IBPS PO EXAM 2021, Eligibility, Dates, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Salary, Application Fee, and Form Filling Process
IBPS PO EXAM Overview
This year it has been a tough ride with job cuts, industry shutdown, pay scale reduction, stress of work from home due to the global pandemic of Covid19.
But, there has been one sector which more or less kept working and was least affected by it which is the Indian Banking Sector. Banks were still open during the 3 months lockdown through which the country went and the workers kept on putting their work ensuring a smooth operation of finances.
Unfortunately a sizeable number of Bank Officials fell prey to the virus too. Some came out of it, some succumbed but the Indian Banking Sector ran smoothly. Ensuring that the common man didn’t had to suffer in this pandemic.
That’s why in India the role and place of Banking are very important. And to make it going “Institute of Banking Personnel Selection” holds the exam for Probationary Officers (PO) and many other posts.
Like every year this time also the exams for PO were held and next year’s notification for 2021 has also come out and we at Stoodnt.com are there to put every possible information out there for your convenience.
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) releases the notification for the post of Probationary Officers PO in the public sector banks of the country. It conducts the Common Written Examination (CWE) for recruiting officers in Indian Banks. The authority conducts the recruitment process in two phases i.e. Preliminary and Main exam after clearing the candidate will go through the interview process.
ELIGIBILITY for IBPS PO Exam 2021
- Graduate from a UGC recognized University
- Age Limit: 20 years – 30 years as of July 1, 2021, though, there are age relaxations in some categories
- The Candidate needs to be an Indian Citizen
PATTERN of Examination of IBPS PO Exam
Online (Computer Based Exam)
DURATION of Examination for IBPS PO Exam
Prelims – 1 hour
Mains – 3 hours 30 minutes
APPLICATION Fee and FORM FILLING Process for IBPS PO Exam 2021
The Application Fee for IBPS PO Exam is 600/- INR for General Category Applicants and 100/- INR for SC/ST/PWD Applicants.
Application Form Filling Process for IBPS PO Exam 2021
- Start filling out the basic information parts such as name, phone number, E-mail id, etc.
- Secondly, upload your digital signature image file, scanned photograph, left thumb impression, &a handwritten declaration by you
- Finish the entire process by paying up the fees according to your category. This can be done either by Net banking, Debit Card, Credit Card, Wallet, or any other mentioned process
- The confirmation page will appear which has to be either downloaded or printed out immediately for future use
IBPS PO Prelims 2021 Syllabus
IBPS PO Mains 2021 Syllabus
IBPS PO Interview Round
The IBPS PO Interview comes after the candidate has cleared both Prelims and Mains. It a round of 100 marks for each candidate. Out of these 100 marks a student has to score 40% to clear it. For Reservation Category Students the percentage is 35%.
It is organized by the participating and nodal banks of each state. Every candidate is marked on his/her communication skills.
IBPS PO Exam Dates 2021
PO Salary Range Expectations
The salary range of a PO comes from around 35,000/- (INR) to 40,000/- (INR) cash-in-hand.
The preparation of IBPS PO Exam should be started and done on a consistent basis. It is neither too easy nor too tough but clearing the exams and that too on a cut off basis can be a tough nut to crack. So start from today and be a part of India’s banking operations.
The dates can be changed in the purview of any unavoidable circumstances next year like 2020. Keep checking ibps.in for more details and notifications.
Stoodnt.com wishes you all the best for your preparations.
Author: Kartikey Tripathi
With a Masters Degree in Media Science and Specialisation in Corporate Communications. I have both likeliness as well as professional experience in Advertising Copywriting. I’m an actor cum writer based in India.
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