IBPS Clerk 2024: Notification (OUT), 6128 Vacancy, Exam Date, Online Form, Syllabus & News

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Clerk Exam 2024 ( IBPS Clerk )

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Updated on Jul 5, 2024 15:27 IST

IBPS Clerk 2024: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) released the IBPS Clerk Notification 2024 on July 1, 2024. Along with the notification, IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024 was also released on the official website- ibps.in. Candidates can fill out the IBPS Clerk 2024 Application Form by registering on the official website from July 1 to 21, 2024. A total of 6128 IBPS Clerk Vacancies were announced along with the notification. IBPS Clerk 2024 Prelims Exam is scheduled to be conducted on August 24, 25, and 31, 2024, whereas the mains exam will be conducted on October 13, 2024

In 2022-23, a total of 6.59 lakh candidates had registered for the IBPS Clerk 2024 exam. Out of which, a total of 4.91 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.

IBPS Clerk exam is conducted every year to recruit eligible candidates for Clerical posts in the various public sector banks in the country. This is an excellent opportunity for candidates who wish to make their career in banking. To sail through the competition, candidates should be aware of important details such as the IBPS Clerk exam date, exam pattern, syllabus, selection process, and others.

Q:   When IBPS Clerk 2024 application form will be released?

A:

IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024 was released on July 1, 2024, along with the notification. Candidates can fill out the IBPS Clerk application form from July 1 to 21, 2024, by registering on the official website. Any graduate candidate can apply for IBPS Clerk exam. The application process comprises several stages such as registration, uploading the scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, previewing the application, uploading the left thumb impression and handwritten declaration. The application fees for the exam are INR 850 for General and OBC candidates and INR 175 for SC/ST/PWD categories.

 

Q:   When IBPS Clerk notification 2024 will be released?

A:

IBPS Clerk Notification 2024 was released by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) on July 1, 2024. The notification was released to select 6128 candidates for the post of Clerks in 11 participating banks. The selection process of IBPS Clerk comprises prelims and Mains exams. The final selection of candidates is done based on the Mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. The notification is released in PDF form and comprises the important details related to the exam.

 

Q:   When IBPS Clerk 2024 exam will be conducted?

A:

IBPS Clerk 2024 exam dates were announced through IBPS calendar. IBPS Clerk prelims exam will be conducted on August 24, 25 and 31, 2024. The Mains exam will be conducted on October 13, 2024. The prelims exam of IBPS Clerk is conducted for all the registered candidates. IBPS Clerk prelims exam is divided into three sections-Reasoning, Quant and English. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. The duration of the test is 60 minutes. The Mains exam of IBPS Clerk comprises four sections General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude, and Quantitative Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 200.

 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk salary?

A:

The public sector banks in India offer lucrative salaries to Clerical cadre posts along with various perks, incentives and benefits. Therefore, the in-hand salary of an IBPS Clerk may range between INR 28,000 to 30,000 per month. The following allowances are offered to IBPS Clerk: Dearness Allowance: This component is 4 per cent of the Basic Pay. DA depends on the CPI and is revised after every three months. House Rent Allowance: The HRA is dependent on the location of the posting. It is 8.5 per cent of the Basic Pay for Metro Cities, 7.5 per cent of the Basic Pay for cities having a population of more than 5 Lacs, and 6.5 per cent of the Basic Pay for other cities. Travel Allowance: The official tours and travels will be reimbursed by the bank. Medical Allowance: For IBPS Clerks, the amount is fixed at INR 2000. Medical allowance is provided once in a year. Special Allowance: For IBPS Clerk this amount is fixed at INR 4118.

 

What is IBPS Clerk Recruitment?

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts a common recruitment process (CRP) to recruit candidates for clerical cadre posts in public sector banks in India. The public sector banks use the scores of CRP to select candidates for their various branches. This is a good opportunity for candidates who are looking for a career in a nationalised bank. IBPS Clerk exam is conducted in two levels-preliminary and mains exams. Candidates selected through IBPS Clerk get a handsome salary package and other benefits. 

IBPS is an autonomous body that candidates the IBPS Clerk exam annually. IBPS makes arrangements for conducting the online prelims and mains exams, declaring the result, and informing the shortlisted candidates about their selection. 

Prospective candidates are required to apply online for IBPS Clerk after carefully reading the advertisement regarding the process of examinations and provisional allotment, eligibility criteria, online registration processes, payment of prescribed, application fee/ intimation charges, the pattern of examination, issuance of call letters, etc. and ensure that they fulfill the stipulated criteria and follow the prescribed processes.

Also Read: Private Sector Bank Recruitment in India

IBPS Clerk Bank Preference

The bank preference helps candidates choose to fill out the IBPS Clerk application form. To fill the bank preference, candidates need to know their home state, local or official languages, bank ranking, transfer policy, and other important details. A total of 11 public sector banks take part in the recruitment process. Following is the list of IBPS Clerk participating banks.

Bank Name Bank Name

Bank of Baroda

Canara Bank

Indian Overseas Bank

UCO Bank

Bank of India

Central Bank of India

Punjab National Bank

Union Bank of India

Bank of Maharashtra

Indian Bank

Punjab & Sind Bank

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NRA CET to Conduct IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam from 2024 Onwards

NRA CET will conduct IBPS Clerk prelims from 2024 onwards. Union Cabinet has formed the National Recruitment Agency (NRA) which has been entrusted with the responsibility of conducting the Common Eligibility Test (CET) for all the non-gazetted posts (Group B and C) in the banking exams. Going forward, the prelims exam for IBPS Clerk will be replaced by the National Recruitment Agency Common Eligibility Test or NRA CET. The scores obtained by candidates in NRA CET will be used for shortlisting candidates for further selection rounds. IBPS will conduct the mains exam.

Also Read: IBPS Clerk Calendar 2024

Q:   Which is better, an IBPS Clerk or a RRB PO?

A:
Both the IBPS Clerk and RRB PO positions have their own unique characteristics, and it ultimately depends on your individual career goals and preferences. An IBPS Clerk is a junior-level position in a bank and mainly deals with customer service, cash management and other administrative tasks. The job is considered to be a stepping stone to become a PO (Probationary Officer). On the other hand, an RRB PO (Regional Rural Bank Probationary Officer) is a higher-level position in a regional rural bank, where the main focus is on loan approvals, recovery of loans, and general banking operations. It's important to weigh the pros and cons of each position before making a decision. Both positions require a graduation degree and are subject to a competitive examination. It's also worth noting that the RRB PO position may have a higher salary and more responsibilities compared to the IBPS Clerk position. If you're looking for a job with a government bank, you can consider taking the IBPS Clerk or RRB PO examination. If you're looking for a job with a regional rural bank, you can consider taking the RRB PO examination.
 

Q:   How many candidates apply and appear for IBPS Clerk exam?

A:

IBPS Clerk exam is conducted for recruitment to the post of Clerks in the 11 participating banks. This is one of most sought-after banking exams in the country. The selection process of IBPS Clerk comprises prelims andMainsexams. The exam is conducted every year wherein large number of candidates appear in the exam. In 2022-23, a total of 6.95Lacscandidates had registered for the exam. Out of which, 4.91Lacscandidates had appeared for the exam. In 2021-22, a total of 8.49Lacscandidates had registered for the exam. Out of which, 5.94 candidates had appeared for the exam. 

 

Q:   What is the difference between IBPS PO and Clerk?

A:
The candidates who are looking for government bank jobs must go for Bank PO Recruitment or IBPS PO Recruitment. The official website has revealed the IBPS PO notification, those who are willing to get placed at the Bank PO position should start their exam preparation as soon as possible. The IBPS PO is conducted in two phases Prelim and Main. Those who appears in IBPS PO Prelim Exam and qualify it with good score will be eligible for the next phase that is Bank PO Exam Mains. The candidates who get shortlisted in PO Exam Main round will be applicable to appear in Interview round, which is the last and final stage of IBPS PO Recruitment. The final result of Bank PO Exams will be declared on the basis of candidates combined performance in IBPS PO main and interview session. Bank Clerk is the most responsible employee of the organisation, as he has many organizational roles and responsibilities that are to be fulfilled by him. So, the candidates who can handle their work very efficiently and are also interested in banking jobs, must go for IBPS Clerk Recruitment. IBPS Clerk exam is divided into two phases Prelim and Main exam. IBPS has decided not to take the Interview sessions for the clerk cadre posts. The candidates who qualify IBPS Clerk Prelim Exam will only be eligible to appear in the next phase of Clerk Recruitment that is IBPS Clerk Main Exam. And after completing both the online test rounds of Bank Clerk Exam, candidates are shortlisted based on the merit list of the marks obtained in main exam. The IBPS Clerk conducting body releases final result after having all the selection rounds completed. And the candidates who scores more than the cut off marks separately for each round are declared as IBPS Clerk Exam qualified.
 

Q:   Can IBPS Clerk become PO?

