Best IBPS PO Exam Preparation



Bank jobs in India were considered prestigious for a long time until the upraise of IT but now the bank exams are considered as one of the top entrance tests taken by fresher's compared to other career options. With a single common written exam & interview, bank recruitments have become more simplified. Hence in order to keep yourself update, PROUDSHALA has extensive coaching program for the aspiring SSC students to get through the bank exams may it be concerning any banking systems with more of practical knowledge instead of just imparting the theoretical know how.


Probationary officer's exam is in fact the only officer cadre exam in banking industry. Later on these probationary officers only reach to higher posts. Keeping all this in view, PROUDSHALA has tailored the full syllabus along with the facility of providing lectures by the bank officials; for providing the complete thorough knowledge about the banking system of Indian scheduled and non-scheduled banks.

Recruitment of probationary officers in banks through the written test and a subsequent interview for which PROUDSHALA has complete arrangement of mock interview rooms so as to make the students to develop self confidence and improve the individual speaking skills. Special provision is made for the ease of students along with news papers and the business magazines and bulletins. Some banks do the selection only by written exams but other have a process of interview with successful candidates but some banks like State Bank of India has three stages of selection process e.g. written exam, interviews, and group discussions.


Indian National. In some banks; there are also provisions for subjects of some neighboring countries as well.


Minimum qualification is graduation. However banks also prescribe about 55 to 60% of marks in graduation. The minimum required marks can also be different for science, commerce, and arts streams but there are always provisions for reserved categories and sports men.


Which so ever is the bank but most of the banks have the age limit as 21 to 30 years. This is most of the times, relaxed by 5 years in case of reserved categories.

As it is there are no fixed dates for exams but each bank advertises the date of exams as per the number of students and the requirement of banks. Each bank conducting the PO exams; provides sufficient number of examination centre in the country covering state capitals and important cities. Always the duly advertisements are given in leading news papers and Bank bulletins.

However; the PROUDSHALA keeps its concerned students with the indicative information as is provided on as is and as available basis but PROUDSHALA make no claims on accuracy and reliability of the information as the correct information is to be confirmed one week in advance prior to the earlier prescribed dates.