IBPS Clerk Recruitment Notification 2022 Out for 6035 vacancies, Download Notification PDF Now!

IBPS Clerk Recruitment Notification 2022: IBPS has released IBPS Clerk notification 2022 on 30th June 2022 to recruit eligible candidates for 6035 vacancies for clerical posts in 11 public sector bank across the country. IBPS Clerk Exam is conducted every year by IBPS for selection for the post of clerk. IBPS Clerk 2022 Online Application process for IBPS Clerk will begin on 01st July 2022 and continues till 21st July 2022. In this blog, we have provided the details of the IBPS Clerk notification, application process, syllabus, exam pattern, vacancy, eligibility criteria, selection process, salary, exam date and other details of the exam.

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IBPS Clerk Recruitment Notification 2022

IBPS Clerk Notification 2022 has been released by IBPS on 30th June 2022. The detailed official PDF have also been released. IBPS Clerk 2022 Online Application for IBPS Clerk to begin on 01st July 2022 and continues till 21st July 2022.  With the publication of the notification, the online application process for clerk positions has begun. The official website @ ibps.in will host the IBPS Clerk 2022 notification. The IBPS Clerk Exam will be conducted entirely online. There are two stages to the selection process:

  1. IBPS Clerk prelims
  2. IBPS Clerk Mains

IBPS Clerk notification out 2022

IBPS Clerk Recruitment Notification Important Dates

EventsDates
IBPS Clerk Notification 202229th June 2022
Online Registration Process1st July 2022
Online Application Ends On21st July 2022
IBPS Clerk Prelims Call LetterTo be notified
IBPS Clerk Pre exam dateSeptember 2022
IBPS Clerk Prelims result dateTo be notified
IBPS Clerk Mains admit cardTo be notified
IBPS Clerk Mains exam dateTo be notified
Declaration of Final (Mains) Result-2022To be notified

IBPS Clerk Notification 2022: PDF

IBPS has released the official IBPS Clerk notification on 30th June 2022. According to the official notification, the application process will start on 1st July 2022 and will last till 21st July 2022.

IBPS Clerk Apply Online-2022

IBPS Clerk Apply Online: IBPS has released a total of 6035 vacancies for the IBPS Clerk Exam in 2022. The notification was released on 29th June 2022. Candidates who are aspiring to join the banking industry should not miss on this golden opportunity. The application process will begin on 1st July 2022, and will continue till 21st July 2022.

Register for the IBPS clerk 2022 Exam by filling the Online Registration form available on the following link:

IBPS Clerk 2022 Eligibility 

Educational Qualification: 

  • The candidate should be a Graduate in any discipline. The graduation should have been done from a University recognized by the Government of India.
  • Any other equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government is also permissible. The candidate should have valid proof or certificate of the qualification/Graduation degree.
  • At the time of registering online for the examination the candidate needs to mention the percentage of marks obtained in Graduation, therefore, they should have a valid mark sheet or Degree Certificate at the time of registration.
  • Ex-servicemen who do not possess the above civil examination qualifications should be matriculated, ex-servicemen. They should have completed not less than 15 years of service in the Armed forces of the Union and have obtained the Army special certificate of education or corresponding certificate in the Navy or Air force.

Computer Literacy: 

The candidate should have the knowledge of operating and working on computers with a valid certificate or degree or diploma in computer operations or languages. Or the candidate should have studied Computer or Information Technology as one of the subjects in High School/College/Institute.

Language Proficiency: 

The candidate must be proficient in reading/writing and speaking the official language of the State/Union Territory in which he/she wishes to apply for the vacancy.

Age Limit: 

The minimum age limit for candidates to apply for the IBPS clerk exam is 20 years and the maximum age limit is 28 years. Relaxation in the maximum/upper age limit has been provided for various categories which are summarized as under:-

Sl. No.CategoryAge Relaxation
1Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST)5 years
2Other Backward Caste (OBC) Non-creamy layer3 years
3Persons with disability10 years
4Ex-Servicemen/Disabled Ex-ServicemenThe actual period of service rendered in Defense forces 3 years, subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years
5Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)The actual period of service rendered in Defense forces 8 years, subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years
6Widows/Divorced Women/Women legally separated from their husbands who have not remarried9 years
7A person affected by the 1984 riots5 years
8A regular employee of Union Carbide factory, Bhopal retrenched from service (Only applicable for Madhya Pradesh state)5 years

It is to be noted that candidates seeking age relaxation will be required to submit a valid certificate or proof in original/photocopy at the time of joining and at any subsequent stage of the recruitment process as required by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection or the bank in which the candidate is to be posted.

