IBPS Clerk 2018
IBPS Clerk 2018 - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has published the scorecard of IBPS Clerk prelims examination on January 11, 2019. The institute has issued the IBPS Clerk mains admit card on January 5, 2018. Candidates can download the admit card of IBPS Clerk in online mode till January 20. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on January 20, 2019. The exam conducting authority has to fill 7275 vacancies through this recruitment exam for Clerical cadre in 19 public sector banks. Out of the total number, Uttar Pradesh has the highest vacancies - 944 followed by Tamil Nadu with 792 and Maharashtra with 772 vacancies. To appear for the exam, candidates must be between 20 to 28 years as on September 1, 1998, and should have a graduation degree in any discipline.
IBPS Clerk prelims result was released on January 4, 2019 in online mode. Candidates could check IBPS Clerk 2018 prelims result by entering their login credentials in the login window. The IBPS Clerk result for the mains exam will be released in April 2019.
IBPS is conducting IBPS Clerk 2018 in two stages - prelims and mains. The mains exam will be conducted on January 20, in 72 cities across the country whereas the prelims examination of IBPS Clerk 2018 was held on December 8, 9, 15, 16 in 190 cities across India. Candidates qualifying the preliminary examination are shortlisted for the mains exam of IBPS Clerk. The final merit of IBPS Clerk 2018 will be prepared on the basis of the mains examination marks. As per last year's data, over 30 lakh candidates are expected to appear in IBPS Clerk exam in 2018.
Latest: IBPS Clerk 2018 Scorecard for Prelims exam - Check Here
IBPS Clerk Admit Card Released for Mains Exam - Click Here
IBPS Clerk 2018 Exam: Overview
IBPS Clerk CWE VIII (2018)
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection
Commonly known as
Prelims: 1 hour
IBPS has released the exam dates of Prelims as well as Mains exam of IBPS Clerk 2018. Candidates can check the IBPS Clerk important dates from the table below:
Release of online application form
September 18, 2018
Last date of registration
October 10, 2018
|Last date to print application form||October 25, 2018|
Download of call letters for Pre-Exam Training
November 14, 2018
Conduct of Pre-Exam Training
November 26, 2018
Availability of Admit Card for Preliminary Exam
November 26 to December 15, 2018
Date of Preliminary Exam
December 8, 9, 15 and 16, 2018
Result of Prelims examination
January 4, 2019
Issue of Admit Card for Main Exam
January 5, 2019
|Scorecard of Prelims exam||January 11, 2019|
Date of Mains Exam
January 20, 2019
Declaration of Final Result
IBPS has released the mains admit card on January 5, 2019 in online mode. The prelims admit card was released on November 26 and candidates can download it till December 15 by using their login credentials. IBPS releases the admit card of IBPS Clerk 2018 for two stages -prelims and mains, separately. Candidates with successfully submitted application forms of IBPS Clerk 2018 can only download the admit card. Only those candidates who qualified in the prelims examination can download the IBPS Clerk mains admit card. The admit card for both the stages can be downloaded by entering the following details:
• Username/Registration Number
• Password/Date of Birth
Candidates are required to take printouts of the respective call letters and carry the same to the examination hall along with an identity proof.
The pre-exam training admit card of IBPS Clerk 2018 was released on November 14. The exam was conducted from November 26 to December 1, 2018, by nodal banks or participating organisations. IBPS Clerk pre-exam training is only given to some selected candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/Minority Communities/Ex-servicemen/People with Disabilities. Candidates intending to opt for the pre-exam training of IBPS Clerk 2018, should select the relevant option while filling IBPS Clerk 2018 application form. IBPS Clerk pre-exam training is given free of cost, but candidates have to bear the transportation, living and other costs by themselves.
IBPS had released the IBPS Clerk application form 2018 on September 18, in online mode. The last date to apply for IBPS Clerk 2018 was October 10. The last date to print IBPS Clerk application form is October 25. Candidates must note that no other form of registration, other than online, is allowed by IBPS.
IBPS Clerk Application Form steps
Registration: Candidates will be required to fill in their personal information.
Uploading photograph and signature: Candidates will be asked to upload their photograph, signature, thumb impression and handwritten declaration form
Filling up the application form: In this step, candidates will be required to fill the application form of IBPS Clerk 2018 by entering their personal, academic and communication details.
Preview of application form: At the fourth stage, they can preview the application details entered by them and finally pay the requisite application fee of IBPS Clerk 2018.
Fee payment: Candidates must pay through Debit Cards (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets. The IBPS Clerk application fee is given below:
Rs. 100 + bank charges
General and others
Rs. 600 + bank charges
Printout of e-receipt and application – Candidates must take a printout of application form and e-receipt of the fee and keep it safely for future reference.
Before applying for IBPS Clerk 2018 the candidates must go thoroughly through the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria of IBPS Clerk 2018 consists of age, education qualification and nationality. The candidate must fulfill the following criteria to be eligible for the IBPS Clerk 2018:
Age requirement: The minimum age of the candidate should be 20 and maximum 28 years as on September 1, 2018.
Education qualification: The minimum qualification required for the post of IBPS Clerk is a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized university.
Language Proficiency: Candidates must be proficient in the language of State/UT (candidates must know both reading and writing) for which the candidates will apply.
