Eligibility Criteria for IBPS PO exam
Candidates need to fullfill different Eligibility Criteria for IBPS PO exam at the following levels in order to apply Eligibility Criteria for IBPS PO examination eligibility criteria of IBPS
- Educational Qualification – A Degree (Graduation) in any discipline from a University recognised by the Govt. Of India or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government. The candidate must possess valid Mark-sheet / Degree Certificate that he/ she is a graduate on the day he / she registers and indicate the percentage of marks obtained in Graduation while registering online.
- Min Age – 20 years. Max Age – 30 years. (As on 01/08/18.)
- This means candidates who born before 02/08/1988 or after 01/08/1998 aren’t eligible to apply for IBPS PO 2018 (subject to age relaxation). Both these dates are included for age calculation.
- Candidates appearing for IBPS PO are eligible for age relaxation based on the following :-
Candidates seeking for relaxation in age limit need to produce relevant certificates in original as well as Xerox during the Interview or at any stage of recruitment, as and when asked by IBPS. Educational Requirements for IBPS PO IBPS PO Degree requirement: As on 05.09.18, the candidate should have a graduation degree in any discipline/stream from a university recognized by the government of India or he/she must have any equivalent qualification, recognized by the Central Government so as to appear in IBPS PO 2018. IBPS PO Educational Qualification: A valid mark sheet or degree certificate, certifying that he/she is a graduate as on the day prescribed by IBPS, is mandatory. The date mentioned on the mark sheet/provisional certificate, issued by the University will be considered as the final date for verifying your eligibility.
- Students will have to submit relevant documents, certifying the declaration of result on or before 05/09/2018 during the Interview.
- If any university provides a web – based certificate or the result is posted online, then, the candidate has to submit relevant original document or certificate attested by an appropriate college/ university authority, clearly mentioning the date of passing from the Institute, and will have to be presented during the interview, otherwise the eligibility criteria wouldn’t be considered as fulfilled.
- In case any university/college awards CGPA/OGPA, the candidates are required to convert it into a percentage (nearest to 2 decimal places) and mention it in the application form. Percentage fraction in scores will be ignored, for e.g., if your percentage is 59.99%, it will be treated as less than 60%.
- The percent marks will be calculated by dividing the total marks that the student has obtained in all the semester(s)/ year(s) by the aggregate maximum marks (in all the subjects) and then multiplied by 100.
- This is also applicable to those Universities where Class / Grade is determined only on the basis of Honours marks.