IBPS Clerk is a Common Written Exam (CWE), conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for recruitment to nationalized banks in India to fill vacancies for clerical level jobs.  IBPS conducts online exams (Preliminary and Main) once a year to recruit candidates for clerical cadre posts in all participating banks/ organisations. All eligible candidates who wish to join any of the participating banks need to register for the Common Recruitment Process (CWE Clerks).  CWE is a pre-requisite for selection of personnel for Clerical cadre posts in Public Sector Banks. The clerical post is an entry level cadre for anyone who wishes to become a banker. They mainly participate in the day to day activities of banking and also have the responsibility to address the queries and guidance of the customers.we best bank coaching in bangalore provide top class coaching for all bank exams with well experienced faculties , special tutors, library, and many more facilities  

  • After being selected as a “Clerk officer,” you will get multiple chances to be promoted to a higher level. Your increment depends on upon your performance during the probation period of six months it may vary from bank to bank. And you will be selected on senior post level after every two years.Most bank aspirants aim to become officers. There are two ways you can become an officer:
                    1. Internal Examination: The most effective method of getting promoted to a higher post.
                    2. Post-graduation Degree: Banks will consider moving you to an higher post based on your educational qualification.
  • Your increment as a clerk depends upon your performance during probation as well as while working various departments. After every two years, depending upon your performance, you will be selected for a senior level post and after a few years of service you will be eligible for an internal promotional exam. If you clear this exam, you will become a Trainee Officer (TO).
  • Every year at our bank coaching institute bangalore we provide internal promotional exam coaching for our students who placed in different banks 
  • Receive cheques, drafts, withdrawal forms, cash payment and cash passing, update passbooks, verify customer account details, signature, etc. and explain features of the banks various products to the customers.
  •  Hold the bank cash, bank keys, and other valuables in safe custody and be responsible for a streamlined running of the cash department
  •  Monitor the work of other clerks and sub staff.
  • Handle the deposit and withdrawal cash.
  • Maintain a daily record of balance.
  • Perform bank office works like receipts collection, ledger maintenance, balance tally, data entry, issue EDI stamps and issue cheque books after authentication of clients.
  • Market financial products of the bank such as deposits, loans and schemes to visitors.
  • Bank clerks have a fixed salary (basic pay), which ranges from 11,765 to 42,020, and a certain number of perks and allowances they’re entitled to. The salary structure of a bank clerk is something like this:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
    Facilities ProvidedPlaces with Population above 4.5 millionPlaces with Population below 4.5 million
    Basic PayRs 11765Rs 11765
    Special AllowanceRs 911Rs 911
    DARs 5311Rs 5311
    CCARs 0Rs 0
    TARs 425Rs 425
    Total (without HRA)Rs 18413Rs 18413
    HRA1176Rs 1058
    Gross SalaryRs 19589Rs 19472
  • Dearness Allowance (DA)                                   : 39.4% of basic pay
  • HRA (House Rent Allowance)                           : 7-9% of basic pay
  • Metro cities                                                              : 8.50% of basic pay
  • Cities with population more than 5 lakhs : 7:5% of basic pay
  • Other cities                                                               : 6.5% of basic pay
  • Special Allowance                                                 : 7.5%
  • Medical Allowance                                                : Fixed at Rs. 20,000 and is paid annually.


Participating Banks
Allahabad BankCanara BankIndian Overseas Bank
Andhra BankCentral Bank of IndiaOriental Bank of Commerce
Bank of BarodaCorporation BankPunjab National Bank
Bank of IndiaDena BankPunjab & Sind Bank
Bank of MaharashtraIndian BankSyndicate Bank
UCO BankUnion Bank of IndiaUnited Bank of India
Vijaya Bank

