IBPS Clerk 2020

IBPS Clerk 2020

IBPS Clerk 2021 Notification, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus

IBPS will release the notification for the Clerk 2021 exam in July 2021 tentatively. The online application for the clerk posts will start with the release of the notification. The IBPS Clerk 2021 notification will be released on the official website @ibps.in. The Exam for IBPS Clerk will be held in online mode only.

Click here to check the Official Notification

IBPS Exam Calendar 2021

The Institute of Banking & Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the exam calendar for this year. The candidates were also eagerly waiting for the same. Now they can check all the exam dates in this newly released IBPS exam calendar 2021.

Click here to check the Official IBPS Calendar

IBPS Clerk 2021 Vacancy

The tentative vacancies for the IBPS Clerk 2021 will be released with the notification in July 2021. Check the previous year’s vacancies. IBPS has released 2557 vacancies for IBPS Clerk 2020 for clerk posts in the different banks. 

Click here to see Bank-wise & State-wise Vacancies Details

IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam Dates:

IBPS has declared the exam date for the IBPS Clerk exam in the IBPS Calendar 2021.The IBPS Clerk prelims exam is going to take place on August 28, 29, and September 04, 05 2021. Candidates must note the notification date, application date, and last dates regarding IBPS Clerk 2021 are tentative.

Activity Tentative Dates
Starting date for On-line registration First week of July 2021
Last date to Register Third week of July 2021
Preliminary Exam Date
August 28.2021
August 29,2021
September 04, 2021
September 05, 2021
Result of IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam
September 2021
 Call letter for Mains exam
October 2021
Conduct of Online exam – Main
October 31, 2021
Provisional Allotment
January 2022

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IBPS Clerk 2021 Eligibility Criteria:

The eligibility Criterion of IBPS Clear 2021 common written exam is the same divided into three divisions age limit, educational qualification and nationality.

IBPS Clerk Age Eligibility:

Minimum: 20 years Maximum: 28 years

IBPS Clerk 2021 Age Limit:

Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe 5 years
Other Backward Classes 3 years
Persons With Disability    10 years
Ex-Servicemen/Disabled Ex-Servicemen Actual period of service rendered in the Defence forces + 3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years
Widows Divorced women and women legally separated from their husbands who have not remarried 9 years
Persons ordinarily domiciled in the Kashmir Division of the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period 1-1-80 to 31-12-89 5 years
Persons affected by 1984 riots 5 years
Regular employees of the Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from service (Applicable to Madhya Pradesh state only) 5 years
Nationality –
  •  A candidate must be either of the following:
  • An Indian National or can be a citizen of Nepal or Bhutan or Tibetan Refugee who have settled in India.
  • A person of Indian origin who has originally migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam to permanently settle in India.
  • Candidate belonging to countries other than India must present an eligibility certificate issued by authorities recommended by Government of India.

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In order to pass IBPS Clerk eligibility criteria, a candidate should have a degree (Graduation) in any discipline from Government of India recognised college/ university, as on 12/09/2020. Candidates having any equivalent qualification that is recognized by Central Government are also eligible to apply.

Other Requirements:
Computer Literacy is a must. Candidate must possess operating as well as working knowledge of Computer System. For this, candidates should have followed -
(a) Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate in Computer Operations/ Language
(b) Should have studied Computer/ Information Technology as one of the subjects in High School/ Institute/ College.
Proficiency in Local Language:

Candidates should also be proficient in the language of the state from which they are applying. This means that the candidates should know how to read, write and speak the official language of the state of union territory from which they are applying.

IBPS Clerk Selection Procedure
IBPS Clerk Selection Procedure divided into two different sections which are Prelims and Mains Common Written Exam (CWE). Check the details given below.

1. IBPS Clerk Preliminary Exam: IBPS Preliminary exam is an online exam to be conducted in the month of December 2020. It is an online exam. IBPS Prelimis contains 100 question of 100 marks with Duration of 60 minutes.

