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Psychometric Tests Will be Conducted Instead of Interviews for IBPS Clerical This Year

Feb 25, 2016 14:43 IST

    The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is likely to scrap the personal interview process for selection of clerical level candidates this year. They might do the same in order to take out the final result of this year. The candidates who have undergone the written test last year are waiting for their next process to begin.

    According to sources, it is expected that the IBPS authorities are planning to introduce psychometric test in place of the personal interview round. The decision of IBPS came after the scrapping of interview order came for all the group C and D level government jobs in the country. The personal interview round was conducted to test the overall perceptibility, skills, communicative ability and other interpersonal skills, which are required in the candidates in order to be a fit in the banking sector.

    If the IBPS authorities decide to scrap the personal interview round, they will replace it with the psychometric test. The final list of the candidates will be made public by including the psychometric test marks scored by them along with their mains examination scores. The test will be conducted to those candidates who have passed the IBPS Mains written examination. This will further filter the best talent to make it to the final selections.

    In order to know more about the final decision of IBPS and dates psychometric test/personal interview round for IBPS clerk V examinations, the candidates must keep an eye on the official website www.ibps.in

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