A:

IBPS Clerk cannot be internally recruited as a Probationary Officer since POs are directly recruited. However, clerks can shift to the officer cadre as TOs (Trainee Officers) or JMGS-1 (Junior Management Grade Officer Scale -1). Candidates are directly recruited as Clerks and Officers, after their respective exams and interviews.

 

IBPS Clerk Dates 2024

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of IBPS Clerk 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

01 Jul '24 -

21 Jul '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Application Form Submission

ONGOING

24 Aug '24 -

25 Aug '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Prelims Exam

31 Aug '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Prelims Exam

13 Oct '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Mains Exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

01 Jul '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Notification

IBPS Clerk 2024: Highlights

For more details on IBPS Clerk 2024 Recruitment, refer to the table below.

Exam Particulars Exam Details

Exam Name

IBPS Clerk 

Conducting Body

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection

Exam Level

National level

Exam Frequency

Annually

Mode of Exam

Online 

Total Registrations

6.59 lakh (In 2022-23)

Total Test Takers

4.91 lakh (In 2022-23)

Exam Fees

  • INR 850 for General and OBC
  • NR 175 for SC/ST/PWD 

Exam Duration

Prelims: 60 minutes

Mains: 160 minutes

No. of Papers and Total Marks

Prelims: Three (100 marks)

Mains: Four (200 marks)

Total Questions

Prelims: 100

Mains: 190

Marking Scheme

0.25 marks are deducted

Language/Medium of Exam

English, Hindi and 13 regional languages

Exam Purpose

To select candidates for the clerical cadre post

No. of Test Cities

Prelims: Around 200 cities

Mains: Around 80 cities

Official Website

www.ibps.in

Q:   How can I crack IBPS clerk exam?

A:

It is important for candidates to utilise the right resources to prepare for IBPS Clerk exam. The accurate preparation strategy helps candidates in moving ahead on the path to success. Candidates need to put in consistent and dedicated efforts to prepare for IBPS Clerk exam in the right direction. If candidates are preparing for the exam, it is essential for candidates to have an efficient study plan. This will help candidates to prepare in the best possible way. As this is a competitive exam, without study plan, candidates may struggle to clear the cutoff. The tips and tricks to prepare for the exam are given below:

  • For English Language, candidates can focus on the topics such as reading comprehension, cloze test, fillers, spotting errors, etc. Candidates can improve their comprehension by reading newspapers
  • For Reasoning Ability section, candidates must practice more questions on the topics such as puzzles, inequalities, syllogism, coding decoding, blood relations, seating arrangements
  • For Numerical Ability section, candidates must practice a variety of questions on different topics including simplification, number series, data interpretation, and quadratic equations.
  • Candidates must attempt mock tests inorder to identify the strengths and weaknesses
  • Candidates must focus on the important topics that carry higher weightage

 

 

Q:   Is there any interview for IBPS Clerk selection?

A:

There is no interview in IBPS Clerk exam. The selection process comprises two stages-prelims and Mains. Candidates qualifying the prelims exam are called for the Mains exam. The final selection of candidates is done based on the Mains exam. The marks obtained in the Mains exam are not counted for final selection. Allotment of candidates in the participating banks is done based on merit-cum-preference. The process of conducting interviews in Clerical level jobs was discontinued in 2015. The list of participating banks is given below:

  • Bank of Baroda
  • Canara Bank
  • Indian Overseas Bank
  • UCO Bank
  • Bank of India
  • Central Bank of India
  • Punjab National Bank
  • Union Bank of India
  • Bank of Maharashtra
  • Indian Bank
  • Punjab & Sind Bank
 

Q:   How many banks participate in the recruitment process of IBPS Clerk?

A:

A total of 11 public sector banks participate in the recruitment process of IBPS Clerk. The list of participating banks is given below 1) Bank of Baroda 2)Canara Bank 3) Indian Overseas Bank 4) UCO Bank 5)Bank of India 6) Central Bank of India 7) Punjab National Bank 8)Union Bank of India 9) Bank of Maharashtra 10) Indian Bank 11) PSB The selection process of IBPS Clerk comprises prelims and mains exams. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the merit list. The marks obtained in the mains exam are counted for the merit list. The prelims and mains exams are conducted online. The selection process is carried out by IBPS. However, joining letters and verification of eligibility is done by the participating banks.

 

Q:   Is IBPS Clerk conducted every year?

A:

IBPS Clerk exam is conducted every year by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. The exam is conducted to select candidates for Clerical cadre post. The selection process comprises prelims exam and Mains exam. The interview is not conducted for this post. The final selection of candidates is done based on the Mains exam. Candidates qualifying the recruitment exam will have to satisfy the eligibility criteria of the participating banks. There are 11 participating banks and allotment of candidates is done based on merit-cum-preference.

 

IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024

IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024 was released online on July 1, 2024, on the official website- ibps.in. The application process comprises several stages such as registration, uploading the scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, previewing the application form, uploading the scanned left thumb impression and handwritten declaration, pay the application fees and submitting the application form. The steps to fill out the application form are given below:

How to Apply Online for IBPS Clerk 2024?

To fill out the IBPS Clerk application form, candidates must follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • Visit the official website of IBPS to apply online for the IBPS Clerk 2024 exam
  • Click the 'IBPS Clerk Apply Online Link'
  • Register for IBPS Clerk 2024
  • After registering fill up the IBPS Clerk application form
  • Upload the photograph, signature, Left Thumb Impression and IBPS Clerk handwritten declaration
  • Pay the application fee according to the category
  • Take the printout of the application form

IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024 Direct Link- https://ibpsonline.ibps.in/crpcl14jun24/ 

How to fill out IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024?

IBPS Clerk Application Fees 2024

The online IBPS clerk form fees can be through Debit Cards (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets.

Category Application Fee (In INR)

SC/ST/PWD/EXSM candidates

175 (inclusive of GST)

Other candidates

850 (inclusive of GST)

IBPS Clerk Handwritten Declaration 2024

IBPS Clerk handwritten declarations are required to be uploaded by candidates while filling out the application form. The handwritten declaration is a text that candidates need to write in order to declare that the details provided in the application form are correct and valid. The text for the IBPS Clerk Handwritten Declaration is given below:

“I, _______ (Name of the candidate), declare that all the information submitted by me in the application form is correct, true and valid. I will present the supporting documents as and when required.”

Q:   How can I fill IBPS Clerk application form?

A:
You need to fill IBPS Clerk application form online only. The application process comprises various stages-registration, uploading the scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, previewing the application form, fee payment, and taking a printout of the application form. Candidates are not required to sent the hard copy of their application forms to the examination authority. Candidates are required to fill their application forms carefully as editing of details is not allowed after final submission of application form. The steps to fill the application form are given below: Visit the official website of IBPS New users need to register for the exam first To register for the exam, candidates need to fill details such as candidate's name, email ID, contact number, etc. After successful registration, registration ID and password are generated Candidates need to upload their scanned photographs and signatures Fill the basic details, personal details, communication details, educational qualification, etc. Select the preferences of banks Upload the scanned left thumb impression and handwritten declaration Preview the application form Pay the application fee Submit the application form
 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk handwritten declaration?

A:

IBPS Clerk handwritten declaration is a text which candidates need to upload while filling the application form. By uploading the handwritten declaration, candidates declare that the details provided in the application form are correct and valid. The text for the handwritten declaration is given below: The text for the handwritten declaration I, _______ (Name of the candidate), hereby declares that all the information submitted by me in the application form is correct, true and valid. I will present the supporting documents as and when required. Applicants need to write the IBPS Clerk handwritten declaration in English on white paper with black ink. The file of handwritten declaration should be in jpg/jpeg. The dimensions should be 800x400 pixels in 200 DPI. The file size should be 50 kb to 100 kb.

 

Q:   I am unable to upload the photograph and signature while filling IBPS Clerk application form. What to do?

A:
While, filling IBPS Clerk application form, candidates need to upload their photographs, signatures, handwritten declarations, left thumb impressions, etc. The documents should be uploaded as per the dimensions specified by the examination authority. Candidates must upload the photograph and signature in the prescribed format while filling IBPS Clerk application form. The size of the photograph should be between 20 kb to 50 kb and its dimension should be between 200 x 230 pixels. The size of the signature should between 10kb to 20kb and dimension should be between 140 x 60 pixels. The signature should not be in capital letters. It should be in appropriate size and clearly visible. Candidates must ensure that the size of the scanned image of photograph should not be more than 50 kb. If the size of the file is more than 50 kb then adjust the settings of the scanner such as the DPI resolution, no of colours, etc. during the process of scanning.
 

