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Default Bank PO And Bank Clerical Post Exams What is Difference

I would like to know the basic difference between the Bank PO And Bank Clerical Post Exams as I & my brother would like to appear for the same?
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Old January 13th, 2016, 06:39 PM
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Default Re: Bank PO And Bank Clerical Post Exams What is Difference

It’s very much the same question that most of the students are unaware about the difference between Clerk and PO job. They can’t understand the basic behind both posts that what is work of a PO? And what is work of a Clerk? And what type of students should apply for PO Job? And what type of apply for Clerk job?.

Clerk: - A clerk is an employee who conducts general office tasks. Clerk is always present in all the departments. The responsibilities of the clerk are to maintain the records filing, staffing service counters, screening specialists, and other regulatory tasks.

Pattern of Clerical Grade Exam: - The Clerical exam is held in 3 phases.

Preliminary exam: - which includes three parts or subjects reasoning consisting of 35 questions of 35 marks each, quantitative aptitude of 35 questions of 35 marks each and English language paper of 30 questions of 30 marks each overall paper of 100 marks of 1 hour.
Main exam: - which includes questions relating of subjects Reasoning, Numerical ability, English language, General Knowledge and computer knowledge each subject comprising of 40 marks in total 200 marks paper.
If this exam is also cleared by the student follow ups to the final round which is of Interview.
Personal Interview

PO :- The word PO stands for “probationary officer” in the banks and is the senior grade than clerk. A P.O. begins as a trainee officer in the Junior Management Grade Service (JMGS) of the bank and can rise to the highest grades of the bank in his vocation turning into a General Manager, a Director or even the Chairman of the Bank.

The Probationary Officer’s job is comparable to a Management Trainee position. For a PO the standard qualities prerequisite are decision-making skills, leadership qualities and intelligence to tackle different situations. The labour done by the PO is the managerial work not the work done by clerk.

IBPS Preliminary Exam:-


Sr No.
Test Name
Qns.
Marks
Duration

1
Reasoning Ability Paper
35
35 01 hour
2
Quantitative Aptitude Paper
35
35
3
English Language Paper
30
30

Total
100
100

Composite Time 01 hour

IBPS PO Mains Exam
Sr. No.
Name of Tests (Objective)
Maximum Marks
Duration

1
Reasoning
50
2
English Language
40
3
Quantitative Aptitude
50
4
General Awareness (with special reference to Banking Industry)
40
5
Computer Knowledge
20

Total
200

Composite Time of 2 hours
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