IBPS Clerk Apply Online 2023: How to Fill SBI Clerk Application Form

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

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Anangsha PatraDeputy Manager – Editorial

Updated on Nov 16, 2022 17:20 IST

IBPS Clerk Apply Online 2023:The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is expected to release IBPS Clerk application form 2023 online in July 2023. Interested candidates need to submit their application forms within the deadline prescribed by the examination authority. IBPS Clerk apply online link will be activated on the official website. However, the direct link to fill the application form will be provided on this page. The application fees for IBPS Clerk 2023 are INR 850 for General and OBC candidates and INR 175 for SC/ST/PWD categories. Candidates can also fill their IBPS Clerk application forms through their smartphones. Read below for more details on the IBPS Clerk application form 2023, including important dates, how to apply online, and many more.

IBPS Clerk Apply Online

IBPS Clerk apply online link will be activated in July 2023. A Common Recruitment Process (CRP) is conducted by the IBPS for Clerical Cadre Posts under various banks in India. IBPS Clerk is conducted in 13 regional languages including Hindi & English. IBPS Clerk is golden opportunity for the banking aspirants who wants to join as Clerks in the public sector bank. Shortlisting of candidates for IBPS Clerk is done based on prelims and mains exams. According to IBPS Clerk eligibility criteria, any graduate candidate between 20 and 28 years can apply for the exam.

IBPS Clerk Application Dates 2023 (Tentative)

Check below IBPS Clerk dates 2023 related to the registration process. 

IBPS Clerk 2023 Application Form Events IBPS Clerk 2023 Application Form Dates

Release of application form 

July 2023

Last date of application 

July 2023

Fee payment process 

July 2023

Editing of application form 

July 2023

How to fill IBPS Clerk Application Form 2023?

Candidates should follow the steps below to fill the application form:

Documents Required for IBPS Clerk 2023 Apply Online

  •  Scanned photograph and signature
  •  Left thumb impression (LTI)
  •  Bank details for online transaction
  •  Valid email ID
  •  Handwritten declaration

Step 1: IBPS Clerk Online Registration

  • Visit the official website
  • Select the option 'IBPS Clerk apply online' on the home page of IBPS 
  • To register, click ‘New Registration’ link
  • Enter the details such as post name, name, mobile number, email ID, and security code
  • After successful completion, the registration number and password of IBPS Clerk are generated
  • Candidates receive the registration number and password on their registered email ID and mobile number

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Step 2: Upload Photograph & Signature

In the next step, candidates are required to upload the scanned images of photograph and signature. The specifications for uploading the photograph and signature are given below.

Parameters Size Dimensions

Photograph

20kb to 50 kb

200 x 230 pixels

Signature

10kb to 20kb

140 x 60 pixels

Step 3: Entering Details

In this part, candidates are required to enter their educational qualification, select IBPS Clerk exam centres, choices of participating banks, languages, etc. The screenshot of this page is given below:

 

Step 4: Previewing IBPS Clerk Application Form

Before final submission, candidates should preview their IBPS Clerk application forms. In case candidates come across any mismatch in the details, they should correct those errors before final submission. After final submission of application form, candidates are not allowed to make changes in the details. Candidates should also agree to the terms and conditions by clicking the required check boxes and submit the application form.

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Step 5: Uploading Left Thumb Impression and Handwritten Declaration

Candidates must upload their left thumb impression and handwritten declaration as per the specifications given below.

Parameters Size Dimensions

LTI

20 KB to 50 KB

240 x 240 pixels

Handwritten declaration

50 KB to 100 KB

800 x 400 pixels

Step 4: Fee payment

The payment can be done by using debit cards/credit cards, internet banking, IMPS, cash cards/mobile wallets. The fee structure is given below.

Category Fee  (In INR)

SC/ST/PWD/EXSM candidates

175

Others

850

On successful completion of the transaction, an e-receipt is generated. Candidates can take a printout of the e-receipt and online IBPS Clerk application form.

