Banking clerk (PREP KIT)


Banking clerk (PREP KIT)


Banking clerk Exam Kit Contains:

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Banking clerk

A Bank Clerk is responsible for a lot of customer services provided at various Banks. … Being a front office job, a Bank Clerk pays a vital role in providing the best customer service to all the existing customers of the Bank.

The preliminary exam is divided into three section: Reasoning, English Language, Numerical Ability. The mains exam is divided into four section: Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, General/Financial Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language. This pattern again differs for different Bank Clerk Exams.

Bank Clerk Eligibility

The bank clerk eligibility criteria guide you on whether you are eligible for the job application or not. Following are the eligibility criteria for the Bank clerk job that you must know.

  1. Age Limit for Bank Clerk – The age must be minimum of 20 Years and a maximum of 28 years old to apply for this post.
  2. Age Relaxation – There are 5 years of age relaxation for SC/ST and 3 years of age relaxation for the OBC category. For Ex-Servicemen and Disabled Ex-Servicemen, the Actual period of service rendered in defence services + 3 years, (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) is subject to a max. age of 50 years.
  3. Education Qualification Eligibility – The candidate should have graduated from government recognized university. Only the valid mark sheet will be considered. They should be proficient in the official language of the State. Moreover, a candidate should be able to operate the computer and basic operation on it.
  4. Nationality/ Citizenship – Citizenship of India required or A subject of Nepal / Bhutan or the Tibetan Refugee who shifted to India before January 1, 1962, with the intention of permanently settling in India.

Bank Clerk Syllabus

The bank clerk syllabus is divided into two exams; Preliminary and Mains exam respectively. The syllabus is a little different for both preliminary exams and mains exams. Below is the structure for the bank clerk exam syllabus along with the subjects:

Sr. No. Exam Name of Subject
1 Preliminary Exam Reasoning
English Language
Numerical Ability
2 Mains Exam Reasoning and Computer Aptitude
General/Financial Awareness
Quantitative Aptitude
English Language


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