We covered the aspects of the first IBPS exam on October of last year. The previous exam was a huge success among the job seekers who were desperately looking for openings in various financial institutions in India. The best thing about the IBPS system is that it handles a single window exam, a common selection procedure that shapes a rank list, from which the participating banks can select applicants matching their needs. Every year IBPS sets up exams for three job categories; PO, Clerical cadre and for specialist officers.
So far, in this year, IBPS has invited applications for Specialist officers and Probationary Officers, and for both the time is now over. IBPS PO exam 2012 is plotted to be conducted on 17th July 2012. However, the final dates will be confirmed only when they release the call letters for download The set of banks that accept IBPS score is given below.
The basic qualification for appearing in IBPS exam (more in-depth coverage) is just a degree from a recognized Indian university. Syllabus for PO/Clerk/Specialist is almost similar, but the specialist officer cadre will have to face questions specific to the area of service. Application for IBPS exam is accepted through the internet at www.ibps.in. However, the fee payment can be made either online or offline. As of 2012, the age limit for applying IBPS exam is 20-30 years and a relaxation up-to 10 yrs is granted for physically challenged persons. So don’t miss the IBPS exam 2012 if you’re hunting for a bank job here in India.