IBPS Clerk is a Common Written Exam (CWE), conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for recruitment to nationalized banks in India to fill vacancies for clerical level jobs. CWE is a pre-requisite for selection of personnel for Clerical cadre posts in Public Sector Banks. Candidates who are selected for clerical cadre have to be on probation for 6 months. After the completion of the period, they are required to appear for the assessment test/performance review in order to confirm as permanent employees.
The clerical post is an entry-level cadre for anyone who wishes to become a banker. They mainly participate in the day to day activities of banking and also have the responsibility to address the queries and guidance of the customers.
|Exam name||IBPS Clerk|
|Organising body||Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)|
|Frequency||Once in a year|
|Number of vacancies||Approximately 1600|
|Selection process||Preliminary & Main Examination|
|Types of questions||Objective|
|Admit card type||Online|
|Helpline numbers||1800 222 366 & 1800 103 4566|
The IBPS has released the official notification for IBPS Clerk 2020 exam on September 1, 2020. The online registration for IBPS Clerk 2020 will start post release of Official Notification. The IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims exam is scheduled on December 5, 12, and 13, 2020, and the Main exam will be held on January 24, 2021.
|IBPS Clerk notification||September 1, 2020|
|Online registration||September 2 to 23, 2020|
|Payment of application fee||September 2 to 23, 2020|
|Pre-exam training call letters||November 17, 2020|
|Pre-exam training||November 23 to 28, 2020|
|Preliminary admit card||November 18, 2020|
|Preliminary exam dates||December 12, 13 & 19, 2020|
|Preliminary result||December 31, 2020|
|Main exam admit card||January 12, 2021|
|Main exam date||January 24, 2021|
|Provisional allotment||April 2021|
|Bank of Baroda||Indian Overseas Bank|
|Bank of India||Punjab National Bank|
|Bank of Maharashtra||Punjab & Sind Bank|
|Canara Bank||UCO Bank|
|Central Bank of India||Union Bank of India|
Institute has released the IBPS Clerk 2020 notification on September 1, 2020. Aspirants who are aiming for the recruitment should access the IBPS Clerk 2020 notification pdf to explore all the exam details starting the number of vacancies to exam dates. IBPS Clerk notification 2020 is also useful for a candidate to determine his/her eligibility. Hence, we advise aspirants to check all the IBPS Clerk details meticulously.
Every year, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) releases the IBPS Clerk notification for over 12,000 vacancies. This year, the Institute has released IBPS clerk recruitment notification for a total of 1,555 vacancies. It is always encouraged to verify the IBPS Clerk vacancies bank-wise and state-wise before kick-starting the registration process. If IBPS Clerk 2020 state wise vacancies are less in a particular state, he/she can aim for the other state, provided meeting the eligibility requirements.
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands||1||Haryana||72||Nagaland||5|
|Andhra Pradesh||85||Himachal Pradesh||45||Odisha||66|
|Arunachal Pradesh||1||Jammu and Kashmir||7||Puducherry||4|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||4||Madhya Pradesh||104||Telangana||62|
Candidates who satisfy all the prerequisites set by the IBPS are only eligible to apply online for the recruitment examination. It is advised to explore IBPS Clerk exam eligibility conditions here.
Institute will accept IBPS Clerk online application forms from September to October 2020. Interested candidates who meet all the eligibility conditions can start filling IBPS Clerk online application form 2020 from the official website. We advise candidates not to wait until IBPS Clerk 2020 apply online last date. Here, we have described IBPS Clerk 2020 apply online in simple steps. Explore more details about IBPS Clerk 2020 registration steps here.
Candidates have to pay the application fees/intimation charges to complete IBPS Clerk online application process. IBPS Clerk application fee should be paid between September 2 and 23, 2020 inclusive of both dates. Candidates should bear the bank transaction charges for online payment.
|SC/ST/PWBD/EXSM candidates||Rs 175/- (inclusive of GST)|
|Others||Rs 850/- (inclusive of GST)|
IBPS is responsible for releasing the call letters/ admit card. There is no official date for releasing IBPS admit card in the recruitment notification. IBPS Clerk Prelims admit card 2020 will be released during the last week of November, while, IBPS Clerk Mains admit card likely to be available during the second week of January 2021. Aspirants can access the IBPS Clerk call letter/ admit card from the official website through submitting the login details such as registration/roll number and password/date of birth.
It is always encouraged to know about IBPS Clerk job profile before kick-starting the application or registration process. Candidates should know IBPS Clerk job description which helps to understand the regular tasks performed after getting selected. IBPS Clerk roles and responsibilities are almost similar in participating banks.