  • Educational Qualification : Graduation Degree from a University recognized by the Government of India. 
  • Computer Literacy               : Knowledge of computer operation is a must as the IBPS Clerk exam is conducted online.
  • Age Eligibility                         : Minimum: 20 years Maximum: 28 years
  • Language Proficiency         : Candidates should have verbal and written proficiency in the official language of the State/UT.
                                                             The candidate should be able to read, write and speak the language
  • Nationality / Citizenship of Applicants : Candidates applying for IBPS CWE/Bank Clerk Examination should be one of the following:
                 1. Citizen of India
                 2. A subject of Nepal or Bhutan.
                 3. Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanent settlement
                 4. Person of Indian Origin (PIO) who has migrated from Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam or East African countries of
                      Zaire, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi, with the intention of permanent settlement in India
                 5. Candidates belonging to the category 2, 3, 4 must have a certificate of eligibility issued by the Govt of India in their favour. 
  • Age Relaxation 
    Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST)5 years
    Other Backward Classes (OBC Non-Creamy Layer)3 years
    Persons with Disabilities (PWD)10 years
    Ex-Servicemen/Disabled Ex-ServicemanThe actual period of service rendered in the defense forces +3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years
  • The schedule of the exam is mentioned below: 
    Ibps clerk notificationTo be announced
    Conduct of Online Examination – Preliminary07th, 08th, 14th & 15th December 2019
    Result of Online Exam – PreliminaryTo be announced
    Download of Call letter for Online Exam – MainTo be announced
    Conduct of Online Examination – Main25th January 2020
    Declaration of Final ResultTo be announced
  • 2020 Bank IBPS clerk exams dates will be notified soon
  • As soon as the official notification for IBPS Clerk 2019 Recruitment will be released, the application process will be initiated soon after. The IBPS Clerk application process will be online and therefore you will have to make sure that you use one of the supported browsers to avoid any errors. The complete application process will be done in few simple steps:
                1. Visit official website of IBPS and register yourself by clicking on “New Registration” tab.
                2. You will have to upload your scanned photograph and signature according to the mentioned specifications.
                3. Fill up your complete details in the application form thereafter including your educational, professional and other details.
                     Make sure the details are all correct and verified. Submit your verified application form and move to the final step.
               4. After all the details have been entered, the application will get completed only after the application fee will be paid which
                    will be done in online mode. You will have to choose one of the online payment options and submit the exam fee.
               5. Click on “Final Submit”.
  • Without the submission of application fee, the IBPS Clerk 2020 application process will not be considered complete. The fee amount may vary according to the different categories of candidates. The fee will have to be paid online.
  • Application fee for General and OBC candidates is Rs. 600 and application fee of Rs. 100 for SC, ST, PwD and Ex-S candidates.
  • Category wise Cut Off Marks 2018-2019 (Out of 100) :
    Andaman & NicobarNANANANA
    Andhra Pradesh41.4332.9548.150.98
    Arunachal PradeshNA32.7NA40.03
    Dadar & Nagar HaveliNANANA44.25
    Daman & DiuNANA37.837.93
    New Delhi44.3539.1850.655.83
    Himachal Pradesh40.2840.3845.1553.5
    Jammu & Kashmir49.3533.484454.93
    Madhya Pradesh37.3327.7847.0551.18
    Tamil Nadu43.9532.5552.3552.43
    Uttar Pradesh37.1327.844.8851.45
    West Bengal40.7334.7344.253.28
  • Selection process includes two steps:
                1. Preliminary Examination (Objective Type Questions) (100 Marks)
                2. Main Examination (Objective Type Questions) (200 Marks)
  • Note: There is no interview in the recruitment process of IBPS Clerk. 100% weight-age will be given to the marks obtained by the candidates in the main exam. The marks obtained in the preliminary examination will not be added for the selection, marks obtained in the main exam will be considered only.
  • Prelims
    Name of SubjectNumber of QuestionsMaximum MarksDuration
    English Language303020 minutes
    Reasoning Ability353520 minutes
    Numerical Ability353520 minutes
  • Mains
    Name of TestsNo. of Qs.Max. MarksTime
    General English404035 minutes
    Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude506045 minutes
    Quantitative Aptitude505045 minutes
    General/Financial Awareness505035 minutes
    Total190200160 minutes
  • 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. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate; there will be no penalty for that question.
  • Prelims :
  • English Language:
    – Comprehension Passage
    – Spellings/Detecting miss-spelt words
    – Fill in the Blanks
    – Spot the Error
    – Antonyms
    – Synonyms/Homonyms Idioms & Phrases
    – One word substitution
    – Improvement of Sentences
    – Active/Passive Voice of Verbs
    – Shuffling of Sentences in a passage
    – Conversion into Direct/Indirect narration
    – Shuffling of Sentence parts
    – Cloze Passage
  • Numerical Ability:
    – Simplifications
    – Roots & Averages
    – Surds & Indices
    – Percentages
    – Profit & Loss
    – Ratio & Proportion
    – Partner ship
    – Chain rule
    – Time & work
    – Pipes & Cisterns
    – Time & Distances
    – Problems on trains
    – Boats & streams
    – Allegation & mixtures
    – Simple Interest
    – Compound interest
    – Stocks & Shares
    – Clocks & algorithms
    – Mensuration
    – Volume & surface area
    – permutations & combinations
    – heights & distances
  • Reasoning Ability:
    – Directions & Arrangements (Circular Arrangements)
    – Codes (Sentence Coding)
    – Critical Reasoning
    – Syllogism
    – Analogies (Meaning Based + Logical)
    – Data Sufficiency
    – Sequential Output Tracing
    – Visual Reasoning
  • Mains:
  • General / Financial Awareness
    – General Awareness: Knowledge of current events, sports, history, geography, culture, Indian constitution, news about technology & research, news on India and its neighbouring countries.
    – Financial Awareness: Marketing Aptitude, Economy, Banking & Finance.
  • General English
    – Vocabulary
    – Synonyms
    – Antonyms
    – Word formation
    – Sentence completion
    – Comprehension
    – Theme detection
    – Deriving conclusions
    – Passage completion
    – Error detection
    – Passage correction
    – Sentence correction
    – Spelling
    – Grammar
    – Idiom
    – Phrases
  • Quantitative Aptitude
    – Roots & Averages
    – Number system
    – Simplifications
    – Surds & Indices
    – Ratio & Proportion
    – Allegation & Mixtures
    – Percentages
    – Profit & Loss
    – Partnership
    – Chain Rule
    – Time & Work
    – Pipes & Cisterns
    – Time & Distances
    – Problems on Trains
    – Boats & Streams
    – Simple Interest
    – Compound Interest
    – Stocks & Shares
    – Clocks & Algorithms
    – Volume & Surface Area
    – Mensuration
    – Heights & Distances
    – Permutations & Combinations
    – Data Integration – Line Graphs, Bar Graphs, Pie Charts, Tabulation
  • Reasoning Ability
    – Analogy, Coding & Decoding, Blood relations, Sitting arrangements, Series completion, Syllogisms, Decision making, Statement reasoning, Analogy, Series completion, Classification.
  • Computer Knowledge
    – Computer Hardware, Operating System Concepts, Shortcut keys, MS Word, Excel, MS Power Point, Access, Internet & Networks, Basic Security Concepts, Latest Technologies.