2. IBPS Clerk Mains Exam: IBPS Mains exam is also an online exam. This exam contains 190 MCQs each.0.25marks deduction will be made for each wrong answer.  

3. Document Verification : After finding your name in the shortlisting candidates of mains examination, you will be called for the final process, that is, document verification round.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam Pattern:

The IBPS Clerk exam occurs in two stages: Prelims and Mains. Both these papers follow online method of conducting written examination. The structure of the exam is as follow:

Date of Exam Preliminary - August 28.2021
August 29,2021
September 04, 2021
September 05, 2021

Mains - October 31, 2021
Conducting Body IBPS
Mode of Exam Online
Paper Type Objective
Medium of Exam English and Hindi
Duration of Exam

Preliminary - 60 minutes


Mains - 120 Minutes

Phase-1: IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam 
The preliminary exam of IBPS Clerk CWE is an online exam testing a candidate on the basis of their aptitude, intellect and English. There are three sections in total and the candidate must clear the cut off of each section to proceed to the mains exam round. Candidates are required to solve the question paper in the time frame of 20 minutes for each section. The composite mark of the paper is 100 and the passing marks is decided by IBPS that is likely to change every year depending on the level of difficulty of the exam.
S.No. Section No. of Questions
1 English Language 30
2 Numerical Ability 35
3 Reasoning Ability 35
Total 100

Phase-2: IBPS Clerk Mains Exam
IBPS Clerk 2021 Mains exam will also be an online exam. The question paper will contain 190 MCQs of 200 marks each. 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. The total time duration for this section will be 160 Minutes and each section has a separate timing. Exam Paper will be divided into five sections

S.No. Section     No. of Questions Duration
1 Reasoning\Computer Knowledge  50 45 minutes
2 English Language  40 35 minutes
3 Quantitative Aptitude      50 45 minutes
4 General Awareness(with special reference  to Banking Industry)  50 35 minutes
Total 190 160minutes

Document Verification:
After finding your name in the shortlisting candidates of mains examination, you will be called for the final process, that is, document verification round.  Your every document (which is mentioned below) will be checked and will be matched to the details which you had entered at the time of application form filling. I am providing the list of documents which the authorities ask you to bring for verification.

  • Printout of Valid Calls Letter

  • Valid System generated Online Application form

  • Date of Birth Proof

  • Photo Identity Proof

  • Graduation Mark sheet

  • If Applied for reservation Caste Certificate

  • Medical Certificate for Physically Disability candidates

  • Experience Certificates

  • NOC from department those candidates are pursuing in any Government Jobs / Public Sector Undertaking etc.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Syllabus:
IBPS Clerk 2021 exam syllabus for Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language is same for Preliminary and Mains Examination. In addition to these two, the other subjects are General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. The General Awareness is based on the Banking Sector awareness. Candidates should prepare as per the syllabus.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Syllabus for Preliminary exam 

The syllabus for this Prelims Exam includes three subjects- English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning. The prelims have sectional cutoff which implies that candidates must obtain the minimum qualifying marks in each section to clear the exam. Candidates must also meet the cutoff to qualify for Mains and theinterview round.

S.No  Quantitative aptitude Reasoning     English
1 Series completion Coding-decoding  Reading comprehension
2 Percentage     Distance and direction Close test (Fill in the blanks)
3 Simplification     Ranking and number  Error locations
4 Ratio and proportion Blood relation  Rearrangements
5  Average Mathematical operation  Sentence improvement
6 Problems on ages Sitting arrangements Synonyms/Antonyms
7 Profit and loss  Puzzle test   Fillers
8 Time and distance & Trains Syllogism     Alphabet test 
9 Boat and streams     
10 Time and work    
11 Quadratic equations    
12  Permutation & combination and probability     
13 Data Interpretation      

IBPS Clerk 2021 Syllabus for Mains exam 

The Syllabus for IBPS Clerk Main Exam includes 4 subjects- Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, English Language, Data Analysis and Interpretation, General Economy and Banking Awareness.

