IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017 | Officer Scale I, II, III

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IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017 | Officer Scale I, II, III

IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will conduct the Common Written Examination (CWE) for the recruitment of candidates to various Regional Rural Banks (RRBs). There are 15337 vacancies for IBPS RRB Recruitment 2017 for the post of Group-A Officers (Scale-I, Scale-II & Scale-III) and Group B Office Assistants (Multiple-purpose).

There is a lot of difference between an Assistant and an Officer Level post in IBPS RRB Recruitment. This is why we have created separate articles for both of them. For all those who are interested in applying for the post of Office Assistant can click on the link below:IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017 | Assistant (Multipurpose)

If you have applied or are thinking of applying for the post of Officer Scale I/ II/ III for IBPS RRB Recruitment 2017, we suggest you read this article thoroughly and bookmark this page for future updates too.

 

IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017: Officer Scale I

For this years IBPS Officer Scale I Regional Rural Bank Recruitment, there are 5123 vacancies. The post of Officer Scale I in Rural Banks is different than an Office Assistant. Unlike Assistant, it is more central towards decision making rather than clerical works.

IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017 for Officer Scale I Post is a 3-Tier Process. There will be a Prelims & Mains Written Examination for the recruitment to Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), followed by an Interview. The detailed information regarding both papers has been mentioned below.

IBPS RRB Phase 1: Prelims Written Examination

Similar to most bank examinations, the exam pattern for IBPS RRB Prelims 2017 will be objective MCQ based. There will be 2 sections – Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude, with 40 questions each.

Name of the Section   Number of Questions  Maximum Marks
 Reasoning Ability  40  40
 Quantitative Ability  40  40
 Total  80  80

The most important details regarding IBPS RRB Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme for Prelims Examination are as follows.

  • The Written Examination will be bilingual i.e. English/ Hindi.
  • There will be 80 questions in total, 40 from each section.
  • Each question will carry 1 mark. Hence, the total score will be 80.
  • For every wrong attempt, 0.25 mark will be deducted.
  • The total time will be 45 minutes.

After the declaration of IBPS RRB Result for Preliminary Examination, a merit list will be prepared for all the shortlisted candidates for the Mains Examination for Officer Scale I Post.

IBPS RRB Phase 2: Mains Written Examination

The shortlisted candidates will be called for the final paper for IBPS RRB Recruitment 2017. This will be again an objective MCQ based paper, but with more questions and sections. For IBPS RRB Mains Examination, there will be 5 sections.

  1. Reasoning Ability
  2. Quantitative Aptitude
  3. General Awareness
  4. English/ Hindi Language
  5. Computer Language

The total number of questions in IBPS RRB Phase II Examination will be 200.

Name of the Section   Number of Questions  Maximum Marks
 Reasoning Ability  40  50
 Quantitative Aptitude  40  50
 General Awareness  40  40
 English/ Hindi Language  40  40
 Computer Knowledge  40  20
 Total  200  200

The most important details regarding IBPS RRB Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme for Mains Examination are as follows.

  • The Written Examination will be bilingual i.e. English/ Hindi (except for the language section).
  • There will be 200 questions in total.
  • The maximum marks for IBPS RRB Mains will be 200.
  • For every wrong attempt, 1/4th mark of the total score of the question will be deducted.
  • The total time will be 2 Hours (120 minutes).

The scores achieved in Mains Examination for IBPS Rural Regional Bank Recruitment will be the deciding factor for moving to the final round.

IBPS RRB Phase 3: Interview

Candidates who are shortlisted based on IBPS RRB Mains Examination are called for Interview Round. The final seat allotment is done on the basis of scores from the both Mains Written Examination and Interview.

This is our detailed view on IBPS RRB Selection Procedure for the post of Officer Scale-I. Next, we talk in detail about the selection process for the Officer Scale 2 & Scale 3 Post.

 

IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017: Officer Scale II (General/ Specialist) & Officer Scale III 

For this years IBPS Regional Rural Bank Recruitment, the number of available vacancies for Scale II and III officers are as follows.

