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IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017 – Institute of Banking Personnel has released the IBPS PO Prelims score card 2017 today. So, have you downloaded your score card? If not, do it now.

The preliminary exam result came a few days back. And now, you can check your scores too. Moreover, they have also released the IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off Marks 2017.

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IBPS PO Prelims Cut off Marks 2017

You can check the sectional and overall cut off score here.

IBPS PO Prelims Important Dates

  1. Score Card Release Date – 8th November 2017
  2. Last Date to Download IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017 – 26th November 2017
  3. IBPS PO Mains Exam 2017 – 26th November 2017

If you want to enhance your IBPS PO Mains Preparation, you check our post by clicking here. In this post, you will find preparation tips and strategies to crack the Mains exam. Furthermore, you can also take our IBPS PO Mains Mock Tests to enhance your preparation strategy.

So, tell us, did you find our post helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more score card and result related updates.

Hope for the best!

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IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips and Tricks

How to Improve Your Descriptive Test Scores – Check here important IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips and Tricks. How to prepare for IBPS PO Mains 2017 Descriptive Writing Test. Check IBPS Descriptive Test Expected Topics.

IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips and Tricks

The IBPS PO prelims are over now and it’s high time for all the participating aspirants to gear up for IBPS PO Mains 2017, which is going to be conducted on 26th November, 2017. If you have cleared IBPS PO Prelims, the IBPS PO Mains exam is right around the corner and you need to give your best shot to the remaining phase (Mains and Interview) to get selected as an IBPS PO.

Important – This year, the IBPS PO mains paper also consists of a descriptive writing section which is qualifying in nature.

Writing skills are an integral part of communication and Descriptive Test (of English Language) will test your writing skills, understanding, analysing and summerising skills. Learning how to write essays and letters can be one of the boring experiences for students, but it is also one of the most important. It puts all your knowledge of language and General Awareness to Test. By working on your writing skills you will become more capable of analyzing data, interpreting data, and thinking critically.


In this post on IBPS PO Mains descriptive test tips and tricks, we would be covering all the aspects: question types, how to prepare, the evaluation criteria and some DOs and DONTs for this section.

 

Before going any further, lets's have a look on the IBPS PO Mains Exam Pattern 2017-

IBPS PO Mains 2017 Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme

Sr. No.

Name of test

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Medium of Examination

Time Allotted

1

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

45

60

English & Hindi

60 minutes

2

English Language

35

40

English only

40 minutes

3

Data Analysis and Interpretation

35

60

English & Hindi

45 minutes

4

General, Economy /Banking Awareness

40

40

English & Hindi

35 minutes

Total

155

200

180 minutes



Sr. No.

Name of test

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Medium of Examination

Time Allotted

1

English Language (Letter Writing & Essay)

2

25

English

30 minutes


 

The Main exam also consists of an English Language Descriptive Writing Test.

  • Questions : 1 on essay writing & 1 on letter writing ( Total : 2 )
  • Maximum Marks : 25
  • Time Allotted : 30 minutes


 

Descriptive Paper is just qualifying in nature; You don’t have to deal with the stress of maximising your scores.


 

In IBPS PO Descriptive Paper 2017, a letter can be asked in the form of Personal or Business letter. Remember, that a letter addressed to an official is a Business letter whereas the one addressed to your friends/family is a Personal letter. Firstly familiarize yourself with the formats of both Business and Personal letter.

Important parts that need to be included in both the types of the letter


 

Parts of Letter

About the Parts of Letter

Letterhead

Your false address

Dateline

Today’s date

Letter Address

The recipient’s/
addressee’s address (false address)

Subject (Only
in the
formal letter)

The reason why you
are writing the letter

Salutation

References like “Dear Sir/Madam”,
“Dear Mother, or
simply “Sir” etc.

Contents of
the Letter

Contains an introductory
paragraph, ‘body’ explaining
the subject in detail and
a concluding paragraph.

Complimentary
Closing

Regardful signing off, for e.g.
“yours truly”,
“yours faithfully”, etc.

