IBPS Clerk Admit Card 2019 Released for Prelims; Check Steps to Download Here

IBPS Clerk Admit Card 2019 Released for Prelims; Check Steps to Download Here
aayushi madavi | Nov 26, 2019 - 12:58 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, NOVEMBER 26: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the admit card of IBPS Clerk 2019 prelims exam online on November 26, 2019. Candidates can download IBPS Clerk admit card till December 8, 2019, by logging in using their registration/roll number and date of birth/password. Candidates can find their exam centre details like venue address, venue code, reporting time, etc. on IBPS Clerk 2019 admit card. IBPS Clerk prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted on December 7, 8, 14 and 15, 2019.

How to Download IBPS Clerk Admit Card 2019?

Follow the steps given below to download the admit card of IBPS Clerk -

Step 1: Go to the official website - ibps.in

Step 2: Click on ‘CRB Clerical’ on the left side of the page

Step 3: Now click on ‘Common Recruitment Process for Clerical Cadre IX’

Step 4: Click on the IBPS Clerk call letter link

Step 5: Enter your registration number and DOB in the login window that appears

Step 6: Your admit card will be displayed on the screen

Step 7: Download and print the admit card.

Along with IBPS Clerk admit card, candidates are required to carry a valid photo ID like Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Voter ID, Driving License, Employee ID, College/University ID, etc. Candidates who fail to do so will not be allowed to take the exam.

Candidates must check that all the details printed on the admit card are correct. If they find any discrepancies in IBPS Clerk admit card, they must contact the exam body as soon as possible and have them corrected well before the exam.

IBPS Helpline No. - 1800 222 366, 1800 103 4566.

IBPS Clerk recruitment examination is conducted annually for the recruitment of candidates in the clerical cadre of various participating banks. This year the exam is being conducted for a total of 12,075 vacancies.

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