IBPS PO-V & CLERK-V Expected examination Structure

Dear Readers

It has been decided IBPS to hold two-tier examinations for recruitment of PO/MT and Clerks from CWE-V onwards. All the candidates who successfully register themselves under CWE PO/MT-V and CWE CLERK-V will be called for Preliminary Examinations. Based on the performance in the preliminary examination, certain number of candidates will be shortlisted for each of these examinations. The short listed candidates will then be called for Main Examinations. There will be fewer number of questions in the Preliminary Examination with shorter duration. 
so here we are providing you most expected exam structure of preliminary & mains examination. 

(I) Expected Structure of preliminary examination

S.N. Name of Tests No of Questions Marks Duration
1. English Language 30 30
Composite time
of 1 hour
2. Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
3. Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100
Note:- The marks obtained in the Preliminary examination will not be considered for preparing the final merit list and the marks obtained in the Main Examination will only be considered for short listing for interview. 

(II) Expected Structure of Main Examination

Name of Tests No of Questions Marks Duration
1. Reasoning 50 50
Composite time
of 2 hours
2. English Language 40 40
3. Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
General Awareness (with special Reference to Banking Sector)
40 40
5. Computer Literacy 20 20
Total 200 200

The tentative dates are as follows : for PO & Clerk-

CWE PO/MT-V Preliminary Examination 03.10.2015, 04.10.2015, 10.10.2015 &11.10.2015
Main Examination 31.10.2015

CWE CLERK-V Preliminary Examination 05.12.2015, 06.12.2015, 12.12.2015, 13.12.2015, 19.12.2015 & 20.12.2015
Main Examination 03.01.2016

IBPS Exam Calendar for 2015-2016

68 thoughts on “IBPS PO-V & CLERK-V Expected examination Structure

  1. Actually since this is a Govt Exam and everyone should be given a fair chance for employment irrespective of their academic background or performance. So the 60 % thing cannot be applied.


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