Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) will organize CWE Examination for the recruitment to the Specialist Officers cadre in various public sector banks of the country. The written examination will be conducted on 8 February 2014 and 9 February 2014. Here are some important points provided by IB PS to be remembered by the candidates while coming for examinations, which are mentioned below:
1. (i) Call letter with your recent passport size photograph (which should be the same as uploaded in the online application form) affixed thereon.
(ii) Photo identity proof such as Passport/PAN Card/ Driving License/Voter’s Card/Bank passbook with photograph/Photo Identity Proof issued by a Gazetted Officer (on official letterhead) or Photo Identity Proof issued by a People’s Representative (on official letterhead)/Identity card issued by a recognized college/University/Aadhar card with photograph/Employee ID in original as well as a photocopy.
(iii) The candidate’s photograph affixed on the call letter, signature and name should match those in the online application form and in the photo identity proof failing which the candidate shall not be allowed to appear for the examination. In case of discrepancy, candidate will not be allowed to appear for the examination. Candidates have to produce photo identity proof (as prescribed in this call letter) wherein the name of the candidate mentioned should be the same as available in the online application form and in the call letter.
(iv) One ball point pen
2. When START signal for Test is given, do not waste your time in first reading all the questions as is done in the School/College/University examinations. Since these questions are of objective type, read a particular question and immediately indicate your answer. In case you find a particular question difficult, skip the question and go on to the next question. The question so skipped may be solved at the end, if time is available.
3. You are advised in your interest to apportion the time given judiciously and not to utilise too much time on a particular test(s) at the cost of some other tests.