How to fill IBPS Clerk Application Form Using Smartphones?

The steps to fill IBPS Clerk application form using smartphones are given below:

  • Visit the official website
  • Click on the application form link
  • Candidates receive a message, 'The website is viewable only in landscape mode'
  • Switch to 'Desktop site'
  • The option to change the site is available in the browser
  • Candidates can also set their screens in auto-rotation mode
  • This enables the landscape mode
  • The application forms appear the same as they appear on desktop
  • Fill and submit the application forms

IBPS Clerk Handwritten Declaration 

While filling IBPS Clerk application form, candidates need to upload IBPS Clerk handwritten declaration. By uploading the handwritten declaration, candidates declares that the details furnished in the application form are correct and valid. The text for 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.”

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Watch how to fill IBPS Clerk Application Form Video

The video below will guide candidates in filling IBPS Clerk application form successfully:

IBPS Clerk Application Form: Important Points

Few important points related to IBPS Clerk application form are given below:

  • Only online applications are accepted for the IBPS Clerk recruitment exam
  • If the online transaction is incomplete, candidates are advised to login and pay the fees again
  • IBPS Clerk application form without the passport-size photograph, signature, and fee is not considered valid
  • Before filling the application form, candidates must ensure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria, which is Graduation
  • Providing Aadhaar number is optional
  • Candidates should not submit more than one IBPS Clerk application form

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IBPS Clerk Apply Online 2023 FAQs

Q: When will IBPS Clerk application form 2023 be released?

A: IBPS Clerk application form 2023 will be released in July 2023.

Q. How can I fill IBPS Clerk application form?

A. You need to fill IBPS Clerk application form online only.

Q. Can I change the details entered into the IBPS Clerk application form after the final submission?

A. No, candidates are not allowed to change the details entered in the IBPS Clerk application form after final submission. 

Q. What if I submit more than one IBPS Clerk application form?

A. Candidates are advised not to submit more than one IBPS Clerk application form. In the case of multiple applications, only the latest application was considered.

Q. What documents should I upload at the time of IBPS Clerk application?

A. While, filling IBPS Clerk application form, candidates need to upload their photographs, signatures, handwritten declarations, left thumb impressions, etc. 

Q. I have made a mistake in IBPS Clerk application form. What to do?

A. After the final submission of IBPS Clerk application form, candidates cannot edit the application form. 

Q. When will I get the IBPS Clerk registration number and password?

A. IBPS Clerk registration number and password are provided after a successful registration.  

Q. What is the age limit for IBPS Clerk?

A. The age limit for applying to IBPS Clerk recruitment is between 20 and 28 years.

Q. Is there any provision to apply offline for IBPS Clerk?

A. No, there is no facility to apply offline for IBPS Clerk recruitment.

Q. What is the educational qualification for IBPS Clerk?

A. The educational qualification for IBPS Clerk is Graduation. 

Q. Can I save IBPS Clerk application form to fill later?

A. Yes, if candidates are unable to fill the IBPS Clerk application form at one go, they can save the same to complete it later. 

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

A. Candidates must upload the photograph and signature in the prescribed format while filling IBPS Clerk application form.

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What is the syllabus for IBPS Clerk?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

