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ALLAHABAD BANK CLERK EXAM Exam Pattern

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ALLAHABAD BANK CLERK EXAM 2011-12

The selection will be on the basis of written test and interview. All eligible candidates will be called for a written examination, which will be both Objective in nature.     

WRITTEN TEST

a. OBJECTIVE TESTS

The written test will comprise Objective Tests consisting of

(1) Test of Reasoning Ability

(2) Test of Numerical Ability

(3) Test of English Language

(4) Test of Clerical Aptitude

(5) Test of Computer knowledge.

i.The questions in Objective tests except for the Test of English will be in printed in bilingual, i.e.English & Hindi.

ii.Details/information regarding the written test will be given in the ‘Information Booklet’ which will be available in the Bank’s website along with the Call Letter for the Written Test.

iii.The passing marks in each of the tests will be decided by the Bank on the basis of the performance of all the competing candidates taken together in each test to a minimum required level (State-wise). Candidates have to pass in each of the Objective test separately. Candidates are also required to score a minimum 40% cut-off (35% for SC/ST/OBC/PC/Ex-servicemen) marks in aggregate to be considered for being called for interview. Bank reserves the right to vary cut-off marks.

iv.There will be separate cut-off marks for reserved category candidates with relaxed standards.

 

(B) Interview:

Depending upon the number of vacancies, a certain number of candidates who pass in each test and rank sufficiently high from among those who qualify on the basis of aggregate marks in the written examination would be called for the interview. The candidate has to secure minimum passing marks in the interview.

(C) Final selection (State-wise) will be made on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in the written test & Interview taken together and will be strictly according to the descending order of merit.

Merely satisfying the eligibility criteria does not entitle a candidate to be called for written test / Interview The Bank reserves the right to alter, modify or change any of the other terms and conditions spelt out in this advertisement, including selection criteria for passing/method and procedure for selection.