IBPS declares RRB officer scale 1, 2 and 3 Mains result


NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 17: The results for the Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) officers scale 1, 2, 3 Mains examinations have been declared by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). Candidates, who appeared for the online examination held for recruitment to 3,312 vacancies on September 30, can check their result through the official website.

Steps to check IBPS RRB Mains result

Step 1- Candidates should visit the official website of IBPS.

Step 2- They should click on the notification for the IBPS RRB officer scale I, II, III call results.

Step 3- They are required to enter their registration number/roll number and date of birth along with the captcha code for verification. The results will be displayed on the screen.

Step 4- The candidates should download it and take its printout for future reference.

Selected candidates eligible for final interview

All the candidates, who are announced qualified through the result, will be eligible for the next stage of the selection procedure, which will be a final interview. To be considered selected to appear for the interview, the candidate has to secure a prescribed minimum score in each test of the online Main exam.

About Institute of Banking Personnel Selection

An autonomous body, IBPS was set up to offer assistance to organisations in domains like recruitment, selection, designing, placement, and development of the appropriate measurement tests/tools. It offers its services to SBI, Associate Banks of SBI, RBI, NABARD, SIDBI, public sector banks, few co-operative banks, Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) and insurance companies that are regular members of the IBPS society. It is governed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the Finance Ministry of India and National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM).

The major services of IBPS include project consultation and providing support in conducting exams for recruitment and promotion. It also helps organisations to recognise the higher cognitive skills of candidates. Moreover, IBPS trains the senior staff for developing their interviewing skills via specialised programmes.

IBPS conducts more than 450 exams annually through multiple sessions. As many as 1.09 crore candidates registered for different IBPS examinations during the year 2017-18.