RRBs Officer Scale-II Vacancies

Officers Scale II (Agricultural Officer) 166
Officers Scale II (Marketing) 35
Officers Scale II (Treasury Manager) 13
Officers Scale II (Law) 27
Officers Scale –II (Chartered Accountant) 38
Officers Scale II (Information Technology officer) 95
Officer Scale-II (General Banking Officer) 1373

RRBs Officer Scale III Vacancies: 169 Posts

IBPS RRB Selection Procedure 2017 for both Scale II & III is a 2-Tier Process. But, unlike the recruitment process for assistant, there will be a Single Written Examination followed by an Interview for the recruitment to Regional Rural Banks (RRBs). The detailed information regarding both paper and interview have been mentioned below.

IBPS RRB Phase 1: Single Level Written Examination

As the title suggests, there will be only one written examination. Depending on the post you opt for, these are following exam patterns for each.

Officer Scale-II (General Banking)

The pattern of the examination will be objective MCQ based with 5 sections and a total score of 200 Marks.

Name of the Section   Number of Questions  Maximum Marks
 Reasoning Ability  40  50
 Quantitative Aptitude & Data  Interpretation  40  50
 Financial Awareness  40  40
 English/ Hindi Language  40  40
 Computer Knowledge  40  20
 Total  200  200

The most important details regarding IBPS RRB Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme for Mains Examination are as follows.

  • The Written Examination will be bilingual i.e. English/ Hindi (except for the language section).
  • There will be 200 questions in total.
  • The maximum marks for IBPS RRB Mains will be 200.
  • For every wrong attempt, 1/4th mark of the total score of the question will be deducted.
  • The total time will be 2 Hours (120 minutes).

The scores achieved in the written examination for IBPS Rural Regional Bank Recruitment will be the deciding factor for moving to the final round.

Officer Scale-II (Specialist Cadre)

The pattern of the examination will be objective MCQ based with 6 sections and a total score of 200 Marks.

Name of the Section   Number of Questions  Maximum Marks
 Reasoning Ability  40  50
 Quantitative Aptitude & Data  Interpretation  40  50
 Financial Awareness  40  40
 English/ Hindi Language  40  40
 Computer Knowledge  40  20
 Professional Knowledge  40  20
 Total  240  200

The most important details regarding IBPS RRB Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme for Mains Examination are as follows.

  • The Written Examination will be bilingual i.e. English/ Hindi (except for the language section).
  • There will be 240 questions in total.
  • The maximum marks for IBPS RRB Mains will be 200.
  • For every wrong attempt, 1/4th mark of the total score of the question will be deducted.
  • The total time will be 2 Hours 30 Minutes (150 minutes).

The scores achieved in the written examination for IBPS Rural Regional Bank Recruitment will be the deciding factor for moving to the final round.

Officer Scale-III

The pattern of the examination will be objective MCQ based with 5 sections and a total score of 200 Marks.

Name of the Section   Number of Questions  Maximum Marks
 Reasoning Ability  40  50
 Quantitative Aptitude & Data  Interpretation  40  50
 Financial Awareness  40  40
 English/ Hindi Language  40  40
 Computer Knowledge  40  20
 Total  200  200

The most important details regarding IBPS RRB Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme for Mains Examination are as follows.

  • The Written Examination will be bilingual i.e. English/ Hindi (except for the language section).
  • There will be 200 questions in total.
  • The maximum marks for IBPS RRB Mains will be 200.
  • For every wrong attempt, 1/4th mark of the total score of the question will be deducted.
  • The total time will be 2 Hours (120 minutes).

The scores achieved in written examination for IBPS Rural Regional Bank Recruitment will be the deciding factor for moving to the final round.

IBPS RRB Phase 2: Interview

The candidates who are shortlisted based on IBPS RRB Single Written Examination are called for Interview Round. The final seat allotment is done on the basis of scores from the both Written Examination and Interview.

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This is our detailed view on IBPS RRB Selection Procedure for the post of Officer Scale-II and Scale-III. Stay connected for more information regarding IBPS RRB Recruitment 2017. To excel in Bank Examinations, download the Best Bank Exam Preparation App for free.

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