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Saturday, December 18, 2010

ICICI Bank : Probationary Officers Recruitment - MAY 2011 Batch

ICICI Bank : Probationary Officers Recruitment - MAY 2011 Batch:

ICICI Bank the largest private sector bank in India announces recruitment of Probationary Officers for May 2011 Batch.


Important Dates:

Last date to apply: 05-Jan-2011
Aptitude Test & Interview: January - February 2011 (Probable date)

Educational Qualification:

Completed graduation with 55% (Aggregate) in any discipline.

Age limit:

Up to 25 years of age as on May 01, 2011 (should have been born on or after May 01, 1986).

Application Procedure:

The applicant must apply online in the bank website. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for selection process.

Selection Procedure:

There will be an aptitude test and Interview. The selected candidates will undergo a one year intensive residential classroom training and internship. During the training, a stipend will be given to Probationary Officers to meet out of pocket expenses. On successful completion of the training, they will be absorbed as "Assistant Manager".

Website:

Click here for Bank notification, clarifications, sample questions and Applying online.

Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Recruitment

Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Recruitment:

Tamilnad Mercantile Bank one of the oldest private sector banks has announced recruitment of Clerks in 2010 - 2011.



Vacancy Details:

Clerks: Payscale: Rs.8000 (During Training)

Important Dates:

Last date to apply: 20-Dec-2010
Receipt of application printouts: 27-Dec-2010

Educational Qualification:

55% in any Degree OR PG from a recog. university (regular)

Age limit:

Not above 24yrs(UG) & 27yrs(PG) of age, as on 30-sept-2010

Eligibility:

Knowledge in computers is required.

Application Fee:

Fee of Rs.200 & Rs.100(SC/ST) has to be paid by DD drawn in favor of Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd. payable at Tuticorin.

Application Procedure:

Applicants have to register & upload resume at their website, before proceeding to apply for this job. The printout of the filled online application has to sent to the mentioned address along with DD & copies of necessary documents within 5 days of registering online at www.tmb.in

Website:

For more details, Visit the official notification.

Bank Of India (BoI) announces Recruitment of Officers and Clerks (North East)

Bank Of India (BoI) announces Recruitment of Officers and Clerks:

Bank Of India (BoI) one of the largest public sector banks in India has announced recruitment of 100 Officers & 70 Clerks in 2010 - 2011.


Vacancy Details:

Clerks: 70 posts, Payscale: Rs.7200-19300
General Banking Officers (Scale I) - 100 posts - Payscale: Rs.14500 – 25700
General Banking Officers (Scale II) - 20 posts – Payscale: Rs.19400 – 28100

Important Dates:

Online application: 15-Dec-2010 to 3-Jan-2011
Date of Written Test for Officer posts: 6-Mar-2011
Date of Written Test for Clerks: 13-Mar-2011

Educational Qualification:

Officers: 60% marks aggregate in Graduation (UG) from a recog. university
Clerks: Pass in degree OR 50% aggregate in HSC/ XII std. exam

Age limit:

Officers: Should be 21 – 30yrs of age, as on 30-Nov-2010
Clerks: Should be 18 – 28yrs, as on 30-Nov-2010

Application Fee:

No Fee for SC/ST
Rs.400(officer) & Rs.250(clerk) has to be paid at any Bank of India branches with the given challan by Jan 3, 2011.

Note:

This special recruitment project 2010-2011 from Bank of India is only for vacancies in North East states - Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Sikkim & Tripura. Although candidates from other states can also apply, initial posting would be at above places only.

Website:

Click here to Download the notification

Indian Bank Clerk exam results published


The results of candidates who have qualified in the written test held on 22.08.2010 for recruitment of Clerks is published in the Bank website. They will  receive call letter from Bank for face to face interview. The interview may start from 03-Jan-2011.

Click here to see the results in bank website

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Bank of Baroda 2000 Clerk Recruitment - Final Result

Bank of Baroda announces the Final Result of 2000 clerk recruitment for which the written test was conducted on 06-June-2010.

Click here to see the results

Dena Bank Recruitment 2010-1011 - 452 Officer Posts

Dena Bank Recruits 452 Officers:

Dena Bank has announced recruitment of Probationary Officers, managers and Agriculture officers in 2010 - 2011.


Vacancy Details:

1. Probationary Officer – 100 posts, Payscale: Rs.14500–25700 /month
2. Manager (Scale II – Operations)- 258 posts , Payscale: Rs.19400-28100 /month
3. Agriculture Officer – 10 posts
*Refer the advertisement for other posts

Important Dates:

Online registration – 7-Dec-2010 to 28-Dec-2010
Date of Written Test for Probationary Officer posts: 27-Feb-2011
Date of Written Test for other Posts: 20-Feb-2011

For Educational Qualification, Age limit, and Eligibility, refer the advertisement.

