After PO, its time for banks to complete clerk recruitment as IBPS clerk interview results have been declared.If things go as per schedule, the allotments could be finalized before end of May.These activities are all part of the clerical CWE held in December 2012 across India.With the results coming out soon, all eyes are now on total no. of clerk jobs in public banks.
Not long ago, banks took more than 8 months to complete a recruitment exercise which was widely criticized by bank job aspirants.
To minimize the time taken IBPS common written examination were introduced & qualifiers were directly called for interviews in public sector banks for PO, clerk and specialist officer posts.
Final Results Announced
Although 1 lakh candidates cleared the written test, they should also qualify in common interview to become eligible for allotment process.If not they will end up getting disqualified.
The combined results for IBPS clerk recruitment is now available for viewing at their website here.Login with your Reg./Roll no. & password or birth date.
Based on your total scores (for 100) preference registration shall begin & depending on vacancies in the bank & choose of order, allotments would be done automatically.
35000 Clerk Jobs to be filled Soon
IBPS shall follow the same timeline for clerk selections just like PO recruitment. While 22,000 PO jobs were notified for qualifiers, approx. 35,000 clerk vacancies are to be filled this season.
The institute has given advertisements in leading newspapers detailing its future course of action.According to it, events to look forward in the coming days are listed below:
- Vacancy list & registration of preferences – Apr. 15 to 22nd (see best public banks)
- Allotments – May 2013
As you can see, we are nearing the last leg of clerical recruitment.In less than a month, candidates will know whether to join a bank or start preparing for the next common bank exams.
Clerk CWE 2012 Test Scores
Govt. of india recently recommended many changes in the way bank jobs were filled right from eligibility conditions to mode of exam.As per it, Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) planned an online clerical common test for the first time.
The computer based examinations were held on December 15,16, 22, 23, 29 & 30, 2012 (including re-exams) in 2 sessions across the country. Although most candidates felt slight discomfort in clicking answers using mouse, the exam was termed easy but lengthy
Those who appeared for the clerical cwe on the above dates can now check your result status by entering reg. no/ roll no. & password or birth date by logging into their website here (also provides the minimum cutoff in your category)
Online test made the difference
The biggest advantage of online tests over traditional coding sheets is time taken for evaluation.So it has helped IBPS to finalize the results of an exam attended by over 25 lakh people (approx.) within 1 month.