a month ago

The IBPS Clerk Exam is conducted for clerical level posts in 11 Indian public sector banks. The subject-wise syllabus of the IBPS Clerk exam is as follows:1. English Syllabus: This section includes topics in vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. The questions are about synonyms, antonyms, corr...The IBPS Clerk Exam is conducted for clerical level posts in 11 Indian public sector banks. The subject-wise syllabus of the IBPS Clerk exam is as follows:
1. English Syllabus: This section includes topics in vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. The questions are about synonyms, antonyms, correct spelling, and word formation in vocabulary. The basic questions like "spotting errors, " "direct and indirect speech, " and "active and passive voice" are asked in the grammar part.
2. Reasoning: The reasoning syllabus is vast and divided into verbal and nonverbal reasoning. It covers questions of analogy, syllogism, statement, argument, coding-decoding, blood relations, series test number, direction, ranking, and time sequence. The topics include series tests, figuring out odd numbers, and analogy questions.
3. Quantitative Aptitude syllabus: This section covers basic topics in math, including mixture and allegation, percentages, clocks, volume and surface area, time and work, speed, elements of Algebra profit and loss, permutations and combinations, etc.
4. Computer Knowledge: It covers questions on the basics of hardware and software, the Windows operating system, Internet terms, the basic functionalities of MS-Office, networking and communication, etc.
5. General Knowledge Syllabus: Current Affairs and banking-related general knowledge topics are included in this section. You can SEE the detailed syllabus on this page of Shiksha: https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ibps-clerk-exam-syllabus.

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Manav Kishore

Contributor-Level 7

a month ago

IBPS Clerk Syllabus for Prelims and Mains Exam :-The major three sections which a candidate needs to focus on are:ReasoningQuantitative AptitudeEnglish LanguageThe exam pattern of IBPS Clerk prelims exam 2022 is given below:-1. English language Total number of question -30Maximum marks -30Duratio...IBPS Clerk Syllabus for Prelims and Mains Exam :-
The major three sections which a candidate needs to focus on are:
Reasoning
Quantitative Aptitude
English Language
The exam pattern of IBPS Clerk prelims exam 2022 is given below:-
1. English language
Total number of question -30
Maximum marks -30
Duration - 20 mins
2. Numerical ability
Total number of questions - 35
Maximum marks - 35
Duration - 20 mins
3. Reasoning ability
Total number of questions -35
Maximum marks -35
Duration -20 mins
Total questions -100
Total marks -100
Total time -1 hour
Candidates have to qualify in each of the three tests by securing cut-off marks to be decided by IBPS. An adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by IBPS depending upon requirements will be shortlisted for the Online Main examination.
And if the candidate clear prelims he have to appear for the mains.
In which the total number of questions are 190 , maximum marks -160 and total duration of 160 mins.
The full syllabus is given below:-
English Language
1.Vocabulary/Grammar
2.Homonyms
3.Antonyms
4.Synonyms
5.Word Formation
6.Spelling
7.Spotting Errors
8.Phrases and idioms
9.Direct and Indirect speech
10.Active/ Passive voice
Reasoning ability
1.Verbal Reasoning
2.Analogy
3.Classification
4.Word formation
5.Statement and conclusions Syllogism
6.Statement and assumptions
7.Statement and arguments
8.Coding-Decoding
9.Blood Relations
10.Passage and conclusions
11.Alphabet test
12.Series Test
13.Number, Ranking and time sequence
14.Direction sense Test
15.Decision-making test
16.Figure series
17.Input/output
18.Assertion and reasoning
19.Sitting Arrangement
Non-Verbal Reasoning
1.Series test
2.Odd figure Out
3.Analogy
4.Miscellaneous Test.
5.Quantitative Aptitude
6.Ratio and proportion
7.Averages
8.Time and work
9.Speed
10.Distance and time
11.Mixture and allegation
12.Stocks and shares
13.Percentages
14.Partnership
15.Clocks
16.Volume and surface Area
17.Bar & Graphs
18.Line charts
19.Tables
20.Height and Distances
21.Logarithms
22.Permutation and combinations
23.Simple and compound interest
24.Equations, Probability
25.Trigonometry
26.Profit
27.Loss and Discount
28.Mensuration
29.Elements of Algebra
30.Data Interpretation
31.Pie charts
Computers
1.Basics of Hardware and software
2.Windows operating system basics
3.Internet terms and services
4.Basic Functionalities of MS-Office( MS-word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint)
5.History of indian banking
4.Recent credit and monetary policies
5.Banking

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