IBPS and Everything You Need to Know

The IBPS holds recruitment exams on an annual basis in partnership with a number of public sector banks for many posts such as probationary officer, clerk or management trainee, among others.

Common Written Examination (CWE):
IBPS CWE is one among the most competitive examinations in India with a selection ratio of 1 out of 200. Candidates receive the date and venue of the exam via a call letter, which will be available for download a few days after they register at the IBPS website. The exam uses negative marking for false answers.

As of 2015, the process has changed to a two-tier system. Tier I is an easier exam where a larger number of candidates are expected to pass, and tier II has a higher level of difficulty. Candidates who pass both stages of CWE will be called for the interview.

The exam syllabus covers topics such as reasoning, general awareness, English language, quantitative aptitude, computer knowledge and professional knowledge.(wiki)

IBPS Specialist Officers:
There are multiple positions under IBPS Specialist officers, some of them are IT Officers (Scale I), Agricultural Field Officers (Scale I), Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I), Law Officers (Scale I), HR / Personnel Officers (Scale I), and Marketing Officers (Scale I). Registration for the posts starts in November, while the exam is conducted in January and final result are declared in April. The exam is of 200 marks consisting of 200 questions and it has 50 questions of professional knowledge of 75 marks.

IBPS Probationary Officers:
For IBPS Provationary Officers, Selection Procedure are classified in 3 phases, Phase 1 preliminary Objective Test, Phase 2 mains Objective Test and Phase 3 interview. Preliminary exam conducts in October and mains exam also conducts in October month or next month in November and interview conducts in January.Candidate must have pass the graduation in any discipline, For Appearing in IBPS PO.There is not any percentage criteria for IBPS PO Exam. The minimum age shoud be 20 while maximum age limit is 30 years. Age Relaxation is also there on the bases on applicant’s category.

IBPS Clerk:
Prelim exam and the Mains exam are two online exams consisted by the IBPS Clerk Pattern 2016. English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability are the 3 sections that IBPS Prelims exam has. The exam has a total of 100 questions and each question carries 1 mark. The IBPS Exam has 5 sections to be exact that includes,General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. The Mains exam consists of 200 questions,  each section containing 40 questions. A separate time frame is allotted to each section within which the questions need to be answered. Both of these exams have negative marking. For every wrong answer, the candidate lose 0.25 marks.

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