IBPS Clerk Exam Dates 2021 - Registration, Admit Card & Other Exam Dates
IBPS Clerk Exam Dates 2021 - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection released the exam dates of IBPS Clerk 2021 for IBPS Clerk 2021 prelims and main exam in the IBPS calendar 2021. Candidates must check the IBPS clerk exam dates 2021 to complete details about application procedure dates, IBPS Clerk admit card dates, result dates and other important updates. As per the IBPS Clerk exam dates, the prelims stage of IBPS Clerk 2021 will be conducted in the last week of August 2021. With the help of IBPS Clerk exam dates 2021, candidates can plan the IBPS Clerk preparation better along with revision. The exact IBPS clerk 2021 exam dates of each event will be available in the notification of IBPS Clerk 2021. To know more about the IBPS Clerk 2021, read the full article below.
IBPS Clerk Exam Dates: Important dates
The IBPS Clerk exam dates were issued by the examination authority. The table below contains details on the IBPS Clerk's main test dates. However, these dates are provisional, as per the official announcement, and will be revised.
Important Dates of IBPS Clerk 2021
Filling up of IBPS Clerk application forms (including modification and rectification in the form)
First week of July, 2021
Last date to fill and payment of online application fees
Last week of July, 2021
IBPS Clerk 2021 admit card for prelims examination
Second week of August, 2021
Date of IBPS Clerk prelims exam
August 28 and 29 and September 4 and 5, 2021
Result of IBPS Clerk preliminary exam
Last week of September 2021
IBPS Clerk 2021 mains admit card
Second week of October 2021
Date of IBPS Clerk mains 2021
October 31, 2021
Result of IBPS Clerk mains exam
Admit card of IBPS Clerk interview 2021
Last week of December 2021
Date of IBPS Clerk interview
IBPS Clerk Final Result 2021
IBPS Clerk 2021 Application Form Dates
The IBPS Clerk 2021 application form will be tentatively available from the first week of August 2021, as per the IBPS Clerk exam dates 2021. In order to participate in the IBPS Clerk 2021 examination, aspirants need to complete the application process within the IBPS Clerk 2021 dates. IBPS Clerk 2021 application process involves various steps, such as the registration process, the uploading of images and signatures, the submission of academic information and the payment of fees. It is mandatory to have all the information ready beforehand to prevent some kind of hassle when filling the IBPS Clerk 2021 application form.
IBPS Clerk 2021 Admit Card Dates
Candidates who have successfully completed the IBPS Clerk 2021 application process will be issued with an IBPS Clerk 2021 admit card. The IBPS Clerk 2021 admit card will be available on the official website a week before each stage of review, as per the IBPS Clerk exam dates 2021. For each point, the IBPS Clerk 2021 admit card will be issued separately, and applicants will download the registration number and password after logging in. The IBPS Clerk 2021 admit card will contain the exact dates of the IBPS Clerk 2021 exam and other significant details.
IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam Dates
The IBPS Clerk 2021 exam dates have now been announced. In August and September 2021, the preliminary IBPS Clerk 2021 exam is scheduled to be held. In the main stage of IBPS Clerk 2021, which is scheduled to take place in the last week of October 2021, candidates who will be shortlisted in the prelims exam are required to appear. Candidates are advised to track the significant IBPS Clerk 2021 exam dates. On the IBPS Clerk 2021 exam days, it is mandatory to bring the IBPS Clerk 2021 admit card along with the correct photo ID evidence to the examination centre.
IBPS Clerk 2021 Result Dates
The IBPS Clerk results for 2021 will be released after the IBPS Clerk review, according to the IBPS Clerk examination dates. After the release of the official notice, the exact date of the IBPS Clerk results will be updated. Candidates need to visit the official website and, after logging in with the correct credentials, download the IBPS Clerk results. In the IBPS Clerk result, Important data such as maximum marks, marks obtained, candidate qualifying status are included
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IBPS Clerk Exam Dates 2021 - Registration, Admit Card & Other Exam Dates
Question: How many IBPS Clerk vacancies are going to be filled?
The number of vacancies will be mentioned in the official notification by conducting authority.
Question: What is the minimum IBPS Clerk test qualification?
The minimum requirement to appear in the IBPS Clerk examination is the graduation from any stream.
Question: After the IBPS Clerk test, what?
Candidates who have qualified for the IBPS Clerk exam will be hired as clerk at the participating IBPS banks after all phases of the IBPS Clerk exam have been qualified.
Question: When will the IBPS Clerk 2021 preliminary exam be conducted?
IBPS Clerk prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted in last week of August 2021
Question: When will the IBPS Clerk Admit Card be issued?
The IBPS Clerk admit card will be available 15 days before each stage of the IBPS Clerk 2021 on the official website.
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I am useless like curse to family i want to support my family but i am broke 21 old with no job&career no hopes just wasted life to fullest now surrounded by bulk of responsibility but failing to succeed i failed in Ibps Clerk scored 50/100. now being weak in all subjects it seems impossible to me
The key thing to success is to understand and learn from your mistakes since there is no pint in crying over spilt milk. You have realised that you didn't do your part well and hence couldn't do well in your exams. Now what you have to do is focus and concentrate and study for the next exams with full dedication. Do not get demotivated. Do not underestimate yourself and loose confidence. Take it as a challenge and make sure that you work well and come out successful.
