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IBPS RRB Office Assistant 2016 Recuritment Exam Date Available at www.ibps.in

Latest Update (15th July 2016) : IBPS CWE RRB V Officer and Office Assistant Call Letter /Admit Card 2016 download from the official portal www.ibps.in

IBPS RRB CWE 5 Admit Card

Candidates don’t have to wait for more for the IBPS RRB CWE V Admit Card. Very soon the admit card will be uploaded by the IBPS Clerk Admit card 2016 for its Common Written Examination (CWE) V for Officer and Office Assistant.  All the aspiring candidates are requested to visit the site on a regular basis to download your admit card after it will be uploaded on the official portal of the IBPS www.ibps.in.

This Institute is also known famous as Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection and came into existence in the year 1975. It is responsible for conducting written examination for the selection of the eligible candidates for RRB, PO, Clerks, MT and SO in different banking and financial institutions throughout India. It provides services to clients by personnel selection, recruitment and assessment processes.

Call Letter RRB CWE 2016

In the month of August, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will announce the tentative date of downloading IBPS RRB CWE V Call Letter 2016 at www.ibps.in, the official web page of the Institute. The IBPS will ensure that all the candidates who have applied online successfully for the above-stated posts can get the call letters without any problem. For the same reason, we will also provide you the direct link from where you can download your admit card. Candidates will be able to download the call letter around 15 days before the commencement of the Common Written Examination.


www.ibps.in Admit Card 2016

  • Organization Name: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection
  • Authorized Website: www.ibps.in
  • Name of the post: (Multipurpose) Office Assistant, Officer Scale-I, Officer Scale-II (Information Technology Officer, General Banking Officer, Marketing Officer, Law Officer, Chartered Accountant, Agricultural Officer and Treasury Manager), Officer Scale-III
  • Name of the Exam: Common Written Exam (CWE-V)
  • Admit card status: will be available 2 or 3 weeks before the examination is scheduled
  • Exam date: will be available soon
  • Total Mark: 200
  • Time Duration: 2 hours
  • Result date: Not announced

IBPS CWE RRB 2016 Exam

The date of the examination will be declared by the IBPS. In that examination, candidates have to answer questions carrying total 200 marks. The time given for the exam is 2 hours, and negative marking is applicable. If the candidates give the wrong answer to any question, the negative marking will be counted on their total obtained marks. The written exam will contain the questions from Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English, Hindi, and Computer Awareness along with their professional papers. The test will be done online, and the candidates have to save the paper within the stipulated time. Those who qualify in the CWE test will be called for the interview.

IBPS CWE Admit Card 2016 Download

Admit Card is one of the important aspects of the exam. Without an admit card/call letter, candidates will not be able to sit for the exam. So if you are one of the applicants of IBPS RRB, then do not miss our latest updates on admit card. Through Admit Card or Call Letter, candidates will get to know the exam venue apart from exam date and time. Below, we have shared some easy steps through which the candidates can download their forms easily.

  • First, Candidates have to go to the official IBPS Portal www.ibps.in
  • They have to click on the “CWE – RRB then
  • In that particular window, Admit Card download link will be given by them
  • Click on that and wait for the empty dialog box to open
  • Submit all the details like name, roll number, and DOB to get your admit card.
  • Call Letter/ Admit Card will appear on the screen of the computer
  • Now You have to take the hard copy of the Call letter to use it for the examination

IBPS RRB Admit Card 2016

Official Link: www.ibps.in

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