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IBPS Clerk Answer Key 2016, Expected Cut off Marks Available at www.ibps.in

Latest Update (26th November 2016) : IBPS Clerk Answer Key 2016, CWE VI Prelims Exam Cut off Marks Available at the official website www.ibps.in

IBPS Clerk Answer Key 2016

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has conduct Common Written Examination for Clerical Cadre. Thousands of interested candidates who want a job in banking sector applied for the opportunity and they will have to go through the three-phase selection process to be finally recruited. The prelims exam was successfully organized from 26th of November 2016, 27th of November, 3rd and 4th of December 2016.

IBPS CWE Clerk VI Answer Key

The candidates who had qualified in the preliminary exam which was held on 26th of November 2016, 27th of November, 3rd, and 4th of December 2016. Now, it’s time for mains exam IBPS will conduct Mains Examination (IBPS CWE 6) to fill up vacancies in participants institutes and now the organization is all set to declare IBPS Clerk Prelims Answer Key 2016. As per the news resource and previous year record, it is expected that answer key should be declared soon (tentatively) on its official website www.ibps.in.

IBPS CWE Clerk VI Result 2016

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is an autonomous agency in India, which started its operation in 1975 as Personnel Selection Services (PSS). IBPS conducts a Common Written Examination (CWE) for the selection Officers and Clerks in Indian banks. IBPS CWE is now mandatory for anyone who seeks an employment in 20 public sectors and Regional Rural banks. IBPS periodically accepts the exam applications from the candidates at their website, and the exams are organized at various locations in the country in online mode.

IBPS CWE Clerk VI Answer Key

www.ibps.in cwe clerk VI answer key 2016

  • Name of the organization: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection
  • Name of the post: Clerical Cadre (VI)
  • Name of the Exam: IBPS CWE Clerical Preliminary
  • Date of test: 26th & 27th of November, 3rd & 4th of December 2016
  • Release Date of Answer Key: Available Soon
  • Full mark of exam: 100
  • Result of Preliminary Exam: By December 2016
  • Cut off mark: Not specified
  • Further selection process: Main exam and Interview
  • Main Exam Date: 31st & 1st January 2017
  • Interview date: February 2016 (Expected)
  • Provisional Allotment: By April 2016
  • Interview weight: 20%
  • Main exam weight: 80%

IBPS CWE Clerk Selection Process 2016

No Interviews for IBPS CWE Clerk VI posts Officially Announced by IBPS. It has now been decided at the appropriate level to discontinue interviews in the recruitment process for Clerical Cadre. Accordingly, no interviews will be conducted under CWE Clerks-VI. 100% weightage will be given to the score obtained by the candidate in the online Prelims Examination of CWE-Clerks-V, instead of weightage ratio of 80: 20 for CWE Prelims examination and interview respectively.

IBPS CWE Clerk VI cut off 2016

The main exam will be even more competitive, and the full mark of the test will be 200. Questions will be set on Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude and Computer Knowledge. Each part will carry 40 marks. Selected applicants in the main exam will be called for interview which will carry a total of 100 marks. Cut off mark for the Viva is 40% for General candidates and 35% for SC/ST category. The interview is likely to be held by February, 2016.

IBPS Clerk Prelims Result 2016

The preliminary examination will be conducted online and will be held over a period of four days on 26th & 27th of November, 3rd & 4th of December 2016. The exam will be multiple choice based, and there will be three parts: English Language (30 marks), Numerical Ability (35 marks) and Reasoning (35 marks). Duration of the exam is 1 hour. There will be negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer. Candidates will need to prepare hard for the first phase of the selection process which is the preliminary stage.

Official Website: www.ibps.in

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