IBPS RRB Prelims exam 2019: Result likely to be out soon, check all details here

IBPS RRB prelim exam 2019 result is expected to be released this week.

IBPS RRB prelim exam 2019 result is expected to be released this week.

The IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims exam result is expected to be released by the end of this week on or before ibps.in. The IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims 2019 or IBPS RRB office Assitant Prelims exams for Kashmir were concluded yesterday i.e. September 29, 2019.

Candidates who have appeared for the examination are advised to keep checking the official website for latest updates. According to the media reposts, the results are expected to be released by October 4 on the official website IBPS.

However, there has been no official confirmation on the result dates as yet. Officials have suggested that the results would be released soon now’.

IBPS RRB PO Main: Exam dates

The IBPS RRB PO Main exam is scheduled to be conducted on October 13, 2019, and the IBPS RRB Clerk 2019 exam is likely to be conducted on October 20, 2019.

The admit card for the IBPS RRB PO Main Exam 2019 will also be released this week.

IBPS RRB PO Main: Exam pattern

This time there are slight changes made to the exam pattern to include regional language in the exam.

Candidates will have to option to opt the main exam in regional language rather than only English or Hindi.

IBPS is currently in the process of various examinations. The IBPS PO Prelims 2019 examination would also be released soon. The preliminary examinations are scheduled for October 12, 13, 19 and 20.

IBPS RRB PO Main: Other details

IBPS is also accepting applications for IBPS Clerk 2019-20 examinations at present. The IBPS Clerk 2019 registration process would end on October 9, 2019. The IBPS Clerk Prelims 2019 would be conducted on December 7, 8, 14 and 21. The main examination is scheduled for January 19.

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IBPS RRB PO Prelims Result 2019: Score Card released on ibps.in, direct link to check scores here

IBPS RRB PO Prelims 2019 scorecard has been released by the Institute. The scorecard can be checked by the appeared candidates on the official site of IBPS at ibps.in. Details here.

IBPS RRB PO Prelims Result 2019

IBPS RRB PO Prelims Result 2019  |  Photo Credit: Times Now

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has released IBPS RRB PO Prelims 2019 scorecard today, September 23, 2019. The scorecard would be available for appeared candidates on the official site of IBPS at ibps.in from today evening. Candidates can check their scores can logging into the account. The Institute has released IBPS RRB PO Prelims Result 2019 on September 16, 2019.

The result was available for appeared candidates from September 16 to September 22, 2019.  The preliminary examination was conducted by the Institute on August 3 and 4, 2019 at various centers across the country. Candidates can check the scores by following these simple steps given below.

IBPS RRB PO Prelims 2019 scorecard: How to check

  • Visit the official site of IBPS at ibps.in.
  • Click on IBPS RRB PO Prelims Score Card 2019 link available on the top of the page running in the ticker.
  • A new page will open where candidates will have to log in to the account to check the scores.
  • Enter the registration number and password and click on login.
  • Your scores will be displayed on the screen.
  • Check the scores and keep a hard copy of the same for further need.

Candidates who will qualify the preliminary examination will have to appear for the main examination. The mains written examination will comprise of 5 sections- Reasoning, Computer Knowledge, General Awareness, English/Hindi language, and Quantitative Aptitude. IBPS RRB recruitment 2019 will fill in 8400 Office Assistant and Officer Scale I, II and III in various regional rural banks in the nation. More details is available on the official site of IBPS.

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IBPS PO MT PET Admit Card Out @ibps.in: Check IBPS PO/MT Admit Card 2019 Release Date Here

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IBPS PO MT Admit Card 2019: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has released the Pre-Examination Training (PET) call letter for the recruitment of ‘Probationary Officers and Management Trainee’ in Participating Organisations – (CRP PO/MT-IX).

Candidates belong to SC/ST/ Minority Communities at  certain centres, such as  Agartala,  Agra,  Ahmedabad,  Allahabad,  Amritsar, Aurangabad, Balasore, Behrampur  (Ganjam),  Bengaluru, Bhopal,   Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai,   Coimbatore, Dehradun, Dhanbad, Gorakhpur, Gulbarga, Guwahati, Hubli, Hyderabad, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jammu, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Karnal, Kavaratti,  Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ludhiana etc., can download their IBPS PO MT Call letter from the official website.

