Get Bank Jobs in Your Home town with IBPS Common Written Exam for Regional Rural Banks
IBPS had really become a talk of the town and this fact is verified by a good news that IBPS had been given responsibility by the Government of India to conduct separate Common written exam for Selection of Personnel in Regional Rural Banks or Gramin Banks.
Earlier in 2011, IBPS had introduced the Concept of Common Written Exam for the Post of Clerks, PO's and Specialist Officers and successfully conducted the exam for these posts.
IBPS to Conduct 5 Common Written Exams in an Year.
Since there is mass retirement of Employees in Public Sector banks in 2013-2014, so IBPS had decided to conduct 5 Common Written Exams every year(There will be 2 Exams for Officers, 2 for Clerks and One for Specialist Officers Posts)
If you are preparing for the IBPS Common Written Exams 2012, then there is some good news for you is that The Next IBPS PO Exam is scheduled to be held in the month of June 2012 and the next IBPS Clerical exam will be conducted in August-September 2012.For more details about both these exam, you can check the Links given below
Separate Common Written Exam (CWE) for 82 Regional Rural Banks
Apart from the above mentioned 5 Common Written Exam, IBPS will now have to conduct separate Common Written Exam for Officers and Staff in 82 Regional Rural Banks.Although there is no exact date intimated by the authorities for the RRB Common Written Exam, but when ever there is any news on dates of Notifications, the same will be intimated to students through this Website.
Eligibility Conditions in Regional Rural Banks.
Since the Job Profile of Regional Rural Banks is different from those of Public Sector banks, so the eligibility conditions (Like Knowledge of Local Language) and the exam pattern will differ from those of Common Written Exam for PO, clerks and Specialist Officers.Because of theses differences, it will not be possible for IBPS to allow candidates to apply for Jobs in Regional Rural Banks
Number of Vacancies in Regional Rural Banks
Since 1990, there is no recruitment drive conducted by Regional Rural Banks.According to Secretary General, All-India RRB Employees Association Mr Mr Dilip Kumar Mukherjee, RRB's are facing a huge shortage of employees due to expansion of business and Bulk retirement of Employees in the Upcoming years i.e from 2012 to 2015
It is expected that there are thousands of vacancies in the Regional Rural Banks.So its time to start preparing for Six Common Written Exams in an year.
The Selection Procedure for the recruitment of staff in Regional Rural banks shall consists of a Common Written Exam that will be conducted by IBPS. Successful candidates in the Written Exam will be issued scorecards based on their performance and subsequently they will be called by Bank's.The candidates are required to fulfill the Eligibility criteria of Rural Bank for which they are applying.
It is worth mentioning here that there might be difference in the eligibility criteria of IBPS and those of Regional Rural Banks.Since it is Common Entrance test , So IBPS will have a Common eligibility criteria (Like Age Limit, Eligibility conditions etc), where as Rural Banks will have Different eligibility Criteria depending upon their requirement.
National Bank for Rural and Agricultural Development (NABARD) will supervise the whole Selection Process of CWE of IBPS
Rural Bank Jobs in Your Home Town
Students who are looking for Bank Jobs in their Home town will have good news is that IBPS Common Written Exam for Rural Banks will help you in getting a Job in Your Home town
Since the Rural Banks are located with in the Local area, so students applying for this Common Written Exam must have to satisfy the eligibility conditions in terms of Domicile Status and Knowledge of Local Knowledge.
This exam is definitely be a boon for those candidates who did not want to shift from their Home Location for the sake of Job