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IBPS Clerk 2020 Exam

IBPS Clerk 2020: Exam Dates, Notification, Syllabus, Pattern & Preparation

IBPS will be released an official notification for the post of Clerk 2020 on its official website @ ibps.in. The candidates can check the tentative exam dates, eligibility criteria, age limit, and more from the IBPS Clerk 2020 Notification provided below.
Every year the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection holds the IBPS clerical cadre in multiple Public Sector Banks. IBPS started the Common Written Examination (CWE) in the year 2011 to recruit officers and clerks in Public Sector Banks. It accepts online application through its official website for registration of the examination. It is held at various locations throughout India. The mode of examination is online.

IBPS Clerk Mains Result 2019-20 Out

IBPS Clerk Main Result Link to View your Result

IBPS Exam Calendar 2020-21

The Institute of Banking & Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the exam calendar for this year. The candidates were also eagerly waiting for the same. Now they can check all the exam dates in this newly released IBPS exam calendar 2020-21.

Click here to Download IBPS Exam Calendar 2020-21 PDF

IBPS Clerk VACANCIES 2020

No. of Vacancies: There are Expected 12000+ vacancies in IBPS Clerk 2020.

Click here to see Bank-wise & State-wise Vacancies Details 2019

Click here to Download Official Notification 2019

IBPS Clerk 2020: IMPORTANT DATES

The important dates for IBPS Clerk CWE VII 2020 are as follows:
 

Activity Tentative Dates
Start Date for On-line registration September 2020
Last Date for On-line registration October 2020
Download call letters for IBPS Clerk Pre- Exam Training November 2020
Conduct of Pre-Exam Training November 2020
Download call letters for Online examination – Preliminary November 2020
Online Examination – Preliminary 12,13 &19 December 2020
Result of Online exam – Preliminary December 2020/ January 2021
Download Call letter for Online exam – Main January 2021
Online Examination – Main 24 January 2021
Provisional Allotment April 2021

Salary of IBPS Clerk

The initial Basic Pay for IBPS Clerk is Rs 11,765. The IBPS Clerk pay scale is 11765-655/3-13730-815/3-16175-980/4-20095-1145/7-28110-2120/1-30230/1310-1-31540.

IBPS Clerk 2020: Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Graduation Degree from a University recognized by the Government of India. 

Candidates should have a valid Mark-sheet / Degree: Certificate which supports that they are graduates on the day they were registered for the exam. The percentage of marks obtained in Graduation should be mentioned at the time of registration for the IBPS Bank-Clerk examination.

Computer Literacy: Knowledge of computer operation is a must as the IBPS Clerk exam is conducted online.

Language Proficiency: Candidates should have verbal and written proficiency in the official language of the State/UT. The candidate should be able to read, write and speak the language

Age Eligibility :  (As on 01.09.2020):

Minimum: 20 years Maximum: 28 years

Age Relaxation

Nationality / Citizenship of Applicants

Candidates applying for IBPS CWE/Bank Clerk Examination should be one of the following:

1. Citizen of India
2. The subject of Nepal or Bhutan
3. Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanent settlement
4. Person of Indian Origin (PIO) who has migrated from Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam or East African countries of Zaire, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi, with the intention of permanent settlement in India
Candidates belonging to the category 2, 3, 4 must have a certificate of eligibility issued by the Govt of India in their favor.

CATEGORY

AGE RELAXATION

Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe
(SC/ST)

5 years

Other Backward Classes (OBC None
-Creamy Layer)

3 years

Persons with Disabilities (PWD)

10 years

Ex-Servicemen/Disabled
Ex-Serviceman

The actual period of service rendered in the defense forces +3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years

Widows/Divorced Women

9 years

Persons with Domicile of Jammu &Kashmir during the period of 1-1-1980 to 31-12-1989

5 years

Persons affected by 1984 riots

5 years

Regular Employees of Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from
service(for MP state Only)

 5 years

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IBPS Clerk 2020: Exam Pattern
The IBPS Clerk exam (CWE 7) for hiring candidates will be held online. The exam will be in two parts: Preliminary and Mains.

