IBPS is governed by a board that includes nominees from government organisations such as the Reserve Bank of India, Ministry of Finance Government of India, Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, National Institute of Bank Management, Indian Banks' Association and the public sector banks.
IBPS Clerk notification releases annually every year. The ongoing recruitment process for IBPS Clerks is the IBPS Clerk VIII for 2019-20. IBPS is your gateway to join any of the 19 nationalized banks that participate in the recruitment process. It is a wonderful opportunity for young and dynamic candidates. Get all the important details regarding the exam.
IBPS Clerk Exam Date
According to the IBPS calendar, the IBPS Clerk Prelims exam will be held on 8th, 9th, 15th, and 16th December 2018. And the Mains exam will be held on 20th January 2019. The exact dates for the application process and exams are given below:
IBPS Clerk Exam Date
Release of Notification
Application Process starts
Last Date of Application and Fees Submission
Date of Release of Prelims Admit Card
8th, 9th, 15th, 16th December 2018
December 2018/January 2019
Admit Card for Mains
IBPS Clerk Notification 2018
IBPS has released the recruitment notification for Common Written Process for Clerical Cadre (VIII) 2018 on 14th September 2018. The advertisement contains information on number of vacancies, application timeline, application process, and selection procedure. We have updated all the information on IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2018.
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IBPS Clerk Vacancy
The vacancies for IBPS Clerk 2018 has been released. IBPS has announced a total of 7252 vacancies for the Clerical post in the year 2018. These posts are for various public-sector banks all across the nation. You can find all the state wise vacancy list in the detailed advertisement
Visit the official website link of IBPS which is ibps.in.
Click on CWE clerical. And click on Common Written Examination for clerical cadre VIII.
Click on the link “Click here to apply online for CWE Clerical VIII”.
Click on “Click here for new registration”.
Provide your basic information to register for the exam. You will receive a provisional registration number and system generated password post successful registration.
You need to carefully fill in the application form of IBPS Clerk 2019-20. Click on “Save and Next” post verifying all the details provided by you. When you click on the FINAL SUBMIT button, you won’t be able to make any changes.
Upload your photo and signature in the prescribed format.
Mention the state you wish to apply for. After submitted the details, no further changes can be need.
Make the payment online and keep a printout of the e-receipt and online application for future reference. You can make a payment via credit card/debit card/net banking.
Respective Application Fees
SC/ ST/ PWD/ EXSM Candidates
IBPS Clerk Selection Process
The selection process will consist of two phases:
Phase I – Prelims - Common written exam (online)
Phase II - Mains - Common written exam (online)
IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern
IBPS Clerk Prelims examination consists of 3 sections carrying a total of 100 marks. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer. You should note that this year IBPS has included the feature of sectional timing in the prelims exam. For each section you will be allotted 20 mins to complete that.
No. of Qs
IBPS Clerk Mains Pattern
On clearing the prelims, you will be through the next round i.e mains exam
No. of Questions
Reasoning & Computer Aptitude
IBPS Clerk Syllabus for Prelims & Mains
Knowledge of the syllabus makes the process of preparation easier. One must know the complete details about the examination before starting the preparation. To know complete IBPS Clerk syllabus, read this article on IBPS Clerk Syllabus .
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Victor distributed 10-acre land to Sam and Jai, who paid him the total amount in the ratio 2: 3. Sam invested a further Rs. 2 lakh in the land and planted coconut and Orange trees in the ratio 5: 1 on equal areas of land. There were a total of 100 Orange trees. The cost of one coconut was Rs. 5. The crop took 7 yr. to mature and when the crop was reaped in 1997, the total revenue generated was 25% of the total amount put in by Sam and Jai together. The revenue generated from the coconut and Orange trees was in the ratio 3: 2 and it was shared equally by Sam and Jai as the initial amounts spent by them were equal:
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Seven colored boxes – blue, red, violet, green, yellow, orange, and indigo – are arranged one above the other but not necessarily in the same order. The following information is known about them.
Red-colored box is arranged two places away from green-colored box which is arranged two places away from indigo-colored box but none of the boxes is arranged at the top. The number of boxes arranged below yellow-colored box is equal to the number of boxes arranged above orange-colored box. Violet-colored box is arranged below blue-colored box but neither of them is adjacent to indigo-colored box nor below green-colored box. Red and orange boxes are not arranged adjacently.
How many boxes are arranged between yellow and indigo-colored boxes?
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