IBPS Clerk Recruitment Exam 2019: Online Applications for Over 7,000 Government Job Vacancies End Today at ibps.in
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The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will conduct the recruitment exam for clerical positions 2019. Those who are appearing in the December Prelims, must note that the last date for online application ends today, October 10. If you are interested in securing a job in the bank sector, you must hurry up and finish your registration procedure at ibps.in. IBPS is conducting the exam to hire 7,275 clerks in various public sector banks in the nation. The preliminary examination is scheduled to be held on December 8, 9, 15 and 16 at test centres across. IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2018 Notification for Over 7,000 Job Vacancies Released. 

It shall be further noted that the application fees for the reserved category candidates and ex-serviceman candidates is Rs. 100. However, for general category candidates, they need to pay Rs. 600 for the online applications and finish the registration process. After IBPS is done with their applications; they will release the admit cards and will send it to only those who are eligible for the clerical positions. The institute is also conducting the pre-exam training from November 26 to December 1, 2018, as a quick preparation for the prelims. IBPS is expected to announce the preliminary results in December to January 2019. The final selection will be done by next year April through Prelim and Main examinations. IBPS Clerk 2018 Prelims Exam Pattern Changed, Sectional Timing Introduced. 

This time, IBPS in a significant development has changed the prelims exam pattern by introducing sectional timings. However, the total time duration is as similar to the previous ones; only the period has been set for each subject. The preliminary is a one-hour examination, where the examinees will have to answer three tests—English Language (30 questions), Numerical Ability (35 questions) and Reasoning Ability (35 questions). To finish each section, a candidate will get 20 minutes to answer all of them.