IBPS Clerk 2022 Exam Date Out, Notification, Pattern & Salary

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Clerk Exam 2022 ( IBPS Clerk )

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Exam On: 28 Aug '22

Anangsha Patra

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Updated on Jun 21, 2022 15:26 IST

IBPS Clerk Exam Date 2022: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will release IBPS Clerk notification 2022 in July. The aspirants must prepare well for the IBPS Clerk exam to get recruited for the post of Clerk in the public sector banks in India. Candidates must be cognizant of all the parameters of IBPS Clerk 2022 exam to perform well in 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.

IBPS Clerk is a reputed and well paid job in the banking sector. Around 5 lakh candidates apply every year for IBPS Clerk exam. To sail through the competition, candidates should be aware of the important details such as IBPS Clerk exam date, exam pattern, syllabus, selection process and others.

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 its various branches. IBPS will be conducting IBPS Clerk CRP XII exam. This is a good opportunity for candidates who are looking for a career in a nationalised banks. IBPS Clerk exam is conducted in two levels-preliminary and mains exams. Candidates selected through IBPS Clerk 2022 will get a handsome salary package and other benefits. In 2020-21, a total of 7.41 lakh candidates had registered for the exam. 

IBPS is an autonomous body that candidates the IBPS Clerk exam annually. IBPS makes arrangements for conducting the online prelims and mains exams, declare the result and inform 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.declares

IBPS Clerk Participating Banks 

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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IBPS Clerk 2022 Exam Highlights

For more details on IBPS Clerk 2022 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

7.41 lakh (As per 2020-21 data)

Total Test Takers

5.08 lakh (As per 2020-21 data)

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

https://www.ibps.in/

Contact Details

1800 222 366, 1800 103 4566

IBPS Clerk 2022 Notification

IBPS Clerk 2022 notification has not been released yet. However, candidates aspiring to appear for IBPS Clerk 2022 should carefully go through the notification once it is published. It is important to understand IBPS Clerk notification PDF as it outlines all the important details regarding the exam. IBPS Clerk apply online link will be activated after the release of the official notification. According to IBPS Clerk 2022-23 calendar, the prelims exam of IBPS Clerk 2022 will be conducted on August 28, September 3 and 9. The mains exam will be conducted on October 8, 2022. The prelims exam will be conducted by IBPS only if CET is not held by NRA. In 2021, a total of 12,313 vacancies were announced. It is expected that this year the number of vacancies will be higher and candidates have the more chances of getting selected in the public sector banks. 

IBPS Clerk Notification 2022 download Direct Link (To Be Released)

NRA CET for IBPS Clerk

Union Cabinet has formed National Recruitment Agency (NRA) which have 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 of IBPS Clerk will be replaced by 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 rounds of selection. The mains exam will be conducted by IBPS.

IBPS Clerk Exam Date 2022 Out

Candidates can check in the table below the IBPS Clerk exam dates.

IBPS Clerk 2022 Events IBPS Clerk Exam Dates 2022 Salient Features 

Notification

July 2022

The notification will be released online in PDF form. The notification comprises every detail related to the exam.

Application form 

July 2022

Eligible candidates are required to fill the application form and pay the fees online.

Prelims admit card 

To be notified

 

The prelims admit card will be made available for candidates who will successfully submit their application forms.

Prelims exam

28-Aug-2022
03-Sep-2022
04-Sep-2022

The prelims exam will be conducted online for all the registered candidates in around 200 cities spread throughout the country.

Prelims result

To be notified

The prelims result will be announced online. Candidates are required to login with the desired credentials to check the result.

Prelims scorecard and cutoff

To be notified

The scorecard and cutoff marks will be released for candidates who will appear for the prelims exam.

Mains admit card 

To be notified

Admit card for the mains exam will be issued to the qualified candidates of prelims exam.

Mains exam

08-Oct-2022

The mains exam will be conducted for candidates who will qualify the prelims exam.

Provisional allotment

01-Apr-2023

The result for the provisional allotment will be announced based on the performance in the mains exam.

Stay tuned with RRB NTPC dates related to the release of notification, application form, dates, provisional allotment, admit card and many more.