S.No   Data Analysis & Interpretation Reasoning & Computer Aptitude English     General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness
1 Number system Series completion  Error locations   Current affairs
2 HCF & LCM  Analogy Synonyms International economy
3 Decimal fraction Classification  Antonyms UNO
4 Square root & cube Root  Coding-decoding Phrasal Marketing
5 Percentage     Distance and direction Verbs Award & honors
6 Ratio and proportion  Ranking and number Preposition  Sports
7 Average Blood relation  Passage completion Finance
8 Simplification Mathematical operation  Fill in the blanks Agriculture
9 Quadratic equations Sitting arrangements Reading comprehensive History of banking
10 Problems on ages Puzzle test  Re arrangements Country currency capital
11 Partnership Venn diagram Sentence improvement Books & authors
12 Profit and loss Data sufficiency - Banking terms
13 Simple and compound interest     Input and output - Dams/Rivers/Temples
14 Allegation and mixture Eligibility test  - Nuclear/thermal power plant
15 Time and distance Statement conclusion - Banking Instruments
16 Trains Statement course of action - -
17 Boat and streams Statement assumptions - -
18 Pipe and cistern Basic computer knowledge - -
19 Mensuration 2D & 3D Number system - -
20 Permutation & combination Logic gates - -
21 Probability Network & DBMS - -

IBPS Clerk 2021: Pre - Exam Training

Bank may  arrange  pre-examination  training  at  certain  centres  for  SC/ST/Religious Minority Community candidates in consonance with the guidelines issued by Government of India. Candidates belonging to the above categories who desire to avail themselves of such  training  at  their  own  cost  may  indicate  to  that  effect  against  relevant  column  while applying on-line.

An Indicative List of IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Exam Training Centres:

North India South India East India West India
Agra Bangalore Agartala Ahmedabad
Allahabad Chennai Aizwal Akola
Bareilly Coimbatore Asansol Aurangabad
Chandigarh Ernakulam Bhubaneswar Indore
Dehradun Gulbarga Berhampur (Ganjam) Bhopal
Gorakhpur Hubli Dibrugarh Jabalpur
Jaipur Hyderabad Gangtok Mumbai
Kanpur Madurai Guwahati Nagpur
Lucknow Mysore Imphal Panaji (Goa)
Meerut Port Blair Itanagar Pune
NewDelhi Tirupati Kohima Raipur
Srinagar Vishakhapatnam Kolkata Vadodara
Varanasi Vijayawada Patna  

Bank  may  add  additional centers or  may  delete  some  of  the center  sindicated  for training. Candidates opting for pre-examination training should download their call letter for  training from  Bank's  website by  entering  their  registration  number  and  password/ date of birth. No hard copy of the call letter will be sent.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Salary:

IBPS Clerks get a decent IBPS Clerk Salary. The IBPS Clerk Salary is the sum of the Basic Pay and other allowances. This means the

minimum Basic Pay for IBPS Clerk is Rs 11,765 while the
maximum is Rs 31540
Initial Basic Pay –
increment of Rs 655 for three years
Rs 11765 with a yearly
Basic Pay after 3 years –
increment of Rs 815 for the next three years
Rs 13730 and yearly
Basic Pay after the next 3 years –
increment of Rs 980 for the next four years
Rs 16175 and yearly
Basic Pay after the next 4 years –
increment of Rs 1145 for the next 7 years
Rs 20095 and yearly
Basic Pay after next 7 years –
increment of Rs 2120 for next one year
Rs 28110 and yearly
Basic Pay after next 1 year –
increment of Rs 1310 for next one year

Rs 30230 and yearly

Basic Pay after next year

Rs 31540


The different allowances are tabulated below:

Special Allowance Initially, the Special Allowance is 7.5 percent of the Basic Pay. After completing one year of service. SpecialAllowance will be increased by Rs 400 to Rs 500
Dearness Allowance (DA) This component is 4 percent of the IBPS Clerk Basic Pay. DA depends on the CPI and is revised quarterly, i.e. after every three months.
House Rent Allowance (HRA) The HRA depends on the location of the posting.  It will be 8.5 percent of the Basic Pay for Metro Cities, 7.5 percent of the Basic Pay for cities having a population of more than 5 lakhs, and 6.5 percent of the Basic Pay for other cities.
Travel Allowance Expenses on official tours and travels will be reimbursed by the bank.
Medical Allowance This is paid once a year. For IBPS Clerks, the amount is fixed at Rs 2000.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Application Fees:
The category wise fee structure for IBPS Clerk 2020 exam online application is given below. Fee/Intimation charges once paid will NOT be refunded on any account nor can it be held in reserve for any other examination or selection. 

