IBPS Clerk Statewise vacancies announced : 39,692 Clerk Jobs for IBPS Qualifiers
Finally the wait comes to an End, as IBPS had announced the State-wise Vacancies for the IBPS CWE-2013 Clerk Qualifiers. Only Two Days ago, IBPS had announced the Clerk Interview Results 2013. If you haven't yet checked the Combined results of IBPS Clerk CWE, you can check it at the link below
IBPS Clerk CWE Interview Result 2013
Bumper Clerk Jobs for IBPS CWE Qualifiers
IBPS had announced a total of 39,692 vacancies for IBPS Qualifiers, among different states of India. Uttar Pradesh tops the list with 5402 vacancies.
Here is the State-wise List of vacancies for IBPS CWE Clerk Vacancies
What's Next ?
Students who have been declared as successful in the IBPS Clerk Combined Results (CWE and Written Exam) will now have to Fill their Preferences against these vacancies. The Online Registration for these vacancies will start from 15th April 2013 and the Last Date to mark the preferences is 22nd April, 2013.
Allotment in May: After getting the preferences from the Candidates,successful candidate will receive through a Computerized system at least one offer from one of the participating Banks. The allotment for Clerical jobs is expected to be completed by May, 2013.
The allotment of posts to candidates will be done on the Merit Basis and Preference basis. A candidate with high merit is sure to get the Clerical Job in his/her preferred bank.
The communication regarding the allotment of vacancies to successful candidates will be done through Email/SMS. However, candidates are advised in their own interest to check the IBPS Website regularly for up to date information.
Share your Marks !
Applicants who are successful in the Clerk CWE Combined Result 2013, are advsied in their own interest to share their marks and State in the Comments below.
Here is the Offcial Document, conating the List of vacancies advertsied by Participating Banks.
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