IBPS Clerk Notification 2019 - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the notification of IBPS Clerk 2019 on September 12. As per IBPS Clerk 2019 notification, candidates will be able to apply for the exam from September 17 to October 9. IBPS Clerk notification 2019 contains details related to application form, admit card, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, exam centres, syllabus, etc. The exam body has announced in IBPS Clerk notification that the prelims exam of IBPS Clerk exam will be held on December 7, 8, 14, and 21 while the mains exam will be conducted on January 19, 2020. IBPS Clerk pre-exam training will be held for eligible candidates from November 25 to 30, 2019.Latest Update: IBPS Clerk Notification 2019 Released - Download Here. Only 17 participating banks listed for IBPS Clerk 2019. See Video for How to Fill IBPS Clerk Application Form 2019
IBPS Clerk 2019 exam will be conducted for a total of 12,075 vacancies. Candidate qualifying in the prelims will be able to appear for the mains exam while the mains qualified candidates will be shortlisted for the recruitment. To know more about IBPS Clerk, candidates must read the articles below.
The list of important events of IBPS Clerk along with their dates is given in the table below.
IBPS Clerk notification
Start date of online registration
September 17, 2019
Last date to fill IBPS Clerk application form
October 9, 2019
Download of call letters for pre- exam training
Conduct of pre-exam training
November 25 to November 30, 2019
IBPS Clerk admit card for prelims
Dates of Prelims exam
December 7, 8, 14 and 21, 2019
Declaration of result
December 2019/January 2020
Issue of admit card for mains
IBPS Clerk mains exam
January 19, 2020
State Wise IBPS Clerk 2019 Vacancies
Before applying for the examination, candidates must ensure that they fulfill the eligibility criteria of IBPS Clerk. The examination authority determines IBPS Clerk eligibility criteria on the basis of age, nationality and education qualification of the candidates. Candidates can check the eligibility criteria of IBPS Clerk mentioned in the table below.
Candidate must hold Indian citizenship
Maximum age limit - 28 years
Minimum age limit - 20 years.
Relaxation in the upper age will be given to candidates belonging to reserved categories
Candidates must have a degree in any discipline
Candidates must know how to read or write and speak the official language of the state or Union Territories.
Candidates should have a certificate/diploma/degree in computer operations or Language
Candidates will be able to fill the application form of IBPS Clerk in online mode. It is important for the candidates to meet the eligibility criteria before filling the application form. The application form can be filled in four stages – registration, uploading of scanned documents, filling the detailed application form and fee payment. The application fee must be paid as per the category of the candidates. For general category candidates must pay Rs 600 while for SC/ST/PWD/EXSM the application fee is Rs 100. The application fee will have to be paid in online mode through online payment gateway like credit card, debit card, internet banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/Mobile Wallets.
The examination authority will conduct the exam of IBPS at various centres across the country. Candidates will be able to select the exam centres as per their convenience while filling out the application form. The list of the exam centres for both prelims and mains exam will be released along with the IBPS Clerk notification. The intimation regarding the allotment of exam centres will be done through the admit card which will be issued to the candidates ten days prior to the date of examination.
IBPS prescribed the exam pattern of IBPS Clerk for both preliminary and mains exam. As per IBPS Clerk exam pattern, the preliminary and mains exam will be conducted in online mode. The prelims exam will be conducted for three sections - English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The test will be conducted for a total of 100 marks for the prelims for which the candidate will be given 60 minutes. For mains exam, the test will consist of four sections - General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude. The mains exam will be held for 200 marks for which candidates will be given 160 minutes. There will be sectional timings in both the tests. Candidates appearing for the exam must check IBPS Clerk exam pattern 2019 to know about the marking scheme, number of sections, total marks, total number of questions, time duration etc.
The examination authority will issue the admit card of IBPS Clerk to only those candidates who will successfully fill the application form. IBPS Clerk admit card will be issued in online mode for both the phases - prelims and mains separately. Candidates will be able to download their admit card by using login credentials - registration/roll number and password/date of birth. The admit card will contain details related to the candidates and the examination like name, registration number, address, date and time of exam, exam centres details ets. Candidates must get the print out of the admit card and bring it to the exam centre on the day of examination along one of the prescribed photo ID proofs.
Bank of Baroda
Bank of India
Bank of Maharashtra
Central Bank of India
Indian Overseas Bank
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Punjab National Bank
Punjab & Sind Bank
Union Bank of India
United Bank of India
To get through IBPS Clerk exam, candidates must start studying well before time, Determination and strategist preparation can help you crack the IBPS Clerk exam easily. For preparation, the first thing is that you must know the syllabus. You must know what you have to study, only then you can start off with your studies. Further you can strategies your preparation in the following ways:
Prepare a study plan and maintain it.
Figure out which of the topics need more attention
Divide Topics which must be completed in one day
Solve previous years question papers
Take as many mock test as possible
Ensure to complete the syllabus weel before time to start off with the revision
Candidates are required to submit documents as per IBPS format as per the terms and conditions mentioned in the advertisement /Interview call letter.
The application form will be released by IBPS on its official website. The link will be available as and when the application form of IBPS Clerk.
On successful filling of application form, you must take printout of the application form with the help of registration no. and password. In case the candidate’s registration/payment is not successful, the authority gateway is expected to refund the amount in due course, if any. Kindly login again and make payment.
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Dear Ankur, IBPS applications started on 17th September and ended on 9th October. The official notification was released on 12th September. Now unfortunately you cannot apply. For more information, please visit their official website at: : www.ibps.in
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