Institute of Banking Personnel Selection popularly known as IBPS is an intricate organization providing services to its clients in the area of personnel selection, recruitment as well as assessment etc. It has been successfully carrying out the task of employment testing, selection, assessment & management of human resources through out India. IBPS conducts online examination for a large number of candidates in more than 200 cities across India concurrently.
IBPS conducts written entrance examinations so as to recruit candidates for various posts like that of clerical cadre & Probationary Officers/Management Trainee. Entrance exams for the post of Probationary Officer/Management Trainee have already been conducted in the month of October 2014. The entrance exam for Clerical Cadre shall be conducted shortly i.e in the month of December 2014. The examination schedule has been planned for 6th December 2014, 7th December 2014, 13th December 2014, 14th December 2014, 20th December 2014, 21st December 2014, 27th December 2014.
It is to notify that the entrance exam shall be conducted via online format. We are here to provide you with all the details regarding the IBPS Clerk Exam 2014 Online test pattern. Candidates are requested to have a closer look at the same.
- As soon as the candidates are made to sit at their allotted system, a Login screen shall be displayed on their computer. Candidates are required to login by making use of their User ID & Password which is being provided to them on their Call Letter.
- Immediately after logging in for the candidate’s profile, all the details regarding to that candidate shall be displayed on the screen such as their Name, Roll Number & Photograph etc.. Next step to be taken by candidate is to confirm the same information by clicking on “I Confirm” button which indicates that candidate has confirmed his/her particular profile for the examination.
- Moving on to the next page, instructions shall be displayed on the screen for the candidates to read & understand them carefully.
- Once the candidate has gone through all the instructions relevant to the examinations, he/she is supposed to click on the “I am ready to begin” button which shall be placed at the bottom of the screen.
- Candidates please note that, after clicking on the “I am ready to begin” button, actual test time shall begin.
- In all there are 200 questions divided amongst various sections such as Quantitative Aptitude, General English & Verbal Ability, General Awareness, Computer Awareness, Logical Reasoning etc..
- Each question is followed by 5 alternative answers. Total marks for the test are 200.
- The questions except for those on English Language shall be available in Hindi & English. So as to view question in another language candidates need to click on “view in” drop down box & make a selection of their desired language.
- On the computer screen of the candidates, only one question shall be displayed at a time.
- In order to select the appropriate answer, candidates need to click on the option he/she thinks is the correct one. The selected alternative shall be highlighted & treated as the answer chosen by the candidate.
- After selecting an answer for a particular question, candidates must click on “Save & Next” so as to save the answer & proceed on to the next question. (Candidates please note that, without clicking on “Save & Next” button the answer for the particular question shall not be saved.)
- The facility to deselect any particular option is given by clicking on “Clear Response” button provided against each question.
- In a bid to skip any question for the time being, candidates can click on “Mark for Review & Next” button.
- The total question numbers of attempted as well as unattempted are displayed on the right hand side of the screen.
- Various colors have been allotted for different types of questions.
White: Questions have not been visited/viewed
Red: Questions have been viewed but not answered
Green: Questions have been answered
Violet: Questions have been marked for review later.
- Lastly, candidates are not permitted to submit their answers the completion of test time i.e. 120 minutes (2 hours)