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IBPS RRB VI Prelims 2017 : Admit cards to be released soon

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The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is expected to release the admit cards of officers Scale I preliminary examination 2017 for recruitment in participating Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in last week of August or first week of September.

Meanwhile, IBPS has released the pre-exam training call letters for CRP RRBs-VI officers scale I and CRP RRBs-VI office assistants (multipurpose) in participating regional rural banks (RRBs) at ibps.in

The preliminary examination for officer scale I will be held on September 9, September 10 and September 16 at various test centres across the nation.

How to download admit cards :

  • Go to the official website, ibps.in
  • Click on to download call letter (admit card) for CRP RRBs-VI officers scale I
  • Enter your registration number and password
  • Enter the captcha code
  • Click on submit
  • The admit cards will be displayed on screen
  • Download admit card
  • Take a print out for future use

Note :

IBPS will not send any hard copy of admit card will be sent to the candidates.

Important dates :

  • August 28 to September 3 : Pre-Exam Training for Officer Scale-I
  • September 4 to September 9 : Pre-Exam Training for Office Assistant
  • September 9, 10 and September 16 (if required) : Online Examination - Preliminary Officer Scale-I
  • September 17, 23 and 24 (if required) : Online Examination - Preliminary Office Assistant
  • October 2017 : Result of Online exam - Preliminary Officer Scale-I, Office Assistant

About Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) :

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) recruitment for PSBs has a 2 or 3-tier system. While IBPS RRB and SO recruitment is 2-phase processes, IBPS PO and Clerk consist of 3 stages. The first phase consists of a Common Written Examination, followed by an interview and the final placement. IBPS Common Written Examination (CWE) is one among the most competitive examinations in India with a selection ratio of 1 out of 1000.

Source: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/


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