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IBPS Clerical Cadre recruitment 2014

IBPS Clerical Cadre recruitment 2014

IBPS has begun applications for the selection of candidates to Clerical Cadre posts in the 19 participating banks for the year 2014. IBPS Clerical Cadre 2014 recruitment will include a Common Written Exam (CWE IV) and an interview. The CWE IV has total marks of 200 and the total marks for the interview is 100. The CWE IV will have 80 per cent weightage for final consideration while the interview will have weightage of 100 marks.

IBPS Exam Pattern

The Common Written Examination will be conducted through online mode and is to be completed in 2 hours. The exam consists of 5 sections for a total of 200 marks. The different sections are:

1. Reasoning (40 marks)

2. English Language (40 marks)

3. Numerical Ability (40 marks)

4. General Awareness with special reference to the Banking industry (40 marks)

5. Computer Knowledge (40 marks).


The Common Recruitment Process (CRP) will be conducted in two steps: first aspirants will be required to attempt a Common Written Exam (CWE-IV) following which the successful candidates will be called for interview. Those candidates clearing both steps will be allotted an organization (depending on vacancy) for the financial year 2015-2016.

All sections, with the exception of English Language, will be available in both English and Hindi. Negative marking is applicable with one-fourth of the total value of the question deducted for each incorrect answer. Detailed information on the exam syllabus and question paper will be available after the release of IBPS Clerk 2014 call letters i.e. from November 17, 2014.

Minimum cut off score of the CWE Clerks IV will be decided after the examination, depending on the vacancies available.

IBPS Clerical Cadre Recruitment 2014

Important dates to guide you through IBPS Clerk exam 2014

Online Registration begins: August 12, 2014

Last date for online registration: September 1, 2014

Online application fee payment available from August 12, 2014 to September 1, 2014

Offline application fee payment available from August 14, 2014 to September 3, 2014

Pre-Examination Training call letter for SC/ST/ Minority Community/ EXSM/ PWD candidates available from November 7, 2014 to November 17, 2014

Pre-Examination Training for SC/ST/ Minority Community/ EXSM/ PWD candidates to be held from November 17, 2014 to November 22, 2014

IBPS Clerk exam 2014 call letter available after: November 17, 2014

IBPS Clerk exam 2014 Online Examination tentative dates: December 6, December 7, December 13, December 14, December 20, December 21, and December 27, 2014

IBPS Clerk exam 2014 results to be declared: January 2015

Interview call letters available online from: January 2015

Interview to be conducted during: February 2015

Provisional allotment: April 2015

Participating Banks: Allahabad Bank, Corporation Bank, Syndicate Bank, Andhra Bank, Dena Bank, UCO Bank, Bank of Baroda, Indian Bank, Union Bank of India, Bank of India, Indian Overseas Bank, United Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Vijaya Bank, Canara Bank, Punjab National Bank, Central Bank of India and Punjab and Sind Bank.

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ICSI Introduce Open Book Examination from June.

ICSI Introduce Open Book Examination from June.

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has decided to introduce the Open Book Examination (OBE) from June this year in elective subjects of Module-III of the professional programme examination.

Professional programme offers five elective subjects:

       Banking Law and Practice

       Capital Commodity and Money Market

       Insurance Law and Practice

       Intellectual Property Rights – Law and Practice

       International Business – Laws and Practices

 

Out of all these five subjects, the student needs to select any one subject, according to the interest, ability and career goal.

Although in all the other subjects, the students will be examined as per the traditional examination pattern. This move has come up in order to impart and develop skills of creative thinking, problem solving and decision making among students of professional programmes. Also, to assess the analytical ability, deep understanding of facts, conceptual knowledge and mastery, this has been introduced.

In OBE, the candidates will be able to consult their study material, class notes, textbooks, Bare Acts and other relevant papers while they attempt the answers. The emphasis is to shift the candidates’ memorising and mugging skills to understanding the subject properly and applying it.

