Common Written Exam Application Form 2013
The IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) announces the Common Written Exam, an entrance test for the clerical post in 20 banks belonging to public sector. The IBPS Common Written Examination is to be undertaken online. Candidates can fill the Common Written Exam Application Form 2013 from official portal IBPS at www.ibps.in and submit it online. After submission of online application form, within a few days the hall ticket and other examination details are sent to the candidate, which they can easily download from the website. The candidates need to be cautious while filling the form for the common written exam. Every details filled by the candidates need to be checked in advance, because no modification are accepted after submission. The personal details such as address, name, and contact details of the candidates need to be filled accurately.
Age Criteria for Common Written Exam
The age limit for the common written exam is minimum 20 years and maximum age limit is 30 years for general category. SC and ST category have 5 years relaxation. Other backward classes have 3 years of relaxation. The people with disability have 10 years relaxation. The age limits should be as on 01/01/2012. People who have already completed their 5 years in RRBs can have 5 years relaxation in age also people affected by 1984 riots have 5 years relaxation. The complete age criteria are also mentioned in the application form.
The candidate must pass 10+2+3 with aggregate marks of 60%. SC/ST/OBC can have the 50% marks in H.S.C. Candidate must have degree from any recognised university or equivalent qualification to apply for common written exam.
The payment for the SC/ST/PWD is Rs.50/- and for others it is 450/- candidate can pay the fees online or offline as well. The details for the payment of exam fees are available on www.ibps.in
Important Dates for Reference (for the CWE-2012)
Exam date: 17th June 2012