IBPS Clerk 2024 Notification

IBPS Clerk 2024 Notification was released on July 1, 2024, to fill up approximately 4000 vacancies. IBPS Clerk notification was released to select candidates for the post of Clerks in the public sector banks. Candidates aspiring to appear for IBPS Clerk should carefully go through the notification. It is important to understand the IBPS Clerk Notification PDF as it outlines all the important details regarding the exam. Candidates can check below the previous year's IBPS Clerk Notification PDF

IBPS Clerk 2024 Official Notification PDF: Download_Here 

Also Read: IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2024

Q:   Is the IBPS Clerk notification 2024 out?

A:

IBPS Clerk notification 2024 is expected to be released in July. Before the release of the detailed notification, the examination authority releases the short notification. The application form of IBPS Clerk is released after the detailed notification is published. Both the short notification and the detailed notification are released in the PDF form. The notification comprises the important details related to the exam such as the important dates, exam pattern, application process, eligibility, etc. Candidates must read the notification before applying for the exam. 

 

Q:   How many candidates apply and appear for IBPS Clerk exam?

A:

The table below highlights the number of candidates who registered and appeared in the IBPS Clerk exam in the last four years. 

YearNo.of candidates registered (In Lakh)No.of candidates appeared (In Lakh)
2022-236.594.91
2021-228.495.94
2020-217.415.08
2019-209.916.65
2018-1910.827.49
2017-1813.419.31
 

IBPS Clerk Eligibility Criteria 2024

IBPS Clerk Eligibility Criteria are given in the table below in terms of age and educational qualification:

IBPS Clerk Age Limit 

  • Candidates between 20 and 28 years old are eligible for the exam 
  • Relaxation in the upper age limit is provided to candidates belonging to reserved categories as per government rule

IBPS Clerk Qualification 

  • Candidates who have completed Graduation from any discipline can apply
  • Final year candidates are not allowed to appear for the exam

Computer Proficiency

Candidates must have an operating and working knowledge of computers. They must have either a Certificate/Diploma/Degree in computer operations/Language or have studied Computer/ Information Technology as one of the subjects in the High School/College/Institute

Proficiency in Local Language

Candidates must have proficiency in the Official Language of the State/ UT (candidates should know how to read/ write and speak the Official Language of the State/ UT) for which vacancies a candidate wishes to apply are preferable.

IBPS Clerk Exam Centres 

IBPS Clerk prelims exam is conducted in around 200 cities. The mains exam is conducted in around 80 cities. Candidates are required to select one exam centre each for prelims and mains exam while filling the application form.

Also Read: IBPS Clerk Exam Centres 

Q:   In an IBPS Clerk which type of computer Certificate is necessary?

A:

They participating banks do not look for any Computer Certificate. Only basic level questions are asked in the paper. Candidates need to prepare such questions. The banks provide training for basic skills after candidates get selected. But while filling form, candidates need to enter their knowledge of computer. MS office Certificate is enough to apply for IBPS Clerk exam. The eligibility criteria prescribed for IBPS Clerk exam is between 20 and 28 years. Relaxation in the upper age limit is provided to candidates belonging to reserved categories. Candidates who have completed graduation can apply for the exam. Final year graduation candidates can also apply for the exam. Candidates must have proficiency in the official language of the state/UT for which vacancies they wish to apply.

 

Q:   Can final year students apply for IBPS Clerk exam?

A:

Final-year students cannot apply for the IBPS Clerk Exam. Candidates need to have graduation mark sheet on the date of application. As per the notification, the minimum qualification require candidates to have a graduation degree or equivalent from a recognised university. Candidates between 20 and 28 Years can apply for the IBPS Clerk post. There are certain age relaxations given to candidates belonging to reserved categories. As per the official notification, Candidates belonging to some category are given age relaxation like SC/ST (predetermined caste/predetermined tribe) 5 years, OBC (another backward classes-non-cream tier) 3 years, Disabled (PwD) 10 years Former service staff, including Emergency Situation Officer (ECO)/Short Service Officer (SSCO). 

 

Q:   What is the educational qualification for IBPS Clerk?

A:

The educational qualification for IBPS Clerk is Graduation. Final year candidates are not allowed to appear for the exam. Candidates must have an operating and working knowledge of computers. They must have either a Certificate/Diploma/Degree in computer operations/Language or have studied Computer/Information Technology as one of the subjects in the High School/College/Institute. Candidates must have proficiency in the Official Language of the State/ UT (candidates should know how to read/ write and speak the Official Language of the State/ UT) for which vacancies a candidate wishes to apply for is preferable. Candidates must meet the educational qualification fixed by the examination authority for appearing in the exam.

 

Q:   I am in B.Com 3rd year. Am I eligible to give IBPS clerk exam? Can I prepare for IBPS exam in 2.5 months?

A:

Hello, Yes, you can take IBPS Bank Exams. To appear in the exam, you only need a graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized university. IBPS conducts four banking exams: IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB and IBPS SO Exam. Criteria to appear in these exams is different. IBPS Banking Exam are conducted separately for different posts in a bank. So, first visit the above mentioned to know the details. 

 

IBPS Clerk Vacancy 2024

IBPS Clerk Vacancy 2024 was announced along with the notification. The vacancies were announced for different states and categories. Selection of candidates is made as per the final vacancies. Candidates can check the IBPS Clerk Vacancy as announced by IBPS in the table below.

States Names SC ST OBC EWS General Total Vacancies 
Andaman & Nicobar -- -- -- -- 01 01
Andhra Pradesh 18 11 24 08 43 105
Arunachal Pradesh -- 03 -- -- 07 10
Assam 05 08 18 06 38 75
Bihar 35 01 63 23 115 237
Chandigarh 05 -- 09 03 22 39
Chhattisgarh 12 35 06 10 56 119
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman Diu -- -- -- -- 05 05
Delhi 36 19 72 25 116 268
Goa -- 03 04 03 25 35
Gujarat 15 33 61 22 105 236
Haryana 36 -- 49 18 87 190
Himachal Pradesh 17 02 12 06 30 67
Jammu & Kashmir 01 01 05 02 11 20
Jharkhand 07 16 08 06 33 70
Karnataka 75 39 108 44 191 457
Kerala 11 01 46 07 41 106
Ladakh -- -- -- -- 03 03
Lakshadweep -- -- -- -- -- 0
Madhya Pradesh 51 72 50 34 147 354
Maharashtra 60 50 158 57 265 590
Manipur -- 01 -- -- 05 06
Meghalaya -- 01 -- -- 02 03
Mizoram -- -- -- -- 03 03
Nagaland -- 01 -- -- 05 06
Odisha 16 21 13 08 49 107
Puducherry -- -- 01 -- 07 08
Punjab 124 -- 85 39 156 404
Rajasthan 33 26 40 20 86 205
Sikkim -- 01 01 -- 03 05
Tamil Nadu 143 03 177 57 285 665
Telangana 18 11 16 08 51 104
Tripura 02 04 -- 01 12 19
Uttar Pradesh 267 11 328 122 518 1246
Uttarakhand 04 -- 02 02 21 29
West Bengal 76 14 70 31 140 331
Total 1068 388 1426 562 2684 6128

Q:   How many IBPS Clerk vacancies were announced in 2022?

A:
A total of 6035 vacancies were announced for IBPS Clerk in 2022. The vacancies were announced state-wise and category-wise along with the notification. The highest number of vacancies were announced for Uttar Pradesh. Total 1089 vacancies were announced for this state.
 

Q:   How the candidates are selected against IBPS Clerk vacancies?

A:
The selection process of IBPS Clerk includes preliminary and Mains exams. The final selection is done based on the Mains exam. The prelims exam marks are not counted for the merit list. Candidates selected through IBPS Clerk exam will be recruited to the 11 participating public sector banks in India. Candidates can ace the exam with good preparation.
 

Q:   I got bank allotment through IBPS exam, but I did not receive any email/sms from the bank regarding the appointment. What to do?

A:
The role of IBPS comes to end after the provisional allotment. The offer of appointment is done by the bank/organisation to which candidates has been provisionally allotted. The candidates may contact the allottee bank for appointment. It is better to contact the allotted bank to know regarding the appointment.
 

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IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern is divided into two stages- prelims and mains. Both papers are conducted online. IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern for both stages is given below:

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern

The prelims exam for IBPS Clerk comprises questions from three sections. The duration of the exam is one hour and the total mark allotted to the paper is 100. The structure of the prelims exam is given below.

Sections No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration

English Language

30

30

20 minutes

Numerical Ability

35

35

20 minutes

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 minutes

Total

100

100

One hour

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Pattern

The mains exam for IBPS Clerk comprises questions from four sections. A total of 190 questions are asked in the exam which candidates need to complete within 160 minutes. The total marks allotted to the test are 200. The structure of the mains exam is given below.

Name of Tests No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration

Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

50

60

45 minutes

English Language

40

40

35 minutes

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

45 minutes

General/ Financial Awareness

50

50

35 minutes

Total

190

200

160 minutes

IBPS Clerk Marking Scheme

There is a penalty for wrong answers in both prelims and mains exams. 1/4 of marks are deducted as a penalty for wrong answers.

IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training

IBPS arranges pre-exam training for SC/ST/Religious Minority at certain centres as per the guidelines given by the Government of India. This training is made available to the candidates who apply during the time of registration process. In pre-exam training, candidates are briefed regarding the exam.

IBPS Clerk Exam Language

IBPS Clerk prelims and mains exams are conducted in 13 regional languages along with English & Hindi. The aim of the IBPS Clerk in regional languages is to promote uniform opportunities to the local youth for employment in the banking sector as well as connect with the customers through local/regional languages. The state-wise medium of language has been tabulated below.

State Name Version of tests (Medium of examination)

Andaman & Nicobar, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Ladakh, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Sikkim

English and Hindi

Andhra Pradesh

English, Hindi and Telugu

Assam

English, Hindi and Assamese

Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu

English. Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and Konkani

Goa

English, Hindi and Konkani

Gujarat

English, Hindi and Gujarati

Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh

English, Hindi and Urdu

Karnataka

English, Hindi, Kannada and Konkani

Kerala, Lakshadweep

English, Hindi and Malayalam

Maharashtra

English, Hindi, Marathi and Konkani

Manipur

English, Hindi and Manipuri

Odisha

English, Hindi and Odia

Puducherry

English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam

Punjab

English, Hindi and Punjabi

Tamil Nadu

English, Hindi and Tamil

Telangana

English, Hindi, Telugu and Urdu

Tripura, West Bengal

English, Hindi and Bengali

IBPS Clerk Mock Test

IBPS Clerk mock test is released by IBPS for candidates to understand the functionalities of an online test. Candidates can take the mock test by logging into their accounts using their user IDs and passwords. IBPS Clerk Mock tests are considered practice exams before candidates appear in the actual test. Candidates should attempt mock tests as it will help them to improve the speed and accuracy of solving questions.

Q:   What is the difference between IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk paper pattern?

A:

There is no difference between IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk exam pattern. The level of both exams is the same. The pattern of both the exams is divided into prelims and Mains. The prelims exam carries three sections-English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to the prelims exam are 100. The duration of the test is 60 minutes. The mains exam comprises four sections-General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude, and Quantitative Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the mains exam are 200. The duration of the test is 160 minutes. There is a difference in the difficulty levels. SBI Clerk exam is tougher than IBPS Clerk. 

 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk exam pattern?

A:

IBPS Clerk exam pattern is such that it comprises prelims and Mains exams. The both the stages of exams are conducted online. The final selection of candidates is done based on the Mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. The prelims exam comprises three sections and carries 100 marks. The Mains exam comprises four sections and carries 200 marks. The structure of the IBPS Clerk prelims and mains exams is given below.

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern

SectionsNo. of QuestionsTotal Marks

English Language

30

30

Numerical Ability

35

35

Reasoning Ability

35

35

Total

100

100

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Pattern 

SectionsNo. of questionsIbps clerk mains total marks

General/Financial Awareness

50

50

General English

40

40

Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

50

60

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

Total

190

200

 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk marking scheme?

A:

IBPS Clerk marking scheme is prescribed by the examination authority. For correct answer, one mark is awarded to candidates. For incorrect answers, 0.25 marks are awarded. The score is calculated based on the number of correct and incorrect answers. The marks obtained by candidates are normalised to calculate the scores. Candidates need to secure the desired marks to get selected for the post of Clerk in the public sector banks in India. The total marks allotted to the prelims exam are 100. The total marks allotted to the mains exam are 200. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. Only the marks scored in the mains exam are taken into consideration for the final merit list.

 

IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2024

The prelims exam comprises topics from English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The mains exam comprises topics from Reasoning & Computer Aptitude, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General/Financial Awareness. IBPS Clerk syllabus for prelims and mains exams is given below:

English Language: Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Fillers, Spotting Errors, Sentence Improvement, Fill in the Blanks, etc.

Numerical Ability: Number Series, Simplification/ Approximation, Quadratic Equations, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, etc.

Reasoning Ability: Puzzle and Arrangements, Inequality, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense and Order and Ranking, etc.

Computer Aptitude: History and Generation of Computers, Introduction to Computer Organisation, Computer Hardware and I/O Devices, Computer Languages, Basics of DBMS, Operating System, Internet, Computer Network & Security, Computer Memory, Computer Software, etc.

General Knowledge: Banking and Insurance Awareness, Financial Awareness, Current Affairs, Govt. Schemes and Policies, Static Awareness, etc.

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk Syllabus?

A:

IBPS Clerk syllabus is divided into prelims and Mains exams. The syllabus for the prelims exam comprises the topics such as English Numerical Ability, and Reasoning. IBPS Clerk Mains syllabus includes Quantitative Aptitude English Language, Reasoning Ability, Computer Aptitude, and General Awareness. It is important to prepare according to the syllabus as the questions in the exam are framed based on it. Candidates must be well-versed with the IBPS Clerk syllabus to know the important topics for the exam. The benefits of knowing the syllabus are given below:

  • IBPS Clerk syllabus outlines the topics that candidates need to prepare for the exam
  • Going through the syllabus candidates can know the topics that are important for the exam
  • Candidates can plan their preparation strategy based on the syllabus
 

Q:   What are the important topics for IBPS Clerk Reasoning section?

A:
In the Reasoning section of the IBPS Clerk exam, candidates need to focus on Seating Arrangements, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, etc. In the prelims exam, a total of 35 questions are asked and carries 35 marks. In the Mains exam, a total of 50 questions are asked and carries 60 marks. Candidates can prepare this section by referring to the previous years question papers and attempt mock tests. The tips and tricks to prepare for IBPS Clerk Reasoning section are given below: Go through the topics given in the IBPS Clerk syllabus for Reasoning Maximum questions in this section are asked from Data Interpretation and Puzzles Candidates should practice previous year question papers and sample papers to know the type of questions asked in the exam Candidates must take sectional mock test for Reasoning and analyse their performance in the mock test
 

Q:   Which are the important topics for IBPS PO General Knowledge section?

A:
The GK section carries questions from Current Affairs Monetary Plans, Indian Financial System, Introduction to National Institutions, Indian Banking System, Banking Terms. To prepare IBPS Clerk GK section, candidates should read newspapers and watch news channels. Candidates should prepare the Current Affairs of last one year or six months. Candidates should make notes of the currect affairs topics and revise them everyday. Candidates should not forget to study the static GK part such as the countries, their currencies and capital. Candidates can refer to the following books for IBPS Clerk Reasoning section: India Year Book by Publications Division Manorama Yearbook Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications
 

IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips 2024

Candidates should judiciously do IBPS Clerk preparation. They should be well-versed in the syllabus and exam pattern. Since the syllabus is vast, it is necessary to study regularly for the exam. Candidates must choose the right set of preparation books or study materials to clear the concepts. They must go through the previous years' question papers to know the types of questions asked in the exam and the difficulty level of the paper. It is also important to solve the sectional and full-length mock tests for the exam. Candidates can check below few tips and tricks to crack IBPS Clerk exam.

  • Candidates must be aware of the exam pattern and syllabus
  • To prepare for IBPS Clerk exam, candidates must refer to the best books
  • Candidates must register for various mock tests to improve their speed and accuracy
  • Candidates must solve sample papers to know the types of questions asked in the exam

IBPS Clerk Books

IBPS Clerk books are a great study resource for the exam. The best books for IBPS Clerk preparation help candidates to create a perfect strategy for the exam. The best books for the IBPS Clerk exam are given below:

Reasoning Ability

  • Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by R.S Agarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning by M.K.Pandey
  • A New Approach to Reasoning: Verbal and Non-Verbal by B.S.Sijwali and Indu Sijwali

Quantitative Aptitude

  • Quantitative Aptitude by R.S Agarwal
  • Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma
  • Objective Mathematics for Competitive Exams by Tarun Goyal

English Language

  • High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin
  • Objective General English by Arihant Publications
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis

Computer Aptitude

  • Banking & Computer Aptitude for IBPS Bank Clerk/PO Exams Paperback
  • Computer Knowledge by Disha Publication
  • Computer Awareness by Arihant Publication
  • Objective Computer Knowledge and Literacy by Kiran Publication

General Awareness

  • India Year Book
  • Manorama Yearbook
  • Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications
  • Lucent’s GK book

Also Read:

IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips

IBPS Clerk Books

Q:   Can I prepare for IBPS Clerk exam without coaching?

A:

Yes, candidates can prepare for IBPS Clerk exam without coaching. However, this will require dedication. Candidates need to go through the exam pattern and syllabus. Students should prepare a study plan and follow it dilligenty. They should practice previous years' question papers and sample papers. Mock test plays an important part in the exam preparation. Candidates must solve mock tests after revising the chapters. The tips and tricks to prepare for IBPS Clerk exam without coaching are given below:

  • Candidates need to first properly understand the syllabus to know the topics they need to cover for the exam
  • Candidates should also go through the exam pattern to know the overall structure of the exam
  • It is important to practice previous years' questions to know the types of questions asked in the exam
  • Candidates must prepare a study routine which focuses on each and every topic
 

Q:   I am a currently working. How should I plan my IBPS Clerk preparation?

