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IBPS Clerk Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

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IBPS Clerk Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification
April 12, 2021
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About IBPS Clerk exam 

IBPS conducts IBPS Clerk exam. In addition, it conducts examinations through standard written tests for all Public Sector Banks except the SBI. 

There are two stages in the Clerk exam. 

  1. Preliminary Exam
  2. Mains Exam

There is a single IBPS clerk application for all two stages. However, there are separate admit cards for each exam. 

Candidates who qualify Preliminary Exam will appear for mains exam. Therefore, candidates who successfully clear the mains exam selected as clerical staff in participating banks. 

Abbreviation  IBPS 
Type  Government Autonomous Recruitment Body 
Purpose  Recruitment of Banking Personnel 
Location  Maharashtra, India 
Chairman  Mr. Rajkiran Rai G 
Director  Shri Harideesh Kumar B 

IBPS Clerk recruitment is conducted IBPS for 11 public sector banks. The recruitment process through Common Recruitment Process (CRP) is conducted by IBPS every year. 

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IBPS Clerk Notifications/News 

Notification of IBPS Clerk 2021-22 will be releasing in Oct 2021. The notification contains details such as the number of vacancies, eligibility criteria required, and reservation policy. It also has important dates, filling the application form, exam pattern, provisional allotment, calculation of scores for different stages, etc.

Read below for more details on IBPS Clerk 2021 notification. 

Events Dates
Notification 2021 6 Oct 2021
Online Registration Process 7 Oct 2021
Online Application Ends On 27 Oct 2021
IBPS Clerk Prelims Call Letter November 2021
Conduct of Online Examination – Preliminary December 2021
Preliminary Exam Result January 2022
Online Exam – Mains Call Letter January 2022
Online Examination – Mains Jan/Feb 2022
Mains – Result April 1, 2022

IBPS Clerk Exam Dates

As per the latest update, IBPS Clerk 2021 Prelims exam is scheduled for December 2021. And the mains exam will be on January 2022.

IBPS CRP Clerks-X 2021 Date 
Prelims Exam Date  December 2021
Mains Exam Date  January 2022

IBPS Clerk Application Fee 

Given below is the fee structure for online application. The candidate needs to pay the fee online. 

Category  Application Fee 
SC/ST & PWBD  INR 175 
Others  INR 850

IBPS Clerk Eligibility Criteria 

A candidate must fulfill the required criteria to be part of the process.

A candidate has to meet the age and education qualification criteria to apply for IBPS Clerk.

Nationality / Citizenship of Applicants: 

A candidate must be an Indian citizen to applying for IBPS Clerk Examination.

Educational Qualifications (As on 26.08.2020):

The candidate should hold a graduation degree in any discipline from an approved University.

IBPS Clerk Age Limit

Minimum: 20 years

Maximum: 28 years

Relaxation of Upper age limit  

  • Backward Classes  – 3 years 
  • Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribe – 5 years 
  • Persons With Benchmark Disabilities as defined under “The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016” – 10 years 
  • Regular employees of the Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from service (Applicable to Madhya Pradesh state only) – 5 Years
  • Persons affected by 1984 riots – 5 Years
  • Ex-Servicemen, Commissioned Officers including Emergency Commissioned Officers (ECOs)/ Short Service Commissioned Officers (SSCOs) who have rendered at least 5 years military service and have been released on completion of assignment otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency or physical disability attributable to military service – 5 years 

IBPS Clerk vacancies 

IBPS Clerk vacancies will be released along with the notification. In addition, candidates can see below to understand last year’s requirements by banks for the post of clerk.

IBPS has announced 2557 vacancies for the year 2020.

