IBPS RRB is the crucial Entrance Examination for the Government job in the Banking sector. Banking Sector is one of the most growing sectors of the Indian Economy. The Examination consist of 5 sections: Reasoning, Quantitative aptitude, General awareness, English/ Hindi, Computer knowledge. Each section carries equal number of Questions. Selection of the Candidates will be probably based upon two parameters:
Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the Interview Process.
IBPS has conducted IBPS RRB main exam in november month. The Exam was conducted for officer scale-1,2,3 posts and office assistant posts in the regional rural posts.
As the exam is over you must be worried about the result and cutoff marks.
The IBPS RRB exam for the officer scale-1 and office assistant posts were held in two parts that is prelims and main exam. while for officer scale-2 and 3 , a single exam was conducted on 5 November.
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RRB Assistant exams are in 2 phases – Prelims, Mains and Interview. Around 9456 vacancies will be filled up through this by 20 participating banks in 2017-18. Depending upon the number of vacancies and performance of the candidates in Prelims in October 2017, a shortlist will be announced for the Main Examination in November 2017. The exam was on 16th, 17th, 23rd & 24th September 2017 across various cities in India. There were 4 shifts i.e 8 AM, 10:15 AM, 12:30 PM & 2:45 PM. The IBPS RRB 2016 Exam is now conducted online through various exam centers across India. The exam has 3 sections – English Language, Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude carrying 30, 35 and 35 questions respectively of 1 Mark each. There will be negative marking for every wrong answers in both Preliminary and Main Examination for which there is a penalty of ¼ or 0.25 of the marks assigned to the particular question. Candidates need to attempt all the sections and qualify in all the three sections by clearing the aggregate and sectional cutoff scores. Youth4work’s Prep Tests – online practice tests for competitive exams – are very unique and popular among aspirants. Aspirants can take self-designed mock-tests as well as practice for sections and topics separately. Youth4work.com’s unique and proprietary technology is helping lakhs of aspirants to reveal personal details on what are the strength areas of aspirants for any exam and also suggest how can they improve the performance.