IBPS Clerk Exam Selection
IBPS is conducting with the main reason of recruiting Clerical cadre posts in various Public sector banks. All participants must note that what is the Selection Procedure of IBPS Clerk vacancy.
IBPS Clerk Selection Procedure is divided in two different section which is common Written Exam (CWE) & Second is Interview Check details is given below.
IBPS Clerk Exam Selection Procedure
1. Common Written Exam (CWE) Pre & Mains
1. IBPS Clerks CWE: Institute of banking Personnel (IBPS) scheduled Online written exam as Objective type paper in two levels Pre & Mains. Pre Paper contains 100 questions of 100 marks time duration 01 hour and Mains exam contains 200 Questions from five sections which is Reasoning, English Language, Numerical ability, General Awareness and computer Knowledge. each Sections contains equal marks of 40. and Time duration for Clerk Paper is 02 Hours. Score also effect by Negative marking for every wrong answer which calculate 0.25 per answer. Each Candidate required to score minimum passing marks in each section to be qualified for call of Interview.
2. Interview: All Shortlisted candidates called for a Interview by all participants organisations or banks in each State with the help of IBPS. Interview session will be conducted at selected centres. And the Passing marks of Interview will be 40% out of 100. reserved candidates take advantage of 5% marks in total scoring. Ration of whole exam process will be 80:20 (CWE : Interview). After Call for Interview aspirants must carry these given document at Interview centre.
(i) Printout of Valid Interview Call Letter
(ii) Valid System generated Online Application form
(iii) Date of Birth Proof
(vi) Photo Identity Proof
(v) Graduation Mark sheet
(vi) If Applied for reservation Caste Certificate
(vii) Medical Certificate for Physically Disability candidates
(viii) Experience Certificates
(ix) NOC from department those candidates perusing in any Government Jobs / Public Sector Undertaking etc.
Whose are qualified in both sections to be shortlisted for subsequent provisional Allotment Process.