The success in this examination will depend on the candidate’s ability to identify inherent issues, application of various techniques, laws, principles etc, unlike a traditional exam that focuses on how much information the candidate has been able to store in his mind.

The new exam pattern will be as follows:

Each question paper would contain six questions carrying 100 marks. Question 1 will contain 50 marks and would have to be answered in 3000-4000 words. Question 2 will contain 30 marks and will be based on the study of regulatory framework related to the subject and Question 3, 4, 5 and 6 will be five marks each, covering important topics of the syllabus.

The examination enrollment system had already been made online from October 2013. Similarly, with effect from June 2014, the ICSI decided to introduce computer-based examination for the Foundation Programme.

IISC Bangalore admissions Notification

IISC Bangalore admissions

Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore has invited admission applications for its various programmes – Research Programmes [Ph D / M Sc (Engg)], Course Programmes [ME/ M Tech/ M Des/M.Mgt], Ph D (Integrated) Programmes and External Registration Programme.

Important Dates:

Last Date to fill and submit online Application Form: 7 March 2014 (only for Sponsored candidates) Regular Candidates can apply till: 5 April 2014 Ph D (Integrated) programme – Website opening and online submission of Applications on IIT, Kanpur website: shortly after JAM results

Course Details:

1. Research Programmes [Ph D/M Sc(Engg)]

Ph D in Science Faculty: Astronomy & Astrophysics, Biochemistry, Ecological Sciences, High Energy Physics, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry, Materials Research, Mathematics, Microbiology & Cell Biology, Molecular Biophysics, Molecular Reproduction, Development & Genetics, Neuroscience, Organic Chemistry, Physics, and Solid State & Structural Chemistry.

M Sc(Engg) and Ph D in Engineering Faculty: Aerospace Engineering, Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Automation, Earth Sciences, Electrical Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Systems Engineering, Instrumentation, Management Studies, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Nano Science and Engineering, Product Design & Manufacturing, Sustainable Technologies, and Supercomputer Education & Research. Ph D in Interdisciplinary areas: Bioengineering, Energy, Mathematical Sciences, Nano Science and Engineering.

Eligibility criteria

Candidates must possess minimum second division in the following degrees in order to apply :

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in an appropriate field of Engineering/Technology/Architecture/ Medicine/ Agriculture/ Pharmacy/ Veterinary Sciences; or Master’s degree in Science in an appropriate field, or Master’s in Economics, Geography, Social Work, Psychology, Management, Commerce, Operations Research, Computer Science/ Application as applicable to the respective departments. Mandatory: Qualifying in one of the following appropriate National Entrance Test (NET) with validity as on 1st August 2014: CSIR-UGC NET for JRF; or UGC-NET for JRF; or DBT JRF; or ICMR JRF; or JEST 2014; or NBHM Screening Test 2014; or GATE 2013/2014 or INSPIRE Fellows (for Ph D).

ME/ M Tech/ M Sc(Engg)/ M Des or MS or MBA (post BE/B Tech) qualified candidates who wish to apply for Ph D of the departments in Engineering Faculty – valid NET qualification is not mandatory but desirable.

2. Course Programmes [ME/ M Tech/M Des/M.Mgt] Master of Engineering (ME) in Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Microelectronic Systems, Signal Processing, Systems Science & Automation, and Telecommunication Engineering.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates possessing a minimum of second class in Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field of Engineering/ Technology or equivalent degree with valid GATE score are eligible to apply. Selection Criteria

Selection is based on valid GATE 2013/2014 score only. Master of Technology (M Tech) in Climate Science, (ii) Computational Science, (iii) Earth Science, (iv) Electronic Systems Engineering, (v) Instrumentation, (vi) Nano Science & Engineering (vii) Transportation & Infrastructure Engineering.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates possessing a minimum of second class in the following qualifying degree with valid GATE score are eligible to apply: Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of Engineering/Technology; or Master’s degree in Science, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics, Geology, Instrumentation, Electro