IBPS CRP Clerk

IBPS CRP Clerk

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Summary

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, or IBPS, is a national exam held once a year. In 11 public sector banks, the IBPS conducted a Common Recruitment Process (CRP) to recruit applicants for Clerk or clerical cadre positions. Candidates who match the eligibility criteria can apply online using the official website, according to IBPS Clerk. For the IBPS Clerk 2021 exam, candidates must be between the ages of 20 and 28 years. The preliminary and mains examination of the IBPS Clerk exam is divided into sections. Candidates who pass both of these exams will be considered for the IBPS Clerk or IBPS Clerical cadre positions. In addition to English and Hindi, the preliminary and mains examinations for IBPS Clerk will be held in 13 regional languages. The preliminary examination syllabus for IBPS Clerk 2021 contains English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability, while the mains examination syllabus includes English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, and Computer Aptitude, as well as General/Financial Awareness. Applicants must pay Rs. 850 for General and OBC candidates and Rs. 175 for SC/ST/PWD candidates to fill out the application form for the IBPS Clerk 2021 exam. Below you will find more information on the IBPS Clerk application process, syllabus, exam pattern, vacancies, eligibility criteria, important dates, how to apply, and other details.

Exam Pattern

Total Marks : 100
Total Time : 60 Min
-ve marking : 0.25 (For each wrong answer)
Subject Qns. Marks
English Language 30 30
Numerical Ability 35 35
Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100

Eligibility Criteria

Essential Educational Qualifications: 

A Bachelor's degree (Graduation) in any discipline from an Indian government-recognized university, or an equivalent qualification recognised by the Central Government.

The candidate must have a valid Mark-sheet / Degree Certificate stating that he or she is a graduate and showing the percentage of marks earned in graduation on the day of registration.

Candidates must have operating and functional knowledge of computer systems, which implies they must have a Certificate/Diploma/Degree in computer operations/Language/having studied Computer / Information Technology as one of their subjects in high school, college, or institute.

It is preferable if an applicant is proficient in the official language of the state/UT for which they wish to apply (candidates should be able to read, write, and speak the state/official UT's language).

 

Age limit (As on 01-07-2021):

The applicants must be between the ages of 20 and 28 years.

A candidate must have been born between July 2, 1993 and July 1, 2001 (both dates inclusive)*.

 

The permitted upper age limit relaxations and category-codes for claiming age relaxation are as follows:

Code No Category Age-relaxation permissible beyond upper age limit
01 SC/ ST 5 years
02 OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) 3 years
03 Persons With Disabilities 10 years
04 Ex-Servicemen / Disabled Ex-Servicemen actual period of service rendered in the defence forces + 3 years (8 years for Disabled ExServicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years
05 Widows, divorced women and women legally separated from their husbands who have not remarried Age concession upto the age of 35 years for General/EWS, 38 years for OBC and 40 years for SC/ST candidates
06 Persons affected by 1984 riots 5 years

 

Exam Pattern

Scheme of IBPS Clerk examinations

The online exam will be conducted in two stages:

• Online Preliminary Examination

• Online Main Examination

 

Scheme of IBPSC Clerk Preliminary Examinations:

Part Name of Tests Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)
I English Language 30 30 20 minutes
II Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
III Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Total 100 100 60 minutes

Important Note:

I. The questions on the papers will be of the multiple choice type.

II. Each question will be carried one mark.

III. Each incorrect answer will 0.25 point deduction.

IV. Candidates must qualify in each of the three examinations by achieving IBPS-determined cut-off marks.

 

Scheme of IBPSC Clerk Mains Examinations:

Part Name of Tests (NOT BY SEQUENCE) Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)
I General/ Financial Awareness 50 50 35 minutes
II General English 40 40 35 minutes
III Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 50 60 45 minutes
IV Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 45 minutes
Total 190 200 160 minutes

Important Note:

I. The questions on the papers will be of the multiple choice type.

II. Each question will be carried one mark except for Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude.

 

III. Each incorrect answer will 0.25 point deduction.

 

List of CRP CLERKS XI Versions of Tests (Medium of Examination) according to State Applied for:

Sr. No Name of States A version of tests (Medium of examination)
1 Andaman & Nicobar English and Hindi
2 Andhra Pradesh English, Hindi and Telugu
3 Arunachal Pradesh English and Hindi
4 Assam  English, Hindi and Assamese
5 Bihar English and Hindi
6 Chandigarh English & Hindi
7 Chhattisgarh English and Hindi
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman& Diu English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and Konkani
9 Delhi (NCT) English and Hindi
10 Goa English, Hindi and Konkani
11 Gujarat English, Hindi and Gujarati
12 Haryana English and Hindi
13 Himachal Pradesh English and Hindi
14 Jammu & Kashmir English, Hindi and Urdu
15 Jharkhand English and Hindi
16 Karnataka English, Hindi, Kannada and Konkani
17 Kerala English, Hindi and Malayalam
18 Ladakh English and Hindi
19 Lakshadweep English, Hindi and Malayalam
20 Madhya Pradesh English and Hindi
21 Maharashtra English, Hindi, Marathi and Konkani
22 Manipur English, Hindi and Manipuri
23 Meghalaya English and Hindi
24 Mizoram English and Hindi
25 Nagaland English and Hindi
26 Odisha English, Hindi and Odia
27 Puducherry English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam
28 Punjab English, Hindi and Punjabi
29 Rajasthan English and Hindi
30 Sikkim English and Hindi
31 Tamil Nadu English, Hindi and Tamil
32 Telangana English, Hindi, Telugu and Urdu
33 Tripura English, Hindi and Bengali
34 Uttar Pradesh English, Hindi and Urdu
35 Uttarakhand English and Hindi
36 West Bengal English, Hindi and Bengali

 

Provisional Allotment:

For the Online Main Examination, there are a total of 200 marks available. Provisional allotment will be based on a conversion of marks out of 100. A candidate must pass the Online Main Examination and have a high enough merit to be considered for the ensuing provisional allotment process, the details of which will be made available later on the authorised IBPS website. 

Vacancy Details

The following are the likely positions that will be filled up through this Exam:

Post Name GEN EWS OBC SC ST TOTAL
Andaman & Nicobar  04 -- 01 -- -- 05
Andhra Pradesh 247 62 35 20 23 387
Arunachal Pradesh 07 01 -- -- 05 13
Assam 84 17 51 22 17 191
Bihar 129 28 92 48 03 300
Chandigarh 18 01 11 03 -- 33
Chhattisgarh 62 09 03 09 29 111
Dadar & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu 03 -- -- -- -- 03
Delhi 147 34 84 24 28 318
Goa 32 05 04 01 17 59
Gujarat 161 44 104 23 63 395
Haryana 89 16 20 08 -- 133
Himachal Pradesh 48 11 23 25 06 113
Jammu & Kashmir 15 01 04 04 02 26
Jharkhand 45 09 10 21 26 111
Karnataka 228 58 94 36 38 454
Kerala 118 18 41 16 01 194
Ladakh 03 -- -- -- -- 03
Lakshadeep 03 -- -- -- 02 05
Madhya Pradesh 152 34 57 63 83 389
Maharashtra 441 102 152 80 107 882
Manipur 03 -- -- 01 02 06
Meghalaya 05 01 01 -- 02 09
Mizoram 03 -- -- -- 01 04
Nagaland 04 01 -- -- 08 13
Odisha 132 37 35 49 49 302
Puducherry 17 02 07 04 -- 30
Punjab 168 45 81 108 -- 402
Rajasthan 51 14 40 29 08 142
Sikkim 12 02 07 02 05 28
Tamil Nadu 428 89 185 133 08 843
Telangana 153 43 -- 02 07 205
Tripura 04 01 -- 01 02 08
Uttar Pradesh 431 123 263 209 13 1039
Uttarakhand 33 05 11 06 03 58
West Bengal 193 53 114 132 24 516

Syllabus

Syllabus of IBPS Clerk Preliminary Examinations:

I. English Language

Reading comprehension

Tenses

Rules

Cloze Tests

Jumbling of paragraphs

Idioms and phrases

Phrase replacement

Detection of Errors

Vocabulary

Basic Grammar

Fill in the blanks

Conclusions

Inferences

Words usage

Synonyms & Antonyms

Words with multiple meanings

Using of words

Connectors

Prepositions

 