IBPS CLERK PRE EXAM PATTERN

The IBPS Clerk preliminary examination is of one-hour duration and is conducted online. It has 3 sections with having 100 questions in total with a maximum score of 100 marks. There is negative marking in the IBPS Clerk Pre exam as 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer. The section-wise details are given below:

S.No. Subject Questions 

Marks

Time

1

English Language

30

30

20 minutes

2

Numerical Ability

35

35

20 minutes

3

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 minutes

Total

100

100

60 minutes

IBPS CLERK MAINS EXAM PATTERN

The exam pattern of IBPS Clerk Mains is also changed. The main exam is also held online, the latest update by IBPS it has 4 sections there is 190 Question having a total score of 200 marks of 160 minutes duration. Last Year Computer Aptitude and Reasoning Ability section conduct Separately, but in the recent update both sections come together have 50 questions and the time duration is 45 minutes.

The candidates must attempt the sections in the same order and within the allotted time fixed by the examining body. The candidate can’t leave the existing section before the time allotted. The next section can only be attempted after the current section is completed. There is a negative marking with a deduction of 0.25 marks for every mistake.
The section-wise details are given below:

S.No.

Subject Questions Maximum Marks Duration

1

General/Financial Awareness

50

50

35 minutes

2

General English

40

40

35 minutes

3

Reasoning and Computer Aptitude

50

60

45 minutes

4

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

45 minutes

 

                       Total

190

200

160 minutes

Penalty for Wrong Answers:
A penalty for every incorrect answer will be marked in the Objective Tests of both Preliminary and Mains exams. Every wrong answer will be penalized by deducting 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question. There will be no penalty for leaving a question blank, i.e. in case, no answer is marked by the candidate.

 

IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2020

IBPS exam syllabus is similar to other bank exams except that IBPS issues only the broad subjects, they can be further bifurcated into individual topics, based on the questions that have appeared in the exams over the past few years. The IBPS syllabus is divided into two parts:

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Syllabus 2020

This comprises of Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Language.

 Reasoning Ability

          Quantitative Aptitude

  English Language

Logical Reasoning

Simplification

Reading Comprehension

Alphanumeric Series

Profit & Loss

Cloze Test

Ranking/Direction/
Alphabet Test

Mixtures &Alligations

Para jumbles

Data Sufficiency

Simple Interest & Compound Interest &
Surds & Indices

Multiple Meaning / Error
Spotting

Coded Inequalities

Work & Time

Fill in the blanks

Seating
Arrangement

Time & Distance

Miscellaneous

Puzzle

Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere

Paragraph Completion

Tabulation

Data Interpretation

 

Syllogism

Ratio & Proportion, Percentage

 

Blood Relations

Number Systems

 

Input-Output

Sequence & Series

 

Coding-Decoding

Permutation, Combination, Probability

 

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IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training

The Nodal Banks/ Participating Organizations may organize pre-examination training for SC/ST/Religious Minority Community candidates at certain centres as per the strategy issued by the Government of India. This is a kind of training session where candidates are acquainted with the type of questions, common mistakes, and tips for time management, best practices, basic tricks and approaches by experts from training organizations. The purpose is to give a level playing field to students from weaker sections that can’t afford coaching and make them aware of the general facet and recruitment procedure of the exam.

Candidates belonging to the above-mentioned categories can undergo training by signifying the same against a relevant column, at the time of applying on-line. 
The pre-exam training is free of cost with other expenses like travel, food and lodging expenses are incurred by the candidate. Generally, it is conducted five days before the exam and the dates are announced on the official website. Please find below an indicative list of training centres:

North India South India East India West India

Agra

Bengaluru

Agartala

Ahmedabad

Allahabad

Chennai

Balasore

Aurangabad

Amritsar

Coimbatore

Behrampur (Ganjam)

Bhopal

Bareilly

Gulbarga

Bhubaneshwar

Indore

Chandigarh

Hyderabad

Dhanbad

Jabalpur

Dehradun

Kavaratti

Guwahati

Jaipur

Gorakhpur

Kochi

Hubli

Jodhpur

Jammu

Madurai

Kolkata

Mumbai

Kanpur

Mangalore

Muzaffarpur

Nagpur

Karnal

Mysore

Patna

Panaji (Goa)

Lucknow

Port Blair

Ranchi

Pune

Ludhiana

Puducherry

Sambalpur

Raipur

New Delhi

Thiruchirapalli

Shillong

Rajkot

Patiala

Thiruvananthapuram

Siliguri

Vadodara

Rohtak

Vijaywada

Tirupati

 

Shimla

Vishakhapatnam

 

 

Varanasi

 

 

 

IBPS will have some additional centers or remove some depending on the requirement. The Candidates who opt for pre-examination training should download their call letter for training by entering their registration number and password/ date of birth from the Bank's website. Pre-Exam training call letter will not be sent by post.

