IBPS conducts Common Written Exam (CWE) once in a year for the recruitment of Scale – I, II & III and Office Assistants in various Regional Rural Banks. Based on the performance in the written test and interview, the participating banks recruit candidates in their banks.
Candidates, intending to apply for CWE Scale -I, II & III and Office Assistants should ensure that they fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria specified by IBPS.
Normally, we have seen that aspirants are in different state of minds about how to make strategies to prepare for each section in the IBPS RRB Exam and which are the important topics to be prepared first. If you plan well for the exam, we assure that you can crack this exam in your first attempt. IBPS CWE RRB Officer Preparation plan is quite detailed, elaborate and descriptive and it has in total of five subjects.
INSTITUTE OF BANKING PERSONNEL SELECTION (IBPS) RRB CWE III 2014 EXAM PATTERN is different for Office Assistants, Scale 1, Scale 2 and Scale 3 Officers although both category exam patterns touch the four major subjects.
Best Books and study material play a vital in the preparation of any exam. There are thousands of books floating around for preparation of IBPS RRB Exam conducted by IBPS through Common Written Exam (CWE). So, choose the best one available in the market.
SSC CGL or IBPS Bank PO, which one is better? SSC CGL! No, IBPS PO! No, SSC CGL! .. Most of you must be confused about it! A Fact! (Ok! Please acknowledge it).
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