A:
It is advised that you start preparation one year in advance. Take out atleast one or two hours daily for study. Do exhaustive study during weekend or holidays. First identify the important topics by analysing the previous years' question papers. Then start revising those topics. Make short notes of everything you learn as it will help in preparation. You should solve mock tests as much as possible to know the pattern of exam.
 

Q:   What is the ideal time for IBPS Clerk preparation?

A:

The ideal time for IBPS Clerk preparation is one year. However, many candidates have cracked the exam with six months of preparation. Candidates must prepare properly for the exam by following a study plan. The amount of time required to prepare for the IBPS clerk exam can vary depending on the individual. However, it is generally recommended to start preparing several months in advance to give yourself enough time to cover all of the necessary material and practice. Additionally, it is important to note that the IBPS clerk exam is a competitive exam, so it is important to be well-prepared in order to have the best chance of success.

 

IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2024

IBPS Clerk exam analysis highlights the overall and sectional difficulty levels, topic-wise distribution of questions, weightage of topics, etc. Candidates can check below the previous year's IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2023

According to the students, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult. The overall difficulty level of IBPS Clerk mains exam is given below:

Section Difficulty Level

General/ Financial Awareness

Moderate-Difficult

English Language

Moderate

Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

Moderate-Difficult

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate-Difficult

Overall

Moderate-Difficult

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis 2023

The overall difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate. The English Language section was easy, Reasoning Ability section was easy to moderate and Quants section was easy to moderate. Candidates can check below IBPS Clerk prelims analysis.

Q:   Is IBPS Clerk easy or tough?

A:
The overall difficulty level of the IBPS Clerk prelims exam was easy to moderate. The Quantitative Aptitude section was easy, English Language section was easy and Reasoning section was easy. The overall difficulty level of the IBPS Clerk Mains exam was moderate. The English language section was easy, Reasoning section was moderate, Quant section was moderate.
 

Q:   What are the important topics for IBPS Clerk exam?

A:
The important topics for IBPS Clerk exam are listed below: English Language: Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Fillers, Spotting Errors, Sentence Improvement, Fill in the Blanks, etc. Numerical Ability: Number Series, Simplification/ Approximation, Quadratic Equations, Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, etc. Reasoning Ability: Puzzle and Arrangements, Inequality, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction sense and Order and Ranking, etc. Computer Aptitude: History and Generation of Computers, Introduction to Computer Organisation, Computer Hardware and I/O Devices, Computer Languages, Basics of DBMS, Operating System, Internet, Computer Network & Security, Computer Memory, Computer Software, etc. General Knowledge: Banking and Insurance Awareness, Financial Awareness, Current Affairs government. Schemes and Policies, Static Awareness, etc.
 

IBPS Clerk 2024 Result

IBPS Clerk Result 2024 will be announced online in two phases-prelims and mains. To check the result, candidates need to log in with the registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. 

How to Download IBPS Clerk Result 2024?

The steps to download IBPS Clerk result are given below:

  • Visit the official website of IBPS
  • Click the 'IBPS Clerk result' link on the home page
  • On the login page, candidates need to enter the required credentials
  • IBPS Clerk mains result appears on the screen
  • Download the result and save it

Details in IBPS Clerk Result

The following details are mentioned on the IBPS Clerk result:

Name of the candidates

Roll number/registration number

Category

Marks scored in each section

Overall marks

IBPS Clerk cut off for each section

Overall cut-off marks

-

IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips by Topper

Go through the preparation tips shared by the IBPS Clerk topper.

IBPS Clerk Topper IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips

Adarsh Verma, cracked IBPS Clerk 2019 exam 

Aspirants should do smart work

Do not get demotivated if you are not able to crack the exam on the first attempt

Keep patience and prepare for the exam

Do hard work, practice regularly, and study proper

IBPS Clerk Scorecard 

IBPS Clerk scorecard is released online a few days after the declaration of the result. To download the scorecard, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number and date of birth. The hard copy of the scorecard is not sent to candidates by post. IBPS Clerk scorecard comprises the section-wise marks, overall marks, section-wise cut off, overall cut off, etc. 

IBPS Clerk Reserve List

IBPS Clerk reserve list is released on the official site for provisional allotment. The reserve list is disclosed by the concerned authority after the completion of the exam. The reserve list represents the names and roll numbers of the candidates selected for the exam. Vacancies are filled from the reserve list in case of non-joining of candidates in the bank.

What is IBPS Clerk Provisional Allotment?

The provisional allotment is done in the following manner:

  • The total marks allotted to the mains exam are 200. Marks are converted out of 100 for provisional allotment. Candidates should qualify in the online main exam and be sufficiently high in merit to be considered for the subsequent provisional allotment process
  • On completion of the mains exam, depending on the state/UT-wise vacancies to be filled in during the financial year 2023-24 based on the business needs of the participating banks, candidates shortlisted will be provisionally allotted to one of the participating banks based on merit-cum-preference
  • The provisional allotment is done on the basis of actual vacancies reported by the participating banks
  • Candidates belonging to the reserved category, selected on the basis of norms as applicable to the General Category will be treated at par with a General category candidate. Such own merit candidates belonging to reserved categories who are provisionally allotted under unreserved (General) category will not be adjusted against a reserved post. However, their original category as registered in the online registration will remain unchanged
  • The provisional allotment is subject to the candidate fulfilling the criteria for participating bank and identity verification to the satisfaction of the allotted bank. This does not constitute an offer of employment. Verification of documents with regard to eligibility criteria is carried out by the participating bank
  • The participating bank also ascertains Proficiency in the local language (reading, writing, and speaking) of the State/UT for the provisionally allotted candidates

Normalisation of Marks

Normalisation process is done to adjust the difficulty level of question papers across various shifts. Normalisation of marks is done using the equi-percentile method. As the exam is conducted in multiple sessions, the question papers are different for different sessions. The corrected scores obtained by each candidate in different sessions are normalised. Scores up to two decimal points are taken for the purpose of calculations. After normalisation, final scores are rounded off up to two decimal digits.

IBPS Clerk Tie-Breaking Policy

The tie-breaking policy is applied when two or more candidates secure the same score. The merit is decided as per the date of birth (Candidates senior in age are placed before/above those juniors in age). Candidates are provisionally allotted to any of the participating bank based on merit and verification of documents. 

Also Read: IBPS Clerk Scorecard 2024

Q:   How to download IBPS Clerk result?

A:

Do not worry if you forget the password while downloading IBPS Clerk result. You can retrieve the password by clicking the Forgot Password. Candidates need to enter certain details to retrieve the password. After resetting the password, candidates need to login with the new login credentials to check the result. Candidates should remember their passwords to check the result without any hassle. IBPS Clerk result is announced online on the official website. However, the direct link to check the result is provided on this page. The steps to check the result are provided below on this page:

  • Visit the official website of IBPS
  • Click the ‘IBPS Clerk result’ link on the page
  • Enter the registration number or roll number and date of birth or password
  • IBPS Clerk result status is displayed on the screen
  • Download the result and take its printout
 

Q:   What if I forget my password while downloading IBPS Clerk result?

A:

Do not worry if you forget the password while downloading IBPS Clerk result. You can retrieve the password by clicking the Forgot Password. Candidates need to enter certain details to retrieve the password. After resetting the password, candidates need to login with the new login credentials to check the result. Candidates should remember their passwords to check the result without any hassle. Candidates need to check their results online. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post. The result displays the qualifying status of candidates for the next round of selection process. The scorecard is released few days after the declaration of the result.

 

Q:   What if it is showing invalid login while checking IBPS Clerk result?

A:

The system shows invalid login if candidates enter their wrong credentials. To download IBPS Clerk result, enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. The result displays the qualifying status of candidates for the next round of selection process. The scorecard is released few days after the declaration of the result. The scorecard displays candidate’s name, roll number, date of birth, section-wise marks, overall marks, category-wise and state-wise cut off marks. IBPS Clerk result is announced on the official website. If the system is not taking the login details, candidates must wait for some time and then try logging with the required credentials.

 

IBPS Clerk Cutoff 2024

IBPS Clerk cutoff is released category-wise and state-wise. IBPS Clerk cutoff is applied to the total score and individual section. Candidates can check below the IBPS Clerk previous year's prelims cut off.

How to Download IBPS Clerk Cut off?

The steps to download IBPS Clerk cut off are given below:

  • Candidates need to visit the official website of IBPS
  • Go to the CRP Clerical tab on the home page
  • Click the IBPS Clerk cut off link 
  • IBPS Clerk cut off is displayed on the screen
  • Check the cutoff marks and download the PDF

Candidates can check below the previous years' IBPS Clerk cut off.

