Post Name:
Office Assistant (Multipurpose) - 4624
Officer Scale-I (Assistant Manager) - 3800
Officer Scale-II (General Banking Officer (Manager) - 837
Officer Scale-II (Information Technology Officer) - 58
Officer Scale-II (Chartered Accountant) - 26
Officer Scale-II (Law Officer) - 26
Officer Scale-II (Treasury Manager) - 3
Officer Scale-II (Marketing Officer) - 8
Officer Scale-II (Agriculture Officer) - 100
Officer Scale-III - 156

No.of Vacancies: 9638

Qualification: Bachelors Degree, CA,  Degree (Law), CA/ MBA, MBA (Marketing)

Age Limit:
Maximum Age for Officer Scale-II: 32 Years
Maximum Age for Officer Scale- I: 30 Years
Maximum Age for Office Asst: 28 Years
Minimum Age for Officer Scale- III & II: 21 Years
Minimum Age for Officer Scale- I & Office Asst: 18 Years
Maximum Age for Officer Scale-III: 40 Years

Application Fee:
Officer (Scale I, II & III)
SC/ST/PWBD - Rs. 175/-
Remaining all - Rs. 850/-

Office Assistant (Multipurpose)
SC/ST/PWBD/EXSM - Rs. 175/-
Remaining All - Rs. 850/-

Job Location: All Over India

Last Date: 21st July 2020

Official Notification:


Name: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)

Post Name: Professor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Faculty Research Associate, Research Associates, Hindi Officer, Research Associates – Technical, Analyst Programmer — Windows, Analyst Programmer – Linux, Programming Assistant, IT Administrator

No.of Vacancies: 29

Qualification: Ph.D., Post Graduation, M.Tech or M.E, Master Degree, B.E./B.Tech/MCA, BSc-IT, BCA, BSc. Computer Science

Job Location: All Over India

Selection Process: CBT and Interview

Last Date: 15th July 2020

Official Notification:

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The IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection), commonly identified as IBPS is an independent body. It is listed under the Societies Act 1860 Registration, and also a Public Trust following the Public Trust Act of Bombay, 1950. It is designed to support businesses in the fields of personnel such as placement, recruitment, by designing, selection, and producing suitable examination tests/tools, evaluation of answer answers and processing results of exams, and manages such exam-related services, on-demand.

The mission of IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) is intimately connected with a significant event in the business arena of the nation; the Nationalisation of fourteen important Banks in 1969, and consequently, the business of NIBM as an top-level analysis and education institute of all government sector Banks, most at the same time.

Following the Nationalisation of the govt Banks in the year 1969, the Banks were expected to open further and more branches so that more characters can get “Total Banking Services” in the nation. Banks began growing their branch system, but it was not feasible without the recruitment of new workers. Handling the Crucial and Critical action of “Selecting Right persons for the Best post” was a great job for the banks.

At the equivalent time the complete selection procedure of the govt banks, which they were watching those days, was not a dress code, scientific and standard selection procedure. Besides this, some Senior employees in the public sector Banks believed that the common system of choosing representatives had no certainty about the characteristics to be included in the applicant's selection procedure and their connection to subsequent on-the-job achievement and career extension of the selectees.