Application Fee:

Gen/OBC/EXS: Rs.400
SC/ST: Rs. 50
The payment has to be done at any Dena bank branch using the payment challan available in Bank website before 28-dec-2010.

Bank Website:

Refer Dena bank website to apply online.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Dena Bank Agriculture Officers Exam 2008 - Agriculture Paper- Part 1

1. Which of the following crops is tolerant of soil on water salinity ?
Date-palm  Cabbage  Orange  Grapes  Peas
 

2. How many minimum tractor hours per year of 40 H.P. power should be used approximately for purely agricultural use and not for custom service unit to become viable unit ?
500 hrs.  600 hrs.  1000 hrs.  1500 hrs.  2000 hrs.
 

3. Drip-irrigation has been most successful for……
Rice  Wheat  Berseem  Lucerne  Grape
 

4. The percentage of Nitrogen (N) in DAP is……
46  18  80  30  26
 

5. Contract farming consists of
hiring land by farmers on contract basis for cultivation  supply of agreed quantity of produce to agreed price to the company  company taking on lease basis farmers’ land for cultivation  processing cash crops, vegetables etc. by company and to give back to farmers  providing inputs by company to farmers for improving quality of produce
 

6. Water held in the soil is not available to the plant, if it is held at tension…
1/3 atmosphere  below 1/3 atmosphere  1-3 atmosphere  3-15 atmosphere  above 15 atmosphere
 

7. While starting cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants, first it should be ensured……
cultivation expenses  medicinal value of plants  availability of processing unit  location of the farm  availability of assured profitable market
 

8. West Coast Tall (WCT) is a variety of…
Paddy  Cashew  Coconut  Arecanut  Coco
 

9. The phenomenon of Heterosis has been most commercially exploited first in…
Rice  Wheat  Maize  Sugarcane  Tobacco
 

10. Processed meat and poultry products have good market. However, their export is mainly hampered due to…
processing not as per demand  breeds are not suitable for export  no proper transport conditions  unhygienic conditions of slaughter houses and animal diseases  domestic market is available easily
 

Part I        Part II        Part III        Part IV       Part V

Dena Bank Agriculture Officers Exam 2008 - Agriculture Paper- Part 2

11. Arabica is a type of…
flower  horse  coffee  vegetable  fodder
 

12. Vermicompost is prepared with the help of following…
Bacteria  Earthworms  Ants  Virus  Fungus
 

13. The average carbon / nitrogen ratio of soils is generally…
25 : 1  5 : 1  30 : 1  14 : 1  None of these
 

14. In case of Drip irrigation which of the following advantage is observed ?
It saves water  Root system of plant remains in upper layer of soil  Plastic tubes are not harmed by rats  Life of drip irrigation is very long  Where there is lot of rainfall, there are no limitation to such system
 

15. If PE denotes monthly average value of potential evapo-transpiration and R stands for monthly average rainfall, the period having PE/4 greater than or equal to R, is designated as…
Moist  Humid  Moderately Dry  Severe Drought  Dry
 

16. The National Agricultural Insurance Scheme in its first two years of operation envisaged to cover…
all crops-grown by small and marginal farmers only  all crops-cultivated with the help of crop loans only irrespective of the size of holding of the  all food crops-cultivated by all types of farmers  only horticultural crops  only seven commercial crops-grown under contract farming system
 

17. Which one of the following breeds of sheep produces superior carpet wool in India ?
Nellore  Nilgiri  Sonadi  Dorset  Jaisalmeri
 

18. Which one of the following is a European Species of honeybee successfully introduced in India ?
Apis mellifera  Apis florea  Apis dorsata  Apis cerana  Apis melipona
 

19. Which one of the following Indian States/Union Territories accounts for the largest quantity of shrimp production per annum, among all the states of India ?
West Bengal  Andaman and Nicobar Islands  Orissa  Kerala  None of these
 

20. The hybrid of which one of the following crops was evolved by India using modern DNA techniques and released in February 2005 ?
Ricinus communis  Solgum vulgare  Pennisetum typhoides  Arachis hypogaea  India has not released any such hybrid so far
 

Part I        Part II        Part III        Part IV       Part V

Dena Bank Agriculture Officers Exam 2008 - Agriculture Paper- Part 3

21. As per the WTO Uruguay Round Agreement the domestic support creating trade distorting effect on agricultural commodities are included in…
Green Box  Amber Box  Pink Box  Blue Box  None of these
 

