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IBPS Clerk Exam 2014: Exam Pattern

Aug 11, 2014 18:05 IST

    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will organize CWE Clerks- IV Exam 2014 for appointing eligible candidates to the post of Clerks in Public Sector Banks. The Common Written Examination (CWE) is schedule to be held in the month of December 2014. Complete exam pattern is mentioned below.

    Exam Pattern

    The written examination includes five different sections that are Reasoning, English Language, Numerical Ability, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. Every section is of Maximum 40 Marks that make a total of 200 Marks for the complete paper. The duration for completion of the examination is 2 hours. The Exam Paper will be of objective type.

    S.No. Name of Test Maximum Marks Total Time
    1. Reasoning 40 2 Hours
    2. English Language 40
    3. Numerical Ability 40
    4. General Awareness 40
    5. Computer Knowledge 40
    Total   200
    •  Along with the call letter candidates can also download the Information Handout, which will be available on the official website of IBPS.
    • One-fourth marks or 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer however no marks will charged for the left over questions.
    • The candidates successfully clear the written examination will be called for another round of the selection procedure.

    Complete information is available in Detailed Notification

    If you have any Question/Point on the above information, please ask/discuss it in the Banking Group


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