Interview Experience 2017 -16 (Abhishek Srivastava)

Dear Aspirants,

IBPS PO is one of the most sought-after Government Sector job these days. Personal Interview is the final round of IBPS PO 2017-18 Recruitment. Interview experiences can help you get an insight of the difficulty level, environment, and types of questions that are asked in IBPS PO 2017-18 Interview Round. Here is the interview experience of  Abhishek Srivastava.

Qualifications: Btech( Mechanical Engineering)
Date: 3rd Feb 2018
Time: 8:30 am
Venue: Hotel Grand JBR, Lucknow
Panel: 1

Reached the location at 8 am. Document Verification followed by biometric, everything went smoothly. I was allloted no. 11 in the interview sequence.

At 11am my turn came. I entered the room with a gentle smile and seeked permission and thanked.

Total members: 5 (4 M and 1 F)

Good morning Ma'am and Good morning sir
(eye contact with each panel member)

M1: introduce yourself (Family background, qualifications, and extracurricular activities)
Me: introduced!

M1: Do you play any national sport?Since you have good personality, you must be a Footballer!
Me: Thanks for the compliment sir but I don't play national sport though I am fond of Cricket.

M2: By your appearance, you seem to be working somewhere!( discussing among themselves that I have got a dominant personality)
Me: I have worked in a Tech support company that I got through campus placement.

M3: Why did you leave?
Answed my reasons!

M1: What have you come prepared in banking?  I have tried to cover almost everything, you may ask and I'll try answering.

M1: Types of cheques?

F1: Elaborate bearer and order cheque and what do those transverse lines indicate?

Answered with confidence.

M1: What is Endorsement?

M3: Why is the cabin of a manager kept separate?
Elaborated but they were expecting some other response.

M4: IBPS stands for?
Very confidently answered Institute of Banking Personnel Selection.

M1: Why is your preferred bank different from the bank in which you hold your savings a/c?
My preference is Allahabad Bank since it is the oldest joint stock bank( 150years old), it's tagline fascinates me.

M1: If you have any issues with the bank what step you take?
Told about Banking Ombudsman scheme.

M2: What did you observe on the notice board while your last visit in a bank?
Business hours, various schemes etc

Ok thank you, we are done with you!

Overall  a very good experience. I inferred that few qualities such as confidence, basic banking awareness, how you carry yourself etc matter!

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