IBPS Clerk 2023 Mains Expected Cut off

Name of the State & UT IBPS Clerk Mains Expected Cut Off 2023 State wise (UR)-out of 200 (+/- 3 marks)

ANDHRA PRADESH

66

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

63

ASSAM

68

BIHAR

71

CHANDIGARH

72

CHHATTISGARH

69

DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI DAMAN & DIU

60

DELHI (NCT)

73

GOA

70

GUJARAT

72

HARYANA

73

HIMACHAL PRADESH

74

JAMMU & KASHMIR

75

JHARKHAND

76

KARNATAKA

72

KERALA

76

MADHYA PRADESH

64

MAHARASHTRA

74

MANIPUR

70

MEGHALAYA

72

MIZORAM

75

NAGALAND

70

ODISHA

76

PUDUCHERRY

76

PUNJAB

73

RAJASTHAN

77

SIKKIM

75

TAMIL NADU

69

TELANGANA

73

TRIPURA

68

UTTAR PRADESH

71

UTTARAKHAND

70

WEST BENGAL

70

IBPS Clerk 2023 Prelims Cut-off

States/UT General EWS/SC/OBC/ST

Andhra Pradesh

 

 

Assam

79 

 

Bihar

 

EWS- 78

Chhattisgarh

77

OBC- 77

Chandigarh

 

 

Delhi

 

EWS-78.5
OBC- 76

Gujarat

75.25

 

Goa

48.25

 

Himachal Pradesh

84 

 

Haryana

80.25 

 

J & K

85.25

 

Jharkhand

82.5

 

Kerala

 

 

Madhya Pradesh

78

 

Maharashtra

72.75

 

Manipur

 

 

Odisha

 

 

Punjab

81 

SC- 69

Rajasthan

82

 

Karnataka

75.75 

OBC- 75.75 

Telangana

 

 

Uttar Pradesh

79.25 

 

Uttarakhand

 

 

West Bengal

85.5

SC- 76.50 
EWS 79.5 
OBC 80

Tamil Nadu

 

 

Tripura

80

 

Sikkim

 

 

Lakshadweep

 

 

IBPS Clerk 2022 Prelims Cut-off

State/UT General EWS/SC/OBC/ST

Andhra Pradesh

76.5 

EWS- 76.5
OBC- 76.5

Assam

80.75

EWS-80.75
ST- 75.75

Bihar

87.75

OBC- 82.50
SC- 71.75

Chhattisgarh

81.25

 

Chandigarh

 

 

Delhi

84.50 

EWS- 84.25

Gujarat

81

OBC- 81
SC- 81

Goa

 

 

Himachal Pradesh

86.50

 

Haryana

85.5 

 

J & K

 

 

Jharkhand

84.75 

 

Kerala

85.5 

OBC- 85.5

Madhya Pradesh

85

OBC- 85

Maharashtra

75.5

SC- 75.50

Manipur

 

SC- 70 

Odisha

87.50

 

Punjab

83.25 

OBC- 80.25

Rajasthan

86.25

 

Karnataka

74.75

 

Telangana

 

OBC- 68.25

Uttar Pradesh

84 

OBC- 81.5
SC- 74.25

Uttarakhand

89.50

 

West Bengal

86

SC- 78.25
EWS- 82.50
ST- 70.50

Tamil Nadu

78

OBC- 78

Sikkim

 

 

Lakshadweep

 

ST- 43.5

IBPS Clerk Mains Cut off 2022

IBPS Clerk 2022 mains cut-off is given below category-wise and state-wise. The cut off of the mains exam are taken into consideration for preparation of the final merit list.

State/ UT SC ST OBC EWS UR

Andaman & Nicobar

NA

NA

NA

NA

40.63

Andhra Pradesh

48.75

36.25

47.13

41.63

61.13

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

37.75

NA

NA

41.75

Assam

40.63

41.00

44.13

43.00

52.88

Bihar

38.75

36.38

53.25

46.13

57.38

Chandigarh

37.50

NA

41.25

38.88

48.88

Chhattisgarh

41.88

40.38

40.50

41.75

52.38

Dadra Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu

NA

NA

28.00

NA

31.38

New Delhi

43.63

45.13

51.88

47.38

61.00

Goa

34.13

37.88

43.88

39.25

46.00

Gujrat

43.75

41.13

44.13

44.00

53.13

Haryana

44.38

NA

51.75

44.38

60.50

Himanchal Pradesh

44.13

37.75

49.13

43.25

54.63

Jammu & Kashmir

37.25

30.75

40.88

36.25

52.38

Jharkhand

34.13

42.50

43.88

43.63

51.13

Karnataka

42.13

41.63

44.13

44.00

63.00

Kerala

39.38

29.00

46.63

44.75

54.25

Ladakh

NA

NA

NA

NA

28.75

Lakshadweep

NA

NA

NA

NA

39.25

Madhya Pradesh

42.88

44.75

45.75

44.88

51.63

Maharashtra

45.50

39.13

51.38

45.38

57.88

Manipur

33.88

37.50

49.13

NA

50.25

Meghalaya

NA

NA

NA

NA

37.88

Mizoram

NA

NA

NA

NA

31.88

Nagaland

NA

36.38

NA

NA

41.75

Odisha

41.13

38.38

45.88

44.00

53.38

Puducherry

31.88

NA

41.38

31.88

44.38

Punjab

45.00

NA

45.75

51.63

54.13

Rajasthan

43.13

35.00

44.63

51.13

54.00

Sikkim

NA

32.63

38.25

NA

41.25

Tamil Nadu

46.25

36.13

48.63

45.50

54.75

Telangana

38.25

37.00

41.75

40.13

49.63

Tripura

46.25

38.13

NA

NA

45.50

Uttar Pradesh

44.50

52.75

47.63

45.13

57.75

Uttarakhand

38.63

39.88

39.88

41.88

52.25

West Bengal

47.25

40.13

46.88

45.75

58.50

IBPS Clerk 2021 Mains Cut off

States/UTs SC ST OBC EWS UR

Andaman & Nicobar

NA

NA

32.88

NA

30.75

Andhra Pradesh

29.38

21.38

35.38

31.13

35.63

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

17.63

NA

26.25

30.75

Assam

26.88

23.13

26.13

28.38

32

Bihar

22.38

27.38

33.88

36.68

37.63

Chandigarh

28.25

NA

32.50

35.63

38.63

Chattisgarh

23

16.25

33.63

29

33.50

Dadar & Nagar Haweli

NA

NA

NA

NA

30

Delhi

27.63

24.38

31.88

35.50

38.88

Daman & Diu

NA

NA

NA

NA

30

Goa

NA

20.13

31.25

30.38

32.13

Gujarat

26.63

19.50

29.38

31.75

35

Haryana

28.50

NA

31.38

35.75

39

Himachal Pradesh

27.50

30.13

30.25

37.63

40

Jammu & Kashmir

27.50

14

22.63

23.13

32

Jharkhand

20.38

18.13

32.38

30.88

35.88

Karnataka

27.88

20.88

32.88

30

33.50

Kerala

24.13

19.88

35.25

28.88

37.50

Ladakh

NA

29.88

NA

NA

24.50

Lakshadweep

NA

11

NA

NA

23.50

Madhya Pradesh

23.13

19.75

29.75

29.63

35.63

Maharashtra

31.13

20.25

33.13

31.50

34.38

Manipur

31.63

32.38

NA

NA

35.25

Meghalaya

NA

27.25

31.25

32

30.38

Mizoram

NA

23.13

NA

NA

19.50

Nagaland

NA

25.63

NA

24.13

29.38

Odisha

21.25

14.63

34.13

33.13

36.88

Puducherry

19.50

NA

30.88

23

30.75

Punjab

25

NA

30.25

34.13

38.50

Rajasthan

26.50

24.88

36.88

35.25

40

Sikkim

19.50

16.75

25.38

22.88

31

Tamil Nadu

25.13

14.38

36

19.88

36

Telangana

30.38

28.25

34.88

29.75

34.88

Tripura

26.13

14.75

NA

26.13

32.38

Uttar Pradesh

23.38

24.75

30.38

33.25

36.63

Uttarakhand

29.25

26.88

34.50

36.63

39.25

West Bengal

27

23.13

29.13

29.88

37.75

Q:   How is IBPS Clerk cut off calculated?

A:

IBPS Clerk cut off for the prelims exam is calculated out of 100. The Mains exam cut off is calculated after normalising the marks out of 100. The cut off is applied on overall/state-wise cutoff marks and sectional cut off. The overall cutoff is decided by the examination authority based on the total score of the exam. The overall cutoff is decided by the examination authority based on the total score of the exam. Candidates need to secure the section-wise and overall cut off marks in the exam. To qualify the exam, candidates need to secure the required cut off marks as per their category in the exam.

 

Q:   What are IBPS Clerk cut off marks?

