How & When to download IBPS PO Admit Card?

How & When to download IBPS PO Admit Card?

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts the IBPS PO Bank Exam each year to recruit for numerous public banks. IBPS shortlists deserving candidates for the post of PO (Probationary Officer) for various nationalized banks listed under it. The recruitment is done through CWE (Common Written Examination.

If you are interested in this high paying and respectable Bank PO Exam, fill the application form on the IBPS official website before 28th August 2019.

IBPS PO Hall Ticket Important Dates

The IBPS Schedule for PO recruitment has been released by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection. The important Dates are:

  •  The IBPS PO Call Letter for Prelims will be released in October, 7-10 days before the Exam dates.
  • IBPS PO Preliminary Exam will be conducted on 12th, 13th, 19th & 20th October 2019.
  • The IBPS PO Mains Admit Card will be released on November 2019.

Click on the direct link to download your IBPS PO Admit Card for the Prelims exam which will be active once the Admit Card is released.

  1. Click on the link to download IBPS PO Hall Ticket for Prelims mentioned above.
  2. View the Exam date & Timings.
  3. Download the IBPS PO Call letter 2019.
  4. Cross-check all your information on the Admit Card.

Take at least 2-3 Print outs of the IBPS Call Letter for future reference.

What all is Mentioned on IBPS PO Admit Card?

It is essential to know what information is present on the Call Letter so you can crosscheck all details on your IBPS PO Hall Ticket. Expect the following details to be mentioned on the Admit Card.

  1. Name of the candidate
  2. Father’s Name
  3. Candidate’s Address
  4. Roll Number or Registration Number
  5. Date of Birth
  6. Exam Date & Time
  7. Exam Center Information
  8. Exam Center Reporting time
  9. Space for Candidate’s signature
  10. Instructions for the Exam

What Documents to carry to the Exam Center?

Along with the IBPS PO Hall Ticket, candidates must carry these documents to the Exam Center –

  • Voter’s Id card
  • Aadhar Card
  • Passport

IBPS PO Exam Day Instructions

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is strict when it comes to discipline at the exam center. Students are advised to complete proper IBPS PO Syllabus before going to exam center. Follow these exam day instructions when you are inside the exam center

Strictly Prohibited Items:

  • Pen drives or any kind of storage devices
  • Any kind of Bluetooth devices/chargers/microphone/pager/earphones etc
  • Books/handbags/caps etc.
  • Paper Chits
  • Mobile Phones/goggles/badge etc.
  • Calculator
  • Camera or any other electrical device

Avoid carrying these things: 

  • expensive jewelry like mangal sutra, earrings, brooch, etc. (Candidate’s own risk)
  • Any food item or eatables or drinks etc
  • Wrist Watches
  • Magazines
  • Gold items like chains, rings, bracelets, etc.

What is the Selection Process for IBPS PO?

Candidates have to go through these steps to be eligible for the Provisional Allotment in public banks.

  1. IBPS PO Preliminary Exam – This is a Qualifying Exam. The marks scored in the prelims exam is not considered in the final selection. It is conducted in 1 Hour and has 100 questions for 1 mark each.
  2. IBPS PO Mains Exam – The Mains Exam is conducted for 3 Hours & 30 Minutes & the maximum number of marks in mains is 225.
  3. Interview- Face to face Interview is the last step in the IBPS Bank PO Recruitment. Selected Candidates are given provisional allotment in one of the affiliated banks who will then provide the joining details and induction formalities.

*IBPS issues Call Letter separately for all 3 stages.

 211 Total Views,  2 Views Today


  1. Excellent post. Keep posting such kind of information on your page.
    Im really impressed by it.
    Hi there, You’ve performed a great job. I’ll certainly digg it and in my view suggest
    to my friends. I am confident they’ll be benefited from this website.

  2. Although ED is non an inevitable outcome of aging, at that place is a confirming correlation with eld.
    The prevalence of 5.1% in 20- to 39-year-onetime workforce increases to 70.2% in men 70 geezerhood of maturate and elderly.
    Because the etiology of ED often involves a combining of vascular, neurological, endocrinological,
    and psychological factors, the circumstance is not special to
    elderly hands. Other chance factors such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and smoke
    make been powerfully associated with an increased preponderance of ED

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.