IBPS Clerk mains admit card 2019 to be released soon

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial
Updated on Jan 7, 2020 15:50 IST

IBPS Clerk 2019 mains admit card will be released soon by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. Know below the steps to download the admit card.  

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The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will soon release IBPS Clerk mains admit card. Candidates need to download the admit card online from the official website. To download the IBPS Clerk admit card 2019 for mains exam, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. The admit card will be released for candidates who have qualified the preliminary exam.

IBPS Clerk mains 2019 exam is scheduled to be conducted online on January 19 across various cities spread throughout the country in multiple shifts. Candidates can follow the steps below to download the admit card.

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How to download IBPS Clerk admit card 2019?

Candidates can follow the steps below to download the admit card.

  • Visit the official website of IBPS.
  • In the home page, candidates will find the admit card download link.
  • Clicking the link, candidates will be redirected to the login page.
  • Candidates need to enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password.
  • IBPS Clerk admit card appears in the screen.
  • Download the admit card and take its printout.

The admit card will contain details like candidate’s name, roll number, category, gender, exam date, time, scanned images of photograph and signature.

According to IBPS Clerk exam pattern 2019, the mains exam comprises four sections - General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude. Total duration of the test is 160 minutes with different sectional timings. The test will have total 190 questions and total marks is 200.

About the Author
Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial

A mass communication and journalism post-graduate, Anangsha has worked as a reporter and sub-editor and enjoys working in the education domain.

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