Eligibility criteria and selection process for bank exams

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Eligibility criteria and selection process for bank exams

Eligibility Criteria for Bank Exams:

1. Educational Qualification: Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university. Some banks may require specific educational qualifications for different positions.

2. Age Limit: The minimum age limit for bank exams is 21 years, and the maximum age limit is 30 years. The upper age limit is relaxable for candidates belonging to reserved categories.

3. Nationality: Candidates must be Indian citizens.

4. Language: Candidates should have proficiency in the regional language of the state in which they are applying.

Selection Process for Bank Exams:

1. Preliminary Examination: This is the first stage of the selection process, where candidates are tested on their aptitude in various subjects such as Reasoning, English Language, and Quantitative aptitude.

2. Main Examination: Those who qualify in the preliminary examination are eligible to appear for the main examination. In this stage, candidates are tested on their knowledge of various subjects, including General Awareness, Reasoning, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and Computer Knowledge.

3. Group Discussion and Personal Interview: Candidates who successfully clear the main examination are shortlisted for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

4. Final Selection: The final selection of candidates is based on the cumulative performance in the main examination, Group Discussion and Personal Interview, and other criteria set by the bank.

Note: The selection process may vary depending on the specific bank and the position applied for.

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