|Point of Difference||IBPS Clerk||IBPS PO|
|Job Profile||Clerk is the first person who comes in contact with the customers and guides them with different problems.||The candidate of this post is required to have knowledge about various departments like Marketing, Finance, Loans, Accounting and Advances.|
|Responsibilities||The candidate manages withdrawing and depositing the cash of the customers. The candidate issues ESI stamps and the receipts of the cash, ledger balance, data entry and also issues cheque book. The candidate is also required to maintain daily transactions and other information useful to the customers.||The candidate guides the customer regarding new products and services which are introduced by the bank. The candidate also issues cheques, ATM cards, and Demand drafts. Bringing business to the bank and supervising the transactions of the customers is also the duty which a PO has to fulfill.|
|Salary||The salary of a clerk starts from RS. 11000 and goes up to Rs. 42000.||The salary of the PO starts from Rs. 23000 and it depends upon the location where the candidate has been posted.|
|Perquisites and Benefits||The perquisites offered to the clerks are house rent allowance, dearness allowance and some medical allowance as well.||The perquisites which are provided to the Po are special allowance, dearness allowance, house rent allowance, travel allowance, travel allowance, city compensatory allowance, leased accommodation and medical benefits. Pension scheme is also provided to the Po candidates.|
|Procedure for Selection||For clearing the test of the clerical post, there are three steps. First is the prelim for 100 marks and includes aptitude, English and reasoning. The main exam is of 200 marks and is held for 135 minutes and includes reasoning, computer, general knowledge, English and the knowledge regarding the computer.
Final step is the interview for clearing the test.
|There are three steps that are held for the selection of candidates for the post of PO. The prelims exams are the first step which is a test of 100 marks and includes aptitude, English and reasoning.
The main exam is of 200 marks and includes reasoning, computer, general knowledge, English and Data analysis and interpretation.
And the final step is the interview.
Perquisites and Benefits
When the candidate gets selected as the bank clerk, he will get the following perquisites and benefits.
Perquisites and Benefits
The article makes clearly lays down the difference between IBPS Clerk and IBPS PO. This helps the candidates who want to appear for the test.