UCO Exam Pattern 2014 Details for Clerk and PO Recruitment
The UCO Bank invites notification for the recruitment of the Clerks and Probationary Officers through the IBPS CWE (Common Written Examination) held every year in the months of September/ October respectively. The candidates interested to appear in the concerned recruitment exam should go through the details of eligibility and paper pattern from the information as given here below.
Name of Exam: UCO PO Recruitment Exam
Conducting Authority: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
Eligibility for Exam:
The candidates should be at least graduation passed in any discipline from recognized college/ university of India with the minimum percentage of marks being 55% for all the applicants.
The exam for the selection of the Probationary Officers will be held in two stages- Written Examination and Interview respectively.
1. Written Examination:
The written test will be conducted in two parts: the first part being the objective test and the second part is Descriptive Paper of the below mentioned marks.
Objective Test – will contain objective type multiple choice questions on the following:
General Awareness & Computers: 50 Questions (60 Marks)
English Language: 50 Question (50 Marks)
Quantitative Aptitude: 50 Questions (60 Marks) and
Reasoning (High Level): 75 Questions (80 Marks)
The second part constitutes the Descriptive Paper of 100 Marks.
The Interview will be the final round of selection for all the written qualified applicants. The applicants called for the interview will depend on the merit obtained by a candidate in the written exam as well as the number of vacant seats in the Bank.
The final selections of candidates will be subject to the marks obtained by them in both the written as well as the interview respectively.
About UCO Bank:
The UCO Bank has been established in the year 1943 as a commercial bank and Government of Undertaking. The Bank has more than 2500 service units all over India and 2 foreign financial centres based in Hong Kong and Singapore respectively.
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