Opening date for online registration: June 01, 2009 Closing date for online registration: June 27, 2009 Date of Written Test: August 09, 2009 (TENTATIVE) Pay Scale: Rs. 4410 - Rs. 13210 + DA, HRA, CCA etc. Age Limit (As on April 30, 2009): 18 to 28 years Reservation of Posts: 1750 (SC: 278, ST: 211, OBC: 431, GEN: 830) Educational Qualifications: (as on April 30, 2009) (1) Pass with 50% marks in the aggregate, either in the Higher Secondary School (HSC) Examination or Standard XII under the 10+2+3 pattern or Standard XI under the 11+4 pattern or Intermediate Examination or Pre-University Examination from a recognised Educational Board; Call for Batch Details: 9855171046 (2) Candidates’ having completed Foundation Course on Computer Awareness & Office Automation for duration of minimum 3 months from a Computer Institute, is desirable. The requirement of having completed the said Course will be waived in case of those candidates having Computer subject as part of the curriculum at the Pre- Degree / Degree level. (3) Knowledge of Regional Language of a particular State / Union Territory for which candidate apply, is desirable. (4) The Percentage of Marks stipulated for the Educational Qualification is for General (Unreserved) Category Candidates. Candidates belonging to the Reserved Category (SC / ST / OBC / PWD), filling in vacancies reserved for the relevant category, will be entitled to a relaxation of 5% Marks in relation to that stipulated for General Category Candidates. Candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC / PWD categories filling in “unreserved” vacancies will not be entitled to the above referred relaxation. Selection Procedure: The final selection will be made on the basis of the candidate’s performance in: A. Written Objective Test: 300 Marks, B. Personal Interview: 100 Marks Qualifying Marks: In order to qualify for interview the candidate is required to obtain minimum 40 % marks in each objective test (35% marks for Reserved Category) and 50% marks in all the Objective Tests taken together. (45% marks for Reserved Category) BANK CLERK COACHING CLASSES *ALL TOPICS* www.gjtutorial.com Bank Clerk Coaching GJ TUTORIAL, # 3094, 37D, 98551-71046 Syllabus for Bank of India (Clerical) Written Examination (Objective): Number of Questions: 200, Maximum Marks: 300, Time Allowed: 90 minutes 1. Test of Reasoning & Numerical Aptitude (100 Questions, 200 Marks) 2. Test of Clerical Aptitude (50 Questions, 50 Marks) 3. Test of English Language (50 Questions, 50 Marks) (B) Written Examination (Descriptive): This test consists of higher order cognitive abilities to assess knowledge on current developments and communication skills. Descriptive Test is only a qualifying one not reckoned for merit ranking, i.e. one must obtain a minimum of 50% marks and 35% marks for SC/ST/OBC category but the marks so obtained are not added in the aggregate marks for preparing merit list. Duration: 60 minutes, Marks: 100 (5 compulsory questions with internal options) (D) Personal Interview A personal interview of 100 Marks shall be conducted to assess the candidate’s academic record interpersonal relations adaptability, courtesy motivation, general demeanor and attitude towards work, communication skill etc. The minimum qualifying marks for interview would be 50% (45% for Reserved Category). Application Fee: SC / ST / PWD / ExSM: NIL, GEN / OBC: Rs.250.00. Application fee has to be paid in any of Bank of India Branches by computer-generated challan. Fees in any other mode will not be accepted. How to Apply: (i) Candidate should have a valid e-mail id. (ii) The candidate should apply on-line through website www.bankofindia.co.in (iii) As a First Step, candidate should take out Pre-printed Challan. Click here for Pre-printed Challan. (iv) Against the above-said Challan, the candidate should make the payment of fees in any of the Bank of India branches on or before June 27, 2009. (v) Once the payment of fees is made, the concerned branch will give him a Unique Transaction Code No. ( In case of Non-C.B.S. Branches, such Transaction Number will not be given). (vi) Fill the Application Online. (viii) Application should be saved and after verification submitted by click to submit button. (ix) Application should be printed and photo affixed on that, to be kept ready for submission to us at the time of interview at the Interview Venue. (x) You should note / remember your password for future reference and use. Download More Details from Bank of India Website: http://www.bankofindia.co.in/UserFiles/File/ADVTClericalnew08.doc Link to Apply Online for Bank of India Clerical Exam: http://app5.ibps.in/boiclerk09/ Coaching for Bank Clerical High Court, EPFO, SSC, PNB GJ Tutorial, # 3094, 37D Call 9855171046 to Enrol Now SMALL BATCH, PRINTED NOTES, REGULAR TESTS, SOLVED SAMPLE PAPERS Visit www.gjtutorial.com for FREE Job Alerts and application forms NOTE: GJ Tutorial, The Printer and The Retailer can NOT be held responsible for any mistake in the information. This information is made available to you AS IS. Please confirm the details from the IOB’s Website.