Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Details of the new PO/MT and Clerk Exam Pattern

The IBPS calendar for 2015 has been released last week. The first recruitment of the year would start with RRBs in September, followed by Probationary Officer in October and Clerk Common Written Examination in December. The Specialist Officer is scheduled for the month of January in 2016.


The much-awaited notification did come with a surprise. IBPS authorities have put forward a 2-tier examination for selecting candidates for PO/MTs and Clerks from CWE-V 2015 onwards. As per the notification released on Jan 16, 2015 a series of two examinations are conducted before a candidate appears for the interview.



The step-by-step procedure is as follows:
  • Register under CWE PO/MT-V and CWE CLERK-V
  • Upon successful registration, candidates will receive a call for the first exam called the Preliminary Examination. This exam is a mini version of the actual exam with few questions and shorter duration. It decides the candidates’ entry into the IBPS PO or Clerk recruitment process. Under certain rules and guidelines set for the authorities, performance of the candidates is assessed and those who fulfil conditions will proceed for the next level. Here ends the purpose of this exam as the marks obtained here are not considered for final merit list.
  • Candidates who successfully clear the Preliminary Examination will be called for the second exam called the Main Examination. As the name suggests, this would the actual final examination.
  • Based on the scores in the Main Examination, the recruitment procedure moves ahead towards the ‘Interview’ round.
As per the IBPS schedule there is a time duration of 20-30 days between the Preliminary and Main Examinations.
 
This unexpected change in the pattern of CWE-V PO/MTs and CWE-V Clerks came in as a shock to many bank exam aspirants. But you can switch off your panic button. Because the repercussions of this measure allows to:
  • Bring in more transparency to the recruitment procedure
  • Select the best of the knowledgeable candidates
  • Strike off the possibility of ‘luck’ with the double-examination
  • Reduce the competition to half after the Preliminary Examination
The 2-tier examination procedure might however make the selection process slow, but it may even become the curtain-raiser to a new mode employee recruitment in India. The official website of IBPS would present a detailed notification in the due course. And meanwhile, all you need to do is Study Hard, because Hard Work Always Pays!
 
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3 comments:

  1. This is important information for the students who are preparing for bank exams, i like this information and would like to get such more information. Thanks

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  2. Nice information for all about this. I really get wonderful information today. Thank you so much. Regards Sarkari Result

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