What is IBPS And why is it important to know about this

What is IBPS
Why is it important to know about this?
What are the functions of IBPS.

IBPS is one such institution / recruitment board created by the Government of India. In which, after passing the exam related to banking sector, the candidate is given the golden opportunity to serve in various types of rural banks.

IBPS is also known by the name of Accreditation Institute of Banking Personal Selection.

The IBPS is also commonly known as the Institute of Banking  Personal Selections.
IBPS was founded in the year 1975 by A.S Deshpande.
And today it has Mr. Hardish Kumar B as its director.
At present, Mr. Rajkiran Rai is the Chairman,

The Government of India conducts more than 450 examinations every year for appointment in IBPS (Institute of Banking Personal Selection.) Board rural and urban sector banks.
In these examinations, every year, approximately crores of candidates apply for the posts of rural and urban development banks and take the exam. And these are selected by the Board constituted by the Institute of Banking Personal Selection.

IBPS Institute of Banking Personal Selection Commission Commission Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Ministry of Finance Government of India NIBM (National Institute of Banking Management)
And are the regulators of insurance corporations of India, all of them are represented by the IBPS.
It is called IBPS

What are the main functions of IBPS

The main functions of IBPS are as follows – as we have already told you above. IBPS is one such organization. Through which a press release is issued regarding recruitment for the vacant posts available under Indian rural banks and in various rural banks, and to fill those posts, for the recruitment of various posts throughout the year, about 450 examinations are conducted in the entire India year. The examination, which is given every year by one crore youth, is selected in two phases by this recruitment board. In the first phase, all these selections are made through the Mainus exam and in the second phase through interview.

Which exams are conducted by IBPS.

IBPS The entire process of seeking or appointing applications for the appointment of employees in 19 regional rural and public sector banks of the public sector in India is done through IBPS. And the employees appointed by IBPS are served in regional rural and public sector banks.

In IBPS, there are three main types of examinations. Examinations like IBPS RRB, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk etc. are taken through IBPS.
And these examinations are also divided into three parts.
(1) Primary examination (2) Main exam (3) IBPS exam pattern has been made through interview etc.

In order to participate in the IBPS exam, the candidate is required to have knowledge related to Computer / Accounting / Tally / Computer Internet along with graduation in any discipline. Along with this, the knowledge of regional and official language is also necessary for the candidate.

Types of IBPS exam

Important instructions related to IBPS RRB exam

For appointment to the posts of IBPS RRB, PO, Clerk, the examination is conducted in online mode from the applicant. If the candidate passes the initial then he / she is given the opportunity to take the main examination.
The selection process of the candidate depends on the marks obtained and interview.

Type of section in preliminary / main / interview process.

IBPS RRB, PO, Preliminary Examination consists of 3 sections. There are 4 sections in the Mains exam. Or in the final stage, the interview process is started

Is there negative marking in IBPS RRB, PO, Clerk exams

Yes, there is negative marking in IBPS RRB, PO, Clerk exam, but the time of examination is 3 hours and 30 minutes. But if one question gets wrong in the exam, then 0.25 marks are deducted from the correct question.



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