IBPS Exam 2011 Online Registration Started

IBPS bank exam 2011 online registration for the upcoming Common Written Examination (CWE) has started. Candidates can now apply online at www.ibps.in,official website of IBPS.

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has invited online registration for the upcoming Common Written Examination (CWE). This exam is conducted for recruiting suitable candidates for 19 public sector banks. Those who are interested to make a career in banking can now apply online at www.ibps.in, the official website of IBPS. All details regarding the online registration are given the website.

There is an application form which cost Rs 350 for general and OBC candidates which those who belong to SC/ST and PWD category have to remit only Rs 50. Candidates are requested to apply online through www.ibps.in, between 25th August 2011 and 24th September 2011. As there will be a huge rush for online registration, it is advised to apply as early as possible. The examination is expected to be on 27th November 2011.

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IBPS bank exam 2011 online application form is available now at http://ibps.in/, official website of IBPS. This resource contains the information about the Common Written Examination which is being conducted by IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. The exam will be conducted for the selection of personnel for Clerical cadre posts in 19 Banks. The application has started on 25/8/2011.

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