IBPS Recruitment: Start Enrollments for faculty and Other Positions, Link to Application

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (Image: IBPS)

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (Image: IBPS)

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has applied online for various positions. Interested and suitable candidates can apply for assistant professors, faculty researchers, research officers, Hindi agents and other positions through the official IBPS website at ibps.in. The registration process started on October 1, 2021 and will end on October 14, 2021.

"Successful candidates will be appointed against the existing vacancies. However, a wait list would also be maintained to fill up need-based requirements, which will be valid till March 31, 2022", reads the official notice.

This recruitment campaign aims to fill the positions of assistant professor, university researcher, researcher, researcher, Hindi officer, computer engineer (data center), computer database administrator, software developer and tester (frontend, backend).
Selection process for assistant professors:

The selection is based on an online exam, an object writing exercise, group exercises and a face-to-face interview.

Selection procedure for academic staff and academic staff of the faculty:
The selection is based on an online exam, a skills test, a writing exercise and a personal interview.

Elective courses for IT engineers (data center), IT database administrators, software developers and testers (frontend, backend):

The selection is made on the basis of an online exam, a skills test and a personal interview.

Registration fees:
Applicants must pay 1,000 as an application fee.
Due to age limits and eligibility criteria, applicants are advised to go through the detailed notification once. https://www.ibps.in/wp-content/uploads/Advertisement_Various_Posts_OCT_2021.pdf



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