The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the admit card for the IBPS RRB Clerk Main Exam 2023. Candidates applying for the Group ‘B’ – Office Assistants (Multipurpose) position under CRP RRBs XII, can download their admit card from the IBPS website at ibps.in. The window for downloading the IBPS RRB Clerk main exam admit card will be open from September 8 to September 16.
The IBPS RRB Clerk Main Exam 2023 online test will consist of 200 questions, with a total score of 200 points. Candidates will have 2 hours to complete the exam. The questions will span different subjects such as Reasoning, Computer Knowledge, General Awareness, English Language, Hindi Language, and Numerical Ability. The primary language for the question paper is English, but for certain regions, there will be options to choose state-specific languages if needed.
IBPS RRB CLERK MAIN ADMIT CARD 2023: HOW TO DOWNLOAD
For a step-by-step tutorial on how to download IBPS RRB Clerk Main 2023 admit card, see below.
Step 1: Navigate to the official IBPS website at ibps.in
Step 2: Locate and click on the ‘IBPS RRB Clerk Main Admit Card 2023’ link on the homepage.
Step 3: Key in your login details as required and click on the ‘Submit’ button
Step 4: Your admit card will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Carefully review the details on the admit card and proceed to download it.
The Preliminary and Main Written Examinations are both part of the IBPS Selection Process. For those who have submitted applications for the position of clerk, there is no interview stage. To be eligible for the main examination, candidates must pass the preliminary examination. The syllabus for both levels must be thoroughly understood by candidates.
Students must bring a valid ID card and the IBPS RRB Clerk Office Prelims Scorecard 2023 and Mains Admit Card to the exam centre for verification. Cut-offs will be decided, and candidates will be taken into consideration for provisional allotment depending on the number of State/UT-specific openings that are available. Scores from the online main examination won’t be disclosed to candidates before the provisional allotment process is finished.