Sr. No. Category Application Fee
1 SC/ST/PWD Rs.175/- (Intimation Charges only)
2 General and Others Rs. 850/- (App. Fee including intimation charges)

The application fee must be paid before given deadline. The candidates can pay their exam fee using two methods: online mode and offline mode. The candidates usually prefer to pay their fee online because its hassle free and time saving process. The available online payment options are Paytm, GPay, and IDBI Netbanking.

IBPS Clerk 2021 Admit Card:
Candidates must download the IBPS Clerk 2020 admit card from the official website of the bank as the hard copy of the IBPS Clerk Admit Card will not be sent to the candidate via post. To login on the official website, the candidates will require the following:
• Registration No/Roll No
• Date of Birth/ Password

To Download IBPS Clerk 2020 Admit Card

IBPS Clerk 2020 Preliminary exam admit card will be released by IBPS for all candidates who have successfully submitted the online application for the same. IBPS will be organizing IBPS CLERK 2020 Prelims exam for the post of Clerical Cadre on 05.12.2020 & 12.12.2020. The admit card link for IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims exam has been published on 20th November 2020 at the official website IBPS.

IBPS Clerk 2020 Mains Admit Card

IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2020 will be released in the month of February 2021 as the exam is tentatively scheduled on 28th February 2021. The admit card link for the download of IBPS CLERK 2020 Mains exam will be published at least 10 days before the exam date i.e. on 18th February 2021 at the official website of IBPS.

IBPS Clerk Result
The results of IBPS will be released after completion of two Phase of Examination. The Final Merit state wise and category wise List shall be prepared in descending order of the marks secured by the candidates in the Online Main Examination. Candidates who fall within the number of vacancies in the merit list shall be considered for appointment for the post of clerk in Banks.

IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Result Out

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Board (IBPS) have declared the result of IBPS CLERK 2020 on 2nd January 2021.

All candidates can check IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Result at official website.

IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Score Card

The Scorecard for IBPS Clerk 2019 Preliminary exam will be released on 1st April 2021 at the official IBPS website www.ibps.in. The direct link to download IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020 Score card will be available at the official website.

IBPS Clerk 2020 Exam Analysis:

IBPS Clerk 2020 Pre Exam has been conducted on 5th, 12th & 13th Dec 2020. This year, IBPS Clerk Pre Exam was of Easy to Moderate level. The detailed exam analysis for the same is provided below.

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis : 05th December (1st Shift)

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis : 12th December (1st Shift)

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis : 12th December (2nd Shift)

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis : 12th December (3rd Shift)

IBPS Clerk 2019 Exam Analysis

First day, all slots of IBPS Clerk 2019 Pre Exam has been conducted on 7th Dec 2019 and it’s time to discuss the most awaited exam analysis of IBPS Clerk Preliminary 2019 Exam. This year, IBPS Clerk Pre Exam was of Easy to Moderate level. There were many new types of questions introduced in the reasoning and english section. IBPS Clerk Pre 2019 exam had 3 sections in the objective test comprising of 100 questions to be solved in 60 minutes.

  • Reasoning Ability
  • Numerical Ability
  • English Language

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis, Review 2019 : 07th December (1st Shift)

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis, Review 2019 : 07th December (2nd Shift)

IBPS Clerk Pre Exam Analysis, Review 2019 : 07th December (3rd Shift)

IBPS Clerk 2020 Cut-Off

IBPS is going to notify the IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Cut-Off and Score Card. Aspirant who have taken the exam can check the cut-off by clicking on the appropriate link. The link will be given below as soon as it will be updated at the official website of IBPS.