IBPS PO MT PET Admit Card link is also given below. Candidates can get the PET Call Letter, from 16 September to 28 September 2019, by entering their login credentials viz. Registration No and Password/DOB along with Captcha for verification. IBPS PO/MT PET will be held from 23 September to 28 September 2019.

IBPS PO Prelims Exam is scheduled to be conducted on 12 Oct 2019, 13 Oct 2019, 19 Oct 2019 and 20 Oct 2019.IBPS PO Admit Card will be released in the last week of September or first week of October 2019. IBPS PO result will be released in October2019. Candidates who will qualify in the prelims exam will be called for IBPS PO Mains Exam.

IBPS PO MT exam will have questions from English Language (30 Questions), Quantitative Aptitude (35 Questions), and Reasoning Ability (35 Questions), of 100 marks.

How to download IBPS PO/MT Admit Card 2019?

  • Go to the official website of IBPS i.e. www.ibps.in
  • Click on the link for downloading the IBPS PO call letter given on the home page.
  • Enter your details via Registration No / Roll No and DOB along with Captcha for verification
  • Download IBPS PO Prelims Admit Card

The exam is being conducted to fill up 4336 Probationary Officers and Management Trainee vacancies in various India.

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The new marketing standard requires the right data and content

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Everyone wants to write amazing customer-focused content, although it’s often easier said than done. There are many reasons why, but most come down to one key thing: having the right data to know what content to create – and where to deliver it.

A new report from Uberflip and Heinz Marketing, The New Marketing Standard, a Benchmark Report, surveyed 283 marketers to understand how they felt about the content they are creating today and its role in the B2B buyer’s journey. And the findings agree data is critical.

But first, what is the new marketing standard?

The new standard is centered around a buyer experience that’s built around ease of access and discovery, frictionless consumption, personalized and relevant suggestions, and curated engagement paths – a buyer experience designed to delight, engage, enable, and empower better decisions.

It’s about the right content

The importance of content in the buyer’s journey is pretty much a given, but that doesn’t mean marketers are good at creating and leveraging it. In this study, 48.4% said it was either not or somewhat effective. It seems like effectiveness is more of a problem for the technology industry compared to financial services, healthcare or manufacturing industries. Why? The thinking is that tech is a faster-moving industry and it’s challenging to keep up with what’s changing, and that means content is often outdated before you hit publish.

The answer to fix the problem isn’t about money. It’s about the right strategy.

We saw that a minority 4% of respondents with effective content spend less than a quarter of their budget generating demand. On the other hand, nearly 1 in 5 respondents with ineffective content spend over 75% of their budget to generate demand.

Simply spending money isn’t enough to dictate whether your content will be effective. To reliably find success, content needs to be created, produced, and utilized strategically.

Here’s another interesting finding:

Almost 47% of marketers aren’t great at supporting the content needs of other parts of the organization. The focus for many, it seems, is on the needs of marketing – brand awareness and lead generation. This problem appears to correlate directly with whether the brand has effective or ineffective content: ineffective content is not widely shared.

The idea of a content center of excellence would help alleviate the challenge of not creating content for other parts of the business. It might move content development out of marketing, or broaden the role of the content development team within marketing, to support the content needs of all parts of an organization. I would also suggest that a marketing team whose primary focus is brand awareness and lead generation is missing opportunities to meet and support customers and potential customers. As Jay Acunzo, from MarketingShowrunners says, “Great marketing isn’t about who arrives; it’s about who stays.”

Creating better content marketing programs

It all comes down to creating a strong and scalable content marketing program. When these marketers were asked what is lacking in their current content marketing program, personalization topped the list, following by having enough content and the right variety of content. Number four on the list was a lack of data/insights on what content works.

However, as the report points out, you need data/insights to prevent the top three program deficiencies.

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From The New Marketing Standard, from Uberflip and Heinz Marketing

Marketers in this report said that personalization was their biggest problem and listed it as their number one area for improvement.

Personalization facilitates relationships. It shows your audience that you not only know them, but that you care about their outcomes. Today, successful sales and marketing relies on knowing your audience to a much greater degree – to understand where they’re coming from, what they’re looking for, and what they want to achieve. And today’s buyer has come to expect that same level of attention.

