October 16, 2016 12:04:51 am
The Institute of Banking Personnel and Selection (IBPS) is all set to conduct the first session of the CWE PO/MT VI preliminary recruitment exam on Sunday, October 16, 2016. The IBPS has released a list of instructions for the candidates which are listed below.
Exam dates: October 16, 22, 23 and 27.
Exam timings: The exam may be conducted in multiple shifts. Candidates need to note down their exam shift timings and dates before-hand in order to avoid confusion and last minute rush. The IBPS states that the exam will take place in four sessions on some of the days. Details of the venue, roll number and session timings will specified on the admit card of the candidates itself.
IBPS has declared that candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam enter 30 minutes after the reporting time.
Call letter: After candidates receive the call letter, they have to check their names on the call letter. Any mismatch in the two documents will not be tolerated and may lead to the candidate’s exam being cancelled. If this happens, you will not allowed to write your exam.
Verify the date and time of your exam on the call letter.
ID proofs: Candidates can carry the following ID proofs to the exam hall: Voter ID, passport, PAN card or aadhaar card as mentioned in the call letter.
Documents required: Candidates need to carry their photograph, mentioned document, call letter and other documents as specified in the call letter. Candidates should note that the ration card will not accepted as a document.
In case your name has been changed either due to marriage or due to other reasons, you need to carry with you a marriage certificate or document signed by a gazetted officer with you to the exam centre along with the other documents.
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