1. IBPS Clerk CWE VII Prelims to be held in December, result likely to be declared in April; all you need to know about exam

IBPS Clerk CWE VII Prelims to be held in December, result likely to be declared in April; all you need to know about exam

The IBPS Clerk CWE VII (Common Written Exam), which provide jobs in 19 participating banks across India will be held in two parts, Prelims & Mains.

By: | New Delhi | Published: September 11, 2017 9:20 PM
 IBPS Clerk CWE VII (Common Written Exam), Telangana, banking exam, IBPS For Telangana alone, there are 344 vacancies which are likely to be filled through these exams.

The IBPS Clerk CWE VII (Common Written Exam), which provide jobs in 19 participating banks across India will be held in two parts, Prelims & Mains. As per Telangana Today, the Prelims exam will be held in December. The report added that approximately one out of six candidates, who are appearing in prelims will be able to qualify for the Mains, to be held in January 2018. According to the report, results of Main exams is expected to be released in April next year. Last year, more than 43 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.

This year, the number is expected to be higher, the report said. Candidates can apply for vacancies in one state. He will have to appear for exams in the same state. However, the person must know the official language of the state in which they want to appear. For Telangana alone, there are 344 vacancies which are likely to be filled through these exams.

In Telangana, prelims will be conducted in Karimnagar, Hyderabad, Warangal, and Khammam and main exams will be conducted in Hyderabad, Telangana Today report added. It said that the prelims of three sections – Numerical ability (35 Questions), Reasoning (35 Questions) and English Language (30 Questions).  The report further said that candidates will get one mark for every correct answer, while o.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. They will be given one hour time, in which they have to attempt most of the questions in order to qualify in all three sections by securing the cut off marks to be declared by the by IBPS.

The Mains Exam will consist of four sections – General English (40 Q, 40 marks, 35 minutes), General/Financial Awareness (50 Q, 50 Marks, 35 minutes), Quantitative Aptitude (50 Q, 50 marks, 45 minutes) and Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude (50 Q, 60 marks, 45 minutes) Telangana Today report said.

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