Tuesday, 26 July 2016

How to fill preferences in IBPS PO – 6?

Hello Readers,

As many of the students are constantly bombarding the queries related to bank preference for IBPS PO 2016. So, we are providing here the Preference List of the banks based on various criterion which you can use for reference while filling the application form . These data are based on various market research and the choice of the students aspiring for a job in the banking sector.
At first let us provide you the list of participating organisations i.e. those organisations which will be recruiting employees through the IBPS PO 6 Examination.

The table clearly states that 20 banks participating but only 14 out of them have provided the number of vacancies in their banks for PO through IBPS PO 2016 examination, and 6 have not provided any vacancy. But please note that at any stage of the recruitment process, any of those 6 banks can disclose their vacancies.

Now, lets see that what can be the possible criterion for a aspirant to prefer a bank? 

(I) Based on Headquarters of the banks
The headquarters can be one of the criteria for choosing a bank. This is because whatever bank you chose, you will find more number of branches in the state where the headquarter is located. Now if we take the example of Bank of Baroda, it has more number of branches in Gujrat and the probability of getting the posting in Gujrat increases. So you can chose accordingly.

So, we are providing here a list of banks and their headquarters. You can take it as a regional preference that can be near your place. As an example, suppose you reside in UP and you get the posting in Gujrat, then its okay and if you by mistake chose a bank that has a reach in Southern India, then it can be harder for you to accommodate and same is the case for vice-versa. So it's better to review once what you have in mind.

(II) Based on the area of your choice

This choice was available last year, but, this year no such bank having offices only in metro cities is participating in the recruitment process.

(III) Best Choices for North India ‐

States: Delhi, Punjab, UP, UK, J&K, HP, Haryana

1. Bank of baroda
2. Punjab National Bank
3. Oriental Bank of Commerce
4. Allahabad Bank
5. IDBI Bank
6. Punjab & Sind Bank
7. Canara Bank
8. Central Bank of India

(IV) Best choice for East & North East India

States: Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand

1. Allahabad Bank
2. Bank of India
3. Bank of Baroda
4. UCO Bank
5. United Bank of India
6. Canara Bank

(V) Best Choice for West & Central India

States: Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, MP, Chhattisgarh, Goa

1. Bank of Baroda
2. IDBI Bank
3. Dena Bank
4. Bank of Maharashtra
5. Canara Bank
6. Indian Overseas Bank
7. Corporation Bank
8. Central Bank of India

(VI) Best Choice for South India

States: Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala

1. Andhra Bank
2. Indian Bank
3. Vijaya Bank
4. Indian Overseas Bank
5. Canara Bank
6. Corporation Bank
7. Syndicate Bank

(VII) On the Basis of Banking Mergers and Central Government/PSU's

 And now based on the location of Headquarters, number of branches and number of vacancies we are providing here a preference list of banks which can be used by the candidates while filling their form:
  1. Bank of Baroda
  2. Punjab National Bank
  3. Corporation Bank
  4. Bank of India
  5. Dena Bank
  6. Bank of Maharashtra
  7. Allahabad Bank
  8. Canara Bank
  9. Central Bank of India
  10. IDBI
  11. Oriental Bank of Commerce
  12. Punjab and Sind Bank
  13. UCO
  14. Union Bank of India
  15. United Bank of India
  16. Vijaya Bank
  17. Andhra Bank
  18. Indian Bank
  19. Indian Overseas Bank
  20. Syndicate Bank
(VIII) In the end, the choice is yours:

After all of this, it is you who has to take the ultimate decision. So do review everything and analyse your choices before filling the form.

Disclaimer: All information given above are based on independent analysis and evaluation made by Bankers Adda. We do not take responsibility for any decision that might be taken, based on this information.

All The Best !

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