A:

IBPS Clerk cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure inorder to qualify the exam. The cut off is applied on overall score and section-wise score. Based on the cut off marks, candidates are selected for the subsequent rounds of selection. IBPS Clerk cut off is released separely for the prelims and mains exams. Candidates need to secure the cut off marks at each stage of selection process. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off marks are declared qualified in the exam. IBPS Clerk cut off for the prelims exam are calculated out of 100 marks. The cut off for the mains exam are calculated out of 200 marks. 

 

Q:   What was IBPS Clerk prelims cut off 2022 for General category?

A:

IBPS Clerk cut off for the prelims exam are calculated out of 100 marks. Candidates qualifying the prelims exam are called for the mains exam. In 2022, IBPS Clerk cut off for Andhra Pradesh was 76.5 while the cut off for Assam was 80.75. IBPS Clerk cut off for Bihar was 87.75. The cut off for Chhattisgarh was 81.25. IBPS Clerk cut off for Delhi was 84.50. The cut off for Gujarat was 81. IBPS Clerk prelims cut off for Himachal Pradesh was 86.50. IBPS Clerk cut off for Haryana was 85.5. The cut off for Jharkhand was 84.75. IBPS Clerk cut off for Kerala was 85.5. IBPS Clerk cut off for Madhya Pradesh was 85. The cut off for Maharashtra was 75.5. The cut off for Odisha was 87.50. The cut off for Punjab was 83.25. IBPS Clerk cut off for Rajasthan was 86.25. The cut off for Karnataka was 74.75. IBPS Clerk cut off for Uttar Pradesh was 84. The cut off for Uttarakhand was 89.50. The cut off for  West Bengal was 86. The cut off for Tamil Nadu was 78.

 

IBPS Clerk Admit Card 2024

IBPS Clerk admit card 2024 will be released separately for prelims and mains exam. All registered candidates can download their admit cards by logging with registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. Candidates need to preserve their authenticated prelims admit cards as they will require them while appearing for the mains exam. IBPS Clerk admit card is an important document as it contains important details related to the exam. Candidates need to carry the printed copy of their admit card along with one photo-identity proof to the exam centre.

How to Download IBPS Clerk Admit Card?

Candidates need to download their admit cards online by following the steps given below:

  • Visit the official website of IBPS
  • Click the 'IBPS Clerk Admit Card' download link on the home page
  • In the login, candidates need to enter their registration number or roll number and date of birth or password
  • IBPS Clerk admit card appears on the screen
  • Download the admit card and take its printout

Details on IBPS Clerk Admit Card

The following details are mentioned on the admit card.

Name of candidates

Exam date

Duration of test

Registration number

Reporting time

Roll number/User ID

Scanned images of photograph & Signature

Space for signature & left thumb impression of candidates

Address of IBPS Clerk exam centre

Exam day guidelines

Space for invigilator's signature

Password

IBPS Clerk Exam Day Guidelines 

Few exam guidelines for the IBPS Clerk exam are given below:

  • Candidates are required to follow social distancing at the IBPS Clerk mains exam centre
  • Different reporting times are printed for a set of candidates to avoid overcrowding
  • Candidates are required to report at least 15 minutes before the reporting time
  • Wearing of the mask is compulsory
  • Candidates can carry personal hand sanitiser of 50ml
  • Candidates are required to carry admit card and photo-identity proof
  • Candidates are advised to carry their own water bottle
  • Candidates are required to download Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phones
  • Candidate's registration is done through photo capture
  • Rough sheets are kept at each candidate's desk. No additional rough sheets are provided to candidates
  • On completion of the exam, candidates are required to move out in an orderly manner
  • Admit card of prelims exam is not collected at the exam centre. However, it is duly authenticated/stamped by the exam centre staff. Candidates need to retain the admit card along with authenticated/ stamped copy of the ID proof safely.
  • Candidates need to bring one additional photograph (same as pasted by the candidate on admit card) along with the admit card and other requisite documents as per information provided in the information handout and admit card
  • Candidates are advised to retain eight copies of the same photograph that are uploaded at the time of the application for future requirement
  • Candidates must bring duly authenticated prelims admit card along with the photo ID proof, as well as the mains, admit card while appearing for the mains exam

Q:   How to download IBPS Clerk admit card?

A:
Candidates should download IBPS Clerk admit card in the latest version of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Firefox. The steps to download the admit card are given below: Visit the official website of IBPS Click the IBPS Clerk admit card' link on the home page On the login page, enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password IBPS Clerk admit card appears on the screen Download the admit card and take its printout.
 

Q:   What if IBPS Clerk admit card login page takes time to load?

A:
Due to the heavy load on the server, IBPS Clerk admit card login page takes time to load. Therefore, candidates are advised to keep patience and try to download their admit cards within a certain interval of time. Candidates need to download their admit cards online. The hard copy of IBPS Clerk admit card is not sent to any candidates. Candidates need to download the admit card by logging in with the required credentials.
 

Q:   My IBPS Clerk admit card is not issued. What should I do?

A:
If your IBPS Clerk admit card is not issued, you need to contact the examination authority. For evidence, provide your registration number and copy of the fee transaction receipt. If the admit card is lost then the examination authority does not issue duplicate IBPS Clerk admit card. Hence, it is the responsibility of candidates to keep the admit card safely till the completion of the exam.
 

IBPS Clerk Recruitment Process

IBPS Clerk selection process comprises two stages-prelims and mains exams. However, the recruitment process comprises several stages starting from the filling up of the application form till the declaration of provisional allotment/final result. The complete IBPS Clerk recruitment process is explained below:

Filling in the IBPS Clerk Application Form

IBPS Clerk application form is released online for candidates who wish to apply for the post of Probationary Officer. The application process comprises registration, uploading scanned photographs and signatures, filling the detailed application form, uploading left thumb impression & handwritten declaration and fee payment.

Release of IBPS Clerk Admit Card

IBPS Clerk admit card is released separately for prelims and mains exams. Candidates need to download their admit cards by logging with their registration number or roll number and date of birth or password.

Appearing in IBPS Clerk Exam

All registered candidates are first required to appear for the prelims exam. On the basis of candidates' performance in the prelims exam, they are called for the mains exam. The final selection of candidates is done based on the mains exam. 

Declaration of IBPS Clerk Result 

IBPS Clerk result is declared online separately for prelims and mains exams. To download the result, candidates need to enter their registration number or roll number and date of birth or password.

The infograph below highlights the entire recruitment process for IBPS Clerk.

IBPS Clerk Selection Process

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Q:   Is there any qualifying marks in the IBPS Clerk exam?

A:

The qualifying marks are calculated based on the following factors:

  • All the applicants who appear in the exam will be selected on the basis of qualifying marks and Cut off marks.
  • First of all, Cut Off marks are decided on the basis of your Region and Number of Vacancies available under it.
  • Second Factor affecting Cut Off is the highest Marks obtained by Candidate and Previous Cut Off Marks.
  • Moreover, Category of the applicant and number of posts available under that category are also considered while preparing the cut off
 

Q:   What are the stages included in the IBPS Clerk selection process?

A:

IBPS Clerk selection process comprises filling the application form, downloading the admit card, appearing in the exam, declaration of result and release of marksheet and final allotment. The online exam is conducted in two stages-prelims andMainsexams. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. Provisional allotment of candidates is done based on the marks obtained in theMainsexam. The provisional allotment of candidates is done based on merit-cum-preference. IBPS Clerk exam is conducted to select eligible candidates for the post of Clerk in the 11 participating banks. IBPS only conducts the prelims andMainsexams. The joining formalities are carried out by the participating banks.

 

Q:   When IBPS Clerk 2023 notification was released?

A:

IBPS Clerk short notification 2023 was released on June 27, 2023. The detailed notification was released on July 1, 2023. The notification comprises all the essential details pertaining to the exam. The candidates must be well-versed in all aspects of the exam. IBPS Clerk notification is released in PDF form on the official website. Candidates appearing for the IBPS Clerk 2023 exam should carefully go through the notification. It is crucial to understand the IBPS Clerk notification 2023 as it outlines all the important details regarding the exam. IBPS Clerk notification is released to select candidates for the post of Clerks in the various public sector banks in India. The selection process comprises prelims and mains exams. The final selection of candidates is done based on mains exam.

 

IBPS Clerk Salary

The initial IBPS Clerk salary is INR 28,000 to 30,000 per month. The starting basic salary is INR 19, 900 including dearness allowance, house rent allowance, medical allowance, and transport allowance.

