IBPS is governed by a board that includes nominees from the government organizations such as the Ministry of Finance Government, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, Indian Bank’s Association, Indian Institute of Technology, Reserve Bank of India and the public sector banks. IBPS announces clerk vacancies every year. This year the exam is conducted in the name of IBPS Clerk VIII for 2019-20. This exam is a gateway to join in any nineteen nationalized banks that participate in the IBPS Clerk recruitment process. Those who are willing to get posted in banks can use this wonderful opportunity. IBPS Clerk prelims exam date is announced to be conducted on 8/9/15/16.12.18 as per the IBPS yearly calendar and the official notification is yet to be released. IBPS Clerk prelims exam result is expected by December or January 2019.
The application fee for SC/ST/PWD/Ex service candidates is Rs.100/- whereas for OBC and other categories the application fee is Rs.600/-. The selection process is done by conducting IBPS Clerk prelims exam and IBPS Clerk main exam.
IBPS Clerk prelims exam pattern is
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IBPS Clerk prelims exam carries 3 sections for 100 marks and 0.25% of the question mark will be deducted as negative mark for every wrong answer. Both the exams are conducted online. So, if the candidates are not sure with the right answers, better they need not attend it as the wrong answer is deducted with negative marking.
IBPS Clerk prelims analysis
Previous year exam analysis helps to understand the types of questions and toughness level asked in the exam. The aspirants may go through the previous year question papers and model papers to understand the difficulty level of the exam.
IBPS Clerk Recruitment process
- Firstly, all candidates have to appear for IBPS Clerk prelims exam and to qualify it.
- If the candidates passed in the IBPS Clerk prelims exam then they are eligible to appear for mains.
- The merit list will be prepared on the basis of their performance in the main exam.
- Shortlisted candidates will be allotted based on their bank preferences
The recruitment procedure completes after the provisional allotment and the allotted banks will perform the further procedure for candidates joining.
As no interview is conducted for IBPS Clerk exam, candidates have to perform well both in IBPS Clerk prelims exam and mains. Last year the vacancy was 7883 whereas this year it is expected to be more than that or may be less than that.
Following the tips you can easily crack the First, understand the paper format thoroughly and then plan your strategy for the exam.