Writer’s Name
& Designation

Your false name & designation
(if given in question)


 

The most important thing while writing a letter is the format. There are few things you must include in the body format of the letter. These are to be followed in order (top to bottom):

  1. Date: include the date and day of writing the letter.
  2. Sender’s Address: Here you must include sender’s address and email.
  3. Inside Address: Here you must include the address of the reader, to whom you are sending the letter.
  4. Salutation: You must include the colon at the end of salutation. References like “Dear Sir/Madam”, “Dear Mother, or simply “Sir” etc.
  5. Body text: Here state the reason for writing, mention the solution, opinions, we need to add about 2-3 paragraphs of the body.
  • In the first paragraph of the formal letter, you must introduce yourself and state the reason for writing the letter.
  • You don’t need to introduce yourself in an informal letter. Just stating the reason for writing the letter would suffice.
  • Contains an introductory paragraph, ‘body’ explaining the subject in detail and a concluding paragraph.
  • Convey information in a right way. Write that is the most crucial part of the letter which is also be considered as the central message of the letter.
  • There are certain rules you should know about the complimentary closing of formal letters. If you know the name of the addressee and begin the letter with “Dear Mr. Abc”, etc. then stick to signing off with ‘yours sincerely/truly’. If you don’t know the name to whom you are writing and are addressing the recipient as “Dear Sir”, “Dear Sir/Madam”, etc. then close the letter with ‘yours faithfully’.
  • But we advised the safest and the best practice to write ABC or XYZ instead of mentioning your name in the letter.

How to write Essay for IBPS PO Descriptive Paper 2017? IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips

Always write essay in following manner-

  • Introduction: It should include the Background and the history of the Subject.
  • About: It should include the details, concept, and theory of the Subject.
  • Positives: Here you must state the advantages of the subject which should include various benefits caused to the different sections of the society, Indian economy, women, and country overall. At last, state what impact it has worldwide (if any).
  • Negatives: This should be covered carefully and include any harm it has caused / will cause to the people, economy of the country.
  • Suggestions: Here you must mention any improvement in the subject for the better. The suggestion should be good and must reflect positive changes in the future.
  • Conclusion: Here you are required to summarize all the points you have mentioned above.

Important Tips for Essay Writing

  • Start practicing by writing small paragraphs on relevant topics.
  • Take time to choose the subject.
  • You should be familiar with the subject.
  • Give informed opinions instead of stating assumptions.
  • Think for some time about the subject.
  • Note down all the important points.
  • Be neutral while writing an essay.

We hope that the abobe tips for IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test 2017 would have helped you in understanding the IBPS Descriptive Test in details.

All the Best!

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IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Cut off 2017 – Sectional cutoff and Category-wise cutoff for IBPS PO

IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off 2017

The IBPS PO Prelims 2017 exams are over and the results too are out. Candidates from all across the country are pariticipating in the IBPS PO exam 2017. There are a total of 3247 vacancies in the IBPS PO 2017. For those who are appearing for the IBPS PO exams 2017, it is necessary to take mock tests if they want to score high cut off marks. The blog post of IBPS PO Cutoff gives a fair idea of the difficulty level of the exams and how much you need to be prepared for the IBPS PO exams and how much you need to score in each of the IBPS PO exams 2017.

The selection process for IBPS PO 2017 exam comprises of three phases – Prelims, Mains and Interview. The preliminary exams is qualifying in nature. The final merit list is prepared based on the cumulative score in the Prelims, Mains and the interview.

Expected IBPS PO Cut off – Prelims 2017

It is expected the cutoffs will be higher this year, given the number of applicants who are giving the exam. The table below gives the expected and sectional cutoff for the different categories.

Section

Max. Marks

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

General

English Language

30

4-5

6-8

Reasoning Ability

35

6-7

9-10

Quantitative Aptitude

35

5-6

8-10

Expected Overall IBPS PO Prelims Cutoff:

Category

Prelims Cutoff (Out of 100)

General

50-53

OBC

47-48

SC

44-46

ST

33-35

OC

34-37

VI

35-34

HI

21-23

Previous Years IBPS PO Cut Off

Official IBPS PO Cutoff 2016:

IBPS PO Prelims 2016 – Sectional Cutoff

Section

Max. Marks

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

General

English Language

30

4.50

7.00

Reasoning Ability

35

5.50

8.50

Quantitative Aptitude

35

5.25

8.25

IBPS PO Prelims 2016 – Overall Cutoff

Category

Prelims Cutoff (Out of 100)

General

47.50

OBC

46.50

SC

40.00

ST

31.25

OC

32.75

VI

31.50

HI

18.00

Official IBPS PO Cut off 2015:

In 2015, IBPS introduced preliminary exams for the first time.

