IBPS is known as Institute of Banking Personnel Selection and it is conducting various bank exams to recruit the employs who are interested to do government jobs or bank jobs. It has released a notified recruitment of IBPS PO and the application start from 22nd of July to apply online for the IBPS CWO PO Recruitment 2014. Applied candidates are defiantly looking for the syllabus and exam pattern of IBPS PO Exam. Officially it has not released the IBPS PO Exam Pattern and Syllabus but we are providing the last year pattern of IBPS PO and IPBS CWE PO Exam 2014.
IBPS is going to conduct the common written exam (CWE) in 19 public sector bank to recruitment good employs. This article brings you to know about the IBPS CWE PO Syllabus and the Exam Pattern of IBPS PO Exam. We will provide the cutoff marks of IBPS PO Exam from the previous year cut off marks of IBPS PO Exam.
IBPS CWE PO Exam Pattern
IBPS CWE PO consists of 200 marks and it is divided into 5 subjects and you have to complete the exam in duration of 2 hours.
IBPS CWE PO Cutoff Marks
It has not given the cut off marks officially but we are providing the IBPS CWE PO Cut off Marks as per the previous year exams and that are For General Candidates 24 marks you have to get from each subject or section to qualify for the IBPS PO Recruitment 2014. For reserved and other category candidates have to get minimum 21 marks.
For General — 24 marks (Each Section/Subject)
For Reserved— 21 marks (Each Section/Subject)
In this exam you have to attempt carefully while keeping answers keep in mind that having negative marks for the wrong attempted questions in the IBPS CWE PO Exam 2014. For each wrong question you may loss 0.25 marks from the total marks.
IBPS PO Exam Pattern 2014:
Total marks of test will be 200 marks divided into 5 subjects that rae
- Reasoning —————40 Marks
- English Language ——40 Marks
- Quantitative Aptitude –40 Marks
- General Awareness——40 Marks
- Computer Knowledge –40 Marks
IBPS PO Exam Syllabus 2014 For The Next Recruitment 2013-2014 :
|S No||Subject Name||Max Marks|
|4||General Awareness (with special reference to banking industry)||40|