Nationality/Citizenship: 

A candidate must be either –

 (a) a citizen of India or;
 (b) a subject of Nepal or Bhutan or;
(c) a Tibetan refugee who came over to India with the intention of permanently settling in India provided that he came to India before 1st January 1962 or;
(d) a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Srilanka, Burma, Pakistan, East African countries of Uganda, Kenya, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Vietnam, and Ethiopia with the intention of permanently settling in India.
It is also important to note that candidates belonging to countries other than India are required to produce a valid eligibility certificate duly issued by the prescribed authority of the Government of India.

IBPS Clerk Recruitment Notification 2022: Application Fees

In the table given below, candidates can check the application fees for IBPS Clerk 2022

Name Of The CategoryApplication Fees
ST/SC/PWDRs. 175
General & othersRs. 850

IBPS Clerk Vacancies 2022

IBPS Clerk notification have been released. You can check the IBPS Clerk vacancies here

State/UTSum of TOTAL
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR4
ANDHRA PRADESH209
ARUNACHAL PRADESH14
ASSAM157
BIHAR281
CHANDIGARH12
CHHATTISGARH104
DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI and DAMAN & DIU1
DELHI295
GOA71
GUJARAT304
HARYANA138
HIMACHAL PRADESH91
JAMMU & KASHMIR35
JHARKHAND69
KARNATAKA358
KERALA70
LAKSHADWEEP5
MADHYA PRADESH309
MAHARASHTRA775
MANIPUR4
MEGHALAYA6
MIZORAM4
NAGALAND4
ODISHA126
PUDUCHERRY2
PUNJAB407
RAJASTHAN129
SIKKIM11
TAMIL NADU288
TELANGANA99
TRIPURA17
UTTAR PRADESH1089
UTTRAKHAND19
WEST BENGAL528
Grand Total6035

IBPS Clerk Medium of Examination: State-wise

Name of StateVersion of tests (Medium of examination)
Andaman & NicobarEnglish and Hindi
Andhra PradeshEnglish, Hindi and Telugu
Arunachal PradeshEnglish and Hindi
AssamEnglish, Hindi and Assamese
BiharEnglish and Hindi
ChandigarhEnglish & Hindi
ChhattisgarhEnglish and Hindi
Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman& DiuEnglish. Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and Konkani
Delhi (NCT)English and Hindi
GoaEnglish, Hindi and Konkani
GujaratEnglish, Hindi and Gujarati
HaryanaEnglish and Hindi
Himachal PradeshEnglish and Hindi
Jammu & KashmirEnglish, Hindi and Urdu
JharkhandEnglish and Hindi
KarnatakaEnglish, Hindi,  Kannada and Konkani
KeralaEnglish, Hindi and Malayalam
LadakhEnglish and Hindi
LakshadweepEnglish, Hindi and Malayalam
Madhya PradeshEnglish and Hindi
MaharashtraEnglish, Hindi, Marathi and Konkani
ManipurEnglish, Hindi and Manipuri
MeghalayaEnglish and Hindi
MizoramEnglish and Hindi
NagalandEnglish and Hindi
OdishaEnglish, Hindi and Odia
PuducherryEnglish, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam
PunjabEnglish, Hindi and Punjabi
RajasthanEnglish and Hindi
SikkimEnglish and Hindi
Tamil NaduEnglish, Hindi and Tamil
TelanganaEnglish, Hindi, Telugu and Urdu
TripuraEnglish, Hindi and Bengali
Uttar PradeshEnglish, Hindi and Urdu
UttarakhandEnglish and Hindi
West BengalEnglish, Hindi and Bengali

IBPS Clerk Exam Syllabus (Pre & Mains)

Reasoning, English Language, and Numerical Ability are the three key elements of the preliminary examination. When preparing for the IBPS Clerk CRP, pay attention to the subheadings in each of these areas. The following is a list of topics covered in the IBPS Clerk 2022 Prelims and Mains exams:

English LanguageNumerical AbilityReasoning AbilityComputerGeneral Awareness
Reading ComprehensionNumber SeriesPuzzle and ArrangementsHistory and Generation of ComputersBanking and Insurance Awareness
Cloze TestSimplification/ ApproximationInequalityIntroduction to Computer OrganizationFinancial Awareness
FillersQuadratic EquationsSyllogismComputer Hardware and I/O DevicesGovt. Schemes and Policies
Spotting ErrorsData InterpretationCoding-DecodingComputer Languages, Basics of DBMSCurrent Affairs
Sentence ImprovementData SufficiencyBlood RelationsOperating System, InternetStatic Awareness
Fill in the BlanksMiscellaneousDirection senseComputer Network & Security 
  Order and RankingMS Office Suit and Short cut keys 
   Computer Memory, Computer Software 
   Number System and Conversion 

