[AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams

Vamshi. G gvamshiai at gmail.com
Sat Jul 17 09:20:10 EDT 2010


Hi,

The present rules of scribe are certainly ridiculous.

now that all banks are free to lay down their own rules, people/NGOs
in a certain area should approach the banks whose central offices are
located in that particular area.  For example, Mr. Gautam, President
of NFB Karnataka, is in Banglore and hence can approach banks like
Corporation bank, Vijaya Bank, Syndicate bank, etc.  Efforts can be
made to  sensitise them about the present rules and how they are
making life difficult for visually challenged people, and above all,
propose rules that are amicable to both banks and candidates.

They should be sensitised as to how aspects like scribe from a
different academic stream are irrelevant for a banking entrance exam,
and how strengthening of invigilation can replace the current
stringent rules.

Almost all the banks' head offices are located in places like Mumbai,
Delhi, Kolkatta, Chennai, Hyderabad, Banglore, where we have some very
good NGOs operating.  So, they can summarise the experiences of
visually challenged people and present them before the banks.

In the meanwhile, we can put efforts towards creating a centralised
database of willing scribes and try to cater to the needs of needy
people.  In searching scribes, once our own friend on Access India was
successful in using social networking sites like Orkut, Twitter, etc.,
to find people with the required conditions.

I heard kanchan madam is fighting a legal battle on this issue, but
don't know the details and progress.  But as she always says, everyone
should shoulder the responsibility in winning a major battle.

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On 7/2/10, gautam <gtm.agrawal at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear swasti,
>
> Thanks a lot for responding my quires in regard with facility of writer in
> bank exams. Actually some people from Karnataka have approached me to
> address the issue of relaxation in eligibility condition for writer for not
> having more tahn 60% marks in last exam.  According to them because of this
> condition it is difficult to get eligible writer in time.  Here I would like
> to know what are the experiences and thoughts of the people in all other
> states in this regard.
>
> With regards,
>
> Gautam Agarwal.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Swasti Mathur
> Sent: 29 June 2010 17:41
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Quarries about writer in Bank exams
>
> hello sir,
> rules for a writer in bank exams are as follows.
> the scribe is to be arranged by the candidate itself. bank does not
> provide any such facility.
> the qualification of writer must be one grade less than the required
> qualification for the post. for example, required qualification for the
> post of clerk is 10 + 2, than writer should be of 10 + 1 or less. but
> not equevilant to 10 + 2.
> percentage of scribe in last passed exam in any case should not be more
> than 60%.
> probabely, all banks have same eligibility criteria for scribe. it does
> not vary from bank to bank.
> every state has same rules regarding writer. while filling form you have
> to specify in the form whether you need a scribe or not.
> hope everything is clear.
> gautam wrote:
>> Hello friends,
>>
>>
>>
>> Would anyone respond my quarries pertaining to the provision of writer for
>> v.i. Examinees in bank exams which include following
>>
>>
>>
>> 1.            If the writer is provided by bank? Or the examinee has to
>> arrange his/ her own.
>>
>>
>>
>> 2.         What are the eligibility conditions for writer?
>>
>>
>>
>> 3.         If these rules equally apply in all bank exams or vary from
> bank
>> to bank?
>>
>>
>>
>>  4.        If the rules may vary from state to state even in same bank?
>>
>>
>>
>>  5.        Some one has told me that one of the conditions is that the
> marks
>> of the writer in last passed exam should be less than 60 p.c. Is this
> true?
>>
>>
>>
>> 6.                  Does this condition not cause inconvenience to get a
>> suitable writer?
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> With due regard,
>>
>>
>>
>>  Gautam agarwal.
>>
>>
>>
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