IBPS PO Score 2015 at www.ibps.in: – Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) declared the Score and Result for Common Written Examination (CWE) for recruitment of Probationary Officers and Management Trainee . CWE PO/MT-V 2015 prelims online exam conducted on dates: 03-10-2015, 04-10-2015, 10-10-2015, 11-10-2015 at various centres across the country. Now the CWE PO / MT V Preliminary Score 2015 have been declared by IBPS.
IBPS PO Score Card 2015: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has released the preliminary online exam score of Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee (PO/MT) for individual candidates at the official website i.e. www.ibps.in.
CWE PO/MT exam is an important examination for the candidates who want to make their career in the banking sector.
IBPS PO Score 2015 at www.ibps.in
IBPS invited online application for Common Witten Examination for Probationary Officer and Management Trainee vacancies. Candidates who applied for CWE-PO/MT-V Pre-Exam with the common recruitment process are advised to check their Score Card for preliminary exam for CWE-PO/MT –V.
Large number of candidates appeared for CWE PO/MT V 2015 Exam. All the candidates who have applied for CWE PO/MT-V Preliminary Exam 2015 would be able to check the PO Result from the official website i.e. www.ibps.in. The direct link to download PO/MT-V Prelims Score 2015 is provided below.
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CWE PROBATIONARY OFFICER/MT: Recruitment of Probationary Officers or Management Trainees. It is a three tier recruitment process consisting of a Preliminary exam of 100 marks of 60 minutes duration, followed by a main exam for shortlisted candidates, of 200 marks with a duration of 120 minutes followed by an Interview.
IBPS forms a rank list once the exam and interview phases end. The same will be used to fill existing and upcoming vacancies in the participating banks for a period of one year from the date of announcement of the final results.
IBPS does not announce the final cut-off marks until the entire process of CWE and the interview is over. This often leaves candidates guessing the expected cut-off marks and not being able to know the exact cut-offs. The process of cut-offs is also then divided as per states. Which is based on fact that if a certain state has less number of vacancies, then the cut-off for that state is likely to go up and if a state has more number of vacancies, then the cut-off can be lower.