Bank Clerk Recruitment 2016 (IBPS CWE Clerk VI recruitment 2016)
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is conducting the IBPS Clerk exam 2016 through the Common Recruitment Process (CWE Clerk VI) in the month of December and January 2017. Candidates can log on to the official website of the IBPS, ibps.in to check the detailed notification.
Official Notification: Notification
As per the notification, IBPS will start accepting notification from August 22, 2016.
Number of Vacancies: 19243
Bank Wise Vacancies:
- Allahabad Bank: 695 Vacancies
- Andhra Bank: 489 Vacancies
- Bank of Baroda: 1159 Vacancies
- Bank Of India: 418 Vacancies
- Bank of Maharashtra: 00 Vacancies
- Canara Bank: 3325 Vacancies
- Central Bank of India: 1259 Vacancies
- Corporation Bank: 300 Vacancies
- Dena Bank: 168 Vacancies
- Indian Bank: NR Vacancies
- Indian Overseas Bank: 00 Vacancies
- Oriental Bank of Commerce: 500 Vacancies
- Punjab & Sind Bank: 532 Vacancies
- Punjab National Bank: 4001 Vacancies
- Syndicate Bank: 1060 Vacancies
- UCO Bank: 940 Vacancies
- Union Bank of India: 1628 Vacancies
- United Bank of India: 500 Vacancies
- Vijaya Bank: 730 Vacancies
IBPS Clerk Vacancy 2016 Age Limit: Age between 20 to 28 years.
IBPS Clerk Jobs 2016 Educational Qualification: Applicants should have Graduation from a recognized university.
How to apply for IBPS CWE Clerk VI exam 2016: Candidates can find online application link from the ibps official website: ibps.in from August 22, 2016.
Please remember the below dates of various exam events:
IBPS Clerk Jobs 2016 Application Charges: candidates will need to pay Rs 600/- for unreserved candidates and Rs 100/- for reserved category candidates.
IBPS Clerk Vacancy 2016 Selection Mode: The final selection merit list will be made on the basis of common online test and personal interview.
The exam will be conducted in two rounds: The preliminary round and the mains round. The successfull candidates will be provisionally alloted with various banks, after which the participating banks will be making the final decision.
The participating banks are: Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India and Vijaya Bank.