Civil Services and Banks are the first choice of the job seekers. In which, Civil Services are the main part of the government because employees of the civil services have a power to take decision on important administrative matters. It carries the different functions of the society. If you got Civil Services jobs, you will get the respect in the society. These exams are conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). It sets a tough pattern and tough question papers for the job seekers. In the exam pattern of the Civil services, it takes two tests- Pre written exam and Main written exam. After these exams, it carries an interview of the cleared applicants. Similarly, this pattern is used by Banks Exam 2013, but it takes one written test and the pattern of questions is different to the UPSC. Every year there are many public banks has published the recruitment notification on newspapers and job portal websites. These opportunities are given by only public sector banks to their job seekers.
Indian Bank exams are tough and competitive in nature because good rank and category reservation makes to the bank exams competitive. A graduate job seeker may apply for the bank exams. Firstly Job seekers understand the pattern of the Bank, then you may apply for the post because some banks take an exam and interview internally. This process is taken by those banks which selects the candidates through IBPS exam. IBPS is best way to get in entry in Banks. It takes a Common Written Examination (CWE) and an interview for Clerks, Probationary Officers (POs)/Management Trainees (MTs), Specialist officers.
Experienced persons have known the difference & toughness of the exam of UPSC and Banks. I am also an experience person who faces both exams, but I have not cleared the exam of the UPSC and IBPS. So I am presenting the success story of the applicants.
I am Mayank Sinha from Uttar Pradesh. I have taken the UPSC Exam 2010 and I have cracked the Pre and Main Exam of the UPSC. But it is my goodness, I have gotten good interviewers. It was my second attempt to take UPSC exam and in this I have passed. First Appointment, I got in Meerut, UP. I want to suggest those persons who are preparing for the UPSC Exam. You should prepare your weak points and weak subjects. You should give 15-18 hours in your preparation. Only better preparation can succeed in the UPSC Exam 2013 and you should always in touch of the latest notification of UPSC.
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