IBPS Clerk Vacancy Analysis – UP offers maximum vacancies in 3 years; Daman & Diu least
Updated on Dec 28, 2018 - 3 p.m. IST by Bachan Thakur
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Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has announced the maximum number of IBSP Clerk vacancies in Uttar Pradesh (UP), in 3 years. In other words, Uttar Pradesh has emerged as a state to offer maximum number of vacancies in 3 years. In the year 2016, while the authorities had announced 2612 vacancies, in 2017, the state saw 665 vacancies and 944 IBPS Clerk vacancies in the year 2018. This means that in the three years IBPS has announced 4221 vacancies for Uttar Pradesh alone, which is maximum for any state in three years. 


Uttar Pradesh is followed by Tamil Nadu with 3101 vacancies for IBPS Clerk in three years. In 2016, the authority had announced 1032 vacancies for IBPS Clerk,1277 in 2017 and 792 in 2018. Next to Tamil Nadu is Maharashtra with maximum number of clerk vacancies -  2896, in three years. The state saw 1349 vacancies in 2016, 775 in 2017 and 772 in 2018. 


Some other states which had over 2000 IBPS Clerk vacancies in three years are Karnataka, West Bengal and Punjab. In 2016, where Karnataka had 1467 vacancies for the post, West Bengal and Punjab saw 1350 and 1335 vacancies respectively. In 2017, Karnataka, West Bengal and Punjab had 554, 417 and 401 vacancies respectively. In 2018, where Karnataka had 618 vacancies, West Bengal and Punjab had 410 and 405 vacancies respectively. 


State-wise IBPS Clerk Vacancies (2016-2018)


State/UT

2016

2017

2018

Total

Uttar Pradesh

2612

665

944

4221

Tamil Nadu

1032

1277

792

3101

Maharashtra

1349

775

772

2896

Karnataka

1467

554

618

2639

West Bengal

1350

417

410

2177

Punjab 

1335

401

405

2141

Gujarat

769

487

533

1789

Madhya Pradesh

1059

290

325

1674

New Delhi

983

272

362

1617

Rajasthan

975

344

268

1587

Andhra Pradesh

699

485

167

1351

Kerala

842

217

291

1350

Bihar

770

227

178

1175

Haryana

792

175

146

1113

Telangana

546

344

162

1052

Odisha

591

196

191

978

Assam

389

109

94

592

Chhattisgarh

302

118

89

509

Jharkhand

271

127

110

508

Uttarakhand

330

78

97

505

Himachal Pradesh

314

73

90

477

Goa 

96

41

48

185

Jammu & Kashmir 

83

34

61

178

Chandigarh

88

34

37

159

Arunachal Pradesh

13

8

94

115

Tripura

50

18

18

86

Puducherry

9

46

22

77

Meghalaya

23

17

6

46

Manipur

22

11

8

41

Sikkim

15

11

10

36

Nagaland

12

12

4

28

Anadaman & Nicobar

25

0

0

25

Lakshadweep

20

2

1

23

Mizoram

13

3

2

18

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

2

7

3

12

Daman & Diu

1

8

1

10


Apart from these sates with maximum number of IBPS Clerk vacancies in three years, other states like Telangana, Bihar, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, New Delhi, Andhara Pradesh, etc. offered vacancies ranging from 1000 to 1800 in three years. Check the above below for specific number of respective vacancies for any given state. 


While UP has offered maximum number of IBPS Clerk vacancies in 3 years, it’s Daman & Diu which has seen least number of clerk vacancies in three years. From 2016-2018, Daman & Diu has only 10 vacancies – 1 each in both 2016 and 2018, and 8 in 2017. 


Next to Daman & Diu is Dadra & Nagar Haveli with 12 vacancies in 3 years. Mizoram stands next to Dadra & Nagar Haveli with 18 vacancies. Where Dadra & Nagar Haveli saw 2, 7 and 3 vacancies in 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively, Mizoram had 13, 3 and 2 vacancies for the same three years. With a little more vacancies (23), Lakshadweep stands next to Mizoram. Anadaman & Nicobar and Nagaland are also in the list of states and UTs with minimum number of vacancies. 


In three years, while Andaman & Nicobar saw 25 vacancies, Nagaland has recorded 28 vacancies in three years.  Anadaman & Nicobar had only 25 vacancies in 2016, while IBPS announced no vacancy in 2017 and 2018. In case of Nagaland, IBPS has announced 12 vacancies each in 2016 and 2017, and 4 vacancies in 2018. 

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