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Upcoming Bank Exams 2021 – Latest Banking Exams like SBI, RBI, IBPS

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Everybody thinks of getting Government Job but a few just make it. A lot many candidates are unable to crack Government exams due to a lack of information about the exam notifications. We at IBT want to aware of everyone about upcoming Government Jobs in the year 2021. Here’s the exhaustive list of all the upcoming bank exams in the year 2021:

Staff selection commission has revised the SSC exam calendar 2021 and uploaded it on the official site of SSC that is ssc.nic.in. The exam dates for SSC CHSL Tier 1, SSC JE Paper 1, SSC CGL Tier 2, SSC CPO Paper 1, and other exams have been postponed due to the prevailing COVID-19.

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Upcoming Bank Exams

Every aspirant wants to earn a secured future thus most of the graduates apply for various government jobs. There are number of Upcoming bank exams in the year 2021 which has opened the doors with various posts in nationalized banks such as SBI Clerk, RBI Assistant, etc. IBT has crafted an exhaustive list of the upcoming bank exams to be conducted in the year 2021. The list of various Upcoming Bank Exams is mentioned below:

Bank Exams

Bank exams are conducted by various examining authorities of our country such as SBI, IBPS, RBI, NABARD, etc. The annual calendar of these exam is published every year well in advance so that aspirants can prepare for the same and apply for the subsequent exam. IBT has prepared a list of various Upcoming Bank Exams so that aspirants can know the probable dates of the official notifications as announced by various bank examining bodies.

Bank Exam 2021

The bank exam 2021 scheduled could not be held as per the schedule due to an unfortunate outbreak of COVID – 19. With the process of unlock announced by the government of India, all the examining bodies of bank exams and other government exams have notified the list of various UPCOMING BANK EXAMS 2021 and other Government Exams 2021 You are recommended to go through the same to appear in the most awaited exams which were cancelled or postponed due to LOCKDOWN announced worldwide.

Upcoming Government Exams 2021: Bank Exams






Exam

Important Dates

Notification

Details

IBPS PO

Pre Exam:
Phase I: October 3, 10 & 11, 2021

Phase II: January 5th / January 6th, 2021


Mains Exam:
04 Feb 2021(Revised)

Notification Date:

4 Aug 2021
Last Date to Apply:

26 Aug 2021

Registration Link Reopened:


28th Oct 2021 to 11th Nov 2021

IBPS CLERK

Pre Exam:

5th, 12th & 13th Dec 2021`
Mains Exam:

28 Feb 2021(Revised)

NotificationDate:

1 Sep 2021
Registration Dates:

2nd to 23rd Sep 2021

Registration Link Reopened:
23 Oct to 6 Nov 2021

IBPS SO

Pre Exam:

26th, 27th Dec 2021
Mains Exam:

24th January 2021

Notification Date:

2nd Nov 2021
Registration Dates:

2nd to 23rd Nov 2021

IBPS RRB

Pre Exam
Officer Scale I:

12th, 13th, 19th, 20th & 26th Sep 2021
31st Dec 2021


Office Assistant:
12th, 13th, 19th, 20th & 26th Sep 2021
2nd to 4th Jan 2021

Mains Exam:
Officer Scale-I: 30 Jan 2021

Officer Assistant: 20 Feb 2021


Single Examination Officers II & III :

18th October 2021
Office Assistant:

Postponed
Officer Scale I:

Postponed

Notification:

30th June 2021
Registration Dates:

1st – 21st July 2021

Registration Link Reopened:
26 Oct to 9 Nov 2021




Exam

Important Dates

Notification

Details

SBI PO

Pre Exam:
31st December, 2nd, 4th & 5th Jan 2021
Mains Exam:
29-Jan-2021

Notification/

Registration Dates:

14 Nov to 4 Dec 2021

SBI CLERK

Pre Exam:
Feb-March 2021
Mains Exam:
April 19, 2021?

Notification:

2nd January 2021
Registration Dates:

3rd to 26th January 2021

Government exams

Government Exams are one of the most preferred exams in India. Getting through a Government exam is a dream comes true for many aspirants due to the reward it offers in terms of security and stability throughout life.

With the competition level raising high every aspirant is trying to secure a job by qualifying one or the other government exams. Every year the Government of India holds number of exams to fill the posts in their governmental bodies.

Government exams 2021

Aspirant looking forward to appearing in any of the Upcoming Government Exams 2021 need to have a general overview of Government Exams 2021 therefore they should have relevant information about the subsequent exams. IBT has prepared the list of the upcoming government exam tentative dates for that have been declared for a few exams for 2020. On the other hand, candidates must keep checking the official website for updated information regarding the government exams.

