IBPS Recruitment 2021

IBPS Recruitment 2021

Latest IBPS Recruitment, Exams, Result and Notifications announced for candidates across all India.

IBPS Recruitment 2021 in India with latest IBPS recruitment notifications, exams, application forms and eligibility criteria. In addition to IBPS recruitment in India, you can also get alerts for latest IBPS exams, admit card, syllabus and results. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection announces bank exams and vacancies for various public and private sectors, regional rural banks, and foreign banks across major cities in India. In addition to banks, it also serves other financial institutions, including co-operative banks, insurance companies, academic institutions, and both private- and state-owned companies. Hundreds of thousands aspirants apply to thousands of vacancies each year in various bank, insurance and finance institutes through IBPS. These vacancies are usually spread across India in all major cities and districts.

Exam Name & Openings Last Date & Status
IBPS CRP Clerks 2020 6th November 2020
(LIVE)
Punjab National Bank 23rd September 2020
(Closed)
IBPS RRB 2020 Notification (9638+ PO / Clerk Vacancies) 21st July 2020
(Closed)
SBI Recruitment / Exam / Results 2020 On-going
(LIVE)
Govt Jobs in India On-going
(LIVE)

Latest IBPS Recruitment Notifications (By Date)

Latest notifications for IBPS recruitment in India this year during 2021 updated by date are listed here. You can subscribe to IBPS career alerts by subscribing to Email Alerts, browser notifications or social media (Facebook, twitter etc) to get notified.

Organization Vacancies (By Date Posted) Last Date
IBPS CRPC Recruitment 2557+ Vacancies 6th November 2020
Punjab National Bank 535+ Managers / Sr Manages / Specialist Officer (SO) 23rd September 2020

IBPS Recruitment 2020 with Exams, Syllabus & Results

About Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is an autonomous body set up to evolve and implement world class processes of assessment and selection of personnel for various client organizations. It offers its services to banks in the public and private sectors, regional rural banks, and foreign banks. It also serves other financial institutions, including co-operative banks, insurance companies, academic institutions, and both private- and state-owned companies. It provides various services including but not limited to:

  • Project consultation: assistance in conducting examinations for recruitment and promotion
  • Assessment centres that help organisations in identifying the knowledge and skills of applicants for the suitable positions
  • Personality assessments using group exercises and interviews to identify the candidates’ higher cognitive skills
  • Training programmes for senior staff to help develop their observational and interviewing skills
  • Workshops for people who design their own question papers
  • Lists of experts who can conduct interviews or group exercises effectively

IBPS – Institute of Banking Personnel Selection

IBPS stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection that conducts different IBPS exams for recruiting qualified individuals for all Public Sector Banks except the State Bank of India. It is an autonomous body that is guided and governed by the Reserve Bank of India, the Finance Ministry, and NIBM. Furthermore, various representatives from the insurance companies and public banks also take part in the decision-making process.

Being said that, the different banks that take consideration of the scores received in various IBPS exams include RBI, NABARD, Canara Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Union Bank of India, UCO Bank, Maharashtra Bank, Punjab National Bank, Sind Bank and many more. In this article, we will discuss the different exams conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection along with the eligibility criteria and other exam details.

IBPS Exams

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection plays a very important role in providing the different banks in India with qualified and talented individuals. As a result, the institute has to carefully plan and manage the conduction of various exams each year.

Millions of individuals apply for different IBPS exams from all over the country every year in India. Even then the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection ensures that each and every exam is conducted smoothly and without any issues. The different exams are conducted in an efficient manner and are extremely organized. It is for this reason why millions of individuals are able to take the IBPS exams peacefully each year.

The following are the different exams conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection along with their details.

  1. IBPS PO (Probationary Officer) Examination

The IBPS PO exam is one of the many different exams conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection every year. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the Probationary Officer exam to recruit highly qualified and talented individuals for the post of Probationary Officers for all public sector banks in India except the State Bank of India.

