After a gap of three months the results of relationship executive posts in the J&K Bank were declared on December 6, 2015. Being one of the aspirants for the said post I also appeared in the exam. Leaving success or failure in the examination aside I want to bring some points to the kind notice of the J&K Bank chairman.
First, the very long delay in the declaration of the results. The examinations for relationship executives were conducted online by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, Mumbai, which has expertise for conducting such type of exams. I along with many others appeared in some other exams which were also conducted by the IBPS around the same time as that of the Bank and the number of candidates was much larger than those appearing for RE posts. The results of those exams were declared in a month or so by the same conducting body.
Why was the result for RE posts delayed so long? I know it is a very complex process to declare results, but 90 days is a very long time in this IT era.Secondly, and I am sure this must be the query of all those who have appeared in the RE exams, is the display of marks secured and the overall cutoff, including sectional cut-off for different sections in the paper. The marks and the cutoff as all of us must be aware are precisely displayed by the IBPS for other exams such as for SBI, etc., but why was such a display of marks and cut-offs not possible for RE posts in the JK Bank? I agree that it must be hectic in case of offline exams conducted before, but this time the examination was conducted in online mode.Thirdly, my query is regarding the number of posts to be filled.
Whether it is the SSB, PSC or probationary officer posts for several Indian banks, the number is clearly defined beforehand. But the same was not done in case of JK Bank Why is it that the number was never communicated or advertised? I hope someone from the Bank will come and answer my questions, which, I am sure, are the questions many other aspirants have.—The author is a student of MBA-FM at Kashmir University. Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org