IBPS Clerk Interview:

IBPS Clerk Exam is not having any interview phase, therefore, the final selection is done on the basis of marks obtained by the aspirants in their Mains Exam. Therefore, IBPS Clerk Mains is a challenging phase which makes it mandatory for the aspirants to score well in Mains to grab a good position in the Final Merit list of IBPS Clerk 2020 Exam.

IBPS Clerk Application Fee

The category wise application fees for the IBPS Clerk exam are given below. Fee/Intimation charges once paid will NOT be refunded on any account nor can it be held in reserve for any other examination or selection. The application fee must be paid online. To know more please check the complete guide for IBPS Clerk Application.

S.NO CATEGORY APPLICATION FEE

1

SC/ST/PWD

Rs.100/- (Intimation Charges only)

2

General and Others

Rs. 600/- (App. Fee including intimation charges)

 

Download IBPS Clerk Call Letter

IBPS Clerk Prelims Admit Card 2019

IBPS Clerk 2019 Preliminary exam admit card has been released by IBPS for all candidates who have successfully submitted the online application for the same. IBPS will be organizing IBPS CLERK 2019 Prelims exam for the post of Clerical Cadre on 07th and 08th December 2019. The admit card link for IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims exam has published on the 26th of November 2019 at the official website of IBPS.
IBPS Clerk Admit Card Link for 2019 Prelims exam has been updated below post the link has been published by IBPS at its official website i.e. https://ibps.in/. So all candidates who have applied for IBPS 2019 exam are required to download the IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Admit Card by clicking on the link given below:

Click Here to download IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Admit Card

Aspirants qualifying mains are eligible for a final selection and they will be shortlisted according to the rank achieved and guidelines set for the selection policy.

Steps to download Admit Card:

  • Step 1: Go to Official Website of IBPS i.e ibps.in/
  • Step 2: Click on Call Letters Link.
  • Step 3: In the new window, enter your Registration Number/Roll Number and D.O.B./Password. Also, fill the Captcha Box.
  • Step 4: Click on the "SUBMIT" button.
  • Step 5: IBPS Clerk Admit Card will be displayed on the screen. You can save the Admit Card in Pdf format or print the same as per your choice.

Note: In case there is a delay in accessing the admit card download the reason could be any such as internet speed or any network glitch. It also happens when a large number of candidates are downloading the admit card at the same time. In that event, you can retry after 5-10 minutes when the network is free or the site is having less traffic.

IBPS Clerk 2019 Mains Admit Card

IBPS Clerk 2019 Mains exam admit card has been released by IBPS on 7th January 2020 to recruit 12,074 vacancies of clerical through IBPS Clerk 2019-20 Recruitment exam. IBPS will be organizing IBPS CLERK 2019 mains exam for the post of Clerical Cadre on 19th January 2020. The admit card link for the IBPS Clerk 2019 Mains exam has published on 7th January 2020 at the official website of IBPS.
So all candidates who have applied for IBPS 2019 exam are required to download the IBPS Clerk 2019, Mains Admit Card, by clicking on the link given below:

 

IBPS Clerk Result

The final result of the IBPS Clerk Mains 2019-20 Exam was declared by IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Board) on Jan 2020. Aspirants who appeared in the exam can check their result from the link given below:

Steps to check IBPS Clerk Mains 2019-20 Result

Step 1: Click on the link mentioned below to check the IBPS Clerk Result for the Mains Exam.

Step 2: Now fill your roll number and date of birth

Step 3: IBPS Clerk Prelims result will be displayed on the screen.

All candidates can check IBPS Clerk Prelims Result by clicking on the link mentioned below:

Click here to check the IBPS Clerk Mains 2020 Result

IBPS Clerk mains Score Card 2019-20

The Scorecard for IBPS Clerk 2019 Mains exam has been released on January 2020. Candidates who have appeared for the Mains examination can check the IBPS Clerk Mains Scorecard on the official website (https://ibps.in/) or Click on the link given below. IBPS Clerk Mains Scorecard Link is mentioned below.


IBPS Clerk Exam Centre

The IBPS Clerk exam (CWE) is held online at various centres all over India and the candidates can mention their options at the time of filling in the online application. Though there is non-availability of seats at preferred venues yet IBPS allots an exam centre other than the choices made by a candidate. 

IBPS is the only authority to add or remove an exam centre. The candidates can’t make any requests for the change in the exam centre. Any indecent behaviour at the examination centre can lead to the cancellation of the application.