If you are looking to appear for the IBPS PO exam then you must know the different eligibility criteria along with the various phases of the exam. Having said that, the IBPS Probationary Officer exam is conducted in three different phases. The first phase of the exam includes a Preliminary exam that is conducted online. The duration of the prelims exam is 60 minutes and consists of 100 questions. These questions are objectives types and the total number of marks in the prelims exam is 100.

The second phase of the IBPS PO exam includes a Mains exam which is also conducted online. The duration of the mains exam is 210 minutes and consists of 157 questions. These questions are both objective and descriptive and the total number of marks in the mains exam is 225. The third phase of the exam is the personal interview which is also 100 marks.

Being said that, you can choose the paper in either English or Hindi language. Therefore, make sure you provide your preference at the time of filling out the application form.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. You must have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university in India.
  2. If you are in the final year then you cannot apply for the examination.
  3. You must be a citizen of India, Nepal, or Bhutan.

Age

  1. You must be in the age group of 20 to 30 years.
  2. In the case of SC, and ST candidates, the upper age limit has a relaxation of 5 years and the OBC candidates have a relaxation of 3 years.

Syllabus

  1. The syllabus for the prelims exam includes the English language, quantitative aptitude, and reasoning ability.
  2. The syllabus for the mains exam includes English language, data interpretation and analysis, reasoning and computer aptitude, and general awareness.

Only the candidates who qualify after the prelims and mains test are called for a personal interview round.

  1. IBPS Clerk Exam

The IBPS Clerk exam is another one of the many different exams conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection every year. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the Clerk exam to recruit highly qualified individuals for the post of clerks for all public sector banks in India except the State Bank of India.

If you are looking to appear for the IBPS Clerk exam then you must know the different eligibility criteria along with the various phases of the exam. Having said that, the IBPS Clerk exam is conducted in two different phases. The first phase of the exam includes a Preliminary exam that is conducted online. The duration of the prelims exam is 60 minutes and consists of 100 questions. These questions are objectives types and the total number of marks in the prelims exam is 100.

The second phase of the IBPS Clerk exam includes a Mains exam which is also conducted online. The duration of the mains exam is 160 minutes and consists of 190 questions. These questions are objective-type and the total number of marks in the mains exam is 200. Being said that, there is no personal interview round for the IBPS Clerk exam. The selection of the candidates is completely based on their performance in the prelims and mains exam.

You can choose the paper in either English or Hindi language. Therefore, make sure you provide your preference at the time of filling out the application form.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. You must have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university in India.
  2. You must have a working knowledge of computer.
  3. You must be a citizen of India, Nepal, or Bhutan.

Age

  1. You must be in the age group of 20 to 28 years.
  2. In the case of SC, and ST candidates, the upper age limit has a relaxation of 5 years and the OBC candidates have a relaxation of 3 years.

Syllabus

  1. The syllabus for the prelims exam includes English language, numerical ability, and reasoning ability.
  2. The syllabus for the mains exam includes English language, reasoning and computer aptitude, and general awareness.
  3. IBPS RRB Exam

The IBPS RRB exam is another one of the many different exams conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection every year. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the RRB exam to recruit highly qualified individuals for a number of different positions including Office Assistant and Officers Scale I, II, and III.

If you are looking to appear for the IBPS RRB exam then you must know the different eligibility criteria along with the various phases of the exam. Having said that, the IBPS RRB exam is conducted in different phases for different posts.

For instance, the IBPS RRB exam for Office Assistant consists of two phases. The first phase of the exam includes a Preliminary exam that is conducted online. The duration of the prelims exam is 45 minutes and consists of 80 questions. These questions are objectives types and the total number of marks in the prelims exam is 80. The second phase of the IBPS RRB exam includes a Mains exam which is also conducted online. The duration of the mains exam is 120 minutes and consists of 200 questions. These questions are objectives types and the total number of marks in the prelims exam is 200. There is no personal interview round for the Office Assistant post.

Similarly, each of the IBPS RRB exams for Officers Scale I, II, and III consists of three, two, and two different phases respectively. For instance, the first phase of the RRB Officers Scale I exam includes a Preliminary exam that is conducted online. The second phase includes a Mains exam which is also conducted online and the third phase consists of the personal interview round.

