5 Most Common Interview Questions Asked in IBPS Clerk Interview

Hello aspirants, congratulations on your success in IBPS Clerk Common Written exam. At the moment, you are going to IBPS clerk interview. You should not miss this golden chance to grab your dream clerk job in bank and of course you would not be. So, we are going to share with you 5 most common questions asked in every IBPS Clerk interview. You should consider these questions and share your thoughts in the comment form. You can also add more common questions for IBPS clerk exam interview. The importance of these common questions is that you can get our view that how to answer it. Share these questions with your friends, relatives and family members. All will give their own views and suggestions. So you have to listen carefully what they answer and what you will keep in your mind while going to IBPS clerk interview.

One has to clear the written exam in order to get to the next level which is the common interview where one has to sit in front of a panel who will ask various questions to you to test your skills.

There are many questions that are thrown in the interview chamber to a candidate who clears the written exam and becomes eligible for the interview session. But we are giving here five most common questions asked in every IBPS Clerk interview to every aspirants. So we advised to the readers that prepare yourself for these 5 questions before going to IBPS clerk interview. The answers we are giving you here is only our view, you can prepare and ask yourself what should it would be.

The 5 most common questions about yourself asked during an interview are:

Question directly related to you asking you about yourself: This is the most common question and candidates tend to make miserable mistake at this one. Instead of just replicating one’s resume the panel one should show about one’s strength, passion, achievements and any other positive points. One should definitely pay attention to the question and answer accordingly and also show them your interest in the job.

Why did you choose banking as your career?

Through this question the panel seems to take the reason why one likes to join the banking sector and not the other related field as per his qualification. So doing a fair bit of research on the banking sector will help one in presenting a good answer to the interview board. One could say that this sector is one such platform where one has the opportunity to learn and grow at the same time in addition to this sector is less affected by various economic conditions of the nation like recession, depression or slowdown etc. The opportunity to grow is vast here.

Question related to banking sector and current developments

In this case a particular question is hard to frame so one has to be aware of the recent developments in the banking sector in order to secure a permanent seat in the bank of your dream. There are various books available in the market in addition the internet boon which could help you to get proper knowledge of this sector. One should definitely go through the recent guidelines of the RBI and its various banking policies. Lastly do not give and stupid answer if you do not know the answer as it might make a bad impression on the board.

10 most common questions asked in every interview

Your future plans and its relation to the development or growth of your bank?

Through this question the panel will try make out how you are expected to benefit the bank from your employment. One could answer that he/she will endeavour to make their clients and their satisfaction is the top most priority of the bank. He/she will always maintain the professional code of conduct and will serve the bank the best way it wants. He/she, being fully dedicated to the working of the bank, will genuinely help the bank in its path to growth. It will be the top priority to develop personally and contribute to banking development.

Do not be puzzled with the puzzled type question: The interview may not only ask bank related question but also test your problem skill with your logical reasoning skill with any type of puzzled question. The question will test your approach to a problem and how practically you will solve it. Even if you do not know the correct answer one must not be in hurry but should take time and analyze before reaching to a conclusion. One can get clarification if one wants from the board.

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