Category

Cutoff Marks

Overall

English Language

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

GEN

7.50

11.25

7.75

37.25

SC

4.75

7.75

5.00

30.75

ST

4.75

7.75

5.00

17.75

OBC

4.75

7.75

5.00

37.25

IBPS PO Cut off – Mains 2015

Cutoffs are applied in 2 stages:

1. On Scores in individual Sectional

2. On Total Score

Candidates must clear the individual cutoff marks and total cutoff marks for selection.

IBPS PO Mains Overall Cutoff 2015 according to Category:

Category

Prelims Cutoff (Out of 100)

General

76.00

OBC

76.00

SC

50.00

ST

47.75

OC

52.50

VI

36.00

HI

35.25

IBPS PO Mains Sectional Cutoff 2015:

Section

Max. Marks

Cutoff Marks

SC/OBC

ST/PWD

GEN

Reasoning

50

7.25

3.00

10.00

English Language

40

9.50

5.25

12.50

Computer Knowledge

20

11.00

8.75

12.25

General Awareness

40

10.25

5.00

13.75

Quantitative Aptitude

50

8.75

5.25

11.00

IBPS PO Cut Off – Final 2015

The Maximum and Minimum combines scores for the Mains Examination and interview for IBPS Probationary Officer are as follows:

Provisional Allotment – IBPS PO Cutoff 2015

Category

SC

ST

OBC

UR

OC

VI

HI

Maximum Scores

57.00

52.40

60.60

71.60

57.60

62.90

50.40

Minimum Scores

41.40

36.30

46.70

49.90

37.90

37.20

22.10

Cutoff List for Reserved Candidates – IBPS PO Cutoff 2015

Category

SC

ST

OBC

UR

OC

VI

HI

Minimum Scores

41.00

35.80

46.40

49.40

37.20

35.80

NA

The scheme of examination has been preliminary exams, mains exams and interview since 2015. Earlier to that, there were no preliminary exams and hence we did not rely on those parameters. While, taking mock tests try and score more then the given cutoffs. Mock tests are a true reflection of how well you can do in the real exams. Doing well in mock tests, ensures that you are at a safe place. There are tonnes of study materials available online.

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IBPS PO Prelims Result 2017 Out : Check Here


IBPS PO PRELIMS 2017 EXAM RESULT IS OUT. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR RESULT HERE.


Today Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has declared the result for online IBPS PO /MT 2017 prelims examination. You can check your result here. The IBPS PO preliminary exam was held on 07th, 08th and 14th of October 2017. We congratulate all the selected candidates for IBPS PO Mains, which is scheduled to held on 26th November 2017 and all those who could not clear it this time, need not get upset as there are many more golden opportunities coming their way.

On 05th and 12th November, many of you will be having the IBPS RRB Mains Exam. So don't panic and hold your horses, get yourself ready for the big opportunity  All The Best!!!

Click the below link to check your IBPS PO Prelims Result 2017

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IBPS PO PRELIMS EXAM ANALYSIS 7TH OCTOBER 2017 SLOT 1

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Analysis 7th October 2017 Slot 1- Check here all over and section wise good attempts, topic wise questions asked andweightageof the questions

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Analysis 7th October 2017 Slot 1

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Analysis 7th October 2017 Slot 1-Dear Aspirants, The IBPS PO Prelims Slot 1 has been successfully conducted and we are going to provide the IBPS PO 7th October Exam Analysis 2017 here withQuestions asked in IBPS PO Prelims 7th Oct Exam. Here, all the candidates can check overall IBPS PO Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 with Good Attempts, difficulty level. However, to get the exact level of question paper difficulty, you must be aware of the IBPS PO Exam Analysis 2017. The mentioned paper analysis will help all the candidates who are going to attempt the IBPS PO prelims exam on the further dates.

First, let’s take a quick look on the IBPS PO Prelims Exam Pattern:

Level I –IBPS POPrelims7th October Exam Analysis 2017

Sr. No.

