Union Bank SO Admit Cards Exam 2015 Released - unionbankofindia.co.in



Union Bank SO Admit Cards Exam 2015 Released - unionbankofindia.co.in
Union Bank of India (UBI) has released online admit cards on 21st March 2015 on official website for written examination which is going to be held on 29th March 2015 at Bengaluru, Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai. A huge numbers of candidates are going to appear in this written examination. It is a necessary card required for entry into the written examination along with a photo identity proof i.e. Voter Card ID, PAN Card ID etc. No candidates will be entered into the examination hall without admit cards. UBI had invited online applications from eligible candidates from 13th February 2015 to 28th February on the official website for a total of 69 vacancies/ posts of Forex Officers Scale Grade I, II & Economist Scale Grade I. The Final Selection of the candidate will be made based on performance in written examination and interview which will be conducted by selection committee of UBI.
Those candidates who had applied for these posts and waiting for written examination can download their online admit cards from the direct link provided in the end of the posts.
 UBI Special Officer Exam 2015 Admit Cards Call Letters Hall Tickets Details

·         Name of Exam – Union Bank of India (UBI) Recruitment Exam 2015
·         Name of Posts – Forex Officers Scale Grade I, II & Economist Scale Grade I (Specialist Officers)
·         No. of Posts – Total 63 Posts
o   Forex Officer scale Grade II – 11 Posts
o   Forex officer scale Grade I – 36 Posts
o   Economist scale Grade I – 02 posts
·         Date of Exam – 29th March 2015
·         Admit Cards Status – Released on 21st March 2015
·         Official Website- www.unionbankofindia.co.in  

About UBI SO Recruitment 2015 – Exam Syllabus, Exam Pattern and Selection Process Details
The Final Selection of the candidates will be made based on the performance in written examination which will be objective type, Group Discussion and personal interview.
1st Stage - Written Examination
The written examination will be provided in bilingual language i.e. English and Hindi.
The written exam will be conducted by Online MODE. Written Exam will consist of multiple choice questions (MCQ) containing a total of 200 questions which are required to be completed within 2 hours. These questions will come from various sections i.e. Professional knowledge relevant to the post (50 multiple choice questions carrying a total of 100 marks), Quantitative aptitude (50 multiple choice questions carrying a total of 50 marks), English language – (50 multiple choice questions carrying a total of 25 marks) and Reasoning (50 multiple choice questions carrying a total of 25 marks). There will be negative marking of 1/4th allotted for each wrong answer deliver in the examination.
The Online Examination will be tentatively held on 29th March 2015 at the following centers: (a) Bengaluru (b) Delhi (c) Kolkata (d) Lucknow (e) Mumbai.
UBI SO 2015 Cut off Marks
The applicant shall be required to qualify in each Test of the Online Examination (if conducted) as per cut-off marks, subject to minimum qualifying marks in the aggregate of 200 marks, both of which will be fixed by the Bank.
Recommended Books to qualify UBI SO Exam 2015
Quantitative Aptitude by R. S. Aggrawal is mandatory requirement to qualify such tough exams in a very short duration of time. Here, Best books are recommended to the candidates who are genuine and willing to qualify the written examination with in minimum possible time. ENGLISH Tricks by Paramount , SSC Tier 1 ENGLISH by Arihant Special Addition exam oriented & Office Assistant Practice Book by Kiran books will definitely improve their ability and performance in solving Reasoning, English and quantitative aptitude.
2nd Stage – Group Discussion
A Group Discussion, if conducted, shall carry 50 marks and shall be held to assess presentation skills, leadership qualities, inter-personal qualities, team spirit, etc. of the applicants. The minimum qualifying marks for the Group Discussion would be 25 marks (22.5 for Reserved Category applicants).
3rd Stage – Personal Interview
A Personal Interview of 50 marks shall be conducted to assess the academic & job knowledge, power of expression, clarity of thought, qualities of leadership, extracurricular activities, hobbies, general demeanor, behavior, communication skills, suitability for the post, etc. of the applicant. The minimum qualifying marks for the Personal Interview would be 25 marks (22.5 marks for Reserved Category applicants).
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