IBPS CWE RRB VI officers scale 1 prelims exam 2017 result has been announced. Read below the process to check IBPS CWE RRB Prelims result.
IBPS RRB CWE 2017 result for the recruitment of Officers (Scale I, II, III) and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) has been declared by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). IBPS RRB CWE VI was conducted on September 9, 10 and 16.
The candidates can view their result by logging onto the official website of IBPS or by clicking here.
They will have to enter their registration number, roll number, password and date of birth to view the result. One must keep a print or screenshot of the IBPS RRB CWE prelim scorecard for any kind of future reference.
How to check IBPS CWE RRB VI Officers Scale I Prelims result 2017?
- Visit official website of ibps.in
- Click on the link highlighting "Online preliminary exam result status for CWE RRB officer scale I'
- Enter your login credentials created while filling the online application form
- Enter the captcha code given on the screen and click on login to check your result
The exam was conducted in the month of September. The test consisted of five sections and the candidates were evaluated based on Reasoning, General Awareness, Numerical Ability, English & Hindi Language and Computer Knowledge.
IBPS RRB Officer Scale I preliminary examination is just a qualifying exam which candidates need to clear to qualify for IBPS RRB Main exam, which is scheduled to be conducted on November 5, 2017. Through IBPS RRB Officer Scale Common Written Exam 2017 a total of 5,236 vacancies will be filled.
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is an autonomous body that is involved in rendering services to all public sector banks, State Bank of India (SBI), Reserve Bank of India (RBI), other associate banks, LIC Insurance companies etc. It also takes into account many undertakings of non-financial sectors such as Regional Rural Banks (RRB). Apart from this, many management institutes and universities seek help from IBPS for the purpose of conducting admission tests.