IBPS SCORE CARD, CUT OFF MARKS 2013 Details. Welcome to Jobspy.in Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts Common Written Examination (CWE ) with negative marking facility for various vacancies at various levels (Clerks, Probationary Officers, Specialists etc )available in various public sector banks, co-operative banks and regional rural banks. IBPS is an autonomous body, with a governing body containing eminent persons from Reserve Bank of India, Ministry of Finance, NIB, public sector banks, insurance sectors and academics with vast experience and skills. The governing body of IBPS plays key role in selecting the suitable candidates for the vacancies of officers and clerks for Indian banks. The candidates who want to start their career with Banking Sector Jobs in India needs to write Common Written exam ( IBPS CWE ) to join in the 21 public sector banks, 22 co-operative banks, 11 private banks and 62 regional rural banks that accepts IBPS Score Cards issued for IBPS CWE Qualified candidates. IBPS CWE exam will be conducted twice in a year throughout India at various locations for selecting the suitable candidates in to various vacancies at various levels present in the public sector banks, co-operative bank and regional banks. Mainly IBPS Common Written Exam will be conducted for Four Categories/ Levels of Vacancies present in the above mentioned organizations.
IBPS Common Written Exams mainly can be classified in to four categories as shown below
- IBPS CWE For the post of Specialist Officers
- IBPS CWE For the post of Probation Officer (PO) or Management Trainee (MT)
- IBPS CWE For the post of Clerks
- IBPS CWE For various category vacancies available in Railway Recruitment Board of India
IBPS Admit Card :
IBPS will issue the Admit Cards to the Indian National candidates having the specified age and desired educational qualifications for contesting in IBPS Common Written Exam for various vacancies present under various categories and cadres.
Age and Educational Qualifications to attempt IBPS CWE exams
IBPS has specified the age and educational qualifications for the candidates based on the position applied by the candidates. Candidates interested to join in the vacancies at various levels and cadres can see the details of age and educational qualifications required for attempting IBPS Common Written Exams given below.
Candidates should possess Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university to attempt IBPS CWE for the vacancies of Probationary Officer Cadre as well as Clerical Cadre vacancies
Age for attempting IBPS CWE:
For Probationary Officer Cadre vacancies : candidates in the age group of 20 years to 30 years
For Clerical Cadre Vacancies : candidates in the age group of 20 years to 28 years
IBPS CWE Syllabus Details;
IBPS will conduct Objective Type Common Written Exam through online mode containing the questions from the sections of Reasoning, English Language, Numeric Ability, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. In addition to this objective type question paper the candidates contesting for Probationary Officer Cadre jobs has to face Descriptive type Written Test in English Composition. Similarly the candidates interested to compete for Specialist officers in Railway Recruitment Board should face questions from Quantitative Reasoning, Data Interpretation and Professional Knowledge also.
IBPS CWE Marks :
IBPS will calculate the marks obtained by the candidates in Common Written Exam after deducting marks from incorrect answers (Negative Marks for each Wrong Answer opted by Candidate). And the Total Marks will be calculated by standardizing the marks obtained after deducting the marks for each wrong answer.
IBPS Final Score / IBPS Score Card :
IBPS will issue IBPS Score card after processing the Total Marks obtained by the candidates by calculating Total Weighted Standardized Scores (TWSS) and Cut Off Marks. Total Weighted Standardized Score (TWSS) will be calculated in various steps shown below
Corrected Score will be calculated after deducting the marks for each wrong answer opted by the participant from the total marks obtained by the candidates in each section of objective test of individual sections like reasoning, English languages etc.
Equated Scores will be calculated from the Corrected Score of the participant based on the difficulty level of objective type questions answered in all the sections of objective types tests.
Equated Scores of each and every objective test will be standardized for 0 to 50 by following linear transformation method to obtain total weighted standardized scores for each section of objective type test
Total Weighted Standardized Scores will be calculated for each section of objective test
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