Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is in full swing for the preparation of IBPS Exam 2013 with the upcoming modalities. As mandated by almost all the nationalized banks and many other private sector banks, the IBPS is conducting Common Written Examination (CWE) for competency assessment of candidates for diverse levels of clerical as well as officers’ cadres since 2011. Usually IBPS conducts CWE twice in a year and the first CWE is for officers’ cadre was held on 18th of September 2011 and the second one was held during November/ December 2011 for the clerical cadre. The score card of IBPS remains valid for one year and the candidates having awarded a successful score card are eligible for direct entry to different public sector openings through a Personal Interview.
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•Tentative schedule for IBPS CWE for Officers: September 2013
•Tentative schedule for IBPS CWE for Clerks: November 2013
•Tentative date for publication of results: December 2013
The syllabus of IBPS is varied as per the educational requirement for a particular profile of job. You can basically prepare on the 10+2 level for Clerical exams and 10+2+3 for the Officers examination with a focus on General Reasoning, Mathematics, English and General Awareness.
To be eligible to appear for the IBPS CWE you have to have the minimum educational qualification and should be within the age group of 18-30 years as per the specific requirements of the individual CWEs.