IBPS Clerk Exam 2019

Clerk Exam

What is IBPS Clerk Exam?

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. 

Common Written Examination (CWE) is a pre-requisite for selection of personnel for Clerical cadre posts in Public Sector Banks.

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.

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 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.

IBPS Clerk 2019-20:

The IBPS has released the official notification for IBPS Clerk 2019 exam on September 2019. The online registration for IBPS Clerk 2019 will start post release of Official Notification.

The IBPS Clerk 2019-20 Prelims exam is scheduled from December 7, December 8, December 14, & December 15, 2019, and the Main exam will be held on January 19, 2020.

Participating Organisations/Banks:

Allahabad Bank Corporation Bank Syndicate Bank
Andhra Bank Dena Bank UCO Bank
Bank of Baroda Indian Bank Union Bank of India
Bank of India Indian Overseas Bank United Bank of India
Bank of Maharashtra Oriental Bank of Commerce Vijaya Bank
Canara Bank Punjab National Bank  
Central Bank of India Punjab & Sind Bank  

IBPS Clerk 2019-20 Application Fee:

For SC/ST/PwD/ExSM Candidates - INR 100/- (Intimation Charges Only).

For All Other Candidates - INR 600/- (App. Fee Including Intimation Charges).

IBPS Clerk 2019-20 Registration Procedure:

A candidate has to visit the IBPS’s website then open the link “CRP Clerks” and click on the option “Click here to apply online for CRP Clerks VIII” to open the Online Application Form.  Click here to know more about the steps to register IBPS Clerk 2019-20.

 

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.

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 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.

Career Prospectus:

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.

Pay Scale:

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 pay scale for all clerks is mentioned in the table below:

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) INR 0/- INR 0/-
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 may vary for Bank Clerk Salary through IBPS under any circumstances.

IBPS Clerk Main Exam Result 2019 To Be Released By March End

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to release the CRP Clerical Cadre VIII Main examination result in this month. Candidates who have appeared for the Clerk Main examination on January 20, 2019, are advised to check the official website regularly. 

Once the IBPS clerical result is declared, candidates have to use their login credentials such as registration number/roll number and password/date of birth to check the result. Candidates have to note that the final selection of the candidates will be based only on the Main examination. There is no interview round for IBPS clerical cadre. 

IBPS conducted the Clerk preliminary examination between December 8 to 16, 2019. The preliminary result was declared in January 2019 and released the admit cards for the Main examination.

12 March 2019
IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2018 Admit Card Released

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the Clerk Main exam admit card 2018. Candidates who have qualified in the preliminary examination can download the Main examination admit card from the official website of IBPS. The Main examination will be conducted in online mode on January 20, 2019. 

The organising body has released the Clerk prelims result on January 4, 2019. The Clerk main exam admit cards will be available online till the exam date, i.e., January 20, 2019. Candidates need to carry the original identity card issued by the state or central government to the exam centre along with the Clerk admit card. 

Click here to download the IBPS Clerk main exam admit card 2018

IBPS Clerk main exam consists of sections such as reasoning ability, English language, quantitive aptitude, general/finance awareness. The total duration of the IBPS Clerk main exam is 160 minutes.

5 January 2019
IBPS Clerk Prelims Results 2018 Released 

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the preliminary result for Clerk exam conducted in the month of December 2018. Candidates who have appeared for the online written examination can visit the official website to check the clerk results.

IBPS has released only the qualifying status of candidates as for now. It will soon release the clerk prelims score card. Candidates who qualify in the preliminary examination are now eligible to take the main examination, which will be held on January 20, 2019. However, the provisional allotment for the IBPS clerk will be in April 2019. 

Click here to check the IBPS Clerk Prelims result 2018

The duration of the IBPS main examination is 160 minutes. The total number of question will be 190 carrying 200 marks. The final selection of the candidates will be based on the performance in the main examination. 

4 January 2019
IBPS Clerk Preliminary Results 2018

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to release the Clerk preliminary examination results 2018. Candidates who have appeared for the online written examination held between December 8 and 15, 2018, can check their results on the official website of IBPS. The Clerk examination result date has not been announced by the IBPS. However, the organising institute usually declares the result after 10 or 15 days from the date of examination. 

Candidates who clear the Clerk preliminary examination have to appear for the Main examination which will be held on January 20, 2019. The successful candidates will also receive the admit cards for the Main examination in the month of January. 

The Main examination of IBPS Clerk consists of sections such as reasoning ability & computer aptitude, English language, quantitative aptitude and general/finance awareness. The duration of the exam is 160 minutes. Know more about the IBPS Clerk Main exam pattern here. 

IBPS released the notification in the month of September for a total of 7,275 vacancies. The selection of the candidates will be based on the online Preliminary and Main examination.

28 December 2018
IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam Admit Card Released

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the admit cards for the clerk online preliminary examination. Candidates who have registered for the examination can download their admit cards from the official website of IBPS. 

The admit cards for the clerk preliminary examination will be available till December 1, 2018.  IBPS will conduct the online preliminary examination for clerks between December 8 and 16, 2018. However, the result for the online preliminary examination will be released during the last week of December. 

To download the IBPS clerk admit card, candidates need to submit the registration number/roll number and date of birth/password. Aspirants should check all the details on the admit card before going to the exam. 

Click here to download the IBPS Clerk admit card

This year, IBPS clerk notification was released for a total of 7275 vacancies. The online preliminary examination consists of sections such as reasoning ability, quantitative aptitude and English language. The duration of the online preliminary exam is one hour. To know more about the IBPS clerk exam pattern, click here

27 November 2018
IBPS Released Pre Exam Training Call Letter For CRP - Clerks VIII
Last Day To Apply Online For IBPS Clerk
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