IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Registration Process Starts

Vinod Sharma updated on : 14 Sep 2016

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has started the registration process for the IBPS Clerk VI 2016 exam. The registration will end on September 12, 2016.

IBPS Clerk

Those who want to pursue a successful and rewarding career in the banking sector may surely be delighted to know that the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has started the registration process for filling up the posts of clerks from August 22, 2016. Aspirants can reach out to the official website (www.ibps.in), register on it and apply for the same by filling up the relevant details.

Earlier, a notification was released to fill up 19,243 vacant posts of clerks in various participating banks list of which is given hereunder.

Canara Bank

Indian Overseas Bank

UCO Bank

Allahabad Bank

Dena Bank

Punjab and Sind Bank

Vijaya Bank

Bank of India

Corporation Bank

Punjab National Bank

United Bank of India

Bank of Baroda

Indian Bank

Syndicate Bank

Bank of Maharashtra

Andhra Bank

Central Bank of India

Oriental Bank of India

Union Bank of India


IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Eligibility Criteria

Those who are applying for the IBPS Clerk VI 2016 should necessarily possess a bachelor’s degree from an institute/ university or equivalent qualification that government of India recognizes. The highest age to apply for the posts of IBPS Clerk VI 2016 is 28 years as on August 1, 2016 for general category. As per the norms, candidates belonging to the reserved categories will get relaxation in the age limit.

IBPS Clerk VI 2016: How to apply

Those interested in applying for IBPS Clerk VI 2016 can consider following the easy steps mentioned hereunder to do so easily, quickly and without mush of hassles whatsoever.

  • Visit the official website (www.ibps.in) and long on to it.
  • Fill in the details in the prescribed format
  • Upload the scanned copies of all the documents required
  • Click on the ‘Submit’ button
  • After the submission, candidates are advised to download, save and take the printout of the file for the future reference.

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Exam Details

Candidates should know that the IBPS Clerk VI 2016 exam will be held in two phases: Preliminary and Main at various test centres across India. Only those who qualify the preliminary exam will be able to take the main exam and those who pass the main exam will be provisionally allotted seats in one of the participating banks.

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Important Dates

Candidates who want to apply for the IBPS Clerk VI 2016 exam, need to keep the following important dates in mind.

Event IBPS Clerk VI  


Last day to apply

September 12, 2016

Call letter for Pre-Exam Training

October 25 to November 7, 2016

Conducting Pre- Exam Training

November 7 to 12, 2016

Call Letters for Pre-Exam Online

November 18, 2016

Online Prelims Exam

November 26, 27 and December 3, 4, 2016

Main examination online

December 31 and January 1, 2017

Provisional Allotment

April 2017

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Paper pattern

For those who want to appear and crack the IBPS Clerk VI 2016, it is but imperative that they know the paper pattern and study accordingly. This computer based exam will have two stages: Preliminary and Main exam after which candidates will be provisionally allotted a seat in the participating banks. We are providing here the paper pattern for prelims and main exam.

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Paper pattern for Prelims Exam: 

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 prelims exam will consist of 100 questions based on Numerical Ability, English and Reasoning Ability. Candidates will be getting only one hour to solve the question paper which is of 100 marks.

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 Paper Pattern for Main Exam: 

IBPS Clerk VI 2016 main exam will comprise of 200 questions based on Quantitative aptitude, Reason, computer knowledge, General Awareness (with reference to banking sector) and English Language. The duration of the IBPS Clerk main exam is two hours and 15 minutes. Each question will car one mark and every wrong answer will deduct .25 marks from the candidate’s score. However, no negative marking will be done for questions that are left without answers.


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