22. Which one of the following is the name of the nematode, which lives as internal parasite of buds and foliage of Chrysanthemum and strawberry and causes distortions and crinkling of foliage, and leaf spots ?
Aphelenchoides besseyi  Pratilenchus thornei  Meloidogyne incognita  Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi  None of these
 

23. Which of the following materials do not fit into the list of the raw materials used for feeding the earthworms in the scientific management of Vermiculture ?
Grass Clippings  Curd  Carrot tops  Lettuce leaves  All are useful
 

24. A small dairy farm daily produces 100 kilograms of average quality buffalo milk and sells it to an organised dairy at the rate of Rs. 100 per kilogram of total solids contained in the milk. How much would be the daily gross income of the farm from the sale of milk ?
Between Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 2,200  Between Rs. 700 and Rs. 825  Between Rs. 1,000 and Rs. 1,100  Between Rs. 1,650 and Rs. 1,850  Between Rs. 1,200 and Rs. 1,400
 

25. What would be the most probable date of giving the delivery of one day old chicks by a hatchery farmer, who has put the fertile eggs of hen on his well functioning incubator on First of January ?
February 20  February 5  January 29  January 22  January 15
 

26. Which one of the following crops is sensitive to salt as well as boron in soil and water ?
Grape  Sugar beet  Carrot  Cotton  None of these
 

27. Which one of the following ornamental plants is a native of India and has been introduced into several countries from India ?
Gladiolus  Orchids  Bougainvillea  Marigold  None of these
 

28. How much area could be covered for giving one irrigation of 3" depth by a pumpset of one cusec output in the operation of 600 hours, if the water conveyance efficiency is 80 per cent ?
180 acres  320 acres  240 acres  160 acres  None of these
 

29. If in a water tank, the water pressure is 5 kg/cm2, then, pressure head would be
50 m  10 m  20 m  5 m  None of these
 

30. Approximately how many eggs does a female silkworm lay in 24 hours after the proper copulation with the male moth in India ?
200  1200  100  400  None of these
 

Part I        Part II        Part III        Part IV       Part V

Dena Bank Agriculture Officers Exam 2008 - Agriculture Paper- Part 4

31. The causal organism of Ranikhet disease of fowls is…
Pasteurella multocida  Brucella melitensis  Clorstridium chauvoei  Sporoltrix schenkii  None of these
 

32. Which one of the following is the name of self-fruitful variety of Prunus domestica grown in India ?
Virginia Gold  Santa Rosa  Grand Duke  Rome Beauty  None of these
 

33. Other things being suitable, what level of temperature is considered ideal for optimum growth of banana crop ?
36°C  18°C  30°C  12°C  27°C
 

34. The deficiency of which one of the following vitamins in the ration of Poultry birds increases the Coagulation time of blood and creates the danger of haemorrhage ?
Vitamin A  Vitamin K  Vitamin D  Vitamin B6  Vitamin B1
 

35. Which one of the following commodities does fall within the scope of the activities of National Horticulture Mission in India ?
Tomato  Cashewnut  Coconut  Arenut  All above horticultural crops
 

36. Which one of the following is a species of grasses suitable for soil conservation of ravine lands and the land affected by shifting cultivation ?
Pennisetum polystachyon  Cenchurus setigerus  Eulalioposis binata  Lasiurus sindicus  Penicum antidotale
 

37. Which one of the following is the name of a dual purpose Indian cattle breed, which has been exported widely to Latin American countries in the past ?
Gir  Kankrej  Tharparkar  Nagauri  None of these
 

38. Iodine deficiency in the Sow’s ratio during pregnancy would be reflected through the symptom of…
Lactation failure  Poor reproduction  Birth of dead or weak piglets  Birth of hairless piglets  Birth of blind piglets
 

39. Which one of the following states has the largest area under Forest cover among all the states given in the list ?
Andhra Pradesh  Assam  Himachal Pradesh  Mizoram  Rajasthan
 

40. In the literature on the development of GMO crops, which one of the following crops is among those crops that have been designated as Orphan Crops ?
Soybean  Corn  Cowpea  Canola  None of these
 

Part I        Part II        Part III        Part IV       Part V

Dena Bank Agriculture Officers Exam 2008 - Agriculture Paper- Part 5

41. Which one of the following would be the probable date of kidding for a she-goat that has been successfully serviced on First of March ? (All dates belong to the same year)
June 12  June 29  August 28  September 15  May 30
 