Nationality: The candidate must be a citizen of India and they must be subject of Nepal or subject of Bhutan or a Tibetan Refugee who came over to India before January 1, 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India or a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.
The exam centres of IBPS Clerk 2018 have been published along with the notification. IBPS Clerk 2018 prelims exam will be conducted in 195 centres while the mains exam will be held in 72 cities across India. Candidates can select the exam cities while filling the application form online. However, IBPS can allot you a centre other than the choice made by you if there is non-availability of seats at preferred venues. Candidates will not be allowed to change IBPS Clerk exam centres after submission.
The IBPS Clerk 2018 exam will be held online in two stages - prelims and mains. The IBPS Clerk prelims exam is conducted to check the candidate on the basis of their English, aptitude, and reasoning.
Phase – 1: IBPS Clerk Prelims Examination
Name of Tests
No. of Questions
Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)
Phase – 2: IBPS Clerk Mains Examination
Name of Tests
Time allotted for each test
General/ Financial Awareness
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
The syllabus for both preliminary and mains exam is different. The basic sections that a candidate needs to master are quantitative aptitude, reasoning and English Language. The sections which are included in the IBPS Clerk syllabus 2018 are:
Candidates are also required to be proficient in computer and must have general awareness knowledge specifically in the field of Banking.
IBPS will announce the IBPS Clerk cut off marks for prelims, mains along with the result. The cut off for each stage will be released separately for each state. The cut off is the minimum marks that the candidates need to score to qualify each stage of the examination. Candidates have to score overall cut off marks as well as subjectwise and category wise cutoff scores to qualify the exam. Only those candidates who secure equal to or more than the decided cutoff by IBPS will be declared qualified for the next stage of the recruitment process. Candidates can check the previous year's overall state wise IBPS Clerk cut off marks for prelims in the table below:
Daman & Diu
Jammu & Kashmir
IBPS Clerk 2018 Participating Organizations (Banks & Financial Institutions)
IBPS is recruiting for clerical posts on the behalf of 19 participating banks and other financial institutions. Candidates who will clear the IBPS clerk 2018 recruitment exam, will be allocated to different branches of these participating organizations as per the preference of the candidate, rank in the merit list and states vacancies reported by participating organizations. The list of organizations or financial institutions participating in IBPS Clerk 2018 exam are given below:
Participating Organizations of IBPS Clerk 2018
Indian Overseas Bank
Central Bank of India
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Union Bank of India
Bank of Baroda
Punjab National Bank
United Bank of India
Bank of India
Punjab & Sind Bank
Bank of Maharashtra
IBPS Clerk 2018 Vacancies
IBPS has released a total of 7275 vacancies to fill the posts of Clerk at various banks. The exam authority has released the state wise vacancy for IBPS Clerk 2018 exam. Candidates can go through the table below to know the state wise vacancy of IBPS Clerk 2018.
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman & Diu
Jammu & Kashmir
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Questions related to IBPS Clerk
Im appearing in last year of graduation. can i face ibps clerck exam?
Candidates who are in final year of their graduation appearing in qualifying exam in 2020 must obtain their results on or by August 28, 2020.You are eligible to apply.If you qualify in the exam your bachelor's degree results must be declared by the above mentioned date.If not you will be not eligible for further stage of recruitment process even if you qualify.
I gave ibps clerk mains exam in January IN EWS category, and my EWS certificate issued in February , will I face any problem at the tym of document verification?
No, you won't face any problem at the time of document verification if your EWS certificate is issued after the examination date.As long as it is valid and issued by a competent authority you can provide your EWS certificate to claim EWS reservations.
What will be the overall and sectional cut off marks for ex servicemen for ibps clerk mains 2019 for assam ?
Hello Aspirant !
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts a Common Recruitment Process (CRP) every year to select candidates for the clerical cadre posts in 17 public sector banks.
IBPS Clerk mains 2019 cut off for assam is :
- SC : 41.79
- ST : 37.16
- OBC : 44.43
- UR : 48.17
Hope it helps !
i want to know about nimset and preparing for 2021
NIT MCA Common Entrance Test (NIMCET), is the national level entrance exam conducted every year by one of the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) for taking admissions on merit basis to Master of Computer Applications (MCA) programme.
This exam works across the NITs located in Agartala, Allahabad, Kurukshetra, Calicut, Raipur, Warangal, Surathkal, Durgapur, Trichy, Jamshedpur, Bhopal and Kurukshetra.
The application form of NIMCET 2020 will be released soon through which the candidates can fill the form and appear in the entrance exam. NIMCET admit card will also be released to be downloaded by candidates. The exam will be conducted in offline mode and the result of the same will be declared on the official website of NIMCET 2020.
Total 809 seats are available and duration of exam is 2 hours.
NOTE:- NIMCET scores are used by many other universities and institutes for admissions to the MCA programmes offered by them.
You may refer to the source article for more information about NIMCET 2020 Exam.
I hope this information helps you.
What is the graduation percentage needed for taking admission?
When it comes to IBPS Clerk, there's no specific aggregate required for graduation. One just needs to have passed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university
Apart from this, it's imperative to have proficiency in official language of the state or union territory for which one has applied.