IBPS 2020: Latest IBPS Recruitment Notifications, Jobs, IBPS Exam, Eligibility, Syllabus & Admit Card

IBPS 2020 Recruitment notifications in India with latest IBPS exam, application forms, syllabus, admit card and eligibility criteria. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is mainly a banking recruitment body. IBPS conducts lots of rural regions as well as public sector banking jobs. There are various posts available, and a candidate from any stream can get a position here. Generally, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection arranges examinations for the posts of PO, SO, Clerk and RRB. You can learn here all about the IBPS, how the IBPS works or how you should take preparation to clear the examination.

Why choose IBPS?

If you are just about to complete your academic journey and start the job search journey, this question is 100% authentic. There are so many job options available today, then why IBPS? The answer is simple it will help you to get respectable posts, stunning remuneration, and secure life. The 10-5 jobs also give scopes to perfectly balance work and life. So, once you clear the IBPS exam for the desired post, your rest life is secure and smooth. Even after joining, you will get lots of promotion options and experience solid career growth. Every year thousands of people apply for this exam. Day by day, the competition is increasing, and it is becoming tight. So, we will suggest you to take solid preparation to clear all the exam stages in IBPS. Today there are lots of successful employees in various banks who have made the IBPS exams and living a smooth life with full-on security.

IBPS exams and selection procedure

Now we are going to concentrate on the exam and selection procedure of IBPS. It will help you to take proper preparation and set a routine. We have already mentioned the exam types or posts, and you have to take training for that. Generally, there are specific selection procedures to select candidates. And sometimes, IBPS changes some rules in order to make better or fairer the entire examination and selection procedure. But according to our record, we have not witnessed such changes in the last two years.

Selection procedure for the IBPS Clerk post

The selection procedure for the clerk post is always decided by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. Generally, candidates now need to apply online. And error-free and duly eligible candidates get the chance to enter the selection procedure. You know that the IBPS clerk examination is carried to recruit properly qualified candidates for the clerical posts, and they get placed in various public sector banks. Generally, the selection procedure gets completed via a written test. The written exam also contains prelims as well as mains. All the exam stages are there to better scrutiny the best candidates. IBPS aims to pick the best candidates who will be able to offer the best banking services throughout their entire job life.

From the below table, you will understand the entire thing better-

Selection process of IBPS- Clerk

Prelims

Mains

Interview process

Marks

100

200

For general candidates, it is 40% out of 100 and for SC/ST/PH/OBC/PWD, it is 35% out of 100. 

Subjects/syllabus

Reasoning ability, English Language and Numerical ability

Reasoning, computer aptitude, English, Quantitative aptitude, and general knowledge

 

Time span

1 hours/60 minutes

2 hours 40 minutes/ 160 minutes

 

Criteria for the next stage

Sectional cut off marks for each subject

Total score obtained for the ultimate round selection

Main exams needs to be successfully cleared

The selection process of IBPS PO

You know that there is a craze among the young people to get qualified for IBPS PO. This is one of the most desired banking job profiles today. Here we are going to discuss the entire selection procedure so that you can set a better routine and take preparation for each exam stage properly.

Just like the clerk exam, here, candidates will also be able to apply online. Error-free and properly used forms will be accepted, and they will be lead towards the actual exam and selection procedure. Here a candidate also needs to appear for the common written exam to get selected for the next round. The IBPS PO exam is slightly different in comparison with other banking jobs via IBPS. Well, we are creating a table for you so that you can adequately understand the entire thing.

 

Selection process of IBPS- PO

Prelims

Mains

Interview process

Marks

100

200+25=225 (25 marks is for letter and essay writing)

For general candidates, it is 40% out of 100 and for SC/ST/PH/OBC/PWD, it is 35% out of 100. 

Subjects/syllabus

Reasoning ability, English Language and Numerical ability

Reasoning, computer aptitude, English, data analysis and interpretation, Economy/ general knowledge, English letter writing and essay

Mainly covers all

Time span

60 minutes

210 minutes/ 3 hours and 30 minutes

Depends on the candidate and interviewer

Criteria for the next stage of the exam

Sectional cut off marks for each subject

Total score obtained for the final round of selection

Main exams need to be successfully cleared

 

The selection process of IBPS SO

The selection or the exam procedure is precisely the same as IBPS PO. But the syllabus and the pattern can be different, and for that, you can visit the official website.

The selection process of IBPS RRB

This exam has been arranged to select the best brains and personalities to recruit officers to head the various regional rural banks. Here you will get two levels of recruitment level- Group- A and Group-B.

The application procedure is quite the same as others. By visiting the official site, you will get an updated syllabus. If any change has been created that you will also get on the official website. To quality both prelims and mains, you need to have solid knowledge on below subjects-

1. Logical Reasoning
2. English / Hindi Language
3. Financial Knowledge
4. General Awareness
5. Quantitative Aptitude
6. Logical Reasoning
7. Computer Knowledge

Generally, the prelims exam is of 80 marks and that you need to complete within 45 minutes. And the main exam is of 200 marks and that you need to complete within 120 minutes.