Since the latest IBPS recruitment 2013-14 is on its way, you all may be a little bit anticipated about your educational qualification and age limit according to the IBPS eligibility criteria. In addition to that, most of the aspirants show their annoyance towards IBPS because the news are spreading like there will definitely be a change in minimum educational qualification and age limit in the upcoming IBPS PO recruitment 2013. Some you might have not heard about the changes.
Since we are getting a lot of queries asking about the distance education and recognized universities from which candidates should be graduated, we are going to write in detail about both the terms.
What Does Distance Education Mean ? & Are The Candidates Who Graduated By Distance Education Eligible For IBPS Exam ?
Distance education means the student learns about a particular subject or a degree according to the detailed syllabus without the presence of an instructor. There will not be regular classes for distance education rather students study themselves with the resources they have. Exams will be conducted as usual in any of the government approved colleges and the candidates/students have to appear in those examinations to get qualified in the distance education courses.
Most of the IBPS aspirants are skeptical about whether they are eligible to write the IBPS recruitment exam since they have taken their graduation from any distant education methods. There is no need to worry about it, you are eligible for writing the exams which is either clerical or PO or SO because IBPS needs just a degree in any subject which should be from a recognized university. We have detailed about recognized universities below.
Before moving to know more about recognized universities, you may be also interested to know some further details of latest IBPS recruitment 2013.
Recognized Universities In IBPS Recruitment, Which Are They ?.
Universities which are affiliated with UGC (University Grants Commission, India) are considered as recognized universities in IBPS recruitment. Before getting the affiliation, the universities should be approved by UGC. We have listed the names of universities (state wise) below which are recognized by UGC and you can check it whether the university from which you have taken your graduation (degree) is approved by UGC.
Note: Colleges that you studied should be approved by the government of India. So if you have taken your graduation from a college which is not approved by the Indian government, it will be an issue for IBPS recruitment.
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