IBPS Clerk V No Interview Official Notification





Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is the statutory institute which has been conducting common written examination on behalf of the Banks participating organisation from the past few years. Its a successful organization which gained reputation in a very short span of time.

Common Recruitment of Clerks (IBPS V):

This year a major change in the examination took place as with the change in the patterns. It was stated in the first notification that the recruitment process will take place in three phases,
1. Preliminary Examination,
2. Main Examination,
3. Interview and Document verification.

But later our Prime Minister has asked to cancel the interview phase for the recruitment of clerks for all the organization. So IBPS has not published the results for the mains examination and all the aspirants were confused by this action of IBPS.

IBPS has published a notification on Feb 1st, 2016 stating that they have been waiting for confirmation from higher authorities. And this notification did not help much for those candidates who were eagerly waiting for their results.



No More Interview for IBPS Clerk V – Its Official Now:

And now, Finally IBPS has come out with the clarity of information about the clerk recruitment process. It has clarified that there is no more interviews for the clerical recruitment. The weightage of marks as per earlier notification was 80:20 (mains : interview). Now the weightage for the selection will be only based on Mains examination ie, 100 marks.

Regional Language Proficiency Check:

IBPS has also said that the regional language proficiency test will be conduced by the concerned banks before the offer letter to be issued.

All other details regarding the recruitment is solely based on the first notification issued by IBPS for Clerk V as well as published by Employment News.

For The Official Notification – Click Here




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