The written examination for recruitment to posts on Grade III & Grade IV in KCC Bank, has been held on Saturday & Sunday. Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) conducted the recruitment exam on the behalf of Bank for which over 1.25 lakh candidates were issued the admit cards.
Now that the exam is over, and the candidates are anxious to know how they performed, it’s only obvious to look for the analysis, review of the KCC bank exam. While official answer key won’t be released, the candidates can always use various online sources to get a rough idea of their performance.
There are total 216 posts to be filled in the Kangra Central Cooperative Bank Limited. The posts are further divided as 169 posts of Grade IV Clerk, 18 Grade IV Computer Operator posts, 21 Grade III Assistant Manager posts and 8 Grade III Junior Computer Programmer posts. As per the reports, over 1.5 lakh applications were filled for these posts within the registration period from 8th to 27th June.
Before the issuance of admit cards, HPBOSE published a list of total 33,095 candidates whose applications were rejected due to non-submission of fees and incomplete applications. As far as the eligible applicants are considered, as much as 584 applicants are in the line for a single post. Total 1,26,154 candidates were declared eligible for the written test held on 8th & 9th July.
Total 319 test centers were set up by HPBOSE for the KCC Bank recruitment exam. The written exam for Grade 3 posts was conducted on July 8: Assistant Manager exam from 10 am to 12 noon, followed by Computer Programmer exam from 1 pm to 3.30 pm. The Asst Manager exam comprised of 200 multiple choice questions, while the Junior Computer Programmer exam paper had 250 multiple choice questions. Each question carried 1 mark.
The written exam for Grade 4 Clerk posts was conducted in the morning shift (10 am to 11.30 am) on 9th July and the paper had total 85 multiple choice questions. Computer Operator exam was conducted in the second shift from 1 pm to 2.30 pm. The questions in both the exams were of 10+2 standard.
While the written test for KCC Bank recruitment 2017 has been conducted by HPBOSE, one important information for the applicants is here. The High Court has ordered stay on the declaration of the recruitment exam results. The order has been issued by the Court considering the current status of Bank’s NPA which is way much higher than the prescribed limit. In this case where the Bank has NPA higher than the limit set by the Reserve Bank of India, the Bank can not open any new branch and neither it can recruit any candidate.