Check IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis for the 8th August Exam. Check IBPS RRB Clerk Preliminary Exam Review for Shift 1. 2 and 3 and question paper analysis.
Indian Banking Personnel Selection Board IBPS has commenced the Preliminary Examination for the Clerks in RRB. This year the common recruitment for RRB is conducted for the 10th time. Millions of the candidates are participating in the IBPS RRB Clerk Competitive Examination.
Participant Regional Rural and Gramin Banks in India open recruitment for such contestants who score passing marks in the examination conducted by the IBPS. It is the 10th time IBPS is holding the responsibility for conducting the eligibility test for the RRBs in India.
Earlier, IBPS used to conduct a single examination which was a qualification exam for the RRB Clerks. But after 2015, the board has opted for the two-phased examination i.e. Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. The candidates who score a qualifying score will get a chance to appear in the main examination.
This Year, the preliminary examination has been conducted on 08 August 2021 for the Clerk posts in the RRBs. The examination is conducted online in multiple shifts across the country on a single day for this advertisement.
As this article is purely focused on Clerk Prelims Analysis Only, We are not going to discuss anything else. Let’s get to the point straight away.
IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims 2021: Examination & Question Paper Analysis
More than a million candidates across the country trying their luck to get a job in Baking Sector. IBPS has been the premier Selection Board for the selection in Government Banking Sector.
In the same scenario, the preliminary examination for the RRB Clerks has been conducted across the country. The examination is conducted online as IBPS has been conducting since day 1. The prelims exam was scheduled for the five shifts on a single across all the examination centres in the country.
IBPS RRB Exam Analysis
The Preliminary Examination for the RRB Office Assistants (Also known as RRB Clerk) is conducted for the 80 marks. The question paper comprises only two sections i.e. Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability.