Correspondence Course - JAIIB & CAIIB


The IBCS School of Correspondence has been established by a group of professional bankers, including former General Managers of leading public sector banks, in association with Sh. N S Toor (formerly, Chief-Credit with a leading public sector bank in India ). Sh. Toor, the Director of the Institute has been in banking training (particularly the bank promotion examination and interview related training) for the last 21 years.

Our objectives : The correspondence course, is primarily meant for those employees, who have not been able to get through the JAIIB / CAIIB examination so far.

Who can participate : Any member of the staff of banks or financial instituions can join this program seeking to complete the JAIIB / CAIIB course. The program can be very useful for those employees, who want to get through the exam but are unable to attend our class room programs.

Study Material & Methodology : Updated, relevant and reliable study material based on examination, conducted by Indian Institute of Banking & Finance, Mumbai, consisting of descriptive matter as well as practice questions is made availableto the candidate. The candidates are expected to follow a suggested pattern of study and our evaluation, to gain maximum benefit from the course.

Course fee : The course fee Rs.850 per subject for JAIIB and Rs.1000 for each paper in CAIIB.

Enrolment: The candidates can enrol themselves by remitting us enrolment fee (DD payable on Chandigarh in our favour). You can use this enrolment form .

On receipt of enrolment fee and confirmation of admission, we shall send to the candidate, relevant study material in progressive stages taking into account progress made by the candidate.

The candidate is expected to follow the direction given as under :

1. Please go through the study material carefully to understand it and then take up the assignment work.

2. To ensure to score good ranking in the objective type, the candidate will have to answer the question in the assignment in descriptive text form instead of objective type ticks, by writing the answers in the space provided.

3. It may be kept in view that the objective type tick marking restricts the candidate's imagination. Hence he finds it difficult to answer the objective type questions quickly. Practice by way of short length descriptive answers, would help him to sharpen his skills quickly and ensure adequate practice.

4. The completed assignment would be submitted to us for checking. After thorough examination thereof, it will be returned back with suggestions for improvement.

6. Candidate can retain the checked assignment for final revision at the time of examination.

7. Candidate is expected to put in regular 4-5 hours daily for 2-3 months to get best out of the course.

8. Objective types questions would be sent once the assignments are completed.
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