BANK EXAMBank exams in our country has been one of the most sought after career options for young graduates for many years. Stable career growth, lucrative pay package and social recognition are some of the attractive factors which pull candidates to build their career in banking sector. Banks recruit its employees at various levels as given below 1. Clerical cadre 2.Probationary Officer cadre 3.Specialist Officer cadre 4.Managerial level posts ( for specific posts ) Out of the above mentioned cadres, Joining as a Probationary Officer in a Nationalised Bank would give more advantage to the candidates in many aspects.
STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION
Staff Selection Commission has been incepted by Government of India in November, 1975. It is responsible for recruiting suitable candidates for Group B central government jobs, Group C technical posts and many more. History of SSC The Estimates committee in the Parliament recommended the setting up of a Service Selection Commission in its 47th report (1967-68) for conducting examinations to recruit lower categories of posts. Later, in the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms, on 4th November 1975 Government of India constituted a commission called Subordinate Service Commission. On 26th September 1977, Subordinate Services Commission was renamed as Staff Selection Commission. The functions of Staff Selection Commission were redefined by The Government of India through Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions on 21st May 1999. Then the new constitution and functions of Staff Selection Commission came into effect from 1st June 1999. SSC conducts recruitments tests for various category posts in Central Government departments now. . Following exams are most prominent of all
1. SSC CGL
2. SSC CHSL
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