Have you been eagerly awaiting the combined results of the IBPS Clerks examination? Here is some good news! The Results are just out! The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has put the results for recruitment of clerks (CWE Clerks-VI) on its official website.
IBPS is a drafting body which works independently and assists public sector banks to recruit, choose and select personnel by designing and developing suitable test modules. The services of IBPS are used by India’s central bank – The Reserve Bank of India as well as by most public sector banks like The State Bank of India, National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development, associate banks of SBI, a few co-operative banks and several insurance companies like Life Insurance Company of India. These banks and companies become regular members of the IBPS Society.
IBPS has declared the results of the IBPS Clerks Mains examination for the recruitment of clerks a few hours ago and your anxious wait is now over. The results are now available on their accredited website and can be accessed by following a few simple tests.
Will you fill one of the 19, 243 vacancies? Here is a simple step-by-step way to find out!
The candidates who are enthusiastically awaiting the results of the IBPC Clerks examination 2016-17 can now check out the results by a few simple steps:
- Log on to the official website
- Select the link provided on the top of the home page
- Enter the details required such as Registration No/Roll No.
- Enter the Password or your Date of Birth in DD-MM-YY format
- Key in the alphanumeric chain of characters
- Select Login
- Check your score and the sectional cut-off for the IBPS Clerks Mains Examination 2017
Success Step-by-stepNow that you know your marks you need to make note of the following facts regarding the IBPS Mains Results 2017 and its allotment procedures.
Get Set Go: Qualified candidates are allotted provisional appointments and the final selection will be done by the establishment or institute itself.
Choose well: The provisional term allotment is based on merit as well as the pre-selected preference of the candidate.
Vernacular India: The candidate should not only be able to speak but read and write the official language of the state or union territory they have chosen.
Mark talk: The cut-off marks may vary from state to state depending on factors like difficulty level of the exam, expectations of the associated institutions and the average performance.
Reservation alone: The selection of candidates from the reserved categories has been on par with the general category in that there is substantial difference in the cut-off marks for the reserved category.
Age matters: If several candidates have the same score then the eldest candidates will be given due preference.
Make a note: The cut-off date to check the results of the IBPS Clerks Main examination is June 30th, 2017. So go ahead, check the results and get ready for your interview in your preferred bank.
If you have cleared the IBPS Clerks Main examination you will now proceed for the interview with a bank of your preference and hopefully be successfully employed. All the Best!!!