IBPS PO October 16 exam conducted; next exam on Oct 22 & 23
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has begun conducting IBPS PO / MT VI exam for the recruitment year 2016 as the CWE PO exam for first session was held on October 16, 2016. The bank PO exam will be conducted for two more days, i.e., on October 22 and 23, 2016. Career Launcher has announced expected IBPS PO 2016 exam cut off after the October 16 PO examination, where it shared that questions in the examination were mostly of easy to moderate in difficulty scale.
As per IBPS PO exam pattern, there were a total of 100 questions carrying one mark each, which were to be attempted in 60 minutes duration. The preliminary examination for IBPS PO 2016 consisted of 35 questions each from Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude whereas English Language section had as many as 30 questions. Candidates attempting the questions correctly will be awarded one mark each and 0.25 marks will be deducted in case of each of the wrong attempts. Moreover, questions non-attempted by the candidates will be awarded zero (0) marks.
Those who shall be qualifying in IBPS PO preliminary exam will be selected for the IBPS CWE PO 2016 Main examination that is scheduled to be held on November 20, 2016. The shortlisting will be based on cut off scores as declared by the examination board.
Career Launcher, after the October 16th examination for CWE PO positions has declared the IBPS CWE PO 2016 cut off marks as expected by it. The coaching institute has expected the cut off of PO 2016 examination to fall in between 45 and 50 for General category candidates, whereas for OBC category between 40 and 45, SC between 35 and 40 and 25-30 for ST category candidates. Career Launcher has also announced the sectional cut offs for each category.
IBPS PO results for the preliminary stage will be announced by the first week of November, after which the second stage, i.e., Mains examination will be conducted.
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has announced as many as 8822 vacant positions for CWE PO rank for which it is conducting the IBPS PO recruitment examination.
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hello sir,i am Amrita nayak frm Bhadrak , odisha,now i am bsc finallier in chemistry hons and gave 6 th semester this yrr but due to covid our last paper has postponed,but one problem is sir,i miss my 5 th semester exam due to my bad health condition ,is it possible to apply ibps po or clerk form ?
Candidates who have passed their bachelor's degree from a recognised board and candidates who are in their final year of qualifying exam are eligible to apply for IBPS PO 2020. Candidates who are in their final year must obtain their results on or before August 28, 2020. You still need to appear in one exam in 6th semester and you still have to pass in the subjects of 5th semester. Your results might not be released on or before August 28, 2020. So you are not eligible to apply for it. But if you obtain your results by August 28, 2020 you can apply if you pass your bachelor's degree
I am in last year of engineering can I apply for the IBPS PO exam
As per the official notification of IBPS for the recruitment of its probationary officers, it states :final year results of the candidates should be declared on or before 26th August,2020". So, if your final year results get declared within this stipulated time , then only you can apply for this exam, else you have to wait for next year.
whether final year students who are going to appear for exams are allowed to appear for ibps po exam ?? as all know that due to pandemic the exams are postponed and will complete the exams in end of September.. results get declared in October.
According to the eligibility criteria the candidates with Bachelor’s degree from a recognised Universities by the Government of India or equivalent recognized by Central Govt the final year are eligible but the final result must be out on or before August 28, 2020. As we know that the final year exam will be conducted at the end of September you will not be eligible for IBPS PO 2020 exam. Candidates must also hold a graduation degree to appear for IBPS PO 2020 exam. Please click the below link to know more.
I gave my 3rd year exams before the lockdown but since many other exams didnt took place, the university has not yet released the results as of 5 Aug 20. So am i eligible to apply for ibps po which released on 4 Aug 20?
The official notification does mention that the Candidate should have a Degree in any discipline from a University recognised by the Government of India. It also mentions that the Candidate must possess valid marks sheet or Degree Certificate by the day he/she registers for the exam. The notification clearly mentions that the final results should hav been declared on or before August 26th, 2020. Because the last date for registration for IBPS 2020 is August 26th, you still have time. If by any chance the results are announced by August 26th, then you can apply for IBPS 2020 or else unfortunately you may be ineligible and might have to wait until next year to appear for the exam.
I will get my results on 15th September 2020. Can I still apply??
As per the official notification released by IBPS for recruitment of its probationary officers, "it states final year results of the candidates should be declared on or before 26th August,2020". So, if your results get declared in the month of September, you don't meet this criteria and cannot apply for the same. You can apply it next year, or more better if you fulfill the eligibility criteria of RBI Grade B Officer, apply for this one, it's a highly reputed post among all the banking exams, and it's notification isn't released yet, comparatively this is quite tough exam more so because of its second stage exam.