CBSE, UPSC, IBPS & Entrance Exams in India

This page constitutes of all the major examinations conducted in the country across various fields. Here we provide you with complete details of exams such as civil services examinations, bank exams, entrance exams and board exams like CBSE. It contains important information with regards to each exam like time-table, examination pattern, syllabus, question papers, study materials, coaching centres, application procedures and more.

UPSC Exams

This constitutes details of all the civil services and other examinations conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). In this page, you can gain access to detailed information about application procedure, selection process, exam syllabus, exam pattern, reference materials and other details with respect to all the listed exams conducted by the UPSC.

  • IAS

    Indian Administrative Service
     
  • IFS-Foreign

    Indian Foreign Service
     
  • IPS

    Indian Police Service
     
  • IFS-Forest

    Indian Forest Service
     
  • IP&TAFS

    Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service
     
  • IAAS

    Indian Audit and Accounts Service
     
  • IRS

    Indian Revenue Service
     
  • IDAS

    Indian Defence Accounts Service
     
  • CMSE

    Combined Medical Services
  • IRTS

    Indian Railway Traffic Service
     
  • IRAS

    Indian Railway Accounts Service
     
  • IRPS

    Indian Railway Personnel Service
     
  • ITS

    Indian Trade Service
     
  • CAPF - AC

    Central Armed Police Forces (Assistant Commandants)
     
  • CGGE

    Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist
     
  • IES/ISS

    Indian Economic Service and Indian Statistical Service
     
  • NDA & NA (I) and (II)

    National Defence Academy & Naval Academy (I) and (II)
     
  • CISF - AC (Exe) LDCE

    Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) - Assistant Commandants (Executive) LDCE
     
  • IES

    Indian Engineering Services
     
  • CDS (I) and (II)

    Combined Defence Services (I) and (II)
     

IBPS Exams

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is one of the most competitive examinations in India. Here, we provide you with easy understanding of the exam, along with necessary study material, application and selection processes and more. We cover all the four major bank exams which are for the Clerk cadre, Probationary officers, Specialist officers, and Regional Rural Bank cadre.

IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) was incorporated owing to a major event in the economic arena of the country; the Nationalisation of 14 major Banks in 1969. After the same Government of India in 1975 set up Personnel Selection Services (PPS) for recruitment of probationary officers and clerks for all public-sector banks.

PSS was subsequently transformed into Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) in 1984 as per the instruction of Reserve Bank of India (RBI). IBPS provides its services to banks in the public and private sectors, foreign banks and regional rural banks. It also offers services to other financial institutions, including co-operative banks, academic institutions, insurance companies, and both private and state-owned firms.

  • PO

    Probationary Officer
     
  • Clerk

    Clerk
     
  • SO

    Specialist Officer
     
  • RRB

    Regional Rural Banks
     

IBPS conducts the IBPS PO Bank Exam which is the gateway to the much sought after bank jobs. IBPS offers its services to all SBI, Associate Banks of SBI, Public-Sector Banks, RBI, NABARD, LIC & Insurance companies, SIDBI, and other Banks that are regular members of the IBPS society.

The services provided by IBPS include project consultation: aid in conducting examinations for promotion and recruitment; assessment centers that assist firms in distinguishing the knowledge and skills of applicants for the appropriate positions; personality categorization using group exercises and interviews to determine the candidates’ higher cognitive skills; training programmes for senior staff to assist enhancement in their observational and interviewing skills.

Recently, IBPS started the Common Written Examination (CWE) for enlisting officers and clerks in Indian Bank alongside accepting online application via its official website. The IBPS CWE, earlier known as the IBPS Bank PO exam has been conducted every year since 2011 and it will now be taking place in 2018 in its 8th edition. The IBPS CWE 2018 is for onboarding of candidates for the 27 public sector banks and Regional Rural Banks (RRBs). It is important to mention that the examination is conducted at numerous locations throughout India and via online mode only.

Entrance Exams

Entrance exams are conducted by many educational institutions to select students for admissions into a particular stream, class or honor. In India, entrance exams are primarily conducted for admissions into medical, engineering and management course. Here, we provide you with detailed information about every entrance examination for all the popular streams like engineering, management, medical, law, and others.

CBSE Board Exams

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a well-known and a distinguished board of education under the Union Government of India. CBSE board was formed in 1952, since then, it has been providing quality education and a standard learning environment to all. Here you will find details with respect to syllabus, examination pattern, time-table, previous years' question papers, sample question papers and more for Class 10 and Class 12 of CBSE Board.

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