BKGB Officer Scale I, II and III Exam Pattern, Selection Process

BKG Bank Officer Scale-I, II & III Selection Process and Exam Pattern 2012

Bihar Kshetriya Gramin Bank (BKGB) is going to conduct written test for the recruitment to the post Officer (MMG) Scale-II & III Group ‘A” and Officer (JMG) Scale-I Group ‘A’ on 15th April 2012. For which online application is going to be made between 13/02/2012 and 12/03/2012. Aspirants who apply against Bihar Kshetriya Gramin Bank (BKGB) recruitment 2012 for the Post of Officer Scale-I, II & III will be called for written test which will be held on 15/04/2012. Before appearing in the test, candidates must go through the exam pattern of the Test and selection process of this recruitment which is being described in the following lines

Selection Process: All the eligible applicants will be called for written test and those who qualify in this test will be called for interview. Final selection will be done on the basis of obtained marks in written test and performance in interview

Exam Pattern: The Written test for the recruitment of Officer Scale-I, II & II will be objective Type consisting of 200 multiple choice questions. Each question carries one mark. Language of this will be English or Hindi. Total time of 2.30 Hours has been stipulated for this test. Bihar Kshetriya Gramin Bank (BKGB) has set two different syllabus of exam for Officer Scale-II & III and Officer Scale-I. Let’s have a look on both syllabus of written test

Officer MMG Scale-III & III (Duration: 2.30 Hours)

Name of TestQuestions Marks
1. Reasoning5050
2. QA & Data Interpretation5050
3. Financial Awareness5050
4. General English (a)5050
5. General Hindi (b)5050
Total200200

Officer JMG Scale-I (Duration: 2.30 Hours)

Name of TestQuestions Marks
1. Reasoning5050
2. Numerical Ability5050
3. GK5050
4. General English (a)5050
5. General Hindi (b)5050
Total200200

Note: Candidates are required to appear only for one Test Paper which should be either (a).General English or (b).General Hindi.

The test carries negative marking. So, candidates should be careful while answering the questions. To qualify this written test, candidates will have to obtain at least 40% Marks of Total but those who belong to SC / ST Category will have to secure at least 35% Marks of total. For more details in this regard, Please visit the Detailed Advertisement

 

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