IBPS Clerk Exam Dates 2019

ibps clerk exam dates

The students who seek jobs in IBPS Clerk 2019 must check the article for IBPS Clerk Exam Dates. The Official Notification for IBPS Clerk was out on September 12, 2019. This is a huge opportunity for those who have not been able to clear SBI and other Bank Recruitment Exam.
IBPS Clerk 2019 Notification PDF

IBPS Clerk Exam Dates 2019

The IBPS released exam Dates for form, admit card, exam, and result. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection holds the exam to hire eligibles for clerical cadre in Govt and Public Sector banks across India

Check all the important dates as follows:

IBPS Clerk 2019 Notification Date

The IBPS Clerk Notification has elaborated information such as Syllabus, Pattern, Form, etc.
Students can also read the notification to know about eligibility. There is a separate placement of all important things in it.
Events Dates
Notification Date September 12, 2019

IBPS Clerk 2019 Application Form Dates

The students can begin to fill IBPS Clerk Application Form from September 17, 2019. The last date to fill the form is
  • The students should fill the application forms after reading guidelines. Also, the photo & signature uploaded must be in the required format
  • Students must check their IBPS Clerk Eligibility before filling the form
Events Dates
Online Application Starts From September 17, 2019
Last Date to apply October 09, 2019

IBPS Clerk Admit Card Dates

The IBPS Clerk Admit Card is one of the most important aspects of any government exam and for this exam as well. The students who do not carry their admit card cannot enter into the exam hall. As soon as the dates for admit card will be out, we will update them in the table below:

  • The admit card has all the details on it. For example name, category of the student, exam time, venue, etc.
  • Students are mandatory to carry their Identity proof along with the admit card
  • Also, students must keep 3-4 print outs with them of their admit card to keep a backup
Events Dates (Official)
Pre-Exam Training Admit Card November 2019
Prelims Admit Card November 2019
Mains Call Letter January 2020

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IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Exam Dates

The pre-exam training is for those students who are not taking any coaching outside. These training classes are free of cost. The lessons for the exam, the exam pattern, types of questions asked will be imparted in the class.

  • One should select the pre-exam training option in their application form
  • The Admit Cards for the same will be out in November on the official website
  • The training is given to get the students ready for the paper
Events Dates
Pre-Exam Training November 25-30, 2019

IBPS Clerk Prelims 2019 Exam Dates

The officials have released the Prelims Admit Card & Exam Dates. Check the table below for the same:
  • The Prelims has 3 subjects: English, Maths & Reasoning
  • Students must clear all the subjects to pass the exam
  • Mains Exam is usually a bit tougher than Prelims, download IBPS Clerk Syllabus PDF
Events Dates
Online Prelims Exam December 07, 08, 14, 21, 2019

IBPS Clerk Mains 2019 Exam Dates

It is true that the difficulty level of the Mains Exam is higher than Prelims. The subjects covered in Mains are English, Maths, Reasoning, Computer, and GK.
Check the Mains Exam Date in the table below:
Events Dates (Official)
Mains Exam January 19, 2019

IBPS Clerk 2019 Result Dates

For results, everyone is always curious. The officials have published the result dates, too. We will update the result link once they activate it after the exams.

Candidates who clear Prelims will get a call to appear for the Mains Exam.

Events Dates (Official)
Prelims Result December 2019/ January 2020
Provisional Allotment April 2020

IBPS Clerk FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

There are many questions that are asked in the context of IBPS Clerk Exam. Some of the queries have been solved as follows:

Q. How many attempts are there for IBPS Clerk Exam?

A. Whenever it is about State Bank of India, they only permit a total of 4 attempts for the candidates who belong to the general category but the IBPS do not actually have any attempt-limit. A candidate can give as many attempts as he/she wants till they turn 28 years old.

Q. Does IBPS clerk have an interview?

A. The candidates are recruited on the basis of the marks they have obtained in the Prelims as well as Mains Exam. Once they have cleared Mains Examination, they will have to appear for Language Proficiency Test which is compulsory for the shortlisted candidates. There is going to be no interview in IBPS Clerk Recruitment.

Q. Can I prepare the IBPS Clerk at home?

A. Yes, one can prepare the IBPS Clerk at home if they are dedicated enough to not need anything else than their own motivation and dedication towards the studies. Make a tough schedule, stick to it, get enough sleep, attempt more and more Mock Tests and prepare from the previous year question papers and then one is good to go!

Q. Is graduation necessary for IBPS clerk?

A. One needs graduation in order to be eligible to apply for the IBPS Clerk Exam. The candidates can be graduated in any stream or discipline. The degree must be attained from a recognized university/educational institution.

Q. Is computer certificate necessary for IBPS clerk?

A. In order to be fully eligible to apply for the IBPS Clerk, the students require to have one computer certificate of at least 6 months if they have not studied computer at the time of their graduation. It is not mandatory to have a certificate or diploma in ComputersJust basic knowledge of computer operations like MS Word, Excel, Internet / Web browsing, etc. is compulsory.

Q. Is the calculator allowed in IBPS Clerk Exam?

A. No, the calculator in the exam is strictly prohibited. The candidates cannot use it as the exam is completely in an objective type (MCQ-based). Candidates have to put their mental effort and solve the exam on their own.

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