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IBPS PO/MT V interview call letters released, download it here

The candidates who have cleared the main examination will now appear in the interview for the final selection.

education Updated: Jan 01, 2016 15:07 IST
HT Correspondent
The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of her/his performance in the prelims, mains and interview.
The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of her/his performance in the prelims, mains and interview. (Shutterstock)

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the interview call letters for the IBPS CWE PO/ MT V on its official website. Conducted to select candidates for the post of probationary officers in various participating organisations, PO/MT preliminary and main examinations were held in September/October 2015.

The candidates who have cleared the main examination will now appear in the interview for the final selection. The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of her/his performance in the prelims, mains and interview.

You can access your call letter from IBPS’ official website, www.ibps.in. Click on ‘Download your call letter for CWE-PO/MT - V’. In the new page, you can access your call letter by providing your registration/roll number and password/date of birth.

You can download your call letter from this page.

Or

Click hereto access your call letter directly for download.

In case of difficulty in generating the call letter, attempt login at least 3 to 5 times at different time period. If you are still having problems, contact IBPS and / or write at ibpso@ibps.in with the text of auto-generated email received at the time of registration or scanned copy of registered application.

Any communication without scanned copy of registered application or auto generated email (received at the time of registration) will not be entertained.

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