The IBPS Clerk Interview has been a topic of discussion for a long time but IBPS has put an end to all speculations by releasing an official notification, saying that there will be no interviews for IBPS Clerk Allotment for the final jobs.
Now the next question arises that how will IBPS select the candidate for clerical cadre and what will the IBPS Clerk Allotment procedure as there will be no interviews?
Don’t stress much as today, we are here going to explain you the whole procedure of IBPS Clerk Allotment and will solve all your queries regarding IBPS Clerk Allotment. Just read this article.
IBPS Clerk Allotment – No More Interviews:
Until last year, those candidates who clear the cut-off of the main examination would be called for the final selection phase which is the interview round and the final combined score (IBPS Clerk Mains + Interview round marks) for IBPS Clerk Allotment would be calculated.
But, all this is discontinued and now there will be a direct allotment for IBPS Clerk based on Mains Marks – only the scores of IBPS Mains Exam Result will be considered for the final IBPS Clerk Allotment.
In a way, it’s a good news especially for those candidates who have the interview phobia. From now on there will be only two phases before the final IBPS Clerk Allotment.
Phase – I will be the preliminary round which will be the one-hour exam of 100 marks.
Phase-II, the Main Written Examination which will have 200 objective type questions of 200 marks with the duration of 2 hours.
Refer to our article to know the whole syllabus for IBPS Clerk Exam – Click Here
The candidates who will clear the sectional as well as the overall cut-off in the preliminary round will be allowed to give the Main written examination. The candidates clearing the cut-off (sectional and overall) of the main written exam will be selected for IBPS Clerk Allotment.
The total 100% weightage will be given to the score obtained by the candidate in the online IBPS Clerk Main Examination, instead of weightage ratio of 80: 20 for CWE Main examination and interview respectively.
But, be aware as there is a catch here, a candidate who wants to qualify for the IBPS Clerk Allotment should score high marks in IBPS Clerk Mains Exam. To get successful candidate should be sufficiently high in merit to be shortlisted for provisional allotment. This will make the exam tougher for the candidates to clear and now the recruitment process will be more selective and competitive for IBPS Clerk Allotment.
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