Government Exams 2021 (Frequently Asked Questions):

Q1. Which are the top Bank Exams in 2021?

Ans1. Banks generally release their vacancies for the posts of Probationary Officer (PO), Specialist Officer (SO), and clerk. In 2021, following top bank exam vacancies will be released of SBI PO, SBI clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS SO, RBI Grade B & RBI Assistant.

Q2. What is the eligibility for bank PO?

EDUCATIONAL ELIGIBILITY: A Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.
AGE ELIGIBILITY: A candidate must be 21-30 years of age (Age relaxation of 5 years is given to candidates belonging to SC and ST. The candidates belonging to OBC categories are given an age relaxation of 3 years. The ex-servicemen and the candidates holding Jammu and Kashmir quota are also given an age relaxation of 5 years).

Q3.What qualification is needed for a bank P.O. job?

Ans. A candidate appearing for Bank PO exam needs a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q4. What is the age limit for bank PO exams?

Ans. To apply for Bank PO exam, a candidate must be 21-30 years of age. Age relaxation of 5 years is provided to candidates belonging to SC and ST. The candidates of OBC categories are given an age relaxation of 3 years. The ex-servicemen and the candidates having Jammu and Kashmir quota are also given an age relaxation of 5 years.

Q5. What are the eligibility criteria for IBPS PO?

Ans5.EDUCATION: A candidate must have a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

AGE:

  • A candidate must be 21-30 years of age.
  • Age relaxation of 5 years is given to candidates belonging to SC and ST.
  • The candidates belonging to OBC categories are given an age relaxation of 3 years.
  • The ex-servicemen and the candidates holding Jammu and Kashmir quota are also given an age relaxation of 5 years.

Q6. What are the eligibility criteria for SBI PO?

Ans6.A candidate appearing for SBI PO must be 21-30 years of age.Age relaxation of 5 years is given to those candidates who belong to SC and ST.The candidates belonging to OBC categories are given an age relaxation of 3 years.The ex-servicemen and the candidates holding Jammu and Kashmir quota are also provided an age relaxation of 5 years.A Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q7. Is 60% necessary in graduation to become a bank PO?

Ans7. No, 60% in graduation is not necessary to appear for IBPS or SBI PO exams. But RBI Grade B demands at least 60% marks in aggregate for all semester/ years (50% for SC/ ST/ PWD) or an equivalent grade in Bachelor’s degree.

Q8. Is a B.Tech student eligible for bank exams?

Ans8. Yes, a B.Tech student is eligible for bank exam. Even banks particularly provide Specialist Officer (SO) vacancies for the B.Tech graduates.

Q9. What percentage is required in graduation for the IBPS exam?

Ans9. Percentage in graduation is not considered in the eligibility criteria for IBPS exams. A candidate only needs to have a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q10. What is the minimum percentage required in graduation for SBI PO?

Ans10. Percentage in graduation is not considered in the eligibility criteria for SBI PO exam. A candidate just needs to have a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q11. I have less than 60% marks in Bachelors, am I eligible for IBPS PO?

Ans11. Yes, you are eligible for the IBPS PO exam. IBPS PO exam doesn’t demand any minimum percentage. So, don’t worry and do your preparation enthusiastically.

Q12. Can a B.Sc graduate apply for bank exams?

Ans12. Yes, a B.Sc graduate can apply for bank exam. To appear in Bank PO and Clerk exams, you just need to have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q13. What is the minimum percentage required in 12th for SBI PO?

Ans13. The SBI PO official notification states nothing about the minimum percentage in class 12th. A candidate needs to have a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government to appear in SBI PO exam.

Q14. Can a BA student apply for the bank exam?

Ans14. Yes, a BA student can apply for the bank exam. All the candidates having a Graduate Degree in any discipline from a recognized University is eligible for bank exam.

Q15. Is a final year student eligible for SBI PO exam?

Ans15. Final year candidates are also eligible to apply, however, they can only apply provisionally. SBI‘s official notification specifies a date before which the student in final year have to produce his/her passing mark sheet or proof of passing the graduation exam.

Q16. How many attempts are in the IBPS PO?

Ans16. No attempts are counted in the IBPS PO exam. Candidates don’t need to worry about the attempts for the exam. Just prepare for the exam without any tension.

Q17. Which are the top SSC exams in 2021?

Ans17. SSC exams come with many opportunities for the candidates. This year, SSC will release their following exam vacancies:

  • SSC CGL
  • SSC CHSL
  • SSC CPO
  • SSC JE
  • SSC STENO
  • SSC SELECTION POST
  • SSC MTS

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