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IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Exam Commence, read important guidelines

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The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) commenced the examination for the year 2020 on 5 December i.e., today. The examination that begun today is of a total duration of 60 minutes. However, candidates with disability will be granted 20 minutes extra for completing the examination. The official notice released by the Institute mentions that the clock regarding the time will be set at the server. There will be a countdown timer in the top right corner of the screen which will show the time that is remaining for the candidate to complete the examination. The examination will end on its own once the timer reaches to zero following which the candidate is not required to end or submit the examination.

While one examination was scheduled to be conducted by the Institute today, the exam will also be conducted on 12 December and 13 December, 2020. On the other hand, the results regarding the IBPS Clerk 2020 Preliminary examination is scheduled to be announced by the Institute on 31 December, 2020.

Following below are some important steps and guidelines regarding the IBPS Clerk 2020 examination that aspiring candidates must follow.

·         Candidates are suggested to carry their admit cards to the examination centre that has been allotted to them. Failing to carry a copy of the admit card will result in the candidate not being allowed to appear for the examination.

·         Mapping of candidate's 'Roll Number' and 'Lab Number' will not be displayed outside the examination centre. However, details regarding the same will be individually stated to the candidates during the time of the candidate's entry to the examination centre.

·         Candidates must not share their personal belongings or any material with anyone at the venue.

·         Candidates are mandatorily required to wear face masks all the time.

·         It is necessary for the candidate to have the AarogyaSetu App installed on their mobile phones. Besides, the app must display the candidate's risk factor as well.Candidates will be required to show the status on the app to the security guard before entering the examination centre. If any candidate, by any chance, does not have a smart mobile phone, he/ she will be required to carry a duly signed declaration to this effect and display it to the guard before entering the examination centre. The declaration will be provided to the candidates along with the Admit Card. Apart from this, candidate's whose app display a 'Moderate' or a 'High Risk' factor will not be allowed to enter the exam premises to appear for the examination.

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