Bank jobs 2015: Marks eligibility-UG v/s PG which is profitable to apply

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Let introduce two common question ask by lots of aspirant try to find bank jobs in India.
  1. I have less marks in graduation. However, good scored in Post Graduation; can I apply for bank PO jobs with PG marks? Alternatively, I should change my mind.
  2. UG or PG marks which count for Bank Probationary Officer post.
These two are demo question that asked by lots of candidates, actually Whenever any bank vacancies, announce, it brings some confusion also and the flood of these question types on online forums and question answer portal. Therefore, for their help, we work on this topic and the conclusion below. 

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When the Post Graduation (PG) marks accept?

Bank PO jobs marks eligibility
If the notification doesn't mention the marks percentage clearly, then it may be that the bank considering the last qualifying score either at graduation or in post graduation without percentage, then the PG marks can work for you.

However, the Bank PO jobs marks eligibility is different from bank to bank, but the most common facts is that most bank ask for at least 60% in under graduation. Therefore, in case of you are postgraduate with 70%, but only 52.50 in graduation, then you are not eligible.

IBPS PO: UG or PG marks which needs.

During the year 2014-15, approximately 1.5 crore candidates registered for IBPS CWE, as per information provided on the official website, it is a great achievement. Is it not? What you say? Share with us in comment. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) latest Probationary Officer education qualification fixed as.

Graduation in any discipline from a recognized university with 60% or more marks.
It means,
  • Candidates must secure marks 55% or above in UG.
  • Though, you have high marks in PG, but the bank asks as graduation as minimum qualification, then they need only undergraduate marks, PG marks can’t beneficial here.

List of banks that recruit through IBPS Score



  1. Allahabad Bank.
  2. Andhra Bank.
  3. Bank of Baroda
  4. Bank of India
  5. Bank of Maharashtra
  6. Bharatiya Mahila Bank.
  7. Canara Bank.
  8. Central Bank of India
  9. Corporation Bank.
  10. Dena Bank.
  11. ECGC
  12. IDBI Bank.
  13. Indian Bank.
  14. Indian Overseas Bank
  15. Oriental Bank of Commerce
  16. Punjab & Sindh Bank.
  17. Punjab National Bank
  18. Syndicate Bank
  19. UCO Bank
  20. Union Bank of India
  21. United Bank of India
  22. Vijaya Bank
  23. Several Co-operative Banks
Check out the notification carefully, there are few banks that consider the marks in the last qualify education, in this case if you have a LOW score in UG, the you can apply for Probationary Officer post jobs with Postgraduate marks (if the PG score well).

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