Federal Bank Clerk

About Federal Bank Clerk Exam

  • Exam Pattern
  • Eligibility

Federal Bank Clerk Exam Pattern & Selection Process

Federal Bank Clerk Exam selection process consists of 3 stages:

  1. Aptitude Test + Psychometric Test
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Personal Interview

Federal Bank Clerk – Exam Pattern

The exam pattern for Federal Bank Clerk Recruitment 2018 is given below:

Sections Number of

Questions

Marks Time
Verbal Ability / English Language 20 20 Total Time of 60 Minutes
Logical Aptitude / Reasoning 20 20
Quantitative / Numerical Ability 20 20
General, Socio-Economic & Banking 10 10
Computer Awareness 10 10
Digital Banking 10 10
Total 90 90
  • NEGATIVE Marks – 0.25 for each wrong answer.
  • Federal Bank Online Aptitude Test is followed by a Psychometric Questionnaire on the same computer. The Maximum duration of this Psychometric Questionnaire is 15 minutes.
  • Candidates who qualify the Aptitude test will be called for Group Discussion & Interview.

 

Federal Bank Clerk Eligibility Criteria

There are 3 eligibility criteria that one should satisfy in order to sit for Federal Bank Clerk Exam 2018.

  1. Age
  2. Education
  3. Domicile

Age Limit (as on 1st July 2018)

Maximum Age – 24 years(You should be born on or after 01.07.1994)

Educational Qualifications  

  • You should be a Graduate or Postgraduate with a minimum of 60% marks in any discipline from a recognized University or any other institution.
  • If your highest qualification is Graduation then you should have completed your Graduation during the academic years 2016-17 or 2017-18.
  • If your highest qualification is Post-Graduation then you should have completed your Post-Graduation during the academic years 2016-17 or 2017-18.
  • You should have completed your academics from 10th onwards in a regular mode of study.
  • You should have a consistent academic record of a minimum of 60% marks from class 10th onwards i.e Graduates should have 60% for 10th, 12th & Graduation & Post Graduates should have 60 % for 10th, 12th, Graduation & Post–Graduation.

Place of Domicile

  • You should be a domicile of any of the following Indian States –  Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, New Delhi, Punjab or Tamil Nadu.

 

About Federal Bank Clerk Exam

Federal Bank Clerk Exam Pattern & Selection Process

Federal Bank Clerk Exam selection process consists of 3 stages:

  1. Aptitude Test + Psychometric Test
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Personal Interview

Federal Bank Clerk – Exam Pattern

The exam pattern for Federal Bank Clerk Recruitment 2018 is given below:

Sections Number of

Questions

Marks Time
Verbal Ability / English Language 20 20 Total Time of 60 Minutes
Logical Aptitude / Reasoning 20 20
Quantitative / Numerical Ability 20 20
General, Socio-Economic & Banking 10 10
Computer Awareness 10 10
Digital Banking 10 10
Total 90 90
  • NEGATIVE Marks – 0.25 for each wrong answer.
  • Federal Bank Online Aptitude Test is followed by a Psychometric Questionnaire on the same computer. The Maximum duration of this Psychometric Questionnaire is 15 minutes.
  • Candidates who qualify the Aptitude test will be called for Group Discussion & Interview.

 

Federal Bank Clerk Eligibility Criteria

There are 3 eligibility criteria that one should satisfy in order to sit for Federal Bank Clerk Exam 2018.

  1. Age
  2. Education
  3. Domicile

Age Limit (as on 1st July 2018)

Maximum Age – 24 years(You should be born on or after 01.07.1994)

Educational Qualifications  

  • You should be a Graduate or Postgraduate with a minimum of 60% marks in any discipline from a recognized University or any other institution.
  • If your highest qualification is Graduation then you should have completed your Graduation during the academic years 2016-17 or 2017-18.
  • If your highest qualification is Post-Graduation then you should have completed your Post-Graduation during the academic years 2016-17 or 2017-18.
  • You should have completed your academics from 10th onwards in a regular mode of study.
  • You should have a consistent academic record of a minimum of 60% marks from class 10th onwards i.e Graduates should have 60% for 10th, 12th & Graduation & Post Graduates should have 60 % for 10th, 12th, Graduation & Post–Graduation.

Place of Domicile

  • You should be a domicile of any of the following Indian States –  Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, New Delhi, Punjab or Tamil Nadu.

 

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