For Officers Scale II, and III RRB exam, the first phase includes a Preliminary exam that is conducted online and the second phase consists of the personal interview round. Having said that, the marking scheme for each one of these exams is different. For instance, the prelims exam for Officers Scale I is of 80 marks, and the mains exam is of 200 marks. For Officers Scale II, and III, the prelims exam is 200 marks each.

You can choose the paper in either English or Hindi language. Therefore, make sure you provide your preference at the time of filling out the application form.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. You must have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university in India.
  2. You must be a citizen of India, Nepal, or Bhutan.

Age

  1. You must be in the age group of 18 to 40 years.
  2. The age requirements vary from position to position.
  3. In the case of SC, and ST candidates, the upper age limit has a relaxation of 5 years and the OBC candidates have a relaxation of 3 years.

Syllabus

  1. The syllabus for the prelims exam includes numerical ability and reasoning ability.
  2. The syllabus for the mains exam includes English language, reasoning and computer aptitude, financial awareness, and general awareness.
  3. IBPS SO (Specialist Officers) Exam

The IBPS SO exam is another one of the many different exams conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection every year. The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the SO exam to recruit highly qualified individuals for the position of Specialist Officers in different public sector banks of India.

If you are looking to appear for the IBPS RRB exam then you must know the different eligibility criteria along with the various phases of the exam. Having said that, the IBPS SO exam is conducted in three different phases. The first phase of the exam includes a Preliminary exam that is conducted online. The duration of the prelims exam is 120 minutes and consists of 125 questions. These questions are objectives types and the total number of marks in the prelims exam is 150.

The second phase of the IBPS SO exam includes a Mains exam which is also conducted online. The duration of the mains exam is 60 minutes and consists of 45 – 60 questions depending on the post. These questions are both objective and descriptive and the total number of marks in the mains exam is 60. The third phase of the exam is the personal interview.

Being said that, you can choose the paper in either English or Hindi language. Therefore, make sure you provide your preference at the time of filling out the application form.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. You must have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university in India.
  2. You must be a citizen of India, Nepal, or Bhutan.

Age

  1. You must be in the age group of 20 to 30 years.
  2. In the case of SC, and ST candidates, the upper age limit has a relaxation of 5 years and the OBC candidates have a relaxation of 3 years.

Syllabus

  1. The syllabus for the prelims exam includes English language, general awareness numerical ability, and reasoning ability.
  2. The syllabus for the mains exam includes professional knowledge. It means that depending on the position you are applying for, the syllabus of the exam will be from that profession.

Final Thoughts

IBPS conducts a number of different exams each year to hire qualified individuals for various public sector banks in India. As a result, millions of individuals apply each year to get a job in the Indian Banking sector. Therefore, it is crucial that you know the different eligibility criteria along with other details before filling the application form.

IBPS Recruitment Process & Exams

IBPS conducts four different recruitment processes namely CRP PO/MT, CRP RRBs, CRP Clerical, CRP Specialist Officers under which various exams take place every year for banking sector recruitment. The exams conducted by IBPS are as follows:

  • IBPS PO/MT exam takes place for the recruitment of Probationary Officers and Management Trainees’ in the participating banks, which are national public sector banks.
  • IBPS SO exam takes place for the recruitment of Specialist Officers, which are Scale-I officers in the national public sector banks.
  • IBPS Clerk exam takes place for the recruitment of Specialist Officers, which are Scale-I officers in the national public sector banks.
  • IBPS RRB Officer Scale-I exam takes place for the recruitment of Scale-I Officers in Regional Rural Banks, this post is equivalent to Probationary Officers post in National Public Sector Banks.
  • IBPS RRB Office Assistant exam takes place for the recruitment of Office Assistant in Regional Rural Banks, this post is equivalent to Clerk post in National Public Sector Banks.
  • IBPS RRB Officer Scale-II and Scale-III exam takes place for the recruitment of Scale-II and Scale-III Officers in Regional Rural Banks, the post of Officer Scale-II is equivalent to Specialist Officer post and Officer Scale-III post is equivalent to Senior Manager in National Public Sector Banks.

IBPS Recruitment FAQs

How can I prepare for IBPS Exams?

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