IBPS PO Notification 2021: 4135 vacancies

IBPS PO Notification 2021:

IBPS Release PO recruitment Notification for the year of 2021 with 4135 vacancies. 


Important Dates:

Last date for registration : 20.10.2021 to 10.11.2021

Fee payment last date     : 20.10.2021 to 10.11.2021

Download of Call letter : November 2021

Online Preliminary Exam: 04.12.2021 and 11.12.2021 Tentative


Fee Details:

    Rs. 175/- for SC/ST/PWBD candidates. 

    Rs. 850 /- for all others


 IBPS PO 2021 exam will be conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) to select eligible candidates for the post of Probationary Officers in different public sector banks in India. IBPS PO exam is conducted every year since 2011 and is now happening in 2021 in its 11th edition. The IBPS CRP PO/MT CRP-XI 2021 is for the selection of candidates for the 11 public sector banks. 

The detailed IBPS PO Notification 2021 PDF has been released by IBPS at the official website of IBPS www.ibps.in on 19th October 2021 for the recruitment of Probability Officers (PO) in different public sector banks. IBPS has announced the online registration & exam dates for IBPS PO 2021 (CRP-XI PO/MT) in the official notification. Click on the below link to download a detailed IBPS PO 2021 Notification 

IBPS PO - Notification Download link


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All Eligible and interested Candidates are required to register online for the recruitment process on the official IBPS website, @ibps.in. Upon the submission of duly filled application form with required fee, uploading of signature, photographs, IBPS PO Handwritten Declaration, and documents the application process is said to be completed. The 3-tiered selection process consists of Preliminary and Main Exams which will be conducted online, followed by Interviews. Candidates must pass each exam to get shortlisted and progress to the next stage. The final selection will be based on Mains and Interview merit.


IBPS PO Selection Process:

Probationary Officers (PO) and Management Trainees (MT) are recruited every year through a Common Recruitment Process (CRP), commonly known as the IBPS PO exam. The CRP was started in 2011 and is being conducted for the 11th time this year and hence is officially called IBPS PO /MT CRP XI 2021. The IBPS PO selection process consists of 3 phases (preliminary, mains and interview) and the candidate must qualify each of them to proceed to the next phase. Mentioned below are the important steps of the IBPS PO Recruitment Process:

Online Preliminary Examination:

    An adequate number of candidates in each category are shortlisted by IBPS depending upon requirements for Online Main Examination


Online Mains Examination:

    Candidates must qualify the sectional as well as overall cutoff in the main exam to be eligible for interview.


Interview:

    The interview will be conducted by the Participating Organizations and coordinated by the Nodal Bank in each State/ UT with the help of IBPS


Final Result:

The Final result is declared on the basis of candidates combined performance in IBPS PO Mains and Interview Rounds.


Provisional Allotment:

The provisional allotment of the qualified candidate is released on the official website. The IBPS Banks are allotted based on candidates' preferences which are made at the time of online application.


IBPS plays its part in the selection process only till the provisional allotment to different banks. After that, the responsibility to intimate the qualified candidates about their joining dates and procedures lies with the respective banks.


Public Sector Banking has become an illustrious career option in current times as it comes with the promise of attractive salary, perks, job security, fast growth and good work-life balance. The government of India had set up Personnel Selection Services (PSS) in 1975 for the recruitment of probationary officers and clerks to all public-sector banks. PSS was later changed to the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) in 1984 as per the mandate of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).



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