The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has issued call letters of candidates who applied for the online preliminary examination for CWE RRB scale I officer.
Candidates can download their call letters by visiting the official website of IBPS. The call letter will be available for download until November 6, 2016.
Steps to download the call letter:
1) Go to official website of IBPS
2) Click on the link ‘CWE RRB officer scale I preliminary examination call letter’ running on the top of the page
3) You will be directed to a new page to log in
4) Select the language – English or Hindi
5) Enter registration no/roll no and password/DOB in dd-mm-yy format
6) Enter the captcha code as seen in the image and click on login to download the call letter
Or click here to directly go to the login page.
The notification for (CWE RRBs-V) recruitment was issued on September 9 to fill up 16,560 posts. Out of the total posts, 5,539 are for officer scale I, 1,999 posts for officer scale II and 8,824 posts are for office assistants.
For candidates, who have applied for the posts of officers scale I, the online examination will be held in two phases: preliminary and main. Candidates who clear the preliminary exam will have to appear for the main exam and shortlisted candidates will then be called for an interview.
The online preliminary exam for officer scale I will be held on November 5 and November 6 and the results will be declared in November.
The main examination will be held on December 11 and the results will be declared in the same month. Interviews will be conducted in January 2017. The provisional allotment of banks to successful candidates will be made in February 2017.
All these dates are tentative.
Preliminary exam pattern
The preliminary exam will be of 45-minute duration with two sections carrying 80 marks for 80 questions.
For officer scale I there will be 40 questions of reasoning and 40 questions of quantitative aptitude. The medium of the exam will be Hindi or English.
To be successful, candidates need to qualify in both the tests by securing a minimum cut-off marks set by the IBPS.