Selection Procedure 

The selection process of IBPS Clerk consists of 2 phases (preliminary and mains).  The candidates must qualify each of them to go on to the next phase. 
The important steps of the IBPS Clerk Recruitment Procedure are as follows:

•Online Preliminary Examination:

Sufficient number of candidates in each category is shortlisted by IBPS depending upon the requirements for Online Main Examination

Online Mains Examination:

Candidates need to qualify each section as well as the overall cut-off in the main exam to be eligible for the Final Selection.

•Final Result:

The Final result is declared on the basis of the merit list in IBPS Clerk Mains Exam.

•Provisional Allotment:

The provisional allotment of the eligible candidate is released on the official website. The IBPS allots Banks to the candidates on the basis of the preferences they have made at the time of the online registration.
IBPS plays a role in the selection process until the provisional selection of different banks. Further, the responsibility to inform the qualified candidates about their joining dates and procedures lies with the respective banks.

IBPS Clerk Online Application

The registration for IBPS Clerk Exam 2020 will be done online. In order to avoid any technical errors please make sure that the web-browser used to fill up the IBPS Clerk 2020 Application form is one of the following:

  • Internet Explorer 8 and above
  • Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above
  • Google Chrome 3.0 and above
  • Candidates applying online must have the following pre-requisites:
  • A valid Email Id
  • Photograph and Signature scanned in the prescribed size
  • Application Fee must be paid online so all document required for online transaction
  • The IBPS Clerk 2020 application form can only be filled on the official website.
  • Before proceeding with the registration and application process, all candidates are requested to go through the complete guide for IBPS Clerk Online Application

Exam Analysis IBPS Clerk 2019

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis 2019 - 07th December (Ist Shift)

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam has commenced from 07th December 2019. Many aspirants have appeared for the IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam and now is the time to analyze your attempts and questions. This post will provide you detailed subject-wise analysis of the exam which will help the aspirants to get an idea of the questions and topics asked in IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam 2019 in shift -1.

IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2019: Good Attempts

The preliminary exam for IBPS Clerk was conducted online and had 100 questions for 60 minutes. Candidates have to manage those 60 minutes (20 minutes for each section) themselves while dealing with three sections- Reasoning (35 Ques), Quantitative Aptitude (35 Ques), and English (30 Ques).

Subject Good Attempt Time
English Language 21-25 20
Reasoning Ability 27-32 20
Quantitative Aptitude 22-26 20
Total 76-83 60
 

IBPS Clerk Exam 2019: Section-wise Analysis

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

This section had 35 questions. The level of the Quantitative Aptitude section was Easy to Moderate. One can easily attempt questions if they have practised well. DI questions based on a Tabular DI in this slot.

The Quantitative Aptitude questions asked were:

Topic No. of Questions Level
Data Interpretation 5 Easy-Moderate
Number Series 5 Easy
Quadratic Equation 5 Easy
Simplification & Approximation 8-13 Easy
Arithmetic Word Problems (Profit and Loss, Problem on Ages, SI & CI etc) 7 Moderate
Total 35 Easy-Moderate

GENERAL ENGLISH

This section had 30 questions and the overall level of difficulty was Easy to Moderate. There was one set of Reading Comprehension with 10 questions out of which 1 question was of identifying the synonym. The passage of the RC was based on an article related to flexibility in jobs and the availability of working from any remote location.

Topic No. of Questions Level
Reading Comprehension  10 Moderate
Error Detection (Spelling & Grammatical) 5 Easy-Moderate
Single Filler 5 Easy
Cloze Test 5 Moderate
Sentence Rearrangement 5 Easy-Moderate
Total 30 Easy-Moderate

REASONING ABILITY

The level of reasoning was of Easy to Moderate. 4 Puzzles and Seating Arrangement questions were asked in the exam. The section did not come with any surprises whatsoever.

Following were the types of Puzzles & Seating Arrangement asked in the exam:

  1. Square seating arrangement
  2. Month Based Puzzle
  3. Linear Seating Arrangement, Parallel Line, 12 no of people
  4. A certain number of peoples Seating Arrangement

The Reasoning Ability questions are:

Topics No. of Questions Level
Puzzles and Seating Arrangement 20 Moderate
Syllogism 5 Easy-Moderate
Alphanumeric Series 5 Easy-Moderate
Miscellaneous 5 Easy-Moderate
Total 35 Easy to Moderate

We hope that the exam analysis of 7th December for IBPS Clerk 2019 will help candidates to prepare for the upcoming shifts for Preliminary Exam to be held on 7th and 8th December 2019.


