Updated: November 3, 2017 9:16:36 am
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the results of Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee (PO/MT) preliminary recruitment exams 2017 today evening at ibps.in. An official told the indianexpress.com that the results are scheduled to be out this week. IBPS had conducted the exam October 7, 8, 14 and 15. In the notification, the exam authority announced October as result declaration month, however, it has been postponed.
Going by the previous trend, the result is expected to release this week. This year, IBPS has announced 3562 vacancies for PO this year. This year, the total vacancies have decreased as last year a total of 8,822 posts were released. Read | IBPS PO 2017 results updates, click here
As per IBPS PO exam experts, the overall paper was difficult in comparison to previous year’s paper. The difficulty level of the English section was high, the quantitative aptitude section was moderate and the reasoning section was also difficult and time-consuming.
If we check last year’s cut-off, for English Language section it was 7.00 for general category candidates while 4.50 for SC/ST/OBC/PwD.
For reasoning ability section, cut-off was 5.50 for SC/ST/OBC/PwD and 8.50 for general candidates. Similarly, in the Quantitative Aptitude section, the cut-off was 8.25 for general category while 5.25 for SC/ST/OBC/PwD.
The overall category-wise cut-off for IBPS PO 2016 prelims:
General – 47.50
OBC – 46.50
SC – 40.00
ST – 31.25
OC – 32.75
VI – 31.50
HI – 18.00
Download of call letter for online exam – Main: November 2017
Online examination main: November 26
Declaration of result – Main December 2017
Download of call letters for interview: January 2018
Conduct of interview: January / February 2018
Provisional allotment: April 2018
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