IBPS Clerk Job Profile

The job profile of IBPS Clerk is given below:

  • Bank Clerks are responsible for the verification of various documents and proofs submitted by the customers
  • They are also responsible for bank cash, various important documents, etc.
  • Bank Clerks are also responsible for sanctioning withdrawals by the customers
  • Responsible for maintaining balance sheets, ledger, etc.
  • Resolve the issues faced by the customers
  • Issue demand drafts, the opening of bank accounts for customers, cash receipts, etc.
  • Provide guidance to customers related to various banking activities
  • Update the passbook of customers

IBPS Clerk Promotion

IBPS Clerk must serve for a period of two or three years to be eligible for promotion. Promotion is done in two ways-normal and merit based. The details are shared below:

  • Normal Process: Candidates should clear a written exam which is conducted internally. Candidates in this process does not require JAIIB and CAIIB Diploma
  • Merit Based Process: Candidates mandatorily require JAIIB and CAAIB Diploma from IIBF to become eligible for promotion. 
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Q:   Is IBPS Clerk a permanent job?

A:

IBPS Clerk is a permanent job. All candidates selected for IBPS Clerk exam will be on a probation period of six months. After this period, candidates are confirmed as permanent employees only after an assessment through a test or review of their performance in the probation period. Candidates for the post of IBPS Clerk is selected based on the performance in the Mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. IBPS Clerk prelims exam pattern is such that it is divided into three sections-Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language. The total marks allotted to the prelims exam are 100. The mains exam comprises General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude, and Quantitative Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 200.

 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk job profile?

A:

IBPS Clerk is an entry-level post. IBPS Clerk is a post that offers a lot of learning as well as opportunities. The job profile of IBPS Clerk is given below: Verification of various documents and proofs submitted by the customers Responsible for bank cash, various important documents, keys, etc. Sanctioning of withdrawals by the customers Maintaining the various documents of the bank, balance sheets, ledger, etc. Resolving the various issues of the customers Issuing of Demand Drafts (DDs), bank accounts for the customers, cash receipts, etc. Providing information about the latest schemes and government policies Providing guidance to customers relating to various banking activities Attending to treasury works Updating the passbooks of account holders Resolving queries of the customers Miscellaneous tasks.

 

Q:   What is the increment offered to IBPS Clerk?

A:
The initial basic pay of IBPS Clerk is INR 19,900 with a yearly increment of INR 1000 for three years. The basic pay of IBPS Clerk is INR 20,900 with a yearly increment of INR 1230 for the next three years. The basic pay of IBPS Clerk is INR 24,590 with a yearly increment of INR 1490 for the next four years. The basic pay is INR 30,550 with a yearly increment of INR 1730 for the next seven years. The basic pay of IBPS Clerk is INR 42,600 with a yearly increment of INR 3270 for the next year.
 

IBPS Clerk 2024 Exam FAQs

Candidates can check the IBPS Clerk 2024 FAQs below related to the application process, admit card, exam dates, selection process, salary, etc.

Q:   What are the best books for IBPS Clerk exam?

A:
The best books for IBPS Clerk exam are given below: English Language High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin Objective General English by Arihant Publications Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis Quantitative Aptitude Quantitative Aptitude by R S Agarwal Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma Objective Mathematics for Competitive Exams by Tarun Goal Fast Track Arithmetic by Rajesh Verma Reasoning Ability Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey A New Approach to Reasoning: Verbal and Non-Verbal by BS Sijwali and Indus Sijwali General and Financial Awareness India Year Book Manorama Yearbook Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications Lucent's GK book Computer Aptitude Banking & Computer Aptitude for IBPS Bank Clerk/PO Exams Paperback Computer Knowledge by Odisha Publication Computer Awareness by Arihant Publication Objective Computer Knowledge and Literacy by Kiran Publication.
 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk salary?

A:

The public sector banks in India offer lucrative salaries to Clerical cadre posts along with various perks, incentives and benefits. Therefore, the in-hand salary of an IBPS Clerk may range between INR 28,000 to 30,000 per month. The following allowances are offered to IBPS Clerk: Dearness Allowance: This component is 4 per cent of the Basic Pay. DA depends on the CPI and is revised after every three months. House Rent Allowance: The HRA is dependent on the location of the posting. It is 8.5 per cent of the Basic Pay for Metro Cities, 7.5 per cent of the Basic Pay for cities having a population of more than 5 Lacs, and 6.5 per cent of the Basic Pay for other cities. Travel Allowance: The official tours and travels will be reimbursed by the bank. Medical Allowance: For IBPS Clerks, the amount is fixed at INR 2000. Medical allowance is provided once in a year. Special Allowance: For IBPS Clerk this amount is fixed at INR 4118.

 

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IBPS Clerk exam centre details are mentioned in the admit card. To download the admit card, candidates need to enter the required credentials such as the registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. Candidates need to appear for the exam in the centre allotted them. They need to

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The list of IBPS Clerk exam centres is released along with the notification. Candidates need to select their preferred exam centres while filling the application form. One exam centre each can be selected for the prelims and Mains exams. IBPS Clerk exam centres are allotted to candidates based on th

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The table below highlights the number of candidates who registered and appeared in the IBPS Clerk exam in the last four years. 

YearNo.of candidates registered (In Lakh)No.of candidates appeared (In Lakh)
2022-236.594.91
2021-228.495.94
2020-217.415.08
2019-209.916.65
2018-1910.827.49
2017-1813.419.31

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Answered a month ago

IBPS Clerk notification 2024 is expected to be released in July. Before the release of the detailed notification, the examination authority releases the short notification. The application form of IBPS Clerk is released after the detailed notification is published. Both the short notification and th

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Answered 2 months ago

IBPS Clerk scorecard is released few days after the declaration of the result. The link to download the scorecard is made available on the official website. However, the direct link to download the scorecard will be provided on this page. To download the scorecard, candidates need to enter registrat

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IBPS Clerk prelims cut off announced in 2023 is given below.

States/UTGeneralEWS/SC/OBC/ST

Andhra Pradesh

 

 

Assam

79 

 

Bihar

 

EWS- 78

Chhattisgarh

77

OBC- 77

Chandigarh

 

 

Delhi

 

EWS-78.5
OBC- 76

Gujarat

75.25

 

Goa

48.25

 

Himachal Pradesh

84 

 

Haryana

80.25 

 

J & K

85.25

 

Jharkhand

82.5

 

Kerala

 

 

Madhya Pradesh

78

 

Maharashtra

72.75

 

Manipur

 

 

Odisha

 

 

Punjab

81 

SC- 69

Rajasthan

82

 

Karnataka

75.75 

OBC- 75.75 

Telangana

 

 

Uttar Pradesh

79.25 

 

Uttarakhand

 

 

West Bengal

85.5

SC- 76.50 
EWS 79.5 
OBC 80

Tamil Nadu

 

 

Tripura

80

 

Sikkim

 

 

Lakshadweep

 

 

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Around 5 Lacs candidates apply for the IBPS Clerk exam every year. The selection process consists of two stages prelims and Mains exams. The provisional allocation of candidates is based on the actual vacancies reported by the participating banks. Depending on the performance in the Mains exam, vaca

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IBPS Clerk cannot be internally recruited as a Probationary Officer since POs are directly recruited. However, clerks can shift to the officer cadre as TOs (Trainee Officers) or JMGS-1 (Junior Management Grade Officer Scale -1). Candidates are directly recruited as Clerks and Officers, after their r

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The category-wise and state-wise IBPS Clerk 2023 vacancies are given below..

State NameSCSTOBCEWSGeneralTotal Vacancies

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

0

0

0

0

01

01

ANDHRA PRADESH

11

04

20

07

35

77

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

0

02

0

0

05

07

ASSAM

05

09

20

08

37

79

BIHAR

32

01

56

21

100

210

CHANDIGARH

0

0

02

01

03

06

CHHATTISGARH

08

26

03

08

46

91

DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI DAMAN & DIU

0

0

01

0

07

08

DELHI (NCR)

35

17

67

23

108

250

GOA

0

03

06

03

30

42

GUJARAT

15

36

65

23

108

247

HARYANA

33

0

49

16

89

187

HIMACHAL PRADESH

19

03

16

08

36

82

JAMMU & KASHMIR

0

0

03

0

12

15

JHARKHAND

05

12

05

04

26

52

KARNATAKA

38

16

66

23

110

253

KERALA

04

0

13

05

30

52

LADAKH

0

0

0

0

0

00

LAKSHADWEEP

0

0

0

0

01

01

MADHYA PRADESH

59

80

59

39

173

410

MAHARASHTRA

51

46

141

51

241

530

MANIPUR

0

02

0

0

08

10

MEGHALAYA

0

0

0

0

01

01

MIZORAM

0

0

0

0

01

01

NAGALAND

0

01

0

0

02

03

ODISHA

08

12

06

06

35

67

PUDUCHERRY

0

0

0

0

01

01

PUNJAB

98

0

68

31

134

331

RAJASTHAN

29

21

34

16

76

176

SIKKIM

0

0

0

0

01

01

TAMIL NADU

53

02

76

28

132

291

TELANGANA

03

01

06

02

15

27

TRIPURA

01

04

0

01

09

15

UTTAR PRADESH

158

05

201

72

316

752

UTTRAKHAND

03

0

02

02

21

28

WEST BENGAL

53

10

51

23

104

241

Total

721

313

1036

421

2054

4545

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