JAIIB Exam Centre List 2023: The Indian Institute of Banking and Finance is conducting JAIIB 2023 on the 8th, 14th, 15th, and 29th of October, 2023. This is the October cycle of this exam. The registration process began on the 1st of August and will end on the 21st of August 2023. Candidates who have registered for the same will be receiving their admit cards in September 2023. The admit card will contain information on your exam centre, date, time of exam, time for reporting, etc.
The JAIIB 2023 October cycle will be held on 8th, 14th, 15th, and 29th of October, 2023. Candiates should keep the following points in mind as they select their centres.
Candidates should appear for the examination only at the centre where they are working provided there is an examination centre at such place and if there is no examination centre, they should appear at the nearest examination centre.
Result of candidate violating this rule or giving wrong information is liable for cancellation.
While registering for the examination/course candidates will have provision to choose venue and examination time slot of his/her choice for each subject as per their preference on first-cum-first-serve basis.
Candidates are required to take utmost care and precaution in selecting Centre, Venue and Time slot, as there is no provision to change the Centre, Venue and Time slot in the system.
No request for change of centre, venue and time slot will be entertained for any reason.
The Institute reserves the right to close any of the existing centre/s on account of less number of candidates appearing from that centre or any other reason which it may think fit. In such case, candidate will be advised to appear at the examination from the nearest available centre.
JAIIB Exam Centre List 2023: Change of Centre
IIBF does not entertain requests to change centre under any circumstances except for special cases. These are as follows:
Transfer to a different location after registration is complete.
Schedule for training after the registration is complete.
Deputation to a different location around the exam date after the registration is complete.
Change of centre for personal reasons are not allowed. However in case of any of the above reasons, candidates may submit an application for changing their chosen centre to the new one. This can be done via email to the Institute.
JAIIB Exam Centre List 2023: Important Points about Change of Centre
While submitting the application for change of centre, the candidate should make sure to affix the transfer/training/deputation order alongwith the application. This proof is necessary to validate your need to change the exam centre.
All requests for exam centre change should be sumbitted to the Institute 45 days before the commencement of the exam. Any applications sent within 45 days before the exam will not be considered.
Candidates should be careful while choosing their exam centre. It is best to avoid needing to change the centre as the Institute may not entertain requests for the same. As the list above shows, it should not be difficult to find a centre that maybe convenient for you. So make your choice of centre and time slot carefully.
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JAIIB Exam Centres: Frequently Asked Questions
What are the changes in JAIIB exam marking scheme?
With effect from 2023, there will be 1 mark awarded for every correct answer and 1/4th mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
How many questions for each paper in JAIIB?
For JAIIB 2023, each paper has 120 questions worth 100 marks. From 2023 onwards, each paper will have 100 questions worth 100 marks.
When will the new JAIIB syllabus be introduced?
The revised syllabus will come into effect from the May/June 2023 cycle of JAIIB.
When is JAIIB 2023?
JAIIB 2023 October cycle will be held on 8th, 14th, 15th, and 29th October, 2023. The last date for registration was on 21st September 2023.
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