IBPS Clerks Common Written Examination-3 (2013-14) Dates November 30, December 1, 7, 8, 14 and 15
IBPS recently released notification for recruitments of thousands of clerks. Nineteen national banks are participating and last date for online application for IBPS CWE-3 is September 7. The exam will consist of five sections. A personal interview is also conducted for selection of candidates.
Hyderabad: IBPS recently issued notification for recruiting thousands of clerk posts in nineteen national banks. Candidates who are between the age of 20 to 28 years are eligible for applying to these jobs. Educational qualification required is graduation. Selection of candidates is done in two phases. A written examination is conducted and the candidates who are filtered are called for a personal interview.
IBPS conducted common written examination for recruitment of clerks. This is an online exam of two hours duration. The exam is conducted for two hundred marks and each wrong answer is given 0.25 negative marks. Exam centres for IBPS common written exam for clerks in Andhra Pradesh are Chirala, Gudlavalleru, Gudur, Guntur, Hyderbad, Kakinada, Kanchikacherla, Karimnagar, Kurnool, Mylavaram, Nellore, Narasaraopet, Rajahmundry, Vijayawada, Tirupati, Vijayanagaram and Visakhaptnam.
Candidates have to carry their personal identification while appearing for the Clerks Common Written Examination of IPBS. At the time of applying they have to mention the banks in which they are seeking jobs in the order of preference.
IBPS Clerks Common Written Examination-3 consists of five sections. Reasoning (40 marks), English (40 marks), Numerical Ability (40 marks), General Awareness (40 marks), Computer knowledge (40 marks) are the sections. Total test will be for 200 marks and the duration of the exam is two hours.
Last date for online application for clerks common writer examination 2013-14 is 7th September. Online exam dates are 30th November, 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th and 15th of December, 2013.
Earlier, IBPS also issued notification for RRBS and PO exams. When the three common written exams are compared, it can be understood that the subjects are same for the three exams. Reasoning, quantitative aptitude/numerical ability/English/general awareness and computer knowledge are the common subjects in the three exams. PO and clerk common written exams of IBPS are in the tenth class level. Thus any mathematics or non-mathematics candidate can write the exam. Preparing with proper planning is necessary to get success in the exam.