IBPS Clerk 2022 Application Form 2022

IBPS Clerk application form 2022 will be released online after the notification is released on the official website-ibps.in. Candidates should fill the application form carefully after it is released, as any errors in the application form and other documents may result in the debarrment of candidature. Candidates must also ensure to check the eligibility criteria before filling IBPS Clerk application form 2022. 

How to Apply Online for IBPS Clerk 2022?

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

  • Visit the official website of IBPS to apply online for IBPS Clerk 2022 exam
  • Click the 'IBPS Clerk Apply Online Link'
  • Register for IBPS Clerk 2022
  • 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 printout of the application form

IBPS Clerk Application Fees

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 2022 Eligibility Criteria 

IBPS Clerk eligibility criteria is given in the table below in terms of age and educational qualification.

Parameters

Eligibility Criteria

Age limit 

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

Educational 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

Local Language Proficiency

Candidates must have proficiency in the official language of the state/UT for which they wish to apply

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 the application form till 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 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 registration number or roll number and date of birth or password.

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

IBPS Clerk Selection Process

IBPS Clerk Selection Process

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IBPS Clerk 2022 Exam Centres 

IBPS Clerk prelims exam will be conducted in around 200 cities. The mains exam will be conducted in around 80 cities. Candidates are required to select one exam centre each for prelims and mains exam while filling the application form. The list of IBPS Clerk exam centres are given below.

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IBPS 2022 Clerk Syllabus

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.

IBPS 2022 Clerk Exam Pattern

IBPS Clerk exam pattern is divided into two stages-prelims and mains. Both the papers are conducted online. The exam pattern for both stages is given below:

Prelims Exam: The prelims exam of 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

Mains Exam: The mains exam of IBPS Clerk comprises questions from four sections. Total 190 questions are asked in the exam which candidates need to complete within 160 minutes. 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

Penalty for wrong answers

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

IBPS Clerk Exam Language

IBPS Clerk prelims and mains exam will be conducted in 13 regional languages along with English & Hindi. The aim to conduct IBPS Clerk 2022 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, Sikkin, 

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 2022 Preparation Tips

Candidates should judiciously do IBPS Clerk 2022 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.

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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. 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 speed and accuracy of solving questions.

IBPS Clerk Admit Card 2022

IBPS Clerk admit card for the prelims exam is expected to be released in the second week of August.The admit card for the mains exam is expected to be released in the third week of September. Candidates will be able to download their IBPS Clerk admit cards till the day of the exam. To download the admit card, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. The hard copy of the admit card not sent to candidates by post. IBPS Clerk admit card is an important document and candidates should carry it along with one photo-identity proof.

IBPS Clerk Exam Day Guidelines 

Few exam guidelines for 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 atleast 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 are 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

IBPS Clerk Exam Analysis 2022

IBPS Clerk exam analysis 2022 will be provided separately for prelims and mains exams. 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 last year's exam analysis. 

IBPS Clerk 2021 Prelims Exam Analysis 

The overall difficulty level of IBPS Clerk prelims exam was moderate. The Quantitative Aptitude section was tough and time-consuming, English Language section was easy and Reasoning section was moderate.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Mains Exam Analysis 

The overall paper of IBPS Clerk mains exam last year was moderate in terms of difficulty level. The Reasoning section was moderate to difficult, Quantitative Aptitude was moderate, General/Financial Awareness was moderate and English Language was moderate. 

IBPS Clerk Result 2022

IBPS Clerk 2022 result will be announced separately for prelims. On the basis of the marks obtained in the prelims exam, candidates are shortlisted for the mains exam. The preliminary exam is qualifying in nature and marks obtained in this stage of exam are not counted for the final merit list. IBPS Clerk provisional allotment result/mains result is announced based on the marks obtained in the mains exam. The scores for the mains exam are normalised out of 100 to announce the final result. The provisional allotment of candidates are done based on merit-cum-preformance basis. 

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 properly

IBPS Clerk 2022 Cutoff

IBPS Clerk cut off is declared for prelims and mains exams. The cutoff is applied on the total score and individual section. Candidates can check below the previous year's IBPS Clerk cutoff for prelims and mains exams. 

