IBPS Clerk 2024 Recruitment: Check Selection Process Here

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

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Anangsha Patra

Anangsha PatraDeputy Manager – Editorial

Updated on May 17, 2024 17:10 IST

IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2024: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts IBPS Clerk for the selection of eligible candidates for Clerical cadre posts in the participating banks. Any candidate who aspires to join any of the participating banks as Clerks are required to register for the Common Recruitment Process. The exam is conducted in two tiers-prelims and mains. Candidates who qualify the prelims exam appear for the mains exam. Depending on the vacancies to be filled in during the financial year and based on the business needs of the participating banks and as reported to IBPS, candidates shortlisted are provisionally allotted to one of the participating banks. Recruitment in the participating banks is a dynamic process that depends upon restrictions imposed, business volume, business growth, health of the banks, branch expansion, internal and external factors, structural changes, etc. 

Q:   When IBPS Clerk notification 2024 will be released?

A:

IBPS Clerk notification 2024 will be released in July 2024. The notification will be released to select 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 application form will be released?

A:

IBPS Clerk application form 2024 will be released in July 2024. The deadline to fill the application form will be notified by the examination authority. 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 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:   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 Recruitment 2024

IBPS Clerk recruitment notification 2024 is expected to be released in July 2024. IBPS Clerks are offered offered a good salary package in the pay scale of INR 19,900-1000/1-20,900-1230/3-24,590-1490/4-30,550-1730/7-42,600-3270/1-45,930-1990/1-47,920. The job profiles of candidates selected through IBPS Clerk are verification of various documents, the responsibility of bank cash, sanctioning of withdrawals by the customers, maintaining various documents of the bank, balance sheets, resolving the various issues of the customers, issuing of demand drafts, bank accounts for the customers, cash receipts, etc, updating the passbook and many more.

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Q:   What is IBPS Clerk Recruitment?

A:
IBPS Clerk recruitment is conducted by IBPS every year to select candidates for the Clerical level post. The selection process of IBPS Clerk recruitment comprises prelims and Mains exams. The final selection of candidates is done based on the Mains exam. Selection of candidates is done in the 11 participating public sector banks in India.
 

Q:   Is SBI Clerk exam more difficult than IBPS Clerk?

A:
There is not much difference in the difficulty level of SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk exams. The exam pattern and syllabus of IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk are more or less the same. IBPS Clerk exam pattern comprises prelims and Mains exams. The prelims exam comprises three sections English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. 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. SBI Clerk exam pattern comprises prelims exam, Mains exam and language proficiency test. The prelims exam comprises three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to prelims exam are 100. The Mains exam comprises three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to the test are 200.
 

Q:   What is the IBPS Clerk career growth?

A:
Candidates are offered promotions as per their performance. After becoming PO, there are seven scales in the officer cadre. The post-wise hierarchy is given below: Scale 1-Officer / Assistant Manager Scale 2-Manager Scale 3-Senior Manager Scale 4-Chief Manager Scale 5-Asst. General Manager Scale 6-Deputy General Manager Scale 7-General Manager.
 

IBPS Clerk Dates 2024

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

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

Jul '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 notification

TENTATIVE

Aug '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Prelims Exam

TENTATIVE

31 Aug '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Prelims Exam

13 Oct '24

IBPS Clerk 2024 Mains Exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

Apr '24

IBPS Clerk Mains Result 2023

07 Oct '23

IBPS Clerk 2023 mains exam

26 Sep '23 -

07 Oct '23

IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2023

IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2024 Vacancies

IBPS Clerk vacancies are released state-wise and category-wise along with the notification. In 2023, a total of 4545 vacancies were announced for the exam. Initially a total of  4045 vacancies were announced for the exam. However, later the vacancies were revised. In 2022, a total of 6035 vacancies were announced for the exam. The vacancy break-up of 2023 is given below.