To be able to study well you need to have good concentration. I understand it becomes really difficult to concentrate on your studies, specially during this time.
Below I will share some tips that will help you to concentrate better:
Find a time which is best suitable for you to study. Some find it better to concentrate in the morning while others find they can do better in the night.
Decide what portions you would like to finish in that particular day
Prepare a timetable according to the above, keeping slots for breaks
Start studying with your favorite subject, so that you don’t get bored from the beginning itself
Take breaks when you get bored, and try to avoid studying at a stretch for a longer duration.
Always keep some time apart for your hobbies, exercise, etc.
Eat healthy food, sleep well and also socialise. A healthy mind is the most important for good concentration
Do some mind games like Sudoku, Crossword puzzles, Chess, etc
Also try meditation
Following these I am sure you will be able to improve your concentration
My score in Ibps Clerk Prelims is just 53/100 i think i am waste to the world I dont see that anyone is more dumb than me i dont think i will be able to cover this gap i scored 18/30eng 19/35Quant 16/35Reas i am poor in English GK n lost touch from Quant Reas. too i am 21 old weak& late to start
First of all you need not get this disheartened just because you were not able to score well in IBPS Clerk Prilms. A score does not say your level of intelligence. Bank exams are usually very competitive. Every exam will test a candidate's basic language, quantitative, reasoning and GK and every such competitive exam will have different level of difficulty and clearing cutoffs based on the job position , number of vacancies and the number of applicants. So the preparation should be according to these factors.Therefore, along with good preparation , there bit of a luck factor involved. Even aspirants who prepare very well might have to give multiple attempts to clear one such exam. So the only reason why you could not reach the required score is due to the lack of appropriate and effective preparation. Preparation for IBPS clerk is not that difficult. If you follow an ideal strategy, you will definitely score better. Everyone will have their own strong and weak areas. Focus on your weak areas in each section and improve those topics before stepping into your strong areas. Use the internet source where several free learning platforms are available to understand the basic concept. After that you need to take daily mock tests and past year papers to monitor your preparation. If you follow a disciplined study routine , you will not require more than 2-3 months to overcome your difficulties. If a banking job is your dream, then there are several other exams coming up. You can prepare and clear them easily. Else ,if IBPS Clerk is your only aim , then start preparing from now you can definitely clear it next time. You are just 21, you have enough time to prepare and clear the exam you want. You can visit the below link to get preparation tips:
All the best
i am 21 today Ibps. clerk prelims result announced i failed bcoz i am weak in all aspects i do feel that now if i work than also in 1-2-3 yrs also i will not be able to crack any exams i dont have confidence as i am low in all subjects i dont even want to quit it what should i do,i am late weak
Make yourself strong.
Have a great eve!
I have done B.Sc in hotel management so, can i seat for bank exams like SBI PO, SBI clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS clerk, RRB, etc.
Yes, you can. As far as bank exams(Probationary and Clerk posts) are concerned , any candidate in age group of 20-30 can sit for the exam if he/she has a valid undergraduate degree in any discipline from a recognized university. Based on your category reservation ,you will get age relaxation too which you can check in detail in the exam's eligibility section. Coming to RRB ,the following are the exams:
RRB Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Exam
Under Non-Technical Popular Categories, there are many posts like:
Goods Guard an dmany more.
Junior Accounts Assistant Cum Typist .
Senior Clerk Cum Typist Deg
RRB Junior Engineer (JE) Exam
RRB Assistant Loco Pilot (ALP) Exam
RRB Group D Exam/RRC Level 1 exam
So in railways , you can apply for non technical posts which require either graduation or 12th qualification. Technical posts will require technical degrees such as engineering as qualification ,so you may not be eligible for that. The average age limit for the various exams is at 18 minimum and about 32-33 years at maximum. Similar to bank exams , the age relaxation is provided to some reserved categories. Therefore , kindly go through the complete eligibility criteria for all posts to find out which is apt for your level of qualification.
All the best
Sir my DOB is 7 December 1992. Can I Eligible for SBI CLERK & IBPS CLERK ??? PLZ Reply Sir
The upper age limit to appear for SBI clerk entrance exam is 28 years. And the upper age limit to appear for IBPS clerk entrance exam is 28 years as on September 1st of the year in which the candidate is appearing for the exam. Relaxation on upper age limit is given to reserved categories. You haven't mentioned you category assuming that you belong to general category you are not eligible to appear for SBI CLERK 2021 or IBPS CLERK 2021 since your age as of today is 28 years 1 month 4 days.
The relaxation is as follows for SBI CLERK exam
- OBC: 3 years
- SC: 5 years
- General PWD: 10 years
- OBC PWD: 13 years
- SC/ST PWD: 15 years.
The relaxation is as follows for IBPS clerk entrance exam
- OBC: 3 years
- SC: 5 years
- PWD: 10 years
- Widows, divorced women and women legally separated from their husbands who have not remarried: 9 years
- Persons ordinarily domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period 01.01.1980 to 31.12.1989/Persons affected by 1984 riots/Regular employees of the Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from service (Applicable to Madhya Pradesh state only): 5 years