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tannuk56

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tannuk56

from where i can file the rti act 2005, to know the marks in oriental bank of commerce probationary exam 2010.? wht is the procedure ? please reply me?thanks in advance

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peeush999

Dear Sir

I want to know my written exam marks in the exam of PO of OBC bank held on 13th Dec 2009.

 

my rollno is 19711997.

 

Give me the positive response or show me the way to know the same.

If there is any procedure to follow for that.

Plz let me know that one.

Thanks in advance for ur valuable help.

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ambrish.p

Dear Peeyush

 

Please see post # 2

 

regards

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peeush999

Dear Sir

I am unable to fine PIO related information or icon on the OBC portal.

Than what to do next??

Thanks

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mimi sarkar

i would like to know the cut off marks for the recent bank po exam

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ambrish.p

Dear Mimim

 

Please read this full thread.

 

regards

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mimi sarkar

i want to know the ideal score of the bank po.... link provided didnt fulfill my query.

The exam result of the bank po only show the names of the successful candidates... they dnt provide the marks obtained by those individuals.

The exam result should be more transparent like other competitive exam like Cat n Mat.

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karira
i want to know the ideal score of the bank po.... link provided didnt fulfill my query.

The exam result of the bank po only show the names of the successful candidates... they dnt provide the marks obtained by those individuals.

The exam result should be more transparent like other competitive exam like Cat n Mat.

 

That is why it was suggested to you to file a RTI and find out.

 

You can ask for marks obtained by all candidates - successful or unsuccessful as well as the cut off marks.

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DACHURI MANOHAR

I want know how many marks cutoff for the unreserve candidates of SBI CLERK NOV 2009 EXAMINATION in ANDHRA PRADESH REGION.

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Hi mr. Khushal phathak my name is sonu. Ihave written bank of india 's p.o. Exam now result was out but i didnot get call for interview i think i have done very well in my written exam so i just want to know my marks hwo to access this information please tell me its very urjent reply as early as possible thank you

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jps50

Please file RTI application with ACPIO of the Bank and seek status, marks etc by referring to:

 

Central Govt appln:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/19-rti-application-central-govt-info.html

 

Effective:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/93-how-make-rti-application-effective.html

 

You can address application to ACPIO/branch head and lodge with Rs.10/- in cash at any of branches of the bank, as all branch heads are designated as ACPIO.

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rajeshjha114

hi can any body tell me if i can ask for my individual cut-off marks scored in the recently conducted Bank of India PO examinations under my right to information from the bank authority

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ambrish.p

Dear Rajesh

 

Please refer post # 12 & 14

 

regards

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kbs3kbs

HELLO FRIENDS,

I am a new member of this forum.

I want to know where should i appeal for my marks and marks of successful candidate of bihar state held in NOv 2009

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jps50

For format and guidelines please visit:

 

Central Govt appln:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/19-rti-application-central-govt-info.html

 

Effective:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/93-how-make-rti-application-effective.html

 

Few banks like SBI, Bank of India, Central Bank of India, Dena Bank have designated their all branch heads as ACPIO and hence RTI applications and appeals can be filed with any branch of that bank with Rs.10 in cash as filing fee. Applicants save on postal expenses. Please address applications to ACPIO/Branch Head, Name of bank and branch. Branch head will mail it to correct dept within 5 days of its receipt by him.

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NEHA TANK

sir,how can we know about our marks in bank clerk exams.

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ambrish.p

Dear Neha

 

Please read this full thread.

 

regards

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BANKPO

I appeared for BOB Po on 30th may 2010, but could not get in merit list .I just want to file an RTI to know my marks and overall cut off to get call so that it will help me for future banks . through this humble request of mine I am not daring to challenge bank or IBPS in any way or anyway doubting their flawless judgement but only want to know marks

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karira

Bankpo,

Your post has been merged with another thread on the same subject topic.

 

Please read the full thread above and all the links given in the posts.

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