Name of Tests

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Medium of Exam

Duration

1

English Language

30

30

English

Composite time of 1 hour

2

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

English and Hindi

3

Reasoning Ability

35

35

English and Hindi

Total

100

100

This year, IBPS PO Prelims is scheduled on the following dates:

7th October 2017

8th October 2017

14th October 2017

15th October 2017

Below given is the overall exam analysis :

Number of Good Attempts

English Language 15-16 Questions
Quantitative Aptitude 23-25 Questions
Reasoning Ability 25-27 Questions
Overall Attempts 53-55 Questions

Find below the section-wise exam analysis:

Section-Wise Exam analysis


English Language Analysis for IBPS PO Prelims Exam

Total Number of Questions asked 30
Level of the section Difficult
Any Major/New Changes The overall level was difficult as compared to last year.

Topic-WiseQuestions Asked & Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension

10 – Moderate

Sentence Improvement

10 – Moderate

Para-Jumbled

Spotting Errors

10 – Moderate

Other Topics

Total

30 – Moderate


Details of topics asked in English section

The key topics for today’s IBPS PO Prelims exam’s English section were:

1. Reading Comprehension – 4 Synonym/Antonym Questions

2. Spotting Errors-With a thorough knowledge of grammar, one could easily crack this section.

3. Sentence Improvement-Identify the correct options from (Sentence COrrection)


Reading Comprehension
  • The passage was asked on Economy.
  • 4 Synonym/Antonym based questions were asked with the comprehension.
Spotting Errors
  • A thorough study of grammar rules is essential to solving these questions.
  • Errors in 5 parts were given and one had to identify the parts in which there was no error
Sentence Improvement
  • A part of the certain sentence was given in bold and the students had to identify the correct options which could replace the bold part of the sentence.

Quantitative Aptitude Analysis for IBPS PO Prelims Exam

Total Number of Questions asked 35
Level of the section Moderate
Any Major/New Changes There were no questions asked from Quadratic Equations.

Topic-WiseQuestions Asked & Difficulty Level

Number Series

5 – Moderate

Quadratic Equation

Approximation

5 – Moderate

Data Interpretation

15 – Moderate

Miscellaneous (SI,CI, Speed &Time,

Profit and Loss, Time and Work,

Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.)

10 – Moderate

Total

35 – Moderate


Details of topics asked in Quantitative Aptitude section

The key topics for today’s IBPS PO Prelims exam’s Quantitative Aptitude section were:

Number Series:Basic arithmetic operations and combination questions, series completion.

Simplification/ Approximation: BODMAS based questions

Data Interpretation: A total of 2 sets were asked from this topic.

Miscellaneous Questions:Some bit calculative questions were asked in this.


Number Series
  • Questions were asked from basic arithmetic operations and their combination.
  • Following questions were asked:
    17,98,26,89,35,?
    2,17,89,359,1079,?
    3,5,15,45,113,?
    7,4.5,5.5,12,49,?
    3240,540,108,27,?,4.5
Simplification/ Approximation
  • BODMAS rules could be used to solve questions from this topic.
Data Interpretation
  • 2 sets were asked: a Line graph and a tabular graph was asked in this slot, with 6-7 questions in each.
  • Questions were simple and easily doable.
Miscellaneous Questions
  • This included questions from arithmetic problems like Age-based questions, partnership, profit & loss, time & work, mixture &alligation, simple & compound interest, time speed & distance, boats & streams, probability etc.
  • Some of the questions were a bit calculative.

Reasoning Ability Analysis for IBPS PO Prelims Exam

Total Number of Questions asked 35
Level of the section Moderate
Any Major/New Changes There were no major changes in this section.

Topic-WiseQuestions Asked & Difficulty Level

Sitting Arrangement

10 – Moderate

Puzzles

10 – Moderate

Miscellaneous

5 – Moderate

Syllogism

5 – Moderate

Inequality

5 – Moderate

Total

35 – Moderate


Details of topics asked in Reasoning section

The key topics for today’s IBPS PO Prelims exam’s Reasoning sectionwere:

Puzzles & Seating Arrangement:4 questions were asked

Inequality:Easy questions were asked comparatively

Syllogism:Old pattern questions were asked

Miscellaneous Questions:Questions from various topics.