II. Numerical Ability

Number System

Simplification

Number Series

Data Interpretation

Time and Distance

Time and Work

Profit and Loss

Percentage

Simple/Compound Interest

Average

Partnerships

Boats and Streams

Permutation/Probability

Age Problem

Data sufficiency

Area and Perimeter

Miscellaneous 

 

III. Reasoning Ability

Circular Seating Arrangement

Linear Seating Arrangement

Coding Decoding

Syllogism

Inequality

Blood Relations

Order and ranking

Puzzle

Numbers Order

Alphanumeric Series

Directions

Figure series

Miscellaneous 

 

Syllabus of IBPS Clerk Mains Examination:

I. General/ Financial Awareness

Static GK

Current affairs

International and National Affairs

Banking Awareness

Financial Awareness

Budget

Monetary plans by the government

National Institutions

Basic banking

GDP

Repo Rate

Economic and financial sector

Financial institutes such as IRDA, SEBI, RBI, IMF and World Bank.

Headquarters, Locations and Acronyms

Abbreviations

Terminologies

Government schemes and policies.

 

II. General English

Reading Comprehension

Grammar

Vocabulary

Idioms and Phrases

Tenses and rules

Substitution with one word

Sentence Improvement

Paraphrase

Cloze test

Jumbling of paragraphs

Formation, and reconstruction

Fill in the blanks

Matchups

 

III. Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

(A) Reasoning

Analogy

Assumptions and Statements

Syllogism

Coding and Decoding

Blood Relations

Passages and Conclusions

Statements and Conclusions

Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning

Direction and Distance

Alphanumeric series

(B) Computer aptitude

Operating system

Basics of hardware and software

Internet and related topics

Networking

History of Computing

Hacking

Security and tools

Database

Viruses

MS office

Processing software.

 

IV. Quantitative Aptitude

Data Interpretation

Pie Charts

Line Graphs

Bar Graphs

Tables

Mixtures and Allegations

Profit & Loss

Discounts

Percentages

Partnership

Ratio and Proportion

Average

Simple and Compound Interest

Equations

Time, Work and Speed

Clocks

Volume and Surfaces

Permutation

Combination

Probability

Basic Trigonometry

Basic Mensuration

 

Application Fee

Fee Payable by Candidates for IBPS Clerk Exam:

All other's candidates category: Rs. 850/-

SC/ST/PWBD/EXSM candidates: Rs. 175/-

 

Mode of Payment:

Candidates can only pay the required fees/intimation costs via the ONLINE mode:

Payments can be done with Debit Cards (RuPay/ Visa/ MasterCard/ Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets, and other methods by entering the required information on the screen.

 

How to Apply

For further information on how to fill out the online application form, see the instructions below.

 

Documents needed to complete the application

• Photograph and signature scanned

• Required valid email address

• Left Thumb Impression (LTI)

• A proclamation was written by hand

• Bank account information for online transactions

 

Step One: Registration in IBPS Clerk.

- Visit the official IBPS website.

- On the IBPS home page, go to the \'IBPS Clerk apply online\' option.

- To register, go to the \'New Registration\' link and fill out the form.

- Enter information such as the name of the post, your name, your phone number, your email address, and the security code.

- IBPS Clerk registration number and password are generated after successful completion.

- The registration number and password are sent to the candidates\' registered email address and mobile number.

Step Second: Upload your photo, signature, and Left Thumb Impression.

- Candidates must next upload scanned photos of their photograph, signature, and Left Thumb Impression in the step second.

Step Three: Fill in the required details.

- Candidates must submit their educational qualifications, IBPS Clerk exam centres, select the participating banks, choose languages, and other information in this section.

Step Four: Pay the exam fee

- Payments can be made through debit/credit cards, online banking, IMPS, cash cards/mobile wallets, and cash cards/mobile wallets.

An e-receipt is generated after the transaction is completed successfully. Candidates can print their e-receipt as well as the online IBPS Clerk application form.

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