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January 03, 2016

No Interviews for IBPS Clerks

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Today, the Finance Ministry has asked Public Sector Banks (PSBs) to strengthen written examination for recruitment of clerical and sub-staff posts as there will be no interviews for such appointments. So, it's official now that there will be no interviews for upcoming IBPS and SBI Bank Clerks recruitment. But obviously, the difficulty level of Online Exam will be increased.

The decision to change the recruitment process follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi's directive that there was no need for holding interviews for lower level posts.
"PSBs may explore other alternatives to strengthen written examination such as by including psychometric tests, etc. to replace interview mechanism," the Department of Financial Services said in a communication to Chief Executives of all the 27 state-owned banks.

Modi had announced that from January 1, 2016 there would be no interviews for central government jobs in Class-III and IV categories. He had termed it as a "New Year Gift" to the youth and a major step to curb corruption.

Recently, the Department of Personnel and Training had said that skill test or physical test may continue as it is different from interview. "However, these tests will only be of qualifying nature.

One of the Public Sector Banks, the Bank of India (BOI) has already issued a notice about Discontinuation of Interviews in the Recruitment process of Clerical Cadre.

Check sources below.

Sources :
Article published by Economic times and NDTV
Thanks to  Kushal Hiremath for inputs

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