IBPS Recruitment 2014 (September) Exam Notice
OurEducation Reporter, Published On:18-Jun-2014
IBPS Recruitment 2014 (September) for Officers and Office Assistants
Those candidates who are willing to make their career in banking are required to register themselves for IBPS Recruitment 2014 (September) in order to make their dream come true. Interested candidates satisfying eligibility criteria can apply for this post before 20th June 2014 in order to take part in recruitment process. Cost of application will be made Rs. 600 for unreserved category and Rs. 100 for reserved category respectively.
Examination Scope of IBPS Recruitment 2014
All eligible candidates will have to work as per following posts in different banks after clearing IBPS Recruitment 2014 exam at various locations across country.
- Officers in Group A ((Scale-I, II & III)
- Office Assistants (Multipurpose) in Group B
History of IBPS Exam
IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) is an agency that is autonomous means it is capable of decisions by itself. It started its operation in the year 1975 as PSS (Personnel Selection Services). In the year 1984, IBPS has became an entity that also independent at the behest of RBI (Reserve Bank of India) and PSB (Public Sector Banks).
Last year IBPS Recruitment 2013 online registration for year 2013 were started from 20th July 2013 to 12th August 2013 and respectively written exam was conducted on October 19, 20, 26, 27, 2013 for the recruitment of various posts offered by the Banks.
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This article is written by Ankit Kr.
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