Union Bank of India Exam Pattern 2014 for PO and Clerk Recruitment
The Union Bank of India conducts the recruitment exam every year for the selection of eligible candidates in the post of Probationary Officers and Clerks respectively through a common written exam and interview usually held in the months of September/ October by IBPS. The candidates who wish to apply in the concerned recruitment exam should qualify in both the written exam as well as interview scheduled to be held by Indian Banking Selection Personnel for all the eligible applicants.
Name of Exam: Union Bank of India Recruitment Exam
Conducting Authority: Indian Banking Selection Personnel
Eligibility for Exam:
The candidates eligible for the recruitment should qualify in both the written as well as interview exam in order to get finally selected for the concerned post. The minimum qualification required for the concerned exam is graduation in any discipline from any recognized university/ college respectively for all the applicants.
For Written Exam:
The written exam will consist of two papers – Objective Test and Objective Test on Computer Knowledge respectively
1. Objective Type Test:
This paper shall consist of objective type multiple choice questions on the following main topics:
Reasoning: 75 Questions (80 Marks)
Quantitative Aptitude: 50 Questions (60 Marks)
General Awareness: 50 Questions (60 Marks) and
English Language: 50 Questions (50 Marks)
Total Questions Asked: 225
Total Marks Allotted: 200 Marks
2. Objective Type Test on Computer Knowledge:
Total Number of Questions: 50
Total marks Allotted: 50 Marks
The candidates will be called for the Interview on the basis of marks obtained in the written exam and the number of vacant seats in the Bank for this purpose.
The candidates in order to get finally selected in the Bank recruitment exam should qualify in both the exams including written exam and interview respectively.
About Union Bank of India:
The Union bank of India has been established on 11th November 1919 at Bombay. The bank has the facility to provide facility for providing credit facilities all the sectors of the economy including Industries, Agriculture, Infrastructure, Exports and Trading etc.
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