IBPS Clerk Prelims Cutoff

IBPS Clerk prelims cutoff for the General Category is given below.

State Name General

Andhra Pradesh

71

Assam

68

Bihar

76

Chhattisgarh 

74

Chandigarh

62.75

Delhi

77.25

Gujarat

72

Goa

62.5 

Himachal Pradesh

78.50 

Haryana

78.50

J & K

72

Jharkhand

79.25

Kerala

78

Madhya Pradesh

77

Maharashtra 

70.25

Manipur

69.75

Odisha

77

Punjab

75.5

Rajasthan

81.50

Karnataka

67.25

Telangana

65.75

Uttar Pradesh

77

Uttarakhand

81.25

West Bengal

79

Tamil Nadu

67.75

Sikkim

59.25

IBPS Clerk Prelims Cutoff

IBPS Clerk prelims cutoff (maximum marks) for different categories calculated out of 100 marks is given below.

States/UTs SC ST OBC EWS UR

Andaman & Nicobar

NA

NA

32.88

NA

37.13

Andhra Pradesh

35.13

35.63

45.25

39.63

54.38

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

40.88

NA

26.25

36.63

Assam

35.13

33.88

42.50

35.13

44.88

Bihar

36.38

33.63

42.38

42

49.88

Chandigarh

33.63

NA

39.75

35.63

52.88

Chattisgarh

36.50

33.38

39.38

37.50

52

Dadar & Nagar Haweli, Daman & Diu

NA

NA

NA

NA

38.50

Delhi

41.50

38.25

47.13

46.75

56.63

Goa

NA

28.38

33

32.50

47.50

Gujarat

38.38

34

41.63

40.50

48.50

Haryana

43.50

NA

44

45.13

56.88

Himachal Pradesh

39.75

41.75

42.25

44.88

51.50

Jammu & Kashmir

35

26.13

32.50

30.25

48.13

Jharkhand

34

38

43.38

45.50

50.25

Karnataka

37.38

33.50

40.13

35.75

52.88

Kerala

34.25

21.75

43.38

43.13

51.88

Ladakh

NA

31.25

NA

NA

36.13

Lakshadweep

NA

17.13

NA

NA

28.75

Madhya Pradesh

43.25

40.88

43.38

44.75

52.75

Maharashtra

43.50

35

46.63

44

54.50

Manipur

31.63

34

NA

NA

40.38

Meghalaya

NA

31.63

31.25

32

38.63

Mizoram

NA

31.38

NA

NA

28.13

Nagaland

NA

32.38

NA

26.50

33.25

Odisha

36.75

36.50

45

44.88

50.38

Puducherry

33.13

NA

35.25

30.50

44.88

Punjab

45

NA

45.38

50.75

55.13

Rajasthan

45.75

35

43.75

41.75

49.75

Sikkim

23.50

24.50

33.88

28.25

40.25

Tamil Nadu

41.38

32.75

47.63

40

54.13

Telangana

38.25

35.63

41.50

38.50

53.38

Tripura

31.50

27.25

NA

33.38

42.25

Uttar Pradesh

44.25

37.88

44.13

47.38

54.38

Uttarakhand

42.13

38.38

41.63

44.25

48.88

West Bengal

43

36.50

42.88

47.13

55.13

IBPS Clerk Vacancies

IBPS Clerk 2022 vacancies will be announced along with the notification. IBPS releases vacancies for different states and categories. Selection of candidates will be done as per the final vacancies. In 2021, a total of 12,313 vacancies were announced. IBPS Clerk vacancies are given below.

