IBPS PO Openings

IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection)- 2012 conducting a common written exam(CWE) for 19 public sector banks.With a single written exam we can apply for multiple banks.Based on the notification eligibility criteria we can apply for the respective bank with our scorecard issued by the IBA approved by Government of India.Some banks are already released the notifications for PO positions.We can apply either for probationary officer or management trainee position in the bank.

IBPS PO Openings

The openings in the different banks are:

Allahabad Bank -1600
Andhra Bank – 89
Bank of Baroda – 600
Punjab National Bank – 775
Bank of India – 1800
Punjab & Sind Bank – 775
Bank of Maharashtra – 457
Syndicate Bank – 1750
Canara Bank – 2000
UCO Bank – 1100
Central Bank of India – 1800
Union Bank of India – 2473
Corporation Bank -355
United Bank of India -450
Indian Bank -452

These are the posts available in different banks for PO positions.

Comments

  1. I WANT DETAILS OF IBPS

  2. Priyanka Banerjee says:

    Can You please tell me when IBPS 2013 will occur?

  3. Grt! IBPS has yet again shown its class by not showing ‘ALL INDIA RANK’ and instead showing merely ‘out of 100′ score.. May be they want to hide the difference between actual number candidates appearing for IBPS exams and the actual successful candidates who want to join banking industry, thus keeping banking industry a dream industry for future aspirants.. or may be they just want to stay at top in the total number of google searches from India by creating noise for atleast a month. It is a standard procedure to give the overall rank in any project of this magnitude and hence keeping applicants free from any market buzz and providing them ample time to asses their chances and to take decision accordingly. Atleast they should have given a range-wise total number successful candidates for those who are set to become a part of their organization within 45days. WE STRONGLY PROTEST THIS KIND OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR. SUPPORT US.

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