42. In India, which one of the following should be considered the right combination of the age in days and live body weight in kg for a lamb for its weaning ?
20 days to 30 days and 6 kg to 7 kg  45 days to 60 days and 8 kg to 10 kg  105 days to 120 days and 18 kg to 21 kg  75 days to 90 days and 12 kg to 15 kg  55 days to 70 days and 9 kg to 11 kg
 

43. What is the causal organism of Powdery mildew of Ricinus communis ?
Sphacelotheca reiliana  Claviceps microcephala  Leveillula taurica  Puccinia carthami  Fusarium annuum
 

44. Which one of the following countries has been the largest importer of floriculture products; especially rose and lotus flowers in terms of value from India over last five years among all the
countries given in the list ?
Japan  Italy  Netherlands  UAE  USA
 

45. As a good management practice recommended for the growing cattle in India, what should be the daily requirement of TDN for a cattle of 200 kg live body weight ?
3.2 kg  1.8 kg  2.4 kg  4.0 kg  0.9 kg
 

46. Milk fever in cattle is caused due to the deficiency of
Ca  Fe  Vit. D  None of these
 

47. The cake of which one of the following materials prepared with the comparable processing technology, contains the largest percentage of ‘N’ plant nutrient among all the materials given in the list?
Coconut  Neem   Palm nut  Mahua  Karanj
 

48. In respect of total foodgrains production during 2007-08 in India, which is correct in production (million tonnes) ?
230.67  207.00  217.85  200.00  None of these
 

49. Which one of the following feeding material is usually relished by the goats in India ?
Hay prepared from forest grasses  Straw of Sorghum vulgare  Silage of Sorghum vulgare  Straw of Phaseolus aureus  None of these
 

50. During last five years, which of the following Institutions have extended the largest amount of fresh credit for agriculture in India among all the institutions given in the list ?
NABARD (Direct credit)  Commercial Banks  Cooperative Banks  Primary Agricultural Credit Societies  Regional Rural Banks and Local Area Banks
 

Part I        Part II        Part III        Part IV       Part V

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Baroda UP Gramin Bank announces Recruitment of Officers and Assistants

Baroda UP Gramin Bank Recruits Officers and Assistants:

Baroda UP Gramin Bank operates in many districts of Uttar Pradesh. Baroda UP Gramin Bank has announced recruitment of Officers and Officer Assistants in 2010 - 2011.


Vacancy Details:

Officer: 28 posts, Payscale: Rs.21359 /month
Officer Assistants: 217 posts, Payscale: Rs.11824 /month

Important Dates:

Last date to apply: 27-Dec-2010
Date of Written Test for Officer posts: 6-Mar-2011
Date of Written Test for Officer Assistants: 13-Mar-2011

Educational Qualification:

Officers: Must have a degree in any discipline from a recognized university
Officer Assistants: Must have 60% marks in matric exam or 50% marks in HSC or Pass in degree or Diploma in banking & finance.

Age limit:

Officers: Must be of age 18 –26 yrs, as on 1-July-2010
Officer Assistants: Must be of age 18 –26 yrs, as on 1-Jan-2010

Eligibility:

Officers: -->Proficiency in Hindi language is required.
-->Knowledge of computers would be preferred.

Officer Assistants: -->Those with computer knowledge will be preferred.
--> Candidate must be a resident of UP & English, Hindi languages be known.

Application Fee:

Officers: Rs.450(General/OBC), Rs.50 (SC/ST)
Officer Assistants: Rs.400(Gen/OBC), Rs.50 (SC/ST)
Candidate have to pay the applicable amount in the form of DD in favor of “Baroda Uttar Pradesh Gramin Bank Recruitment Project 2010”

Application Procedure:

The application must be downloaded from the bank website. The duly filled application form must be sent to the address mentioned in the advertisement along with DD and other required documents.

Website:

Visit the notification for other details like educational qualification, age relaxation, reservation, selection process, and posting place at below link.
Baroda UP Gramin Bank Officers and Assistants recruitment notification

Dena Bank announces recruitment of 250 Clerks in 2010 - 2011

Dena Bank recruits 250 Clerks:

Dena Bank is one of the oldest public sector bank in India having its headquarter in Mumbai. Dena Bank has announced recruitment of 250 Clerks in 2010 - 2011.


Vacancy Details:

Clerks – 250 posts
Salary - Rs 7200 - 19300

Important Dates:

Online registration of applications: 7-Dec-2010 to 3-Jan-2011
Date of Written Test: 6-Mar-2011

Educational Qualification:

Must possess any degree or 60% marks in 12th std.(10+2), as on 1-Dec-2010

Age limit:

Must be of 18 – 28yrs of age , as on 1-Dec-2010

Eligibility:

Knowledge of computer operations & regional language of the state is required.