Puzzles & Seating Arrangement
  • One question was asked from following:
    (a) Box-based puzzle
    (b) Ranking based puzzle
    (c) Scheduling based puzzle, with weekdays and colors as an additional attribute.
    (d) Linear puzzle with 5 people sitting in 2 rows
Inequality
  • Questions were asked from direct inequality.
  • All the questions were easily doable.
Syllogism
  • Questions were asked from the old pattern.
  • 3-4 questions were easily doable.
Miscellaneous Questions
  • This included questions from different topics like Blood Relations, Direction sense, Ranking etc.

Stay tuned for more updates on IBPS PO Prelims Exam Analysis 7th October 2017 Slot 1.

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IBPS PO PRELIMS EXAM DATE AND SHIFT TIMINGS 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Date and Shift Timings 2017- Get complete details of IBPS PO schedule, exam dates and shift timings

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Date and Shift Timings 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Date and Shift Timings 2017- IBPS PO is one of the most top-rated exams of all banking exams in India. IBPS PO is taken by huge number of banking aspirants all over India and due to huge number of population attempting this exam, this exam becomes one of the toughest exams to crack. IBPS PO, this year, has made some major changes, which is IBPS PO is going to follow the pattern of SBI PO from this year. For students to crack IBPS PO without any inconvenience, candidates need to be completely familiar with the IBPS PO exam date and shift timings.

This year onwards, IBPS has decided to incorporate total 155 questions under 3 hours of duration. Given below is a detailed structure of IBPS PO selection procedure-

IBPS PO Selection Procedure

The IBPS PO exam Selection Process consists of 3 phases which are given below –

i) Phase I – Online Preliminary Examination (Objective Test) – (No major changes from last year)

ii) Phase II – Online Mains Examination (Objective + Descriptive)- (Pattern changed)

iii) Phase III – Interview

IBPS PO Exam Pattern

The revised exam pattern is as follows-

This year, IBPS Prelims Pattern doesn’t have any major changes. Based on the IBPS PO notification, the examination will be on the similar lines with IBPS PO Prelims 2016 and SBI PO Prelims 2017. Whatever marks is secured by the candidate in the Phase I (Prelim Exam) will not be considered for the final selection. The IBPS PO Prelims exam is qualifying in nature.

The prelims exam of IBPS PO will have the following pattern –

S. No. Name of test Number of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1. English Language 30 30 1 hour (composite 60 minutes)
2. Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
3. Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100

IBPS PO Mains Exam Pattern

In the IBPS PO mains examination, the Objective Test is divided into 4 sections followed by a descriptive test. The IBPS PO mains exam pattern has changed from this year onwards. The revised pattern highlights are as follows –

  • Computer awareness section has been removed and Computer Aptitude section has been added to the Reasoning Ability section.
  • Quantitative Aptitude section is now called Data Interpretation & Analysis – Hence DI questions are expected to form a majority of this section.
  • The total questions in the exam have reduced to 155 from 200 last year. This is again on the lines of the SBI Exam.
  • The overall time of the objective exam has increased to 180 mins from 140 mins last year. This is again on the lines of the SBI Exam. With questions reduced and the time increase, the difficulty level of the questions is expected to go up.

New exam pattern of IBPS PO Mains exam has been provided below-

The mains of IBPS PO will have the following exam pattern –

S. No. Name of Test (Not by Sequence) Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time allotted for each section
1. Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 45 60 60 minutes
2. English Language 35 40 40 minutes
3. Data Interpretation & Analysis 35 60 45 minutes
4. General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness 40 40 35 minutes
Total 155 200 3 hours

S. No. Name of Test (Not by Sequence) Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time allotted for each section
1. Descriptive Test (English Language): Letter & Essay Writing) 2 50 30 minutes

IBPS PO Descriptive Test Syllabus

The IBPS PO descriptive test is a test which tests a candidate’s skill in descriptive test. In the descriptive test, it is expected that 1 essay and 1 letter questions will be asked. There should also be a practice of writing essays on all current topics preferably on a computer. So, all candidates are advised to practice questions to gain the required expertise.

  • IBPS PO Prelims Exam is of qualifying nature. Marks obtained in mains examination only will be counted for interview call. Final merit list will be made on the basis of total marks obtained in IBPS PO Mains exam & Interview.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in prelims & mains.
  • There will be sectional as well as over-all cut off in prelims & mains both.

