple of years. But still there is having some exceptions like SBI and its associated banks are not doing their recruitment process based on IBPS CWE scores. IBPS has changed some of their norms, especially the eligibility criteria which they had followed when they conducted the first CWE recruitment. Because of that, the candidates who are ready to prepare for the next IBPS recruitment have some doubts regarding whether they are eligible for IBPS exam or not.
Here we will help you to clear all your doubts regarding IBPS CWE eligibility criteria for the recruitment of various posts like Specialist Officer, Probationary Officer/Management Trainee, Clerk. Below you can find some usually asked questions from the IBPS CWE applicants about their educational qualifications and in addition to that we have also categorized the eligibility criteria based on various posts.
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Usually Asked Questions Regarding The Eligibility Criteria To Appear For Next IBPS CWE Recruitment (2013-14)
- I have just passed my degree (graduation) course, but did not get my certificates yet. Am i eligible to write IBPS recruitment exam ?.
There are no issues for you to write the CWE, but if you have got a nice score in the examination and called for the interview, you should submit all your documents which include the course certificate also. So we recommend that, if you are sure about getting your certificates issued before the IBPS calls you for the interview, there is nothing in opposition to write the CWE.
- I have passed my higher secondary (+2) education. Will IBPS consider me as an eligible candidate to for the recruitment ?.
No, since IBPS has already changed the minimum educational qualification to degree from a recognized university, you are not supposed to appear for the IBPS CWE. Earlier it was just +2, that is the reason why some of you still have the same doubt.
- Currently I’m pursuing my degree course and in the final year of it. Can i write the IBPS exam ?.
No, it is for sure that you will not able to get to course certificates after 1 or 2 months of the CWE, since you have to submit all your documents at the time of interview and it will possibly be 1 or 2 months after the recruitment exam.
- What is the minimum % of marks i need to obtain to eligible for the IBPS CWE recruitment ?.
There is nothing like minimum % of marks to appear in an IBPS CWE, you just need to pass your degree course (graduation) from a recognized university.
Eligibility Criteria For IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2013-14
For IBPS clerical recruitment, you need to acquire a degree in any subjects from a recognized university to appear for the examination. Computer proficiency is a must for IBPS recruitment, but nowadays from the school level itself students have to learn computer as a compulsory subject. So there is no need to submit a separate certificate to prove the computer proficiency. Knowledge in the local language will be considered as an additional benefit. Regarding the age, for those who are going to appear for the IBPS CWE clerk recruitment 2013-14 should be within the age limit of 20-28. Exceptions will be given to those who are under reserved categories which you can find below.
Eligibility Criteria For IBPS Probationary Officer (PO)/Management Trainee (MT) Recruitment 2013-14
IBPS Update: IBPS has changed the eligibility criteria (educational qualification & age limit) of PO/MT recruitment for the year 2013 from the past, click on link below to know the complete details.
Educational qualification for IBPS PO/MT recruitment is exactly similar to that of clerical. That means, degree from a recognized university should be considered as the prime. For the age limit you should be within the age group of 20-30 in the case of PO/MT recruitment. When comes to the reservations, apart from the categories like minority, ex-servicemen etc there is also an added advantage to those who have worked as clerical staffs.
Eligibility Criteria For IBPS Specialist Officer (SO) Recruitment 2013-14
Unlike from the Clerical and PO/MT, Specialist Officer recruitment has some changes in educational criteria, age limit etc. We will make you understand clearly from the details given below.
IBPS conducts CWE once in an year and the exam dates will be varied according to the various categories like Clerk, Probationary Officer, Specialist Officer. We have written a detailed article which will let you know about ‘When is the next IBPS Exam‘ and it tells about the online registration dates also.
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