IBPS Clerk Final Cut Off 2018-19: Category-wise:

Let's have a look at the previous year cut-off for IBPS Clerk.

States Total Number
of Vacancies
Andaman & Nicobar    02 NA NA
Andhra Pradesh     759 50.98 48.1
Arunachal Pradesh    18 40.03 NA
Assam            111 49.83  44.2
Bihar             351 51.78 49.1
Chhattisgarh            202  49.88 48.05
Dadara & Nagar Haveli             05 44.25 NA
Daman & Diu             06 37.93 37.8
Delhi            418  55.83 50.6
Goa            44  48.93 48.1
Gujarat          1235   48.45  42.3
Haryana          167  56.43  50.03
Himachal Pradesh             188 53.05 45.15
Jammu & Kashmir         94  54.93   44
Jharkhand          352 50.63   46.03
Karnataka         967   51.95  49.8
Kerala            439  53.58 51.5
Lakshadweep         01  46.45   NA
Madhya Pradesh           745  51.18 47.05
Maharashtra            1480  50.08 48.2
Manipur           11 49.05  NA
Meghalaya            17  39.7 NA
Mizoram          06  54.73  NA
Nagaland         06  45.45   NA
Odisha          471   51.28  49.78
Puducherry             30 51.25 51.25
Punjab          550    56.58 48.45
Rajasthan          376  53.18  51.23
Sikkim           14 45.78  45.78
Tamil Nadu           1314 52.43  52.35
Telangana        582    51.75 49.5
Tripura          25   50.33  NA
Uttar Pradesh             2270 51.45 44.88
Uttarakhand           185 52.5  44.55
West Bengal            724 53.28  44.2
Overall Vacancies     14206    

The IBPS Clerk 2018-19 Prelims Cut-Off for General category is mentioned below

State Name Cut Off
Uttar Pradesh 74.00
Madhya Pradesh 71.25
Delhi 71.75
Gujarat 67.75
Bihar 73.50
Tamil Nadu 57.75
Odisha 72.75
Rajasthan 73.00
Haryana 73.00
Andhra Pradesh 75.75
Telangana 58.25
Karnataka 66.25
Himachal Pradesh 73.00
Jharkhand 74.00
Maharashtra 63.25
Assam 67.25
West Bengal 73.50
Punjab 73.25
Chandigarh 66.75

IBPS Clerk 2017-18 Final (Mains) Cut Off

IBPS has released IBPS Clerk 2017-18 final Cut-Off and result. The category wise IBPS Clerk 2017-18 Final Cut-Offs are mentioned below:

State/ UT
Andaman & Nicobar
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Dadar & Nagar Haweli
Daman & Diu
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Check here: IBPS Clerk 2019-20 State Wise Final Cut Off Marks

IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips 2020:
To begin your preparation, it is advisable to go through the syllabus first. The examination consists of five sections, which include: Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General Awareness (Part of Mains only), Computer Knowledge (Part of Mains) and English Language. To begin your preparation, start with practicing all the sections, at least one hour a day.
Start your preparation by making a study plan. Prepare a chart and divide your time according to the subjects. If you want to give more time to a particular subject, then plan your study schedule accordingly.

IBPS Clerk Reasoning Tips:-
Reasoning part is very important aspect of this exam. This part is useful because of the pattern of questions ask in this exam.
1. This section is very scoring so candidates needs to focus more on this part.
2. Most of questions in this sections are comprehensive type reasoning or we can say Puzzles. A paragraph is given to puzzled you & 4 to 5 questions asked related to that paragraph.
3. First do all simple Questions like coding decoding, inequality, syllogism etc then go for Puzzles.
4. So This part is very useful,  by solving Puzzles you can answer 5/ 6 questions within no time. so candidates needs to practice more questions of Comprehension type reasoning or Puzzled. This part take less time if you solve paragraph puzzles with full concentration.
5. There is drawback of Puzzles if you solve puzzle wrong, your all answers will be wrong. so candidates solve passage with Intelligence & Concentration.
6.    This part play a crucial role in deciding merit of candidates. Marks of candidates also depends on this section. So IBPS Aspirants ! Make Reasoning your main weapon in the exam for crack upcoming IBPS clerk exam.