State Name Total Vacancies

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR

01

ANDHRA PRADESH

77

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

07

ASSAM

79

BIHAR

210

CHANDIGARH

06

CHHATTISGARH

91

DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI DAMAN & DIU

08

DELHI (NCR)

250

GOA

42

GUJARAT

247

HARYANA

187

HIMACHAL PRADESH

82

JAMMU & KASHMIR

15

JHARKHAND

52

KARNATAKA

253

KERALA

52

LADAKH

00

LAKSHADWEEP

01

MADHYA PRADESH

410

MAHARASHTRA

530

MANIPUR

10

MEGHALAYA

01

MIZORAM

01

NAGALAND

03

ODISHA

67

PUDUCHERRY

01

PUNJAB

331

RAJASTHAN

176

SIKKIM

01

TAMIL NADU

291

TELANGANA

27

TRIPURA

15

UTTAR PRADESH

752

UTTRAKHAND

28

WEST BENGAL

241

Total

4545

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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:   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.
 

Q:   How is the provisional allotment of IBPS Clerk done?

A:

IBPS Clerk provisional allotment is done based on the marks obtained in the Mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. To prepare the provisional allotment list, the marks are normalised out of 100. The marks and cut off marks for provisional allotment are prepared out of 100. The process of provisional allotment is given below:

  • 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 of the local language (reading, writing, and speaking) of the State/UT for the provisionally allotted candidates
 

IBPS Clerk Recruitment Eligibility 2024

According to IBPS Clerk recruitment eligibility, the age of candidates should be between 20 and 28 years. The educational qualification prescribed for IBPS Clerk recruitment is graduation.

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Q:   Is there any limit in the number of attempts in IBPS Clerk exam?

A:
No, there is no limit to the number of attempts in the IBPS Clerk exam. Candidates falling within the prescribed age limit can apply for the exam. Candidates should be between 20 and 28 years. The educational qualification prescribed for the exam. There is no minimum percentage required in graduation for IBPS Clerk exam.
 

Q:   What is the criteria of promotion for IBPS Clerk?

A:
Based on the performance of candidates, they are eligible for promotion after two years. There are two process through which candidates get promotion. Candidates who get promoted through the normal process are not required to appear for JAIIB and CAIIB diplomas. They are promoted based on their experience, seniority and performance in the written exam which is conducted internally. For merit-based promotion, candidates are require to have JAIIB and CAIIB diplomas from the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance.
 

Q:   Is normalisation applied in the calculation of IBPS Clerk?

A:
Yes, normalisation is applied in the calculation of IBPS Clerk cut off. The normalisation process is followed to adjust the difficulty level of question papers as the exam is conducted in various shifts. The normalisation of marks done using equi-percentile method. The cut off for the Mains and prelims exams are calculated based on the normalised marks.
 

How to fill IBPS Clerk Application Form 2024?

The steps to fill the application form are given below:

  • Candidates need to first register for the exam by clicking the ‘New Registration’ link on the home page
  • For registration, candidates need to enter details such as post name, mobile number, email ID, and security code
  • After successful registration, candidates need to upload scanned images of photograph, signature, and Left Thumb Impression
  • Enter educational qualifications, select the exam centre, choose the participating banks, the language of the exam, etc.
  • Candidates need to pay the application fees online, which is INR 850 for general and OBC categories while it is INR 175 for SC/ST/PWD/EXSM candidates

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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:   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:   How to fill IBPS Clerk Application form through smartphone?

A:

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 2024 Recruitment Selection Process

To be eligible for the job, candidates need to clear the preliminary and mains exam. The preliminary exam is qualifying in nature and marks obtained in the same are not counted for the final merit list. The final selection and allotment of candidates are done based on their performance in the mains exam.