IBPS CLERK PREPARATION

Candidates must prepare in a systematic manner for the IBPS Clerk exam. The candidates should be aware of the latest syllabus and exam pattern. The syllabus covers various topics, it is important to choose the right study material so that you can understand the concepts and practices a wide variety of questions as well.

IBPS Clerk 2020 left everyone worried about the surprising change in the exam pattern. This is the reason we have decided to provide you with the relevant new pattern questions that were asked in last year's banking exams.

New pattern questions are simply the application of concepts in a new form. You just need to practice them a lot so that you don't face issues in IBPS Clerk 2020.
Candidates must go through previous year IBPS questions so that they have an idea of what to expect in IBPS Clerk 2020.

Cut Off for IBPS Clerk 2018-19 Prelims Exam

IBPS has released IBPS Clerk 2018-19 Prelims Result & Cut-Off. The Online Prelims Exam was held on 08th, 09th, and 15th of December 2018. The Online mains exam for IBPS Clerk will be held on the 20th of January 2019 (Sunday). So all candidates can check IBPS Clerk 2018 Prelims Cut-Off which is mentioned below:
The IBPS Clerk 2018-19 Prelims Cut-Off for General category is mentioned below:

State Name Cut Off
Uttar Pradesh 74.00
Madhya Pradesh 71.25
Delhi 71.75
Gujarat 67.75
Bihar 73.50
Tamil Nadu 57.75
Odisha 72.75
Rajasthan 73.00
Haryana 73.00
Andhra Pradesh  75.75
Telangana 58.25
Karnataka 66.25
Himachal Pradesh 73.00
Jharkhand 74.00
Maharashtra 63.25
Assam 67.25
West Bengal 73.50
Punjab 73.25
Chandigarh 66.75


The final cut-off of IBPS Clerk 2017-18 prelims has been declared by IBPS. The candidates looking for the result can check the final cut off from the table given below:

State/ UT SC ST OBC UR

Andaman & Nicobar

NA

NA

NA

NA

Andhra Pradesh

40.27

31.84

48.31

50.78

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

41.49

NA

46.43

Assam

40.79

36.16

43.43

47.17

Bihar

38.86

37.27

50.95

53.43

Chandigarh

46.39

NA

47.95

54.07

Chattisgarh

39.46

24.49

50.34

50.43

Dadar & Nagar Haweli

NA

NA

NA

39.02

Daman & Diu

NA

NA

36.91

45.92

Delhi

42.58

38.03

47.81

53.82

Goa

NA

24.43

44.07

44.70

Gujarat

39.95

23.62

44.04

47.53

Haryana

39.21

NA

46.81

52.72

Himachal Pradesh

43.91

40.74

43.17

52.88

Jammu & Kashmir

NA

35.74

42.71

52.31

Jharkhand

34.24

31.02

46.21

47.29

Karnataka

36.77

31.41

43.67

44.56

Kerala

40.68

30.85

50.52

52.32

Lakshadweep

NA

NA

NA

NA

Madhya Pradesh

36.43

26.63

45.03

48.89

Maharashtra

42.91

26.32

43.93

45.95

Manipur

45.77

41.74

62.36

44.21

Meghalaya

NA

38.31

37.82

39.09

Mizoram

NA

NA

NA

40.79

Nagaland

NA

39.74

NA

40.45

Odisha

37.07

31.32

50.64

51.22

Puducherry

41.27

NA

47.47

48.06

Punjab

37.88

NA

45.22

53.16

Rajasthan

38.28

34.70

48.17

52.93

Sikkim

NA

NA

47.21

49.67

Tamil Nadu

39.39

35.29

48.27

48.49

Telangana

40.18

34.17

48.72

49.97

Tripura

45.68

28.50

NA

48.86

Uttar Pradesh

37.20

33.53

44.24

51.13

Uttarakhand

40.16

38.11

47.11

53.16

West Bengal

42.14

35.95

45.06

54.47

IBPS CLERK CUT OFF – 2017

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Cut off 2016-17. IBPS Clerk Exam cut off varies from state to state.