IBPS PO Exam Date and Shift Timings

IBPS PO examination is one of the most awaited events of this year among all other bank exams. Let us now take a look at the IBPS PO exam dates and shift timings in detail-

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Date and Shift Timings:

Dates Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4
07th October 2017 1st slot (08:00am) 2nd slot (10:30am) 3rd slot (01:00pm) 4th slot (03:30pm)
08th October 2017 1st slot (08:00am) 2nd slot (10:30am) 3rd slot (01:00pm) 4th slot (03:30pm)
14th October 2017 1st slot (08:00am) 2nd slot (10:30am) 3rd slot (01:00pm) 4th slot (03:30pm)
15th October 2017 1st slot (08:00am) 2nd slot (10:30am) 3rd slot (01:00pm) 4th slot (03:30pm)

Stay tuned for more updates on IBPS PO exam date and shift timings. All the best!

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IBPS CLERK VS IBPS PO- A COMPARISON FOR THE BETTER CAREER OPTION

IBPS Clerk Vs IBPS PO

IBPS Clerk Vs IBPS PO- Choosing a good and career is one of the most crucial decisions for every student. If you are looking for a good career option, you will definitely look for an option with good growth, healthy work culture, decent pay and a good growth. But when you have options like IBPS PO and IBPC Clerk on the field, you will definitely get confused of which one to choose. Because both of them are among the most lucrative job options. So, on this note, let us help you make a right and fair decision with IBPS Clerk Vs IBPS PO- a comparison between two most popular job options which will help you to come up with a justified decision.

Let us brief up some of the important aspects to help you know which option is better-

Factors IBPS PO IBPS Clerk
Salary and Perks Higher Lower
Responsibilities Higher Lower
Promotions Higher Lower
Transfers High chances Less Chances

Let us now go through all the factors one-by-one in detail to figure out which is the best option-

IBPS PO Vs IBPS Clerk Roles and Responsibilities

The roles and responsibilities are all about the duties involved with the job post. Let us go through the roles and responsibilities of both the job posts-

IBPS PO-

  • Dealing with the customers
  • Marketing Services
  • Cashier
  • Reporting Reports

IBPS Clerk-

  • Handling deposit
  • Withdrawal cash
  • Payment clearance, Balance Record
  • Receipts collection
  • Ledger maintenance
  • Data entry works, etc.

IBPS PO Vs IBPS Clerk- Salary

Salary is one of the most important factors which every candidate looks out of. A job with a decent pay is what everyone of us seeks for. Let us find out which job option has the better pay scale among two of them-

IBPS PO–

IBPS PO Basic Pay – 23700

Bank PO Salary after revision will be anywhere between Rs.38,678 to Rs.41,899

Junior Management Grade – Scale I: Officer i.e. PO – Rs 38703/-

Middle Management Grade – Scale II: Manager – Rs 45950/-

Middle Management Grade – Scale III: Senior Manager – Rs. 51490/-

Senior Management Grade – Scale IV: Chief Manager – Rs. 59170/-

Senior Management Grade Scale V: Assistant General Manager – Rs. 66070/-

IBPS Clerk–

The salary of an IBPS Clerk Salary after revision will be somewhere between Rs.19472.22/- to Rs.19589.87/-

The initial salary is Rs. 7200/- and almost all commercial banks are giving allowances in exactly 2 increments of Rs. 400/-.

In this mean the total basic salary for newly joined clerk is of Rs. 8000/-.

Rs.19472.22/- to Rs.19589.87/-

Post revision, the In Hand Salary will increase from Rs. 21,339 to Rs. 23,117/-.

IBPS PO V/s IBPS Clerk- Career Growth

Growth is another important and unavoidable factor which is extremely important and should be considered.

IBPS PO–

A PO starts his career as a Junior Management Grade Services (JMGS) and then gets promoted to General Manager, a Director or even the Chairman of the Bank. The growth of IBPS PO is as follows-

Bank PO

Assistant Manager

Branch Manager

Chief Manager

AGM

DGM

CGM

GM

IBPS Clerk–

When a candidate joins any bank in the clerical cadre, you'll become an assistant manager too. =The time limit for this promotion varies from bank to bank.

In the clerical cadre, work pressure is relaxed and and employees aren't asked to put in extra hours. But when you consider the growth, it is relatively slow.