Selection Procedure:

Written test & Interview would be conducted. The written test has Objective & Descriptive papers. Candidates who clear the test, will be called for interview.

Application Fee:

Candidate has to pay Rs.300 (Gen/OBC) or Rs.50 (SC/ST) in cash at any Dena bank branches through the payment challan between Dec 7 & Jan 3, 2011. Candidates then have to apply online at denabank.com.

Website:

Visit the notification for other details like educational qualification, age relaxation, reservation, selection process, posting place and payment challan slip at below link.
Dena Bank Clerk recruitment notification

Canara Bank Clerical Exam 2010 - Written Test Result

Results of Canara Bank Recruitment Project - 2010 written test for Probationary clerks is declared now. The written exam was conducted in July 2010. The shortlisted candidates will receive call letters from the bank which will contain information about date and venue of interview. Congratulations to all the candidates. Refer Canara Bank website for selected candidates list.

Click here to see the results

Monday, November 29, 2010

Canara Bank PO Final result - 1000 selected

Final Results of Canara Bank Recruitment Project - 2010 Probationary Officers [JMGS-I] (Post Code -1) is declared now. Congratulations to all the candidates. Refer Canara Bank website for selected candidates list.

Click here to see the results

LIC India Recruits 375 Administrative Officers

LIC India Recruits 375 Administrative Officers:

Life Insurance Corporation of India is the largest and most trusted insurance company in India having its headquarter in Mumbai. It has over 2000 branches & 8 zonal offices across the nation. LIC has announced recruitment of 375 Administrative Officers in 2010-2011.


Vacancy Details:

Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO-Generalist) – 250 posts
Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO – CA) – 100 posts
Assistant Administrative Officer (Legal) – 20 posts
Assistant Administrative Officer (CS) – 5 posts

Important Dates:

Online registration of applications: 22-Nov-2010 to 4-Dec-2010
Date of Written Test: 27-Feb-2011 (only for AAO General)

Educational Qualification:

Should have 55% aggregate in either UG or PG degree, as on 1-Nov-2010

Age limit:

Must be of Age 21 - 30 yrs, as on 1-Nov-2010

Selection Procedure:

Written test & Interview would be conducted for AAO (general) posts. The written test has Objective & Descriptive papers. Candidates who clear the test, will be called for interview. For other posts, the selection is based only on Interview & fitness.

Application Fee:

The application fee of Rs.400 (no fee for SC/ST) has to be paid in cash at any LIC branch or office before 13-Dec-2010 & obtain payment receipt.

Procedure to Apply :

Click here to apply online.

Website:

Visit the notification for other details like educational qualification, age relaxation, reservation, selection process, posting place and payment challan slip at below link.
LIC of India Administrative Officers recruitment notification

National Insurance Company Recruitment - 300 Officer Posts

National Insurance Company Recruitment - 300 Officer Posts:

National Insurance Company (NIC) is one of the leading public sector Insurance Companies in India having its headquarter in Kolkata. It has over 1000 branches. National Insurance Company (NIC) has announced recruitment of 300 Administrative Officers in 2010-2011.

Vacancy Details:

Administrative Officer : 300 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs 17240 per month

Important Dates:

Last date of Online registration: 17-Dec-2010
Date of Written Test: 30-Jan-2011

Educational Qualification:

--> Graduate in Arts/ Commerce/ Science/ Engg./ Agri/ Vet. science with 55% marks
--> MBA, MCA, MA also eligible
--> BE/ BTech (automobile engg), Law, MBBS candidates can apply for specialist posts

Age limit:

Must be 21 - 30 yrs of age, as on 31-Oct-2010

Selection Procedure:

Selection procedure for the recruitment of National Insurance Company Officer Posts is through a Written Exam in 1) Reasoning ability, 2) Quantitative aptitude, 3) English Language, 4) Computer awareness and 5) General aptitude. Candidates who clear the test, will be called for interview.

Application Fee:

Application fees of Rs.400 (Gen/OBC males) or Rs.200 (Gen/OBC females) or Rs.50 (all SC/ST) has to be paid by DD drawn from any nationalised bank.

Procedure to Apply :

Apply Online at National Insurance Company website before 17-Dec-2010. Send the application print out to the below address along with other required documents.
POST BOX NO : 9418, PARK STREET POST OFFICE, KOLKATA. – 700016
Application should reach on or before: 17TH DECEMBER 2010)

Clich here to apply online.

