IBPS Clerk CWE 2017 Results Released at ibps.in | Check Now | Steps to Check IBPS CWE Result

IBPS has released the IBPS Clerk CWE (Common Written Exam) results on its official website. Candidates who appeared in the examination can check the results on the IBPS official website ibps.in. The IBPS (Institute of Personnel Banking and Selection) conducted the Common Written examination on Dec 2, 3, 9 and 10 for the recruitment of clerks. The institute will conduct the IBPS CWE main exam on January 21, 2018.

Steps to Download the IBPS Clerk CWE 2017 result

First of all visit the IBPS official website ibps.in and check on the link on the main page “Click here to IBPS Clerk Prelims Result 2017”. Click on the link and a new page will be opened. On the new page candidates will be required to enter their details such as registration number, date of birth as password and image code. After entering the details, click on submit and your result will be displayed on the screen.

IBPS CWE Cut offs

There are multiple cut offs for the IBPS clerks examination

  1. Sectional Cut offs: Sectional cut offs are the marks required by a candidate in each section to qualify in the IBPS CWE exam.
  2. Overall Cut offs: These are the category wise qualifying marks that candidates are required to score to be eligible for the further stages of selection. The overall or category cut offs are different for every category.  
  3. The Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection also releases the state wise cut off marks. These cut offs may vary from state to state and can be more or less than the overall cut off.

About IBPS Clerk Main exam

Candidates who qualify the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear in the IBPS main examination. The main examination will consist of the four parts – Financial Awareness, General English, Reasoning Ability/ Computer Aptitude and Quantitative Aptitude. There will be a total of 190 questions and the duration of exam will be 160 minutes. There will be negative marking in the IBPS Clerks main exam. 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. Therefore candidates are advised to attempt the questions carefully and answer only the questions for which they know the correct answers.

Source: indiatoday

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