The most common type of personalization the marketers do is persona-based (title, pain point, role, and responsibility), followed by company, buying stage, level of intent or behaviors, time or situation-based, and 1:1 personalization.

Improving the level of actionable data/insights comes in at number two. I would shift those two priorities around.

If you think about what’s wrong with most brand web experiences, does a personalized experience come to the top of your list? Maybe it depends on what type of personalization we’re talking about because there are several levels, not all of which are critical. Also, personalization of any type requires a solid understanding of your customers and what content works for them at different stages. That requires data. So, shouldn’t  data and insights be number one?

The marketers did, however, indicate that if they could add one thing to their current content marketing program, it would be better insights into content performance.

Let’s focus on improving data to improve insights and decisions

The biggest challenge with marketing data is that it’s in many different marketing technologies and as much as marketers would like their marketing stack to play nicely together, for many it’s still very siloed.

It’s no small job to integrate your marketing solutions, so what many marketers still find themselves doing is moving from one solution to another, pulling the data they need and then trying to match it together in a way that makes sense. Others tend to focus on only one or two datasets from key applications, running the risk of not seeing the full picture.

There are solutions out there that can help, like customer data platforms and data management platforms but some are for marketing data only. What’s needed is a complete data view of the customer journey to help marketers figure out the full content strategy. Even if a marketer does bring a tech solution in-house to give them a wider view of the customer, many don’t have the knowledge or resources to leverage it effectively.

Every marketer wants to be data-driven. Every marketer wants to create personalized content-driven experiences. The question is, what’s the best path to get there?

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Brand Personality: Not Just Marketing Fluff

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Brand has changed a lot in the digital age, from complete ownership by the company establishing the brand, now to complete ownership by consumers who engage with the brand. Consumers may start with that initial brand message but ultimately embrace it unexpected ways which ultimately do define the brand. In other words, you can want your brand to stand for something, but it won’t if the people you’re targeting don’t buy into that. JCPenney and Ron Johnson’s attempt to remake the chain appeal to a younger, hipper audience are a now-classic example of how it’s always consumers who win when it comes to who ultimately gets to define your brand.

Since the time when consumers firmly took the reins from companies over who gets to define the brand, there has been the additional complication of Millennials, who want more from their brands than just values or attributes. They want their brands to stand for something. At the same time, their willingness to engage with brands has shifted away from passively consuming advertising to wanting to interact more directly – and they prefer to do that primarily through digital channels like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

Brands now have to operate in this interactive space. To-date, most of them haven’t figured that out, and the old tools of brand and marketing haven’t served them well in navigating the shift. But in the end it’s not about the tools so much as redefining how those tools are used.

The Term “Persona” Has Baggage

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In marketing, the term “persona” has been so overused that if it comes up in conversation today it is more likely to be met with groans than with enthusiasm. It was originally applied to consumer segments, as a mechanism for bringing life to what was ultimately a collection of averaged attributes. This was helpful in turning a pile of data into something that people could relate to, but I think part of its downfall was that it created a false sense that the company “knew” its customers, because “Look, my customer segmentations have names and jobs and pretty stock photo images attached to them, so I must know exactly who they are!”

The problem is that averages (even in carefully crafted customer segmentations) hide a lot of variability. I might fit most of the profile attributes of a soccer mom, but if you called me that I would laugh at you. “Soccer mom” was initially most useful to car companies looking to sell minivans – which in turn became such a shortcut way to identify a soccer mom that it became a self-reinforcing attribute.

Me, on the other hand – I would rather die than own a minivan and am proud of the fact that I have nearly finished navigating my kids’ non-driving years having never owned one. If you tried to target me based on the assumption that I followed all of the attributes of a soccer mom, rather than just “most” of them, you would be demonstrating to me your actual lack of understanding of me and your total irrelevancy to my life and needs. When brands operate by assuming that the persona is the segment, they lose because there are just too many places where you can get it wrong, and with the attention span of today’s consumers, if you get it wrong even once, that may be the only chance a consumer gives you.

When it comes to brand, though, persona is not total garbage – if we can get past the baggage associated with how it was used in the past. “Persona” in customer segmentation was trying to put one face on something that actually represented a large group of unique individuals. That was always doomed to fail. Brand, though, should be clean and concise and cohesive – and should only represent one thing. One company, one brand. And therefore, one face.

