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IBPS RRB Clerk 2019 office assistant prelims result, latest update on date

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New Delhi, Sep 22: The IBPS RRB Clerk 2019 office assistant prelims result will be declared soon.

The same once released will be available on the official website.

IBPS RRB Clerk 2019 office assistant prelims result, latest update on date

It is now confirmed that the result would be declared in October. The prelims result would be declared only after the the IBPS RRB Office Assistant Exams conclude on September 29 2019. Candidates can expect the results in the first week of October.

Meanwhile the IBPS RRB PO Clerk Main exam pattern 2019 has been announced.

The exam will be conducted on October 13 for post of scale I offer. For the post of clerk or office assistants the exam will be held on October 20 2019. Those who clear the preliminary exam will be able to appear for the mains exam.

This year the IBPS will be conducted in the respective regional languages. Earlier it was only in Hindi and English.

IBPS PO Clerk Main Exam pattern 2019:

The exam will be of two hour duration with 200 questions comprising 200 marks. Both exams will be divided into 5 parts with each having 40 questions. The number of marks allowed to each section in the officer I scale and office assistant are varied.

For office assistant maximum of 50 marks will be allotted through reasoning and numerical ability. The minimum marks allotted to computer knowledge section is 30 marks and for general awareness and language ability it would be 40 marks each.

For the officer scale I, the maximum marks are given to reasoning and quantitative aptitude with 50 marks each. The least marks are for computer knowledge and it would be 20. The language ability and general awareness would comprise 40 marks each and each section would have 40 questions.

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