IBPS RRB CWE IV Score Card 2015 or RRB CWE IV Marks 2015 Available for download at the officail website of IBPS i.e. www.ibps.in – Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) declared the IBPS RRB CWE result for Common Written Examination (CWE) for recruitment of officers and office assistants in Regional Rural Banks (RRB) on 12th Sept 2015. RRB CWE IV Exam was conducted in September. Now the RRB CWE IV Score Card 2015 has been available to download from the official website of IBPS.
IBPS RRB exam is an important examination for the candidates who want to make their career in the banking sector. Around 56 regional rural banks are using the CWE for the recruitment of Group A Officers and Group B Office Assistants.
IBPS RRB CWE IV Marks or Score 2015
IBPS conducts a RRB CWE to recruit Officers / Office Assistants for RRBs in the month of September or October every year. In 2015, the CWE-IV Group “A” Officers (Scale -I, II & III) and Group “B” Office Assistants (Multipurpose) was conducted online by IBPS in September 2015.
Large number of candidates appeared for IBPS RRB CWE IV 2015 Exam. Now candidates waiting eagerly for their Marks/Score Card can check the IBPS RRB CWE IV Score Card at official website www.ibps.in. The direct link to download the CWE Score Card is also provided below.
Click the below link for RRB CWE Marks or Score Card:
IBPS announced a Common Written Examination (CWE) for the selection Officers and Clerks in Indian banks. IBPS CWE is now mandatory for anyone who seeks an employment in 20 public sector and Regional Rural banks.
CWE RRB Officers and Assistants: Recruitment of Officers & Office assistant to Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) governed by NABARD. It is also a 2 tier recruitment process with a main exam of 200 marks followed by an interview of shortlisted candidates.From RRB IV (2015-16) the interviews are conducted by IBPS itself unlike in the previous drives (I,II and III) where interviews were conducted by participating RRBs as and when vacancies arose.
Common Written Examination (CWE)
CWE is one among the most competitive examinations in India with a selection ratio of 1 out of 1000. Around 20 lakhs candidates appeared in CWE-3. CWE held in two tier i.e. Tier-I and Tier-II. Tier I will be an easier exam and more number of candidates will be qualified in this stage. Difficulty level in tier II will be high. The candidates who will qualify these two stages of CWE will be called for the interview.
Also Check: IBPS PO Result 2015 – IBPS Result 2015