Read more about IBPS Clerk Exam Syllabus

IBPS Clerk Exam Cutoff Marks-2021

The IBPS Clerk cut-off marks 2022 for prelims and mains/final allotment will be announced along with the scorecard once the exam is conducted. Candidates can see the IBPS Clerk cut-off marks for the prelims exam from the previous year below:

State NameCut-Off Marks
Andhra Pradesh78
Bihar71.25
Delhi77
Gujarat72
Goa53.75
Himachal Pradesh72
J & K77.5
Jharkhand75.75
Kerala77.25
Madhya Pradesh77.75
Maharashtra69.75
Odisha75
Punjab75.25
Rajasthan78.25
Karnataka65.75
Telangana74.25
Tripura59.25 (OBC)
Uttar Pradesh73.5
Uttarakhand78.50
West Bengal61.50
Tamil Nadu71 (OBC)

Read more about IBPS Clerk Cut off marks

Selection Process for IBPS Clerk 

For the position of clerk, there is no need for an interview process. The results of the mains exam are given 100 % weightage. Candidates who pass the Online Preliminary Exam and are shortlisted will be required to take the Online Main Exam. IBPS’s examination methodology consists of two parts: 

  • Online preliminary examination.
  • Online main examination.

IBPS Clerk Salary per Month

IBPS clerks earn between INR 11,765 to INR 42,020 per month. In the IBPS clerk salary, the basic pay is INR 11,765, and the rest pay consists of dearness allowance, housing rent allowance, medical allowance, and transportation allowance. For those who join initially, the cash in hand for the IBPS Clerk remuneration is INR 19,461.

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IBPS clerk is a highly competitive exam and the candidates need to have good accuracy and time management skills to successfully secure a place in the merit list prepared on the basis of the cut-off criteria. The candidates should regularly practice mock tests to improve their speed and accuracy. Apart from clearing the exams, it is also necessary for the candidates to have a positive attitude towards the work to be performed by them after their selection. 

IBPS Clerk Prelims Preparation Strategy

Section-wise preparation strategies for IBPS Clerk Prelims exam are as follows:

IBPS CLERK Prelims Preparation Strategy For English Language Section:

  • This section consists of fill-in-the-blanks, para-jumble, word usage, error spotting, reading comprehension, etc.
  • Usually, around 8-10 questions will be based on comprehension, while the other 20-22 questions will be based on the other topics mentioned.
  • It is important that you prepare for this section by reading regularly. Reading newspapers, editorials, books, etc can help build up your grammar as well as vocabulary.
  • You need to be thorough on the usage of verbs and their different forms, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, etc. in different sentences.
  • For IBPS Clerk Prelims Preparation, reading at least two articles in the newspaper daily is advised. This can help you achieve a good score in the English Language section.

IBPS CLERK Prelims Preparation Strategy For Numerical Ability Section:

  • Simplification or approximation questions form a very major portion of this section. Remember that the prelims exam is only a qualifying exam for the Mains exam. So, having a fast calculation speed is an important requirement for this section.
  • You should be well acquainted with the multiplication tables and squares and cubes of the first 30 natural numbers. There will also be miscellaneous individual questions based on topics like Profit and Loss, Time and Speed, Time and Work, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration, etc..
  • You should be well versed with the formulas and basic concepts of these topics. Along with these, there will be Data Interpretation (DI) questions like table, pie chart, bar graphs, caselets, etc.. The table or graph will be followed by 4-5 questions based on the data given. The more number of questions you practice in this section, the better your chances of scoring a good score.

IBPS CLERK Prelims Preparation Strategy For Reasoning Ability Section:

  • The common topics in the reasoning section are Puzzles (Arrangement based sets of questions), Syllogism, Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, Inequalities, etc..
  • The basic thing required to answer the questions of this section correctly is understanding the logic well.
  • Read the puzzles thoroughly and note down (or draw diagrams if required) as you do so.
  • Do not rush while reading the question, as a simple or silly reading mistake could lead to the whole set of puzzles getting solved wrong. Practice as many questions as possible to score well in the reasoning section.

Takeaways for IBPS Clerk Prelims Preparation Strategy:

  • Read articles and newspapers regularly to improve your grammar and vocabulary and to score well in the English Language section.
  • Learn short tricks for the Quantitative Aptitude questions. Practice such tricks over and over to get a good grip on them.
  • For Reasoning questions, try to develop tricks for specific topics like blood relations, coding and decoding, etc..
  • Do not use a calculator while solving quantitative questions even if you feel like it. Using the calculator now can make you unable to solve even easy calculations during the exam.
  • Practice as many questions as possible. Try to develop an understanding of your strong and weak areas so that you can work on them and approach the questions in the exam accordingly.
  • Once you are done studying topics individually, switch to practicing mock tests. Time-bound practice will help you and make you better prepared for the real exam.
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