But wait, you say. It may be one brand, but it is represented by many different people. In retail, there are potentially millions of store associates out there representing the brand every day – before we even start bringing marketing people into play. So how do you reconcile one face against all of these faces?

One Face, Many Voices

Yes it’s true that store associates are a varied group and hopefully bring their own personalities to the brand in a way that is authentic to both themselves and the brand. I would distinguish that by thinking about “one face but many voices”. I’ll come back to that in a couple paragraphs.

But let’s go back to the idea that Millennials (and, let’s face it, Gen Z and increasingly a growing number of older generations that have given in to the social media void). They want to engage with brands in digital channels first. And they are very adept at blocking or ignoring any of the traditional forms of “interruption media” where brands historically had their chance to make a case for consumers to get to know them.

Digital – especially social media – is the great leveler when it comes to brand. Unless you want to confuse customers, you pretty much only get one social profile for your whole company. And your social profile is the same size and is fighting for consumer attention with the same exact set of tools as anybody else (sometimes juiced by ad dollars, but again – easily ignored). When I talk to small retailers bemoaning how to compete against Amazon, my first question is, what are you doing on social media? Because the smallest small business looks exactly the same size as Amazon does on Facebook – the dimensions of your profile page are the same. What you get surfaced in a post is the same size.

You get one profile page for your brand. That’s it. Yes, brands often establish other accounts, sometimes for corporate giving, sometimes for recruiting, things that focus on different aspects of what the company is trying to accomplish. But when it comes to the flagship, “who are we and what do we stand for” brand communication, you get one page. One face. I haven’t seen any company try to avoid that flagship brand profile by giving over all brand communication to a bunch of individuals like “Jane Smith23, brand ambassador”. There is one brand and one face to that brand.

have seen companies actually try to shut down all those thousands or millions of brand representatives that exist in stores or within corporate headquarters. I’ve seen them try to force everything back to the corporate message, trying to silence voices so that they don’t accidentally do something that is not “on brand” (or worse, embarrassing, offensive, or illegal). I understand the impulses that drive those behaviors – Taco Bell Nachos guy, anyone? But even though you pretty much have no choice but to fire a guy who posts pictures of himself allegedly peeing on a plate of nachos in what appears to be the restaurant’s kitchen or food storage area, there’s also a recognition that this one employee is (hopefully) not representative of the brand as a whole. There is definitely lack of judgment at play, whether just at the individual employee level, or at the level of the manager who hired him, but that’s different than an overall brand statement.

Over time, brands are getting better at working with this one face/many voices model. Walmart once experimented with a social profile of an alleged employee (some people suspected it was all made up) named Kevin. Kevin was supposed to offer insights into life as a Walmart employee (I would link to it but the profile is lost to the depths of Google, in part swamped by the fact that Walmart has a director of communications now who is also – coincidentally? – named Kevin). Kevin’s profile was one early attempt at providing a way for employees to both be themselves and a brand ambassador (no matter how cringeworthy and PR-washed his profile was).

The pendulum has swung far since then, with the most recent public attempt coming from Macy’s. The company created “Style Crew”, a way for employees to use both their own social savvy and the fact that they work for Macy’s in order to make some extra coin. Individual voices, supported by a brand.

A Brand Face, Not A Bland Face

This progress is all good. Brands should not be stifling the voices of their most passionate advocates – namely, the people who decided to tie their own economic fate to that of the company they represent. Employees. But all that progress has happened on the “many voices” side of the equation, not on the “one face” side.

When you look at brands’ social profiles, they are as corporate lawyer sanitized as you can get. Offend no one. Say nothing of meaning or import. Drive as relentlessly positive, sanitized message as possible. And then, if you’re not stuffing that feed full of posts exhorting how awesome your company is, you’d better be stuffing that feed full of products and promotions, because otherwise, why are we paying this social media intern anyway?

This is the state of brands’ faces. In the place where consumers are most likely to find them, brands are doing the least to get their attention. If Facebook is a cocktail party where everyone is chatting and joking and getting to know each other, your brand is “that guy” – the one going around talking about how awesome he is, and by the way do you want to buy some stuff from me?

