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IBPS PO/Management Trainee Main 2017: Admit Card for Nov 26 Exam released online

Monday November 13, 2017 9:12 PM , News Network

IBP PO/MT Main Admit Card

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) on Sunday released online Main Exam to recruit Probationary Officers (PO)/Management Trainees (CWE PO/MT-VII) in various public sector banks and other participating organisations.

How to download the PO /MT Main Exam Admit Cards.:

  • Click here to go to IBPS Admit Card download page
  • On the login page, enter your registration no and password
  • Enter the captcha code
  • Click on login button
  • Your admit card will be displayed on the screen
  • Take a printout and save it on your computer

The call letters for PO/MT-VII Main Exa, will be available till November 26. Download your call Letter before the closure date.

The IPBS CWE PO/MT-VII online Main exam for Probationary Officers (PO)/Management Trainees will be held on November 26.

The candidates who have passed the IBPS CWE PO/MT-VII Preliminary Exam are eligible for the IBPS CWE PO/MT-VII Main Exams. The Main Exam will be followed by interview which will be conducted in January/February 2018.

The results of the IBPS CWE PO/MT-VII Main Exam is expected in December, 2017.

IBPS is an autonomous body which is created to render assistance to organisations in areas such as personnel like recruitment, selection, placement, designing, and developing suitable measurement tools/tests.

IBPS provide its services to all Public Sector banks, SBI, Associate Banks of SBI, RBI, NABARD, SIDBI, few Co.op. Banks, LIC and Insurance companies which are regular members of the IBPS society.


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