IBPS has just updated the marks, score card of all the candidates who had appeared in the PO Mains 2016 exam. The candidates can check IBPS PO marks at the official website www.ibps.in by using their registration number and date of birth. The results of mains exam were announced on December 8.
IBPS aims to fill 8,822 vacancies of Probationary Officers through its notification CWE-PO-MT-VI. Well above 12 lakh aspirants had taken the PO Prelims exam in October and around 2 lakh of them were announced qualified for the Mains exam. The IBPS had organized PO Mains 2016 exam on November 20, followed by a re-exam on 25th and had already published the results.
The main exam was of 200 marks and the official cut-off on total scores went at 52.50 marks for General & OBC; 41.75 for SC and 31.50 for ST candidates. The candidates who had obtained marks equal to or above than the cut-offs are eligible to appear for the final round of selection process – Interview. The interviews are tentatively scheduled to be held in February. All the candidates selected for interview will be intimated about the center, address of the venue, time & date of interview through separate call letter.
The Interview will be conducted by the participating Organisations and coordinated by the Nodal Bank in each State/UT with the help of IBPS. The interview will hold the weightage of 100 marks. The candidates must keep in mind that the final selection will be based on the scores obtained in the main exam and interview taken together in the ratio of 80:20 respectively. The candidates will also have to perform well in the interview and those not securing minimum qualifying marks in the interview will be ruled out of the competition. The minimum qualifying marks are 35 percent for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates and 40 percent for general category candidates.
The candidates will have to present at their respective Interview venue along with the required document for verification purpose. The biometric impressions captured at the time of main exam will also be verified at the time of interview.