The results of common written exam for officer jobs in Regional Rural Banks were released by IBPS today.The common written examination for office assistant & officers post in regional rural banks (RRB) is being conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection every year.
What's next for these passouts & most importantly how will they be chosen? Lets see them!
There are 56 RRBs across India that feature in the list of participating banks from various states .Hence those looking for bank jobs in India but were not able to get through PO & clerk selections appear for this IBPS RRB CWE in large numbers.
Check your Result Status:
Now with the IBPS releasing the results for the online test held in the month of September 2014, one question that many would have in their minds is - How many passed in the RRB exam?
|In the past, approximately 10 lakh candidates had taken part in these examinations.Hence we expect a similar number of people to have appeared this year too.For official figures, you need to wait for the institute to publish them on their website.|
Latest Update: The IBPS RRB exam 2014 results are now viewable. Login at this webpage here with your roll no, birth date etc., to check whether you have qualified for the next stage or not.
Cutoff Marks Declared
Now you can see your scores & also get to know the category-wise list scores.See the below table for minimum qualifying score in each section & combined.
For all those candidates who are unclear about the scoring methodology here are certain quick facts that would help you in understand the process better.
- Cutoffs are applied at two levels – section-wise & total-wise
- There are 5 sections as part of online test.You will have to secure a minimum score (fixed by IBPS) in each section.
- On total score: Similarly, a separate cutoff shall be fixed on the total score that you should attain.
Only those who have secured the above scores are declared QUALIFIED in the RRB exams.
Interviews for each Bank
There exists a common interview procedure for PO & clerk positions.But rural banks don't follow such a structure.
IBPS has clearly advised qualified candidates to watch out for RRB recruitment advertisements & submit individual online applications based on the eligibility notified by each.
The regional banks would then shortlist from applications received & call them for personal interviews.
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10000 Posts may be Filled
The regional rural banks collectively had recruited around 9500 people for officer & assistant level posts in 2011.
It is expected for these RRB`s to fill around 6000-8000 vacancies this year too as per the experts.
Since these banks are located only in a particular state with just a handful number of branches - one cannot expect huge intake as witnessed in large PSB`s.