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IBPS PO Main exam admit card released, download them now

Call letters will be available on the official website of IBPS for download until November 20.

education Updated: Nov 09, 2016 18:33 IST
Nilesh Mathur
Call letters will be available on the official website of IBPS for download until November 20.
Call letters will be available on the official website of IBPS for download until November 20.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) on Wednesday released call letters (admit card) of candidates who have qualified for the main examination of probationary officers (PO)/management trainees in various public sector banks and other participating organisations (CWE PO/MT-VI).

Call letters will be available on the official website of IBPS for download until November 20.

Steps to download call letters:

1) Visit the official website

2) Click on link to download main examination call letter for CWE PO/MT-VI running on top of the page

3) Enter registration/roll number and password/DOB (dd-mm-yy format) on the login page that opens

4) Enter the captcha code and click on login

5) Call letter will be displayed on the screen

6) Take a print out

Or click here to directly go to the login page.

Candidates who have cleared the preliminary exam will be allowed to appear in the mains. The candidates who clear the mains will be called for interview.

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The online main exam will be held on November 20 and its result will be declared in December. The interview will be held in January/February 2017 and provisional allotment to selected candidates will take place in April 2017.

The main examination will be of 200 marks and have 200 questions. The questions will be on reasoning (50 marks), English language (40 marks) , quantitative aptitude (50 marks), general awareness (with special reference to banking) (40 marks) and computer knowledge (20 marks).

Candidates will get 140 minutes to answer the test and for each wrong answer, 0.25 mark will be deducted.

Note: Candidates are advised to regularly check the IBPS website for details and updates.

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