State wise clerk vacancies 

State Name  Vacancies 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 
Arunachal Pradesh 
Meghalaya 
Mizoram 
Sikkim 
Lakshadweep 
Manipur 
3
Dadra and Nagar Haveli/Daman & Diu 
Puducherry 
4
Nagaland  5
Jammu and Kashmir  7
Chandigarh  8
Tripura  12
Chhattisgarh  18
Assam  24
Goa  25
Uttarakhand  30
Himachal Pradesh  45
Telangana  62
Odisha  66
Jharkhand  67
Rajasthan  68
Haryana  72
Andhra Pradesh  85 
Delhi  93 
Bihar  95
Madhya Pradesh  104
Kerala  120
Gujarat  139 
West Bengal  151
Punjab  162 
Karnataka  221
Tamil Nadu  229 
Uttar Pradesh  259 
Maharashtra  371
Total  2557 

 

Check out – IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern & Syllabus

How to apply? 

The application window is not open yet for 2021-22. As soon as the window gets open for application, candidates need to follow the below-mentioned steps.

The application form for IBPS Clerk is available on the IBPS website. The steps to fill application form are explained below. The application can be filled only by online method.

Step 1: IBPS Clerk Registration 

  • Visit IBPS official website  
  • Click the link ‘New Registration’ on the home page of IBPS 
  • Enter name, phone number, email id and security code 
  • A provisional registration number and password are generated after successful registration.
  • The provisional registration number and password are also emailed to the email address and password provided during registration.

Step 2: Upload Photo and Signature 

  • Candidates must upload their photos, signature, left thumb impression, and handwritten declaration after registering.
  • It is not acceptable to sign in capital letters.
  • The left thumb impression should be properly scanned and not smudged 
  • The handwritten statement should be in English only 

Step 3: Fill the detailed application form 

This page is divided into three parts, basic details, educational qualification & experience, and preferences. Check details below: 

Basic details: In this part, candidates need to fill category, nationality, personal details, select exam centres, date of birth, gender, father’s name or mother’s name, address, etc.  

Educational Qualification, Work Experience & Languages: Here, candidates need to enter details of their graduation such as year of passing, college, percentage of marks, grade (if any). They are also required to enter their work experience. Candidates are also required to enter the languages they can read, write and speak. 

Preferences: Candidates need to enter the preferences of banks where they wish to work upon selection. SC/ST/Minority candidates can opt for pre-exam training in this part.  

Step 4: Preview of IBPS Clerk application form 

Candidates must preview the application form before the final submission. Then, they can edit the details entered in the application form while validating the same. Once this is complete, candidates need to agree to the terms and conditions and submit their applications.

Step 5: IBPS Clerk fee payment  

  • Candidates need to follow the steps below for making payment. 
  • The payment modes are using Debit Cards, Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, and Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets by providing information. 
  • An e-receipt will be generated upon successful completion of the transaction.
  • Candidates are required to take a printout of the e-receipt and online application form containing fee payment details.

Things to keep handy while applying for the IBPS Clerk Application  

  • Scanned photograph and signature 
  • Left thumb impression 
  • A handwritten declaration 
  • Bank details to pay the application fees 
  • Marksheet of graduation to enter educational details 
  • Valid email ID and contact number 

 

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FAQ’s

Q.1 What is the probation period for IBPS Clerk?

A. Successful candidate needs to spend six months on probation.

Q.2 How many vacancies have been released?

A. The total number of vacancies in IBPS Clerk 2021 is yet to release.

Q.3 Can a final year graduation student apply for IBPS Clerk?

A. Yes, the final-year student can apply for IBPS Clerk, but the candidate needs to complete and needs to produce the graduation completion document at the time of interview.

Q.4 What are the age criteria to apply for IBPS Clerk?

A: Minimum: 21 years and Maximum: 28 years with the age benefit to reserved categories.

Q.5 What is the salary of the IBPS Clerk?

A: IBPS Clerk salary varies from state to state. The basic salary of an IBPS Clerk is Rs 11765 with an increment of Rs 655 for three years..

Q.6 What is the Application fee for IBPS Clerk?

A. The application fee for IBPS Clerk is Rs. 175 for SC/ST/PWBD candidates and Rs. 800 for all others.

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