For all the candidates who have applied for IBPS CWE Clerk Exam 2013, here are some necessary tips to reduce the mistakes and attempt the exam with full confidence. By following simple and easy tips, aspirants can easily avoid the things that can hinder their performance in the exam.
Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to organize Common Written Examination for the recruitment to the clerical cadre. The written examination will be held on 30 November 2013, 01 December 2013, 07 December 2013, 08 December 2013, 14 December 2013, and 15 December 2013.
Banking Experts of Jagranjosh.com bring some of the utmost important points which every candidates have to follow at the time of giving the examination.
Punctuality is essential requisite for every candidate in examination. The candidate should be present at the examination hall before half an hour of commencement of the examination
Documents to Carry
The candidate attending the examination should affix their resent colored passport size photograph in the space provided in the call letter.
They should also keep the Xerox copy of the photo identity proof along with call letter for verification purposes.
Also, the candidate is required to put their signature and thumb impression in the space provided on the call letter in the presence of the invigilator in the exam hall.
Don’ts of Examination Hall
- Do not use any wrong means during the online test
- Do not Impersonate or procure impersonation by any person
- Do not Misbehave at the examination venue
- Avoid Obtaining support of his/her candidature by any means
- The candidate will be disqualified from online test permanently for specific period from any examination or selection by the Bank if found guilty
- Do not bring calculator inside examination hall
Usage of Mobile Phones
Mobile Phones / pagers / calculator / Books / Notes or any such devices is not permissible inside examination hall. Violation of these instructions can lead to cancellation of candidature and disciplinary action including ban from future examinations.