ibps clerk interview questions, IBPS PO, What were the questions asked in an ibps clerk and po interview?

Are you appearing every year for the exams of Probationary Officer, Clerk posts conducted by IBPS.. Qualified for interview for any of these two posts.. Then today’s article questions are for you.

A staff member who is currently a DCC Bank Manager appeared for the IBPS Probationary Officer and Clerk post examination and appeared for the interview and gave information about the questions he faced in the interview here.

Questions Asked in IBPS Clerk Interview
1. Tell me about yourself..
2. Where does your father work..?
3. When did you graduate?
4. Why choose banking sector?
5. What is RTI?
6. In which state is RTI not applicable?
7. Tell me something about SHG?
8. Tell me about KYC..
9. Tell us about Milch Loans?
10. Are you willing to work in rural banks if you are placed there?

Banking related questions asked in IBPS SO Interview..!

IBPS Probationary Officer Post Interview Questions
1. Tell me about yourself..
2. What is the specialty of your town, district?
3. What are your hobbies?
4. Who are the famous singers / music composers of your city?
5. Who is the cabinet minister of your city?
6. Tell us about Mudra Loan?
7. How much is Shishu, Kishore and Tarun Loan Limited?
8. Have a bank account?
9. What do you usually notice in a bank branch?
10. What have you learned about computers?

As mentioned earlier, the questions asked to a candidate who attended the interview for the post of PO, Clerk. So even every year, not all candidates will have similar questions. It can be assumed that the questions are usually like this.

Here is the list of basic questions asked in IBPS Specialist Officer Interview.

According to the above questions, IBPS PO and Clerk post questions are not too tough. Mainly if you know about the banking sector and the specialties and current affairs of your town, district, state, you can face the interview easily.

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