Website:

Visit the bank notification for other details like educational qualification, age relaxation, reservation, selection process, posting place and payment chalinformation at below link.
National Insurance Company Officer recruitment notification

Corporation Bank announces Recruitment of 398 Specialist Officers

Corporation Bank announces Recruitment of 398 Specialist Officers:

Corporation Bank one of the leading public sector banks in India, has announced recruitment of 398 Specialist Officers in 2010-2011. Out of the 398 posts open for recruitment, majority of the posts are in Marketing(100), Probationary General Officers(82), Agriculture Field Manager(40), Credit Managers(105), Forex Manager(22).


Vacancy Details:

Specialist Officers : 398 Posts
Pay Scale : Go through the notification for specific post

Important Dates:

Online registration of applications: 16-Nov-2010 to 30-Nov-2010
Date of Written Test: 16-Jan-2011

Eligibility:

Refer Bank notification to know eligibility, age limit and educational qualification depending on the post you are applying for.

Selection Procedure:

Selection procedure for the recruitment of Corporation Bank Specialist Officers Posts is through a Written Exam and Interview and for few posts it is through Group Discussion and Interview.

Application Fee:

Candidate have to pay Rs.300/- (Rs 50/- For SC/ST/XS/PC candidates)at any of the Corporation Bank Branches in cash using the Application Fee Challan.

Procedure to Apply :

Candidates can apply online through the Bank’s website www.corpbank.in after payment of fees between 16th Nov to 30th Nov 2010. Bank has mandated that it will accept only online applications and no other mode of sending applications is accepted.

Website:

Visit the bank notification for other details like educational qualification, age relaxation, reservation, selection process, posting place and payment challan slip at below link.
Corporation Bank Specialist Officers recruitment notification

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Union Bank of India Looking for 1640 Clerks in 2010 - 2011

Union Bank of India recruits 1640 clerks:

Union Bank of India is one of the leading public sector banks in India having its headquarter in Mumbai. It has over 1100 branches & 25,000 employees across the nation. Union Bank of India has announced recruitment of 1640 Clerks in 2010-2011.


Vacancy Details:

Clerk cum Cashier : 1640 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs 7200 - Rs. 19300

Important Dates:

Online registration of applications: 26-Nov-2010 to 16-Dec-2010
Date of Written Test: 06-Feb-2011

Educational Qualification:

Must have 60% in XII std. or equivalent OR Pass in any Degree, as on 01-Nov-2010

Age limit:

Must be 18 – 28yrs old as on 01-Nov-2010

Eligibility:

1. Must read, write & speak the language of the state applied for.
2. Certificate in computer awareness from a computer training institute is required (not necessary for those who had computer subject in degree level).

Selection Procedure:

Selection procedure for the recruitment of Union Bank of India Clerk Posts is through a Written Exam and a Computer awareness test. Candidates who clear the test, will be called for interview.

Application Fee:

Candidate have to pay Rs.300/- (No FEE For SC/ST/PH candidates)at any of the Union Bank of India Branches in cash using the Application Fee Challan.

Procedure to Apply :

Apply Online at Union Bank of India website between 26-Nov-2010 and 16-Dec-2010.
Clich here to apply online.

Website:

Visit the bank notification for other details like educational qualification, age relaxation, reservation, selection process, posting place and payment challan slip at below link.
Union Bank of India Clerk recruitment notification

IDBI Bank Looking for 700 Executives in 2010 - 2011

IDBI recruits 700 executives:

The Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI) Bank, is one of the leading commercial bank in India having its headquartere at Mumbai. It has more than 720 branches & 1210 ATMs across India. IDBI Bank invites applications for recruitment of 700 Executives to meet its current expansion plan.



Vacancy Details:

Executive : 700 Posts, Contract for 3 Years
Pay Scale : 1st Year=Rs 12000, 2nd Year = Rs. 13500, 3rd year = Rs. 15000

Important Dates:

Online registration of applications: 02-Dec-2010 to 16-Dec-2010
Application Fees payment: 01-Dec-2010 to 15-Dec-2010.
Date of Written Test: 23-Jan-2011

Educational Qualification:

Must be a Graduate with 55% marks in aggregate as on 30-Nov-2010

Age limit:

Maximum 25 yrs as on 30-Nov-2010

Eligibility:

Must posses good working knowledge in computers

Selection Procedure:

Selection procedure for the recruitment of IDBI Executive Posts is through a Written Exam and followed by an Interview. Written exams will have questions from Reasoning, English Language Skills and Quantitative Aptitude. Candidates who have cleared the test will be called for interview.