The cut off for IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam 2016-17 is shown below for reference:


Andhra Pradesh

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.25

73

Assam

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

71.25

Bihar

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

67.50

Maharastra

'

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.20

10.75

59.25

Madhya pradesh

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

65.75

Meghalaya

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

65.75

Odisha

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.00

08.50

08.25

70.75

Punjab

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

66.50

Karnataka

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

58.25

Gujrat

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

58.75

Haryana

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

68.00

Jammu & Kashmir

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

68.75

Jharkhnad

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

70.75

Chhattisgarh

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

63.50

Delhi

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

67.25

Himchal Pradesh

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

66.50

Rajasthan

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

66.75

Tamil Nadhu

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

58.00

Telangana

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

65.00

Kerala

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

04.25

05.75

06.75

71.00

Uttar Pradesh

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

67.75

Tripura

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

60.00

Uttarakhand

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

71.25

West Bengal

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Total

07.75

10.25

10.75

70.50


 IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Cut off 2016-17

The cut off for IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2016-17 is shown below for reference:

English

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

Computer

GA

07.75

05.50

07.75

16.25

09.25



IBPS Clerk FAQs

Q1. When IBPS willl release its Official Notification for IBPS Clerk 2020-21 Exam?

Ans1. The Official Notification of IBPS Clerk 2020-21 exam is expected to be released by first week of September 2020.

Q2.How many vacancies are announced for the IBPS clerk in 2020?

Ans2. It is expected to be more than 12000 vacancies in IBPS Clerk 2020.

Q3. What is the age limit for IBPS Clerk exams?

Ans3. A candidate must be 21-28 years of age (Age relaxation of 5 years is given to candidates belonging to SC and ST. The candidates belonging to OBC categories are given an age relaxation of 3 years. The candidates holding Jammu and Kashmir quota are also given an age relaxation of 5 years).

Q4. Is 60% necessary in graduation to become an IBPS Clerk?

Ans4. No, 60% in graduation is not necessary to appear for IBPS Clerk exams. Percentage in graduation is not considered in the eligibility criteria for IBPS Clerk exams.

Q5. Is a B.Tech student eligible for IBPS Clerk exams?

Ans5. Yes, a B.Tech student is eligible for IBPS Clerk exam. A candidate only needs to have a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q6. What percentage is required in graduation for the IBPS Clerk exam?

Ans6. Percentage in graduation is not considered in the eligibility criteria for IBPS Clerk exams. A candidate only needs to have a Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q7. Can a B.Sc graduate apply for IBPS Clerk exams?

Ans7. Yes, a B.Sc graduate can apply for IBPS Clerk exam. To appear in IBPS Clerk exams, you just need to have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.

Q8. Can a BA student apply for the IBPS Clerk exam?

Ans8. Yes, a BA student can apply for the IBPS Clerk exam. All the candidates having a Graduate Degree in any discipline from a recognized University is eligible for bank exam.

Q9. How many attempts are in the IBPS Clerk?

Ans9. No attempts are counted in the IBPS Clerk exam. Candidates don’t need to worry about the attempts for the exam. Just prepare for the exam without any tension.

Q10. When are the exams for IBPS Clerk scheduled?

Ans10. The IBPS Clerk exam is held in the month of December every year.

Q11. Is it a bilingual exam?

Ans11. Yes, except the English language test as the other tests are conducted bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi.

Q12. Whether examination has negative marking?

Ans12. Yes, 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer.

Q13. What is the selection procedure of IBPS Clerk?

Ans13. The recruitment procedure of IBPS Clerk will take place in three steps:
  • Preliminary Exam
  • Mains Exam
  • Language Proficiency Test

Q14. Will there be any sectional cut off for IBPS Clerk Exam?

Ans14. Yes, there is sectional and overall cut off in Prelims as well as Mains Examination. A candidate has to qualify both the cut-offs in order to secure the seat for the next phase of the exam.

Q15. Will there be a common interview after the written result?

Ans15. No, there will be no common interview. The IBPS Clerk selection process doesn’t comprise of a personal interview stage. But candidates should be proficient in the language of the state from which they are applying.

Q16. What qualification is needed for IBPS Clerk job?

Ans2. A Graduation Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government.
  • Other Requirements: Computer Literacy is a must. Candidate must possess operating as well as working knowledge of Computer System. For this, candidates should have followed -
  1. Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate in Computer Operations/ Language
  2. Should have studied Computer/ Information Technology as one of the subjects in High School/ Institute/ College.
  • Proficiency in Local Language: Candidates should also be proficient in the language of the state from which they are applying. This means that the candidates should know how to read, write and speak the official language of the state of union territory from which they are applying.

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