Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) Regional Rural Banks (RRB) has disclosed updated syllabus of CWE for Office Assistants and Officers so that desperate job seekers get success to beat this exam.
All those hunters of recruitment who want to appear in the Common Written Exams (CWE) must prepare according to official syllabus released by IBPS.
Syllabus structure includes following subjects which are reasoning, numerical ability, English language, Hindi language, general awareness and computer knowledge.
The Institute of Banking Personell Selections (IBPS) has declared the results of the RRBs- CWE-II exams on Nov 5,
Candidates who had appeared for the exams can their results here. The results can be checked by inserting the Roll number, date of birth of the candidates. Check the results here.
The IBPS had invited applications for recruitment of post of Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Office Assistant in Regional Rural banks for
2017/2018. The Common Written Examination (CWE-II) was held recently.
For more info, the students can use IBPS Toll-free Helpline No: 1800 222 366. Available from 09:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Thos who are seeking employment in the RRBs as officers and Office Assistants appeared for the common Online exam.
Candidates who pass the common written exam conducted by IBPS will be recruited in any of the 62 RRBs currently in India.
The first Chairman of the IBPS Governing Board was Dr Manmohan Singh, the then Governor of RBI.
IBPS is a pioneer in the use of multiple-choice objective tests for mass level selection of candidates. The institute was instrumental in recruitment of 79,236 vacancies in 35 states/union territories in India in the period 2010-11.
IBPS conducts over 400 exams fr recruitment every year. It has the distinction of conducting exams for 6 lakh candidates at 200 centers across 2000 venues in one day.
We wish all the students best of luck.
Name of the Exam
Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
IBPS RRB Syllabus
Mode of payment
Payment of fees may be via online mode / offline mode by the particulars Bank branches as per stated by IBPS.
IBPS RRB exam includes the penalty for wrong questions through Negative Markings.
For every wrong answer given by the aspirants one fourth of the marks assigned to that question will be reduced as penalty.
If any question is not attempted then there will be no penalty.
Note: If any applicant want to know the more details related to the syllabus may visit the Official Advertisement of Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection Click Here…