Application Fee:

Candidate have to pay Rs.75/- (For SC/ST/XS/PWD) or Rs. 400/- (For all others including OBC) at any of the IDBI Branches or SBI Branches using the specified challan in Bank website.

Procedure to Apply :

First read the recruitment notification at Bank website before applying.

Website:

Visit the bank website to download the recruitment notification, challan copy & caste certificate format: http://idbibank.com/currentopenings.asp

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

NABARD Assistant Manager/Manager Written Main Exam Result held on 03-Oct-2010

NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) announced the result of The Assistant Manager and Manager Written Main Exam held on 03-October-2010. See the list of selected Candidates in the bank website.

Click here to see the NABARD Main Exam result

Syndicate Bank PO Written Test Results for 1000 Bank PO Recruitment are out

The Syndicate Bank PO recruitment results are released now.The Written test for this hiring was conducted for 1000 Probationary Officers vacancies & interview for these selected is expected to begin from the last week of November 2010.

As per the official announcement, Syndicate bank has shortlisted around 5800 candidates for Interview.The list with detailed info of candidates like name, roll number, date of birth & interview venue can be downloaded from the Syndicate bank website.

The call letters are being sent to the candidates individually. It would also provide the list of documents to be brought for verification during interview.

Click here to see the result

Corporation Bank Written Test Results of Clerical Recruitment 2010

Results of Corporation Bank Written Test held on 12.09.2010 are declared now. The candidates who qualified in the written test are shortlisted for face to face interview. Refer Corporation Bank website for shortlisted candidates list.

Click here to see the results

Sunday, October 31, 2010

IDBI Bank PO Exam 2005 - Quantitative Aptitute Online Test - Part 1

Qs. 1-4. In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

1. 14, 13, 22, 55, 212, 1035
55  13  212  22  None of these
 

2. 217, 224, 213, 226, zveweeeeeeee, 228
213  226  210  228  None of these
 

3. 153, 495, 712, 837, 901, 928
712  837  901  928  None of these
 

4. 488, 245, 124, 64, 35, 20.25
124  64  245  35  None of these
 

5. A 250 metres long train crosses a platform in 10
seconds. What is the speed of the train?
25 metres/second  20 metres/second  22 metres/second  Cannot be determined  None of these
 

6. The compound interest earned on an amount of Rs 15,000 at the end of 3 years is Rs 3895.68. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a.?
6.5  12  None of these
 

7. 16 men can complete a piece of work in 8 days. 20 women take 16 days to complete the same piece of work. 12 men and 10 women work together for 6 days. How many more days would 10 women alone require to complete the remaining piece of work?
10  16  None of these
 

8. In how many different ways can the letters of the word ‘FORMULATE’ be arranged?
81,000   40,320   3,62,880  1,53,420   None of these
 

9. The frogs in a pond increase by 10% at the end of every year. If at the start of the year 2004, there were 2,14,000 frogs in the pond, then what would be the number of frogs in the pond by the end of the year 2006?
2,35,400   2,68,940   2,64,328  2,98,644   None of these
 

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IDBI Bank Po Exam 2005 - Quantitative Aptitute Online Test - Part 2

Q. 10-14. In each of these questions, two equations
are given. You have to solve these equations and find out
the values of x and y and Give answer If
(1) x(2) x>y
(3) x = y
(4) x = y
(5) x=y or if the relationship cannot be established

10. I. 12x2 = 6x
II. y + x2 = 0.45
5
 

11. I. x = 6.25
II. y2 = 6.25
5
 

12. I. 20x2 - 33x + 7 = 0
II. y = 0.0625
5
 

13. I. 6x2 + 28x + 16 = 0
II. 14y2 + 15y + 4 = 0
5
 

14. I. 4x + 3y = 16
II. 2x + 4y = 13
5
 

15. On children’s day sweets were to be equally distributed amongst 540 children. But on that particular day, 120 children were absent. Thus, each child got 4 sweets extra. How many sweets was each child originally supposed to get?
18  25  14  20  None of these
 

16. A boat covers a distance of 24 kms in 10 hours downstream. To cover the same distance upstream, the boat takes two hours longer. What is the speed of the boat in still waters?
2 km/hr  2.8 km/hr  4 km/hr  4.2 km/hr  None of these
 

17. The circumference of a circle is equal to the perimeter of a square whose area is 121 sq cms. What is the area of the circle?
44 sq cms  154 sq cms  121 sq cms  Cannot be determined  None of these
 

18. Sonia started a business by investing Rs 60,000. Six months later Vivek joined her by investing Rs 1,40,000. After one year Kirti joined them by investing Rs 1,20,000. At the end of two years from the commencement of the business, they earn a profit of Rs 4,50,000. What is Vivek’s share in the profit?
Rs 1,40,000  Rs 1,98,500  Rs 2,15,000  Rs 2,10,000  None of these
 

19. An urn contains 4 green and 7 blue marbles. If three marbles are picked at random, what is the probability that only two of them are blue?
49/55  7/11  28/55  11/28  None of these
 

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IDBI Bank Po Exam 2005 - Quantitative Aptitute Online Test - Part 3

Qs. 20-24. What should come in place of the question
mark (?) in the following questions?

