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IBPS Exam IBPS Exam A Common Written Exams for Selection of Clerks, PO and Specialist Officers conducted by the IBPS organization is named as IBPS-CWE. This institute got its present name in the year 1984 after its extension to the non-banking sectors also, earlier it was named as PSS (Personnel Selection Services), as a unit of NIBM (National Institute of Bank Management). The objective of NIBM to introduce PSS is to build up an unbiased system for recruitment, advertising and employment services. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection introduces this Common exam to simplify the lengthier staffing process of individual banks. This exam is conducted twice a year. The first out of the two main reasons for this massive recruitment process is a huge shortage of employees facing by the Public Sector Bank's in India and the second is expansion of business in the 296 under-banked districts of 18 different states. This process does not include SBI and its associated banks. The pattern of Institute of Banking Personnel Selection CWE is same as that of various other exams like MAT, CAT and AIEEE. Know More About :- Sample Question Paper Of NDA

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The scorecard is given to students after the exam, which is valid for 1 year. Candidates, who have got their marks under cutoff limit, can send their application to directly proceed for the Interview or Group Discussion Process. The eligibility criteria for different posts of IBPS are different, which includes age limit, the educational qualifications, relaxation and the citizenship. Candidate should be a citizen of India or Bhutan or Nepal or a Tibetan Refugee. To apply for this Institute of Banking Personnel Selection exam candidates Age should be in between 18 to 28 years. Relaxation given is 5 years, 3 years, 5 years and 10 years respectively to SC/ST, OBC, Ex-Servicemen and Disable Persons. To get details of the eligibility criteria with respect to educational Qualifications, Candidates can refer to the advertisement that has been published in the employment newspaper nearly 3 months before the exam or students can also get all information online. Generally, the IBPS exam for Clerical recruitment is conducted in the month of June and for the staffing of PO and Specialized Officers the exam is organized in the month of March, tentatively. The Syllabus for the exam includes knowledge areas: 1. Reasoning Test 2. English Test 3. Professional Knowledge Test 4. Quantitative Aptitude Test. For its two posts namely Law Officer Scale and the Rajbhasha Adhikari Scale the 4th paper is of test for General Awareness with special Reference to banking Industry is included by IBPS instead of Quantitative Aptitude Test. A total of 200 questions are there and the time given for this is 120 minutes. Candidates can get an online notifications for the exam date, call letter etc. Read More About :- NDA Sample Papers

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