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Who is a clerk?

A person who keep records, accounts, and undertake other routine administrative duties in a bank or any other organisation

What Does A Clerk Do? 

  • Write, format, correct and edit documents from notes & records with computers or typewriters.

  • Collect, count and withdraw money, perform basic accounting and banking tasks.

  • Processing and preparing documents, such as business or government forms, and expense reports.

  • Train employees for performing work activities, e.g. use of computer applications

Who can become a clerk?

The minimum eligibility to be a bank clerk is to pass the XII grade with at least 66% marks for SBI clerk and for IBPS you need to be a graduate

How can one become a clerk?

The following links will explain all the know-how of being a clerk in full detail.

Job Roles For Clerk – Govt Organizations, Office assistant, Handling Petty Cashes

How to become a Bank Clerk Qualification, Exam form, Cutoff, attempts

How to become a bank clerk

How much do clerks earn?

The following links would explain the pay scale of being a clerk in India 

Bank Clerk Salary

What is the average salary of a bank clerk?

As you can see, the salaries range anywhere between Rs 1.5 lakhs per annum to up to 5 lakhs per annum.

What are the books and study materials available?

  • Study Notes Materials On Ibps -clerk Entrance Exam With 10000+ Solved Problems + Model Solved Papers, Suggestion Papers

  • Sbi Clerk Exam Pack 4 Books Study Material 2018-2019 Entrance Complete Model Sample Papers+ Past Year Papers Analysis Solved +quantitative Apptitude+

  • Mahendra’s Bank Kit Hindi Combo Of 5 I Bank Po Clerk Entrance Exam I Rrb I Ibps Po / Lic / Rbi Exam

  • DSSSB: Delhi Transport Corporation DTC Junior Clerk Recruitment Exam Guide

  • Indian Army: Soldier Clerks Skt & Gd Recruitment Exam Guide

  • Ultimate Guide to SBI Clerk Junior Associates/ Agricultural Associates Preliminary & Main Exam 7th Edition

Interesting Facts

The word clerk is taken from the Latin clericus meaning "cleric" or "clergyman".