The most expected IBPS clerk exam results have been announced by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection today.The buildup for this date was very high that people started to get restless expecting the official announcement since the start of February. Though 3 PM was the informed time, surprise was in store at 1.30 PM itself.
Infact BankExamsIndia.com reported last week after our conversation with the Director, IBPS that the clerical cadre results shall be out by the end of February 2012 & its right on time.
Standardized scores same as PO
Mr.M.Balachandran (Director, IBPS) confirmed to BankExamsIndia.com about the scores in individual tests,
Section wise minimum score to be 24 (general) & 21 (others),
So only those who have secured the above would have been considered as pass. Interestingly, these were the same minimum scores fixed for PO exams also.
With the minimum score for each section, the lowest total weighted score or TWS has been found to be,
General: 120; Others: 105
As said earlier, the lowest TWS for PO/MT exams were also the same.See IBPS score calculation methods
View score on website
The director also went to say that passed candidates can view their scores on IBPS website after a week, while those who failed will be able to see them after 2 weeks.
** Update on March 20: Candidates (Passed & Unqualified candidates) can view scores by entering registration number, date of birth etc on the IBPS webpage here
The reason for time delay in releasing these scores was mainly to avoid network congestion that may bring down the site, since 35 lakh people would be logging to know their status, he clarified.
Qualified or Not?
Just like the PO examinations, the result page only displays whether a candidate has passed or failed in the IBPS conducted test. (see screenshot below)
The detailed marks secured in each section & the total weighted score can be known in your scorecards, that would be issued by IBPS in a few weeks time.
5.3 Lakh Pass:
Yes, the response for the clerical common test held in months of November & December 2011 was bigger than the PO exam, that saw only around 14.7 lakh applications.
- 30.54 lakh people appeared for the exam, from which
- 5.3 lakh candidates have cleared
In the meantime, scorecards are also being sent from March 1 via speed post & those who have ended up qualifying will be intimated through an email that will consist of a postal tracking number, that can be used on postal dept. website to check delivery status.