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Dear Readers,

IBPS has announced its PO Vacancies and form submission dates in its recent notification. Some basic details are mentioned here below:

1. Online registration Dates including fees submission dates: 26 July 2016 to 13 August 2016

2. Download admit cards: October 2016

3. Online Exam Pre: 16 October, 22 October, 23 October 2016

4. Result: November 2016

5. Mains Exam: 20 November 2016

6. Result : December 2016

7. Admit Card download for Interview: January 2017

8. Interviews: February 2017

9. Final Results: April 2017

Eligibility Criteria

1. Minimum Age: 20 Years

2. Maximum Age: 30 Years

Relaxation for SC/ST- 5 Years, for OBCs- 3 Years, for PWDs- 10 Years, Ex servcemen- 5 Years

Scheme of Examination:

Pre Exam Format: 1 hour only

1 hour online mode exam consisting of 30 questions from English, 35 questions from Reasoning and 35 questions from Quantitative Aptitude, totalling upto 100 questions of 100 marks. Students will have to clear the cutoff prescribed by the board from time to time.

Mains Exam Format: 2 hours 20 minutes only

This 140 minute exam consists of 5 subsections.

Reasoning: 50 questions, 50 marks

Quant: 50 questions, 50 marks

English: 40 questions, 40 marks

General Awareness: 40 questions, 40 marks

Computer: 20 questions, 20 marks

Total: 200 questions, 200 marks

Candidates can see the detailed advertisement  from the official website or click on the link below:

IBPS 2016 Notification

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Source of info: www.ibps.in

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