20. 1(3/4) + 1(5/8) + 2(4/5) + 1/2 = ?
2(7/40)  1(7/40)  2(3/40)  1(3/40)  None of these
 

21. 14 × 18.6 ÷ 12 + 19.3 = ?
41  33.5  291.9  8.32  None of these
 

22. 8^4.2 × 64^2.1 × 7^8.4 × 56^3.5 = 56^?
18.2  9.8  11.9  12.6  None of these
 

23. (4)^2 + (3)^2 = sqrt(?)
25  125  425  None of these
 

24. 53% of 120 + 25% of 862 = ?% of 500
42.50  55.82  63.68  38.89  None of these
 

Qs. 25-29. Each of the questions below consists of a
question and two statements numbered I and II are given
below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in
the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read
both the statements and give answer:
(1) if the data in Statement I alone is sufficient to
answer the question, while the data in Statement
II alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
(2) if the data in statement II alone is sufficient to
answer the question, while the data in Statement
I alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
(3) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II
alone is sufficient to answer the question.
(4) if the data in both the Statements I and II are not
sufficient to answer the question.
(5) if the data in both the Statements I and II together
are necessary to answer the question.

25. What is the area of the square?
I. Measure of the diagonal of the square is 80 cms.
II. The perimeter of the square is equal to the circumference of a circle.
5
 

26. What is Asha’s present salary?
I. Her salary increases every year by 15 per cent.
II. She joined the organization seven years ago.
5
 

27. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a.?
I. The compound interest acurred on an amount of Rs 1,500 at the end of 2 years is Rs 660.
II. An amount doubles itself in 5 years with simple interest.
5
 

28. What is the total staff strength of the organization?
I. 75% of the staff consists of male employees.
II. The ratio of female to male employees in the organization is 1 : 3 respectively.
5
 

29. What is the two digit number?
I. The sum of the two digits of the number is 8.
II. The number obtained by interchanging the two digits of the number is lesser than the original number by 18.
5
 

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IDBI Bank Po Exam 2005 - Quantitative Aptitute Online Test - Part 4

Qs. 30-34. Study the table carefully to answer the following questions: Percentage of marks obtained by six students in six different subjects



30. What are the approximate average marks obtained by all students in Hindi?
45  51  62  59  66
 

31. What is the respective ratio of marks obtained by students A, B and C together in Maths to the marks obtained by students D, E and F together in Marathi?
7 : 22  23 : 7  23 : 4  4 : 21  None of these
 

32. Which student has scored the second highest in all the subjects together?
None of these
 

33. In order to pass the exam, if the students need minimum 75 marks in Social Studies and minimum 85 marks in Science, how many students have passed the exam?
None  One  Two  Three  None of these
 

34. What is the percentage of marks obtained by B in all the subjects together? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)
68.62  66.83  69.24  64.84  None of these
 

Qs. 35-38. Study the graph carefully to answer the
following questions:



35. If the profit of Company B in the year 2003 was Rs 7,83,000, then what was its profit in the year 2000?
Rs 2,25,000  3,75,000  Rs 4,16,000  Rs 4,05,000  None of these
 

36. What is the approximate average per cent profit of Company B over the years?
58  40  53  62  46
 

37. If the profit of Company A in the year 1999 was Rs 1.5 lakhs, what was its profit in the year 2001?
Rs 2.65 lakhs  Rs 4.25 lakhs  Rs 3.15 lakhs  Rs 4.90 lakhs  None of these
 

38. Which of the following statements is definitely true?
Company B has made more profit than Company A in the year 2003.  Profit made by Company A and Company B in the year 2000 is the same.  Increase in per cent rise in profit of Company B in the year 1999 from the previous year is 10 per cent.  Company A has made lowest profit in the year 1999.  Profit of Company A remained the same in the year 1999 and 2000.
 

39. What is the per cent increase in per cent rise in profit of Company A in the year 2001 from the previous year?
15  20  10  25  None of these
 

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