IBPS recruitment is going to release a notification for the recruitment of applicants for near about 14500+ Officer level I/II/III and Office Assistant in various Regional Rural Banks (RRB) across the country. The IBPS recruitment eligible applicants can apply online on the official website of the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection until the last of August 2018.
IBPS soon going to declare the dates of preliminary and main online examination for the filling for the post of Officer Level I/II/III and Office Assistant. The IBPS exam date is tentative to be command between 9th to 24th September and IBPS CWE RRB-VI (Officers). For more information visit the official Website.
IBPS Mains examination tentatively will be on 5th November 2018 and CWE RRB-VI (Office Assistants) on 12th November 2018. A single examination will be held for Officer Level II and III together with IBPS CWE RRB-VI (Officers) Mains examination on 5th November 2018.
IBPS Recruitment Phase
IBPS recruitment follows 3 –phase recruitment method, that carries with it 2 Tier examination and interview. Applicants will have to register for the Officer Level I/II/III and Office Assistant through the official website and with successfully.
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All the Registered applicants will be called by IBPS recruitment for the IBPS CWE RRB – VI (Officer) and CWE RRB VI (Office Assistant) Mains test and afterward for the interview.
The eligibility criteria for the application of IBPS CWE RRB-VI (Officer) CWE RRB VI (Office Assistant) examination applicant should have a Degree in any discipline from a recognized – University.
The maximum age limit is 30 years and the minimum age limit is 20 years for the provisional Officer/ Management trainee. (age relaxation for all reserved as per Govt. norms).
In the preliminary phase, applicants are tested on their awareness of Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude/Numerical Ability for Officer and Office Assistant respectively.
Whereas in the mains examination applicants are subjected to the questions from the subject of Reasoning, Numerical Ability, English / Hindi Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness (Banking) and Computer Knowledge.