ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE OBC PO EXAM PAPERS, ELIGIBILITY, PATTERN

ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE OBC PO EXAM PAPERS | OBC PO EXAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA | OBC PO EXAM PATTERN

Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) is a government bank with all its main office at Connaught Place, New Delhi. Every Year this bank recruits Probationary Officers. The selection is on the basis of usual  pattern which is adopted by most of the banks.

ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE OBC PO Exam Pattern : The selection of candidates for the post of Probationary officer is through written test & Interview.

  • Written Test : This consists of objective as well as descriptive tests. Objective test has 225 questions which are to be attempted in 135 minutes. These questions will be of 200 marks. The questions will be divided into 4 sections –
    a. Reasoning
    b. Quantitative Aptitude
    c. English language
    d. General Awareness
    Descriptive test contains 4 questions out of which you have to attempt 3 questions in 45 minutes. This is of 60 marks. For qualifying, you have to score at least 40% marks in objective as well as descriptive test.
  • Interview : Those who qualifies the written test will be called for the interview.

ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE OBC PO Sample Papers : It is always beneficial to do look the previous years sample papers . It helps you to prepare for the pattern of questions asked. You can even download the question papers or see them. Below are the links to get the previous years question papers of OBC PO exam.

Link 1 |   Link 2Link 3

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3 Comments

  1. Hi

    I want to crack bank p.o exams..please send the some best caching centres where i can enroll myself for the coaching of the same …..and some question papers also i need ..please help me out..

    Regards,
    vaibhav sharma
    (GE MONEY)

  2. hi! in quantative test,individually we need to qualify i.e we have to cross minimum cutoff marks.i want to clarify whether whole reasoning is considered as one or elsn verbal reasoning and non verbal?do we need to get cutoff in both of them?

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