Topics to focus :-  Seating Arrangements, Input-Output, Coding and de-coding, Problem Solving, Statement & Conclusion type questions, Blood Relation, Syllogism, Inequalities, Puzzles (Floor Based, Row & Order Based), Data Sufficiency, Decision Making.

IBPS Clerk English Tips:-
Another important & scoring part of IBPS clerk 2020 exam is General English. Candidate can score if they make proper time management.
1.    In this section candidates needs to focus more on selected topics like Errors, Fillers, Comprehension, Cloze Test.
2.    Comprehension in this exam is very lengthy. so candidates have to manage time to read whole passage & answer to the Questions.
3.    It is often seen that candidates seems this less scoring. But this part is easy to score & less time taking if proper preparation time is given to English.
4.    Candidates are advised to don’t leave English part less prepared as it is very useful in scoring marks in written exam.

Topics to focus :-  Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Sentence Improvement, Parajumbles, Cloze Passage, Comprehension Passage.
IBPS Clerk Quant/ Maths Tips:-
Aptitude is the section which play final role in the marks & Merit List of candidates. Candidates who scores in this section have fare chances to score high in this exam.
1.    Candidates are advised to save time from Reasoning, English & General Awareness as this part takes more time to solve the problems.
2.    Questions in this section will be less tough compared to IBPS PO exam.
3.    Calculation is questions are time taking, so candidates have to manage time for solving questions.
4.    Don’t take much time on one question. Solve question according to their merit.
5.    Focus on all  question related to Data Interpretation, Number Series & Simplification.
6.    Candidates can make strategy about how many no. of questions to be solve in Aptitude part with giving proper attention to all other sections because it is not practically possible to solve all 40 Questions in given time. Topic oriented scheme is useful for problem solving.

Topics to focus :-  Decimal and Fractions, Simplification, Number Series, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Data Sufficiency, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Time and distance, Problems on Sharing, Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart, Radar Chart, Table Chart, Missing Data Interpretation.
IBPS Clerk General Awareness Tips:-
Nowadays General Awareness is Key part to score in the exam. Candidates who are upto date about facts & news of everyday aspects score more marks in this section.
In IBPS exams mostly questions of General Awareness are asked from Current Affairs.Focus mainly on current affairs related to Banking & Finance Sector.
  1. Current affairs of National & International news, Important dates, Current Science, Technology, Sports & Culture are topics from which questions will be ask.
  2. Some questions are related to Banking & Marketing.
  3. Candidates are advised to sharpen their axe on daily current affairs by reading newspaper, magazines related to current affairs.
  4. Candidates can answer only those questions on which they are fully confident because their is negative marking. Wrong answer lessen your chances for selection.
Important Topics are : 
  • Current Affairs (National and International), 
  • Major Financial / Economic News, 
  • Budget and Five Year Plans, Sports, 
  • Books and Authors,
  •  Awards and Honors, Science – Inventions and Discoveries, 
  • Abbreviations,
  • Important Days ,International and National Organizations are some  related topics                                  
IBPS Clerk Computer Tips:-
In IBPS exams there is additional part of questions related to Computer Knowledge compare to SSC exam. In this section Many questions are asked from Computer Knowledge.
  1. In this section question are asked from topics related to Basic of Computers, Computer Organization, Generations of computer, Input & Output Device, Shortcuts & Basic knowledge MS word, MS Excel, MS power point, Memory Orientation, Internet, LAN, WAN, Modem, Computer Abbreviations, Modern day Technology.
  2. Candidates can easily score in this sections because syllabus is not so vast. Questions ask on operations which a persons generally done on computers.
  3. This part is less time taking also so it can help in solving more no. of questions in Reasoning & Aptitude.
Important Tips for IBPS Clerk mains Exam
  1. Don’t Bother about Cut Off, Focus on Accuracy, Speed.
  2. If any Section out of 4 Section is week then Do only those Question in which you are fully confident.
  3. Try to get More Marks from the Sections which are your Strength.
  4. Give Equal Time for Each Section according to Your Strategy.
  5. It is better to complete exam in two Phases. In first phase, Do all those Questions which are less time Taking. If you have done these Questions in Less time then It will be huge bonus to you.
  6. It is better to solve Puzzles in Last, if Time Permits. Give Exam with Full Confidence as You are Preparing Hard for this. Give your 100% in Exam.

