IBPS Clerk exam 2019: Prelims test to be held on December 7,8,14; Check details at ibps.in
IBPS Clerk exam 2019: This year's registration process will also be through online and there will be a single registration process for both preliminary and main examination for the recruitment exams.
IBPS Clerk exam 2019: If you are aspiring to join bank job and waiting for the notification, don't worry, the IBPS clerk notification is expected in September. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will conduct a preliminary examination for selection of clerical posts in various nationalized banks on December 7, 8, 14 and 15. Notably, the exams will begin a day earlier this year than it was held last year. The notification for the last year's IBPS clerk recruitment was issued on September 18, 2018, while the last date for online registration was till October 10.
Accordingly, this year's registration process will also be through online and there will be a single registration process for both preliminary and main examination for the recruitment exams. Those who will qualify the prelims will be eligible to take the mains exam, which is scheduled for January 19. Candidates should know that they would not face interview for their selection for clerk posts.
Candidates should know that the IBPS will also conduct pre-exam training to a limited number of applicants, belonging to scheduled caste/ scheduled tribes/ minority communities/ ex-servicemen/ persons with benchmark disabilities, in the month of November.
Those who want to apply for higher posts in banking services should know that IBPS PO registration is currently active.
For probationary officer (PO) posts, the preliminary examination will be held on October 12, 13, 19 and 20, while the mains exam will be held on November 30, for those who qualify the prelims. The provisional allotment process is expected to conclude by April 2020.
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Notably, IBPS functions as an autonomous body engaged in conducting competitive exams for recruitment to clerical and officers' posts in the banking sector. It is governed by a board that includes nominees from government organisations including the Reserve Bank of India, Union Ministry of Finance, Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, National Institute of Bank Management, Indian Banks' Association and the public sector banks.