The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the result of IBPS Probationary Officer (PO) Prelims examination 2019 in their official website ibps.in. The examination was held on 12th, 13th, 19th, and 20st October 2019 and the result came out on 1st November 2019. Those who qualified the prelims are supposed to appear on the mains examination to be held on 30th November 2019. The final stage of the recruitment process-interview-is expected to be held on January or February 2019 and the final list of selected candidates will be released on February 2019. As per the notification, over 4000 vacancies for the posts of probationary officer and management trainee is going to be filled through the recruitment process which comprises three stages namely prelims, mains and interview. The difficulty level of the prelims examination was moderate.
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Probationary officer, one of the most exciting careers in the banking sector, is a post that is regularly advertised for recruitments in both government as well as private banks. Graduation in any course with 60% marks is the qualification required and there is a relaxation of 5% marks for candidates falling under exempt categories. The huge amounts of vacancies which mainly focus on recruiting young talents are definitely a big door for bank job aspirants.
Through the IBPS PO examination, the recruitment process of probationary officers and management trainees for 17 public sector banks in India is done. The hiring process comprises three phases.
1) Preliminary exam
2) Main exam
3) Common interview (CI)
Both the preliminary and main examination is conducted online and those who win these two stages are invited for a common interview. In the preliminary examination, the candidates are expected to score a minimum qualifying mark while their final selection process will be merely based on the marks of main examination and interview. The posting of the candidates can be in any of these 17 banks. The number of candidates who registered for the exam in 2018-2019 was a total of 8.79lakh out of which 6.58lakh candidates appeared for the test.
Compared to the past years, a large number of vacancies have been announced for IBPS PO 2019 recruitment. A total of 4336 vacancies are expected to be filled through the hiring process out of which a total of 10 percent posts are reserved for Economically Weaker Section (EWS) candidates.
IBPS PO Participating Banks
The number of participating bank this year is 17. They are,
1) Allahabad Bank
2) Indian Overseas Bank
3) Andhra Bank
4) Oriental Bank of Commerce
5) Bank of Baroda
6) Punjab National Bank
7) Bank of India
8) Punjab and Sind Bank
9) Bank of Maharashtra
10) Canara Bank
11) Syndicate Bank
12) Central Bank of India
13) UCO Bank
14) Corporation Bank
15) Union Bank of India
16) Indian Bank
17) United Bank of India
IBPS PO Prelims 2019, an Analyze.
IBPS PO Prelims exam 2019 had started on October 12 and ended on October 20. The exam comprised three sections.
1) Quantitative aptitude
2) Reasoning ability
3) English Language
All the questions were objective type and each question had five options. The number of questions for the first two papers and the final paper were 35 and 30 respectively and the total mark of the test was 100. Overall difficulty level of the examination based on the feedback of the aspirants was moderate. The expected cut off marks for the IBPS PO Prelims 2019 was around 62-66 for general category.
What after prelims exams
The preliminary examination is qualifying in nature. Those who win to hit the cut off marks will be called to appear for the main examination which is to be conducted on November 30/2019. The admit card will be issued to the successful candidates on November. The mains exams consist of four objective tests and one descriptive test with total marks of 225.
The challenge you will have to face during the PO examination is probably not the hard nature of the questions but your way of approach towards them because you are supposed to attend a huge number of questions within a given time frame. So time management matters. Go through previous year question papers as many as you can and have a deep understanding on the pattern of question paper. Enhance your logical reasoning abilities. Make use of practice books and do as many exercises as you can. English news paper reading will surely help you to improve your language skills and IQ.
We wish all the success to every bank job aspirants!
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