IBPS Clerk Prelims 2018 LIVE UPDATES: Shift I concludes, check candidates

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IBPS Clerk prelims 2018 LIVE: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) concluded the first shift of the preliminary examination for recruitment to the post of clerk in two phases. The preliminary exam was a computer-based examination of an hour. The exam had three sections — Numerical ability (35 questions and 35 marks), English language (30 questions and 30 marks) and Reasoning ability (35 questions and 35 marks). The main examination will now be conducted on December 9 and December 15, 16.

The institute is aiming to fill a total of 7,275 vacancies for clerks posts in various banks through the exam. The application process for IBPS Clerk had started on September 18 and had closed on October 10, 2018.

A candidate must have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognised university or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by the central government. They should have the working knowledge of computer systems. The candidate should have passed in English as one of the subjects at SSC/ HSC/ Intermediate/ Graduation level.

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IBPS Clerk prelims 2018 LIVE: Paper analysis in detail, candidates’ reactions

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IBPS Clerk prelims 2018 LIVE: The examination is scheduled to be conducted on December 9 and December 15, 16

IBPS Clerk prelims 2018 LIVE: The examination will be conducted on December 9 and December 15, 16. The preliminary exam was a computer based examinations of one hour. The exam had three sections — Numerical ability (35 questions and 35 marks), English language (30 questions and 30 marks) and Reasoning ability (35 questions and 35 marks).