IBPS Clerk 2017 Selection Procedure

IBPS Clerk notification 2017 is out and the exam is scheduled for the month of December and will be held at different centers across the country. This exam is conducted every year to recruit personnel for the post of clerk in various participating banks. All the candidates should check the Selection Process of IBPS Clerk to get well acquainted with the exam.

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the online exam as Objective type paper in two tiers that is the Prelims & the Mains.

The Prelims Paper is an 1-hour paper containing 100 questions of 100 marks. There is a negative marking of 0.25 for each incorrect answer. The candidates will have to clear the sectional and overall cut-offs to get qualified for the mains exam.

Mains exam contains 200 Questions and comprises of five sections which are Reasoning, English Language, Numerical Ability, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. Each Section contains assigned sectional marks and the total duration for Clerk mains Paper is 135 minutes. The mains exam also contains a negative marking for every wrong answer which is 0.25 per incorrect answer. Each Candidate is required to clear the sectional and overall cut-offs to get selected for the provisional allotment.

The Selection process of IBPS Clerk includes two steps:

  • 1st Step: Preliminary Examination (100 Marks)

Total marks-100

Time duration-01 hour

Question type-Multiple choice

Negative mark- 0.25 for each

  • 2nd Step: Mains Examination (200 Marks)

Total marks-200

Time duration-02 hours

Question type-Multiple choice

Negative mark- 0.25 for each incorrect answer

Please Note: There will be no interview process for the IBPS clerk exam. 100% weightage will be on the scores of the main exam. The IBPS Clerk 2017 selection will be based on written exam of mains, here the prelims will not be considered.

Documents required at the time of verification:

  • Valid System generated Online Application form
  • Photo Identity Proof
  • Date of Birth Proof
  • NOC from department those candidates are pursuing in any Government Jobs / Public Sector Undertaking etc.
  • If applied for reservation Caste Certificate
  • Experience Certificates
  • Medical Certificate for Physically Disability candidates
  • Printout of Valid Calls Letter
  • Graduation Mark sheet

For further information, aspirants are advised to visit the website or call our experts at 09243500460. Byju’s provide the detailed explanations of the syllabus-topics along with preparation tips and previous year question papers to help the candidates prepare well for different bank exams.

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