Clerk

Officer

Senior Officer

Assistant Manager

Manager

Senior Manager

Chief Manager

AGM

DGM

GM

ED

CMD

IBOS

IBPS Clerk Vs IBPS PO- Transfers

In case of IBPS PO, there are more chances of transfers as compared to IBPS Clerk. In case of IBPS Clerk, the number of transfers are less.

IBPS PO V/s IBPS Clerk- Structure

IBPS PO–

Th initial level of an IBPS PO job profile is Probationary Officer (PO). So, you will be have a probation period which will range to from approx. 1 to 2 years which will be called as your training period. During thisIn which Candidates learn basic and essential duties of a PO in the bank.

After completing your training period, next higher level of Middle Management Grade Scale II.

IBPS Clerk–

After a candidate gets selected in the post of IBPS Clerk candidates will undergo a training period. Gradually, you will be eligible for a promotional exam and when you clear this exam, you will become a Trainee Officer(TO).

We hope the above article on IBPS Clerk Vs IBPS PO gives you the correct enlightenment to make a wise decision. All the best!

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IBPS PO 2016 Final Cutoff Released

IBPS PO 2016 Final Cut Off 

IBPS conduced a common written examination for 8822 Probationary Officers/Management Trainee posts in 2016. The exam was held in three phases: Prelims, Mains and Interview/GD.

The institute of Banking Personnel Selection has declared the final cut off marks for IBPS CWE VI PO/MT exam. Maximum scores reached to 57.40 - UR(Un Reserved) Category.


 

View here IBPS CWE VI PO/MT Final Cut off

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IBPS PO, SO & Clerk 2016 Final Result : Reserve List

IBPS PO, SO & Clerk 2016 Reserve List

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will release the final result of mains exam and interview by today evening. IBPS will recruit 8822 vacancies.

In case two or more candidates have obtained the same score, IBPS will decide the merit order as per date of birth (the candidate senior in age is placed before/ above the candidate junior in age), as per the prevailing practice. The weightage of main exam and interview will be 80:20 respectively.

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Check Below the list of Shortlisted Candidates for IBPS PO, SO and Clerk 2016:

IBPS PO 2016 Reserve List : Check Now

IBPS SO 2016 Reserve List : Check Now

IBPS Clerk 2016 Reserve List : Check Now




The combined final score of candidates shall be arrived at on the basis of scores obtained by the candidates in the mains exam and interview. Final allotment of candidates will be done on the basis of ranks, post-preferences, and vacancies.


 

List of Participating Banks in IBPS Recruitment (PO, SO, Clerk) 2016:

Participating Banks Name

Allahabad Bank

Central Bank of India

Indian Overseas Bank

UCO Bank

Andhra Bank

Coporation Bank

Oriental Bank of Commerce

Union Bank of India

Bank of Baroda

Dena Bank

Punjab National Bank

United Bank of India

Bank of Maharashtra

IDBI Bank

Punjab & Sind Bank

Vijaya Bank

Canara Bank

Indian Bank

Syndicate Bank


 


We wish all the candidates best of luck!

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IBPS CWE- PO/ MT- VI 2016- 17: Interview Call Letters Released - Download now!

IBPS CWE- PO/ MT- VI 2016- 17: Interview Call Letters Released - Download now!

The Institute of Banking Personnel has released official notifications for call letters of IBPS CWE- PO/ MT- VI 2017 exam for the post of ‘Probationary Officer’. The students who have managed to clear the cut- off marks in the IBPS PO Mains 2017 will be eligible for the interview round. The IBPS PO Mains examination was held on 20th December 2016 and the notifications for the interview call letter is released in the month of January 2017.

                        Click Here to Download IBPS PO VI 2016 Call Letter

IBPS PO/MT-VI – Steps to Download the Call Letter for Interview

  • Please click on the link provided above.
  • Provide your credentials like Roll number/ Registration number and Password/ Date of Birth as per the call letter.
  • Cross verify your details and click on the button which says submit.

IBPS PO/MT-VI – Important Dates with Significance

Here are the important dates associated with IBPS PO VI exam 2016- 17 Call letter:

  • Call letter- Commencement: 17th January 2017
  • Call letter- Closure: 14th February 2017

The total number of vacancies available for IBPS PO 2016 are about 8822 posts.

We hope this notification on IBPS PO VI 2016 call letter is helpful. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!

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