The level of blandness is so bad, that when KFC – who has a natural, in-built brand persona in the Colonel, which they have been using to great effect – actually went viral and made news for unfollowing everyone on Twitter except for eleven people: six guys named Herb and the five former Spice girls, a reference to KFC’s recipe of “eleven herbs and spices”. And then they one-upped their own game, by rewarding the guy who first spotted it (the portrait they sent is truly awesome).

Personality is Effectively Free

What does KFC have that everyone else seems to lack? You guessed it: personality. Now, personality will only take you so far. At some point you have to execute on the promises made by that personality. If KFC is fun and edgy online, but then you go to a KFC restaurant and have a horrible experience, I would consider that a wasted opportunity. But guess what? That opportunity cost them the price of a social media intern (and the cost of a fantastically horrible painting, but that’s still way less than the equivalent spend on ad words required to get the same exposure).

And that’s the point. Other than the cost of a social media jockey, personality costs nothing to execute. It does require a strong brand to serve as a compass for both what is going to resonate and what is appropriate. And it requires some people who have been steeped in what the brand stands for enough that they can both come up with brilliant ideas like eleven “Herbs and Spices”, and also interact with others spontaneously on social media – as Wendy’s does very well.

It’s also probably not a coincidence that Wendy’s, like KFC, has a natural “persona” in the Wendy mascot. The company has not chosen to leverage her in that way (though consumers have), probably out of respect for the real Wendy, but that still works out just fine. It’s not about what Wendy’s wants in that regard, it’s about how consumers connect. As a new generation embraces the Wendy’s brand, a generation that is unfamiliar with the real Wendy’s backstory, then the brand has a mascot ready-made to come to life in digital spaces.

What If You Don’t Have a Natural Mascot?

Companies that don’t already have a built-in mascot don’t necessarily need to run out and gin one up. The face of a brand doesn’t need to have a literal face to resonate with consumers. The first place to focus is on brand values, and what those values imply about a personality. In other words, what kind of person would share these values?

There are other questions to ask, and things to think about, in creating a brand personality. And that will be my focus in this month’s series of articles. How do you define a brand personality? What is that personality’s values and passions? If your brand was a person, who would they be?

It wasn’t that long ago that these questions would’ve been scoffed at by anyone but the fluffiest of fluffy marketing people. In the age of digital, however, they are questions that could very well be the difference between customer relevancy and bankruptcy. And that’s not fluffy at all.

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Lionsgate Play launches their first marketing campaign with Havas Creative

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Premium entertainment service Lionsgate Play has launched its first marketing campaign. It has awarded its creative mandate to Havas Creative India, the business will be handled by the agency’s Mumbai office.

For the brand’s launch campaign Lionsgate and Havas Creative decided to go with a clutter breaking quirky out of home campaign that has gone live across Delhi, Mumbai and Pune.

“We have always taken a bold stand, be it content where our super heroes are un-conventional like Hunger Games or while establishing a brand image, we like to be fearlessly bold in our approach. While OTT is an exciting category with many brands focusing on key titles to market themselves, we are looking at a consumer connect early in our journey so we can be relevant to our core audiences,” Rohit Jain, MD Lionsgate Play, India, said.

The idea is to showcase multiple genres of movies to the same consumer emphasising the breadth of Lionsgate Play’s premium content offering hence the brand tapped into prime outdoor presence in select pockets across the city.

“In a content- first era, Lionsgate Play brings a great mix of premium quality content to the Indian audiences, given our Havas Vivendi offering in India, which has content at its core, our partnership seems perfect. We look forward to building a differentiated and unique positioning for brand Lionsgate Play in dynamic Indian market,” Arindam Sengupta, managing partner – West and South, Havas Mumbai, said.

The campaign is also tapping digital platforms where the call to action will be stronger and lead the user directly to the streaming partner’s app.

“The idea emerged from the insight that one could watch blockbusters anywhere with LionsGate Play. And that too blockbusters from every genre. This led to a clutter breaking campaign that attracts eye balls with its witty innuendos and its quirky approach,” Gururaj Rao, executive creative director, Havas Mumbai, said.

Lionsgate Play, a premium streaming service from Lionsgate India and Starz, offers curated Hollywood content for the Indian consumers, with a large extent of the content available in multiple Indian languages.

