IBPS RRB Admit Card 2020
The Institute will release separate admit cards for Preliminary, Main, and Single exam. The IBPS RRB 2020 admit card for Officer Scale-I (Preliminary) was released on 8th September 2020 and for Office Assistant (Preliminary) on 11th September 2020. For Main and Single exam admit cards, candidates must keep a check on the official website. The admit cards will be tentatively released 10 days before the exam. The admit card will contain the name of the candidate, roll number, address, photograph, signature and address of the allotted examination centre.
To download the IBPS RRB call letter, visit the official website. Use the login credentials, such as registration number and date of birth details.
IBPS RRB Result 2020
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection will release the IBPS RRB result after each phase of the examination. The candidates who qualify the Preliminary phase will be called for the Main phase, and those who qualify the Main phase will be called for the Interview phase. The Provisional Allotment will be done in January 2021. Candidates can check the result through these steps:
- Visit the official website of IBPS.
- Click on the link which says “Check Officer Scale I, Officer Scale II, Officer Scale III result”.
- Once you click on the desired link, you will be directed to the next page.
- Now, enter your exam registration no/roll no and password/DOB on the login page and check your result.
- Download the result on your computer and take a printout for future reference/ needs.
IBPS RRB Cut-off 2020
The exam conducting body will release the IBPS RRB 2020 cut-off, which would contain the minimum qualifying marks. General candidates need to score a minimum of 40% marks, while the reserved category applicants must possess 35% marks.
IBPS RRB 2020 - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
The frequently asked questions related to the IBPS RRB 2020 exam are as under -
Q: How can I apply for the IBPS RRB 2020 exam?
A: The application forms are issued online. For the year 2020, the application forms were available from 1st to 21st July at the official website of the exam-conducting Authority, i.e. the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. Candidates must visit the official website of IBPS and look for the link to apply. Read the IBPS RRB application process section above for detailed information.
Q: Can a candidate apply for more than one post?
A: Yes, he can. But this facility is limited up to applying for the Officer Scale I and Office Assistant (Multipurpose) posts. If someone is applying for the Scale II and Scale III posts, he can’t apply for the Office Assistant post.
Q: My grandfather migrated to India from Pakistan in 1960. Since then we have been living in India, will it create any problem while submitting the form?
A: For that, you need to produce a PIO certificate.
Q: I went through the official website and couldn’t find any details about the exam pattern. FYI, I wish to appear for Office Assistant (Multipurpose). Please help!
A: IBPS will conduct the Office Assistant exam in two phases – Preliminary and Main. The preliminary exam will carry 80 objective type questions (80 marks). After qualifying the prelims, the candidates can appear in the main exam. It will have 200 questions. There will be a penalty for the wrong answer. However, before applying for the post make sure that you meet the pre-requisite eligibility.
Q: When will the call letters be issued?
A: The call letters for the preliminary exam (Officer Scale-I) were released on 8th September 2020 and for the preliminary exam (Office Assistant) on 11th September 2020. For the Main phase and Single examinations, the admit cards will be released 10 days or a week before the exam.
Q: Do the reserved category candidates have to pay the application fee?
A: Yes, reserved category candidates are required to pay ₹ 175 as the application fee.
Q: If I clear both the rounds (Prelims and Main), does it guarantee a job?
A: No, not exactly. You will be called for the Interview Round. It will be done by the Nodal Regional Rural Banks with the assistance of the Institute and NABARD. After all the rounds are done, it is the Authority or the concerned RRB that will take the final decision.