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IBPS Clerk 2020 Exam FAQs:

1. How many vacancies are announced for IBPS clerk in 2020?
There are total of 2557 vacancies announced by IBPS for the requirement of clerk 2020.

2. When will the IBPS clerk 2020 pre-examination be conducted?
The preliminary examination will be conducted on 5, 12 & 13 December 2020.

3. What is the eligibility criteria for IBPS clerk 2020?
The minimum qualification for the exam is graduation from any stream from a university recognized by the Govt. of India or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central  Goverment. the candidate should posses in the local / official language of the state from which he/she wishes to apply i.e. is candidate should know how to read/write and speak the local language of the concerned state.

4. I am less than 19 year old, am I eligible to apply IBPS clerk 2020?
Sorry, you are not eligible to apply this exam because the minimum age required is 20 years and the maximum age is 28 years.

5.  I have scored 50% marks in graduation, Am I eligible for IBPS clerk 2020?
Yes you are eligible for the exam because there is not percentage criterion for this exam.

6.  I am pursuing graduation in last semester/final year; can I apply for IBPS clerk 2020?
No,the candidates who have given their final year/last semester exam are not eligible to apply for this recruitment. You have to fill the overall degree percentage while filing the application form.

7.  How many attempts are there for IBPS clerk 2020?
There is no restriction on number of attempts.
8.  Should I be careful while selecting the region?
Yes, as you should be proficient in that region's regional language and you might have to undergo a language proficiency test in selection procedure.

9. When will the registration start to fill the application form for IBPS Clerk 2020?
Start of online application - 2 September 2020
End of online application - 23 September 2020
Registration Link Reactivated - 23 Oct to 6 Nov 2020
10. When will the main examination be conducted?
The main Exam of IBPS Clerk 2020 will be conducted on 24 Jan 2021.

11. How many banks are participating in the IBPS CWE Clerk-VII Recruitment Process?
There are total 19 banks, which are participating in the IBPS CWE Clerk
Allahabad Bank Canara bank Indian overseas bank UCO bank
Andhra bank Central Bank of India Oriental Bank of Commerce United Bank of India
Bank of Baroda Corporation Bank Punjab National Bank Union Bank of India
Bank of India Dena Bank Punjab & Sind Bank Vijaya Bank
Bank of Maharashtra Indian Bank Syndicate bank -
12. I have cleared the overall cut off of pre/main examination of IBPS Clerk but I didn’t clear the sectional cut off of quantitative aptitude, Am I eligible for mains/interview?
sorry, you are not eligible for the next tier, you must have to clear the sectional cut off of each section.
13. Is there any age relaxation in IBPS Clerk?
Yes there is age relaxation for SC, ST, OBC, PWD, Ex serviceman  and other categories as follows:
Sr.  No Category Age Relaxation
1 Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe 5 years
2 Other Backward Classes 3 years
3 Persons With Disability     10 years
4 Ex-Servicemen/Disabled Ex-Servicemen    Actual period of service rendered in the defense forces + 3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 15 years
5 Widows Divorced women and women legally separated from their husbands who have not remarried     9 years
6 Persons ordinarily domiciled in the Kashmir Division of the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period 1-1-80 to 31-12-89    5 years
7 Persons affected by 1984 riots   5 years

Regular employees of the Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from service (Applicable to Madhya Pradesh state only)   

5 years