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IBPS Clerk Notification 2019 PDF (12075 Vacancies): Apply @ ibps.in – Check Eligibility & Dates

IBPS Clerk Notification 2019: Bank Job Recruitment for clerical cadre begins @ ibps.in. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) releases PDF Download format Notification for Common Recruitment Process (CRP) CLERKS-IX @ ibps.in to fill 12075 vacancies for Clerical Cadre in over 17 Public Sector Banks. IBPS Clerk Online Application Form 2019 will be available from 17 September. Interested candidates can apply for the IBPS Clerk 2019 recruitment online till 9th October 2019. Check here the IBPS Clerk 2019 State-wise Vacancy Details, Application Process, Eligibility and Important Dates.

IBPS will be conducting the IBPS Clerk Prelims 2019 exam on 7th, 8th, 14th and 21st December 2019. The exam will be conducted online across various centres in India. IBPS Clerk Exam 2019 will be a two-phased process involving – Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. Candidates need to qualify each stage to fetch a Clerk job in the public sector banks. The participating banks in the IBPS Clerk 2019 Recruitment are – Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank, Corporation Bank,  Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, OBC, PNB, Punjab & Sind Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Union Bank of India and United Bank of India.

IBPS Clerk Notification 2019 State-wise Vacancy Details

State Total Vacancies
Andaman & Nicobar Island 14
Andhra Pradesh  777
Arunachal Pradesh 11
Assam 189
Bihar 295
Chandigarh 64
Chhattisgarh  174
Dadra & Nagar Haveli 4
Daman & Diu  4
Delhi 525
Goa 67
Gujarat 600
Haryana 328
Himachal Pradesh 129
Jammu & Kashmir 63
Jharkhand 141
Karnataka 953
Kerala 349
Lakshadweep 1
Madhya Pradesh 440
Maharashtra 1257
Manipur 11
Meghalaya 7
Mizoram 9
Nagaland 11
Odisha 417
Puducherry 44
Punjab 634
Rajasthan 325
Sikkim 23
Tamil Nadu 1379
Telangana 612
Tripura 53
Uttar Pradesh 1203
Uttarakhand 117
West Bengal 847
Total 12075

IBPS Clerk 2019: Important Dates

IBPS released the IBPS Clerk Notification on 12 September 2019. The IBPS Clerk 2019 Application Process will begin from 17 September 2019. Here we have listed all the important dates of the IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2019. Have a look:

Event Date
Release of IBPS Clerk 2019 Notification 12 September 2019
Beginning of Online Application Process 17 September 2019
Last Date to Apply Online 9 October 2019
Download of Pre- Exam Training call letters November 2019
Pre-Exam Training (PET) 2019 25 – 30 November 2019
Release of IBPS Clerk Prelims Admit Card 2019 November 2019
IBPS Clerk Prelims 2019 Exam Date 7th, 8th, 14th and 21st December 2019
Result Declaration of IBPS Clerk Prelims 2019 December-January 2019
Release of IBPS Clerk Mains Admit Card 2019 January 2020
IBPS Clerk Mains 2019 Exam Date 19 January 2020
Result Declaration of IBPS PO Mains 2019 December 2019
Provisional Allotment April 2020

IBPS Clerk 2019 Application Process

Eligible candidates who aspire to join the Public Sector Banks as Clerk can apply for the IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2019 from 17th September onwards. The last date to apply online is 9th October 2019. The IBPS Clerk Online Application Form 2019 will be active for just 23 days. Check here the detailed IBPS Clerk Application Process 2019:

Step 1 – Visit official website ibps.in

Step 2 – Click on Apply for CRP CLERKS-IX

Step 3 – Enter your Credentials – Personal, Academic & Communication information

Step 4 – Upload Scanned Photograph & Signature

Step 5 – Pay application fee

Step 6 – Submit & save the confirmation page

IBPS Clerk 2019 Eligibility, Age Limit, Educational Qualification

IBPS Clerk Nationality: Candidate must be either Citizen of India/Subject of Nepal or Bhutan/Tibetan Refugee who settled in India before January 1962/Person of Indian origin who migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries, Zaire, and Vietnam. The East African Countries could be Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Malawi, and Zambia.

