IBPS Clerk Interview: What are your chances?


IBPS Clerk Interview

IBPS Clerk Interview: What are your chances?

IBPS Clerk Interview dates have already been announced and the shortlisted candidates can download their call letters from the IBPS Official Website.

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What are your Chances in IBPS Clerk Interview?

Around 1 lakh students have cleared the IBPS CWE II and the number of vacancies is around 32,000. So the it seems that the selection is going to be in 3:1 ration i.e. for every 3 candidates in IBPS Clerk Interview , 2 will be rejected. But actual scenario will be a little different. Because out of every 100 students, around 15-20 will be selected in State Bank and its associate banks as clerks, 10-15 will be selected in IBPS PO and 5-10 candidates will not appear for the interview for various reasons. So out of each 100 candidates, approximately 65-70 candidates will attend the IBPS Clerk Interview . And in the process, the competition decreases from 3:1 to somewhere around 2:1 i.e. from every 2 candidates, 1 will be selected. So everyone will have 50-50 chances of getting through .

In addition to the above things, the state-wise vacancy will also be a deciding factor. Though there are more than 32 thousand vacancies in the all India basis, state-wise vacancies are more important in IBPS Clerk Interview as people are posted in their state only.

In the IBPS Clerk recruitment,  80% weightage will be given to the written score and 20% weightage to the IBPS Clerk Interview . The marking for the IBPS Clerk Interview is expected to be done out of 50. Both the written and IBPS Clerk Interview marks will be added to prepare the final list. Though the IBPS Clerk Interview seems to have less importance, candidates are advised not to ignore it is going to contribute to your final score.

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