IBPS Admit Card 2019: RRB Officer Scale I Prelims Hall Ticket Released
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has released the admit card for RRB Officer Scale I Prelims Exam on its official website by 20th July 2019.
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has uploaded the IPBS RRB Officer Scale I Prelims Admit Card on its official website. Candidates can download the hall ticket by signing into the authorized IBPS portal i.e. ibps.in.
As per the latest announcement made by the official authority, the IBPS Officer Scale 1 prelim exam is scheduled to be held on 3rd, 4th, and 11th August 2019. The application process of the IBPS RRB exam 2019 was started from 18th June 2019 and the last date to apply was 4th July 2019.
Steps to Download the IBPS RRB Officer Scale I Admit Card 2019
Candidates who have appeared for the IBPS RRB PO Prelims 2019 examination are advised to download the admit cards by pursuing the steps, provided below:
- Sign in to the official IBPS website - https://www.ibps.in/
- Click on the activated link to download preliminary exam call letter for CRP RRBs- VIII officers scale I
- In the login page, enter your registration number and password in the prompted field.
- Now, enter the captcha code and tap on the login button to precede the steps.
- Review your admit card, take a print out and save it on your desktop.
Note: Aspirants may please note that the examination date, time, and centre would be listed on the admit card. Participants would be required to present the admit card to successfully enter in the examination hall.
Details Mentioned on IBPS RRB Officer Scale I Prelims Admit Card 2019
The call letter will contain the following information:
- Name of the Candidate
- Name of the Exam
- Father’s Name of the Candidate
- Examination Date and Timings
- Examination Venue
- Other Details
IBPS Officer Scale I Prelims Exam 2019: Question Paper Pattern
The duration of the preliminary examination of Officer Scale I will be 45-minutes, with two sections carrying 80 marks for 80 questions. There will be a total of 80 questions which will be dividing as of 40 questions of reasoning and 40 questions of quantitative aptitude. Candidates can give the exam either in Hindi or in English as per their preference. To secure the post, candidates need to qualify in both the tests by securing minimum cut-off marks. An adequate number of candidates in each category, depending upon requirements, will be shortlisted for the next stage of exam i.e. Online Main Examination.