IBPS Clerk Admit Card 2020- The admit cards of the Clerk (Prelims) 2020 examination have been delayed by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). According to the schedule, IBPS was to release Clerk admit cards on 18th November, but failed due to unknown reasons.
It is here notified to the candidates who have been waiting for the release of admit cards for the online preliminary examination for the CRP Clerk X that Admit card has been delayed at ibps.in. The availability of admit card which was to be made on Wednesday, November 18 at the website of the institutes, has been differed. However, no intimation regards to the afresh date of admit card release is made.
Online Examination for the IBPS CRP Clerk X, is proposed to be conducted on 05.12.2020, 12.12.2020, and 13.12.2020. According to the sources, it is expected that Institute shall shortly decide the date of issuance of admit card for the Preliminary examination.
Earlier, IBPS reopened the registration window for online examination (Preliminary and Main) for Clerical cadre posts in the participating organisations by releasing this Supplementary Advertisement in continuation to the detailed advertisement dated 01.09.2020. The window re-opened from 23.10.2020 to 06.11.2020,
The admit cards of the IBPS Clerk 2020 online exam is expected to out shortly at the website of Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). All the candidates appearing for the IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020 can download the admit cards from the official website, after the link enables at ibps.in.
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IBPS to conduct CRP Clerk X (Prelims) examination in online computer-based mode. The exam will comprise of 100 Objective type questions from English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. Candidates have to qualify in each of the three tests by securing cut-off marks to be decided by IBPS.
There will be penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective tests. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score