IBPS PO 2022-23 exam is conducted by the IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) recruits candidates for 11 PSU Banks since its inception in 2011. Apart from banking recruitment, IBPS is also responsible for conducting the examination for RBI (Reserve Bank Of India), LIC (Life Insurance Corporation Of India), NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development), etc. The exam conducted by IBPS goes by the name CRP (Common Recruitment Process) which happens online at a PAN-India level.
The IBPS PO 2022-23 exam process has 3 stages namely,
- Preliminary: The very first stage of the selection process involves the preliminary examination where candidates are tested on English language, Numerical Ability and Logical Reasoning. The duration of the test is of 1 hour and 20 minutes for each section and is conducted online only. The question paper is of 100 marks total and consists of 100 questions with 25% negative marks. Candidates has to secure the cut-off marks in each section.
- Mains: Candidates who clear the Preliminary Exam are shortlisted to appear for the Mains. The exam pattern involves both multiple choice along with Letter and Essay Writing. The topics in the Mains Exam apart from English includes. Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, Data Analysis and Interpretation along with General Economy and Banking awareness. This section also has 25% negative marking for every wrong answer.
- Final Interview: Candidates who clear both the Prelims and the Mains are shortlisted for the personal interview which is the last leg of the selection process. The Personal Interview process is of 100 marks and the candidates need to score a minimum of 40%, which is the qualifying marks. The interview process is of 15-20 minutes’ duration in which the candidates are asked questions about general awareness, banking and current affairs apart from questions on their own selves.
Eligibility criteria for IBPS PO 2022-23
- Candidates appearing for the examination has to be a Graduate from a recognized University.
- Candidates should be well versed in basic computer operations as the examination also happens online.
- Candidates should be proficient as far as reading, writing and speaking is concerned, in the official language of the State or Union Territory of their domicile.
- Candidates should be a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal or Bhutan in order to apply for the examination. Tibetan refugees, who migrated to India before 1st January, 1962, intending to settle down permanently are also eligible to apply for the
- Candidates’ age should be between 21-30 years.
- Candidates can register themselves for the examination through online mode in the IBPS website.
- Once registered, they can upload the required documents and pay the application fees online to complete the registration process.
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