A clerk is an important post in each & every bank. The role of a clerk is to handle many values works related to the customer's accounts and resolving their complaints and issues.
The clerical post is an entry level cadre for anyone who wishes to become a banker. They mainly participate in the day to day activities of banking and also have the responsibility to address the queries and guidance of the customers.
The clerk is basically in charge of the withdrawal and deposit counters such as accepting payments, sanction withdrawals, verify cheques, issue demand draft and other banking related services to customers.
Clerks also have to manage the daily records of the bank and back office work, which includes the collection of receipts, updating and maintaining ledger balance, balance tally and other transactions.
Besides this, they have to market the bank products. For eg: Loans, deposits and schemes. Clerks are also called as window operators or cashiers.
Bank clerk has the opportunity to get promoted as officers. They are usually promoted once in 2 years. Promotion of an employee is based on their performance in the banks.
Many aspirants often confuse between IBPS Clerk salary and IBPS PO salary. To make it more simple, we have decided to provide a detailed analysis of the IBPS Clerk salary in hand. We have listed the detailed IBPS Clerk salary after the 7th Pay Commission. The IBPS Clerk Basic Pay is Rs 11,765. The IBPS Clerk pay scale is 11765-655/3-13730-815/3-16175-980/4-20095-1145/7-28110-2120/1-30230/1310-1-31540. Along with salary, candidates will also get other benefits such as dearness allowance, house rent allowance, travel allowance and medical allowance.
|Earnings||Total Pay (Place with Population > 45 Lakhs)||Total Pay (Place with Population < 45 Lakhs)|
|Basic Pay||INR 11765/-||INR 11765/-|
|Special Allowance||INR 911.79/-||INR 911.79/-|
|DA (Dearness Allowance)||INR 5311.58/-||INR 5311.58/-|
|CCA (City Compensatory Allowance)||Not Available||Not Available|
|TA (Transport Allowance)||INR 425/-||INR 425/-|
|Total (Without HRA)||INR 18413.37/-||INR 18413.37/-|
|HRA (House Rent Allowance)||INR 1176.50/-||INR 1058.85/-|
|Gross with HRA||INR 19589.87/-||INR 19472.22/-|
Note: Above mentioned table pay scale is approximate salary. Actual salary may vary depending upon various circumstances.
IBPS has increased the Clerk 2020 vacancies. Institute has increased the number of vacancies from 1557 posts to 2557 posts. It has released a revised notification for Clerk recruitment 2020. Interested candidates can apply for the Clerk posts till September 23, 2020.
The selection process includes an online preliminary, main exam and interview. The Preliminary exam will be held on December 12, 13 and 19, 2020. The Main exam will be conducted on January 24, 2020.14 September 2020
IBPS has released the CRP-X Clerk notification 2020. Interested candidates who are aspiring for bank jobs can visit the official website to apply online. The registration window will open until September 23, 2020. Institute has also released the important date, result date and admit card date.
The Clerk notification was released for a total of 1557 vacancies. Candidates should pay Rs 850 as application fee to successfully submit the registration form.
The Clerk Preliminary exam will be held on December 12, 13 and 19, 2020. The admit card will be released on November 18, 2020. The Prelims result will be released on December 31, 2020.2 September 2020
IBPS has released the result of Clerk-IX for Online Main Examination 2020. Institute has declared the result after postponing several times due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic. Candidates who have appeared for the written exam held on January 19 can visit the official website to check their result.
Candidates should use their login details such as registration number/ roll number and password/ date of birth. It is advised to keep the hard copy of the result for future reference.
IBPS has released the Clerk-IX recruitment notification for a total of 12,075 vacancies.20 May 2020
IBPS has declared that the Provisional Allotment for CRP-Clerk-IX was postponed due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Candidates are advised to visit the official website for further updates.
The official notice reads, "Due to the unforeseen circumstances, i.e., COVID-19 pandemic, the declaration of results of Provisional Allotment for CRP PO/MT- IX, CRP - Clerks - IX and CRP - SPL - IX stands postponed until further orders. Visit our official website www.ibps.in for further updates in this regards."
Earlier, IBPS has postponed the recruitment exam processes in the last week of March. It has also suspended the help desk services of IBPS.27 April 2020
IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2020 was conducted on January 19. The Main Exam was conducted across the country and most of the test takers believe that the difficulty level of the question paper was moderate to difficult.
The Quantitative Aptitude questions were most tedious and calculative. There were many good puzzles in seating and arrangement section, while reasoning and general awareness section's questions were moderate and General English section was easy to moderate.
If a candidate attempts more than 120 questions out of 190 can expect a positive result. The recruitment notification was released for a total of 12,075 vacancies.20 January 2020