The Banking sector is providing great opportunities for young aspirants who are seeking a position in this sector. India is racing towards becoming the 5th largest economy in the world. Taking the recruitment notification for IBPS, SBI, RBI, and LIC into consideration, it is observed that more and more opportunities are being created for the aspirants every year and many candidates are recruited for the vacant posts. There are a large number of public and government banks running all over India which have plenty of branches across the country. For the year 2020 various banks have indicated that they will be releasing the notifications for clerical cadre and officer posts. Today’s blog on Upcoming Banking Exams is for aspirants who are aspiring to join the banking sector. You can check the tentative details regarding the notifications, registration details, eligibility criteria as indicated by the organizations for 2020.
Upcoming Banking Exams – Schedule
Below is the tentative schedule for the upcoming banking exams in 2020.
|Exam in 2020||Tentative Notification Date||Tentative Exam Dates|
|Notification release date||Registration Start Date|
|SBI SO||Sept-20||Sept-20||October – 2020|
|IBPS PO||Jul-20||Aug-20||Preliminary Exam: October 2020
Mains Exam: November 2020
Preliminary Exam: Dec 2020
Mains Exam : January 2021
|SBI PO||Apr-20||Apr-20||Preliminary Exam – June 2020
Mains Exam – July 2020
Preliminary – July 2020
Mains Exam – September 2020
|RBI ASSISTANT||Oct-20||Preliminary Exam: November 2020
Mains Exam: December 2020
|IBPS RRB||Jul-20||Aug-20||Preliminary Exam: Officer Scale I and Office Assistant: September 2020
Main Exam: Officer Scale I: November Office Assistants: November 2020
|RBI GRADE B||May-20||Prelims – June 2020
Main Exam – July 2020
|NABARD||Jul-20||Jul-20||Prelims – August 2020
Main Exam – August 2020
Things to keep in mind – Upcoming Banking Exams
Basic Eligibility Criteria for upcoming banking exams
- Candidate should be a citizen of India.
- Candidate’s age must be between 18 to 35 years as on given date.
- Candidate must possess a graduation degree from a recognized university.
- Reserved candidates must have valid documents while applying under reservation category.
As you have plenty of time for the upcoming exams, you can start preparing from now onwards and not keep everything for the last moment here are some tips that will help you in your preparation.
- First step is to familiarise yourself with the exam pattern.
- After familiarising yourself with the exam pattern the next step is to design a timetable that would help you in aligning a systematic study schedule.
- Start your preparation from scratch (if this is your first attempt).
- Practice as much as you can.
- Increase your accuracy and efficiency while solving questions or giving mock tests.
- After every mock do a thorough analysis to understand what are your weaker sections and needs more practice.
- Make sure to manage time in an efficient manner.
- Banking preparation requires extensive practice and the application of tricks and logics that are acquired
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