IBPS RRB VI Prelims Admit Card 2017 released at ibps.in: Steps to download
All the candidates can download the IBPS RRB VI prelims 2017 admit card atibps.in . The online preliminary examination for officer scale I will be held on September 9, September 10 and September 16 (if required) at various test centres across the nation.
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the admit cards of officers Scale I preliminary examination 2017 for recruitment in participating regional rural banks (RRBs) on the official website, the link for which isibps.in .
The online preliminary examination for officer scale I will be held on September 9, September 10 and September 16 (if required) at various test centres across the nation.
Steps to download IBPS RRB VI Prelims Admit Card 2017:
- Log on to the official website, ibps.in
- Click on the link to download preliminary exam call letter for CRP RRBs-VI officers scale I running on the top of the page
- Enter your registration number and password in the space provided
- Enter the captcha code and click on login
- Admit cards will be displayed on the screen
- Download the same and take a print-out of the same for future use
- No hard copy of admit card will be sent to the candidates
- The admit cards will be available for download till September 16
- The commission has also issued information handout for CWE (Online) for officer scale-I in regional rural banks.
Important dates of IBPS RRB VI Exam 2017:
- Pre-Exam Training for Officer Scale-I: August 28 to September 3
- Pre-Exam Training for Office Assistant: September 4 to September 9
- Online Examination – Preliminary Officer Scale-I: September 9, 10 and September 16 (if required)
- Online Examination – Preliminary Office Assistant: September 17, 23 and 24 (if required)
- Result of Online exam – Preliminary Officer Scale-I, Office Assistant: October 2017
IBPS recruitment for PSBs has a two or three-tier system. While IBPS RRB and SO recruitment is two-phase processes, IBPS PO and Clerk consist of three stages. The first phase consists of a Common Written Examination (CWE), followed by an interview and the final placement. IBPS CWE is one among the most competitive examinations in India with a selection ratio of 1 out of 1000.
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