IBPS Clerk 2024 Recruitment Exam Pattern

The preliminary exam as per IBPS Clerk exam pattern consists of 100 questions for 100 marks. The duration of the prelims exam is one hour. The test paper is divided into three sections - English, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning. The mains exam comprises 190 questions for 200 marks which candidates need to solve in 160 minutes. The IBPS clerk mains exam comprises questions from General /Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability, and Computer Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude sections. IBPS Clerk syllabus comprises topics for graduation level. The marking scheme of IBPS Clerk is given below:

  • Candidates for correct answer score one mark
  • 0.25 marks are deducted for wrong answers
  • The total marks are calculated based on the correct and incorrect answers

 

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

IBPS Clerk syllabus 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 is IBPS Clerk syllabus chapter-wise?

A:

IBPS Clerk prelims syllabus comprises topics from Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language. IBPS Clerk syllabus 2023 of Mains exam is divided into four sections: Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, and General/ Financial Awareness. The chapter-wise IBPS Clerk syllabus is given below:

English Language: Reading Comprehension, Error Detection/ Sentence Correction, Fill in the Blanks, Error Correction, Para Jumbles, Cloze Test.

Reasoning: Inequality, Seating Arrangement, Alphanumeric Series, Miscellaneous, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Data Sufficiency,  

Numerical Ability: Number Series, Simplification/ Approximation, Data Sufficiency, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Distance, Relations and Permutation and Combination, Data Interpretation, Puzzles.

General Awareness: Current Affairs,  Monetary Plans, Indian Financial System,  Introduction to National Institutions,  Indian Banking System,  Banking Terms.

Computer Aptitude: Basics of Hardware and Software, Operating Systems,  Internet and Associated Topics,  Microsoft Office and Other Word Processing Software,  History of Computing,  Basic Computer Networking,  Basics of Databases,  Basics of Cyber Security Tools and Processes.

 

 

 

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

A:
In the Quantitative Aptitude section of IBPS Clerk candidates need to focus on Simplification, Number Systems, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Sequence and Series 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 50 marks. To solve the questions in the Quant section easily, candidates must learn the shortcut trick and memorise the theorems. The tips and tricks to crack IBPS Clerk Quant section are given below: First candidates must go through the topics given in the IBPS Clerk syllabus They should clear their concepts referring to the high school Maths books Candidates must memorise the theorems Candidates must learn the shortcut tricks of solving questions in the exam as it helps in saving time
 

IBPS Clerk Preparation 2024

The tips and tricks to prepare for IBPS Clerk 2024 exam are given below:

  • Candidates need to understand the exam pattern and syllabus to gain familarity with the structure of the exam
  • It is important to prepare a study routine for the exam and follow it dilligently
  • Candidates should dedicate equal time to each section
  • Candidates must attempt mock test and analyse their performance in the mock test
  • Candidates must go through the previous years' question paper

 

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:   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.

 

Q:   How many hours to study for IBPS Clerk?

A:

Students should dedicate at least 6 hours daily for IBPS Clerk 2023 prelims exam. It is best to commit 1 to 2 hours for each subject and at least 2 hours for practising questions. It will take at least 30 days to cover all the relevant topics for IBPS Clerk prelims along with appropriate practice. For mains, General awareness needs to be covered, which students can start after covering the prelims syllabus. After covering the syllabus, students should focus on General Awareness (GA) and give as many full-length mocks as possible. Students should daily study GA for 3 hours, give at least 2 or 3 full-length mocks, and analyze them to identify and correct the mistakes. For IBPS Clerk Mains, students should regularly practice DI, Caselet DI, Puzzles and comprehension.

 

IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2024 FAQs

Candidates can check below RBI Grade B recruitment 2024 FAQs.

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk in hand salary?

A:
IBPS Clerk inhand salary ranges between INR 28,000 to 30,000 per month. The inhand salary is calculated after making all the deductions. It is the amount offered to candidates after the gross deductions and additions for expenditure. The amount vary from the place of posting. Candidates posted in metro cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata get comparatively more amount.
 

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.
 

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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
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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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Anangsha Patra

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 3 weeks ago

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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Anangsha Patra

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 3 weeks ago

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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Anangsha Patra

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 3 weeks ago

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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Anangsha Patra

Contributor-Level 10

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