State Name General SC ST OBC EWS Total Vacancies

Andaman & Nicobar

06

0

0

01

0

07

Andhra Pradesh

296

37

30

58

72

493

Arunachal Pradesh

11

00

07

00

01

19

Assam

208

35

56

123

42

464

Bihar

196

73

03

130

42

444

Chandigarh

18

03

0

11

01

33

Chhattisgarh

108

19

50

08

14

199

Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu

03

0

0

0

0

03

Delhi (NCR)

241

51

42

137

46

517

Goa

38

01

16

04

07

66

Gujarat

268

33

85

147

53

586

Haryana

120

23

00

44

23

210

Himachal Pradesh

65

31

08

33

14

151

Jammu & Kashmir

57

09

14

27

14

121

Jharkhand

109

34

51

20

15

229

Karnataka

288

57

47

124

69

585

Kerala

146

21

02

56

22

247

Ladakh

07

02

0

0

0

09

Lakshadweep

03

0

02

0

0

05

Madhya Pradesh

363

122

157

120

72

834

Maharashtra

714

125

139

237

124

1339

Manipur

11

02

03

00

00

15

Meghalaya

09

0

04

01

01

15

Mizoram

09

0

06

00

01

16

Nagaland

08

0

14

0

02

24

Odisha

183

71

79

50

49

432

Puducherry

34

06

0

12

03

55

Punjab

270

163

0

117

60

610

Rajasthan

79

42

19

49

21

210

Sikkim

13

02

05

08

02

30

Tamil Nadu

642

211

11

300

128

1292

Telangana

234

29

20

51

57

391

Tripura

31

08

17

0

05

61

Uttar Pradesh

735

359

19

442

177

1732

Uttrakhand

42

12

04

13

07

78

West Bengal

315

191

36

174

75

791

total

5880

1772

946

2497

1219

12,313

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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.

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IBPS Clerk: Statistics of Registered Vs Appeared 

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

Year No.of candidates registered (In Lakh) No.of candidates appeared (In Lakh)
2020-21 7.41 5.08
2019-20 9.91 6.65
2018-19 10.82 7.49
2017-18 13.41 9.31

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IBPS Clerk 2022 FAQs

Q: When IBPS Clerk 2022 notification will be released?

A: IBPS Clerk 2022 notification for CRP Clerk-XII is expected to be released in July.

Q: When IBPS Clerk 2022 prelims exam will be conducted?

A: IBPS Clerk 2022 prelims exam will be conducted on August 28, September 3, and 9.

Q: When IBPS Clerk 2022 mains exam will be conducted?

A: The mains exam for all the qualified candidates of the prelims exam will be conducted on October 8, 2022.

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.

Q: What is the age limit to apply for IBPS Clerk exam?

A: The age limit to apply for IBPS Clerk exam is between 20 and 28 years.

Q: In how many language IBPS Clerk 2022 exam be conducted?

A: IBPS Clerk 2022 will be conducted in 13 regional languages along with English & Hindi.

Q: Is IBPS Clerk exam tough?

A: No, it is not tough to crack IBPS Clerk exam if candidates have prepared well.

Q: How many times can I give IBPS Clerk exam?

A: There is no limit to the number of attempts in IBPS Clerk exam. Candidates who fulfil the age limit prescribed by the examination authority can apply for the exam.

Q: Is graduation necessary to become IBPS Clerk?

A: Yes, graduation is necessary to apply for IBPS Clerk. The final year graduation candidates are not allowed to appear for the exam.

Q: What is the pass mark for IBPS Clerk?

A: The qualifying marks are prescribed by the examination authority for preliminary and mains exams of IBPS Clerk. Candidates are required to secure the minimum qualifying marks to qualify for both exams.

Q: Is computer knowledge necessary for IBPS Clerk?

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

Q: Do the marks of the IBPS Clerk preliminary exam count for the preparation of the final merit list?

A: No, the marks of the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. The final IBPS Clerk result is announced based on the performance of candidates in the mains exam.

Q: How is the IBPS Clerk cutoff calculated?

A: IBPS Clerk cut off is different for different categories. The cut off is calculated separately for preliminary and mains exams based on factors like difficulty level of exam, the number of test-takers, vacancies etc.  

Q: What is the level of IBPS Clerk syllabus?

A: The level of IBPS Clerk syllabus is of high school and Graduation levels.

IBPS Clerk 2022 Contact Information

Address

IBPS
IBPS House, 90 feet, DP Road
Near Thakur Polytechnic
Off. Western Express Highway, PB No. 8587
Kandivali (E), Mumbai 400101

Phone Number

1800 222 366, 1800 103 4566 (available from 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM on all working days)

Fax

91-22-2854 2076

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