BANKING IBPS CLERK

BANKING IBPS CLERK

IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) is an autonomous body, which conducts Common Written Exam for the clerical cadre in multiple Government as well as Public Sector banks all over the country. IBPS conducts exam on two levels, preliminary exam and mains. Interview is not required for the clerical post. Candidates qualifying both these exams are selected for the post. It is a great opportunity for the young candidates to get into government services.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

EXAM PATTERN AND SYLLABUS

IBPS Clerical Exam is conducted in two stages- Preliminary and Mains. Both the exams are held in Online mode.

Phase-1: Preliminary Examination

IBPS Preliminary is an online exam, which tests the candidate’s English, numerical and reasoning ability. There are 3 sections in total. Candidates are given 20 minutes for each section to solve the paper.

S.NoName of Tests(Objective)No. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
1English Language303020 minutes
2Numerical Ability353520 minutes
3Reasoning Ability353520 minutes
Total1001001 hour

Candidates have to qualify each of the three tests by securing cut-off marks to be decided by IBPS.Adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by IBPS depending upon requirements areshortlisted for Online Mains examination.

Phase-2: Mains Examination

The Pattern of IBPS Clerk Mains Exam has been changed. It now consists of 190 questions, which needs to be completed within a time frame of 160 minutes. This year, Computer Aptitude and Reasoning Ability Section have been merged together, which consists of 50 questions, that needs to be solved in 45 minutes. Both the exams are bilingual, i.e., in Hindi and English.

Serial No.SectionNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
1.Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude506045 minutes
2.English Language404035 minutes
3.Quantitative Aptitude505045 minutes
4.General Awareness/Financial Awareness505035 minutes
Total190200160 minutes

 

Negative Marking: There is a penalty of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer, in both preliminary and mains examination. There is no penalty for the questions that are left blank or are unanswered.

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