IBPS Clerk Age Limit: The Minimum Age Limit is 20 Years and the Maximum age limit is 28 years. However, there is upper age relaxation for various categories. Have a look:

Category Age Relaxation
SC/ST 5 years
OBC 3 years
Person with Disabilities 10 years
Ex-Servicemen / Disabled Ex-Servicemen Period of Service + 3 Years
Widows/divorced women/Unmarried Women legally separated from their husbands 9 Years
Persons affected by 1984 riots/ Persons domiciled in J&K from January 1980 to December 1989/Regular employees of the Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal 5 years

IBPS Clerk Educational Qualifications: Candidates need to possess a Graduation Degree from a recognised University. It is necessary for candidates to indicate the percentage obtained in Graduation while filling the IBPS Clerk Online Application Form 2019.

Preference: Candidates having proficiency in the Official Language of the State or UT for which he or she has applied is preferable.

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Major Changes Introduced to Delhi SC Scholarship Scheme

NEW DELHI: Delhi Government decided to open Delhi SC Scholarship Scheme, Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojana, for Other Backward Castes (OBCs) and the General category students. Also, the financial assistance provided under this scheme has been increased from Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 1,00,000.

To avail benefits under this scheme, the family annual income of the applicant should be less than Rs. 8 Lakhs and he/she must be a resident of Delhi. Students who have passed 10th and 12th class ( or studying in class XII) from the schools in Delhi are eligible for the scholarship.

Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojna was launched by the Delhi government in January 2018 for the students of Schedule Caste (SC) who want to prepare for various competitive examinations such as UPSC, SSC, Banking Railways or Entrance examinations of Engineering, Medical, etc.

Implemented by the Department for the welfare of SC/ST/OBC Minorities, the objective of this scheme is to provide financial assistance to the economically backward student of the state.

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IBPS RRB PO Result 2019 to be out soon, here is how to check online

IBPS RRB PO Result 2019 to be out soon, here is how to check online

IBPS RRB PO Result 2019: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection or IBPS is expected to announce IBPS RRB PO Result 2019 soon on its official website. IBPS RRB preliminary exam for the post of Officer Scale 1 (PO) in Regional Rural Banks (RRB) was conducted in August 2019.

Once the IBPS RRB PO releases the results, all the candidates can check their respective scores on the official website of IBPS, i.e ibps.in. The IBPS Preliminary Officer Scale-I examination was conducted on August 3, 4 and 11 at various test centres across India.

How to check IBPS RRB PO result 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website of IBPS
Step 1: On the homepage, look for the link which says “IBPS RRB PO Prelims Result 2019′
Step 1: PDF file names of candidates selected for the next round will be displayed
Step 1: Check your name and roll number in the list
Step 1: Download it and take a print out of the same for future reference.

There are as many as 3,688 vacancies assigned to Office Assistant, 3315 for Officer Scale-I, 1174 for Officer Scale-II, and 157 for Officer Scale-III. The selection of the candidates in IBPS PO will be done on the basis of the following:

1. Prelims exam
2. Main exam
3. Interview round

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection or IBPS is a recruitment body that handles recruitment and placement of young graduates in public sector banks (PSBs) in India, other than the State Bank of India (SBI).

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IBPS Clerk 2020 Notification to be Announced by the Coming Week

IBPS Clerk 2020 Notification to be Announced

IBPS Clerk 2020 Notification

The notification for IBPS Clerk 2020 is expected to be released the coming week by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. Candidates can check the information once it is published from the official website, www.ibps.in .

The tentative date of release of the notification is the second week of September. The announcement can be downloaded once it is released on the official website.

Last year, the notification was out of 14th September 2018, and the exam was conducted on 8th December 2019. This year the date is not yet out. As per the official calendar, the IBPS Clerk 2019 prelims will be on 7th, 8th, 14th and 15th December 2019. The main exam will be on 19th January 2020. The confirmation is yet to be done by the IBPS board.

Eligibility Criteria for IBPS Clerk 2020:

  • Candidates must have a graduation degree in any discipline from a government recognised University.
  • The age of the applicant must not be less than 20 years and more than 28 years of age.

IBPS Clerk 2020 selection process:

  • The exam will be in two phases, prelims and mains.
  • The result of the final exams will be given weightage.
  • Prelims paper will have 100 questions of 1 mark each.
  • The duration of the exam will be 1 hour.
  • The question paper will have items from the English language, numerical ability, and reasoning ability.

The number of vacancies will be same as per the previous year. Candidates must keep an eye on the official website for more updates and information.

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