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IBPS Clerk & P.O. Banking CWE Exam Criteria & Question Paper Pattern - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection



Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) Common Written Examination (CWE), Bank Clerk / Clerical Recruitment Exam eligibility question paper details, Bank Probationary Officer / PO Recruitment Exam eligibility question paper information, CWE IBPS Banking Recruitment Test.
Are you looking for Clerical jobs in Bank? Do you want to get Jobs in Bank as Probationary Officer? Do you want to know details about Clerical Bank recruitment examination? Are you in search of Probationary Bank Officer Recruitment Exam details? Here you will get to know about the IBPS Bank Clerk & Probationary Officer (PO) Recruitment Exam details like eligibility criteria, age requirement, exam paper pattern etc.

Recruitment in Bank was a long process over the years organized by Banking Service Recruitment Board (BSRB). But, nowadays the process of bank recruitment has been changed. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has been introduced instead of Banking Service Recruitment Board (BSRB). Candidates seeking jobs in various banks are required to appear only in the Banking Common Written Exam (CWE) conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). You can say it’s like an entrance test e.g., CAT / MAT / JEE etc; because IBPS Common Written Exam (CWE) qualified candidates are only eligible to appear while any Banks requires staff.

IBPS CWE Banking Recruitment Examination Eligibility Exam Paper Pattern Details
Who can appear in IBPS Banking Recruitment Examinations? We all do wish to do job in banks for a secured future, but it’s not possible because of the minimum eligibility criteria & age requirement.
  • Criteria for IBPS Probationary Officer (PO) Recruitment Test – Graduates in any stream from a recognized University can appear in the Officer Recruitment exams of Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). Candidate should be between 20-30 years of age [relaxation as per Government rules for SC/ST/OBC candidates].
  • Criteria for IBPS Clerical Recruitment Test – Candidates passed Madhyamik (Class-10th) or its equivalent examination with at least 60% marks in aggregate –OR- at least 60% marks in Higher Secondary (10+2) examination –OR- Graduation from any recognized University can seat in the Clerk Recruitment Test conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). Candidate should be between 18-28 years of age [relaxation of age for SC/ST/OBC candidates as per Government norms].

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) Banking Recruitment Common Written Exam (CWE) Paper Pattern: - It’s most important to get yourself prepared before appearing the IBPS Clerk or P.O. Recruitment Exams. Let’s check out the IBPS Clerk & Probationary Officer recruitment exam paper details
  • Clerk Recruitment Banking Exam Paper Format - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) organizes the following tests for the Bank Clerk RecruitmentTest of Reasoning, English, Numerology Ability, General Knowledge [focusing mainly on Banking Sector] and Computer Knowledge. Total of fifty multiple choice questions are set for each of these five papers. It means each paper has 50-marks and in total 250 marks examination is taken. The test duration is 150 minutes [2 hours 30 minutes] and qualified candidates get the IBPS Score Card.
  • Probationary Officer & Management Trainee Recruitment Banking Exam Paper Format - Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) organizes written test in two stages for the PO recruitment in Bank. At first candidates required to appear in written test like Clerical Recruitment Test. This written test is of 225 marks [Duration of 150 minutes] and consist of Multiple Choice Questions taken from Reasoning [50 marks], English Language [25 marks], Quantitative Aptitude [50 marks], General Awareness in Banking Sector [50 marks] and Computer Knowledge [50 marks]. Candidates securing the minimum score in Objective Type Test will only get to appear in Descriptive Type 2nd Stage Test. In the 2nd stage of IBPS Probationary Officer Recruitment Test, candidates required answering Descriptive Type Question – This descriptive type test duration is 1 hours and total of 25 marks. Descriptive questions are set from English Composition [Essay, Letter Writing etc].

Note: Negative marking [0.25] is applicable for each wrong answer answered. No Negative marking for those questions that you won’t try.

Syllabus of Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) Bank Recruitment Exams: - Now let’s have a look what types of questions normally set in the Clerk & Probationary Officer Recruitment Banking Exams by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
  • IBPS Questions of Test of Reasoning paperCoding & Decoding, Mathematical & Logical Diagrams, Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning, Comprising of Rank, Logical Alphabet Number & Time Frequency, analytical Reasoning.
  • IBPS Questions of Test of English Language paperEnglish Grammar, Sentence Correction, Synonyms, Antonyms etc.
  • IBPS Questions of Test of Numerical Ability paperFractions, Profit & Loss, Equations, Percentage, Interest, Compound Interest, Problems of Numbers etc.
  • IBPS Questions of Test of General Awareness paperGeneral Knowledge of recent incidents, Banking Interest, Banking Rules etc.
  • IBPS Questions of Test of Computer Knowledge paperHistory of Computer, Computer peripherals, Terminology, Software, MS DOS, MS Office, Windows, Internet, File Management Commands etc.

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will send the score card of Common Written Examination (CWE) by registered post or speed post to the qualified candidate’s registered address. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) CWE qualified candidates will only be eligible to attend the Personal Interview rounds of various Banks during their recruitment process.
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